Hiked out 11 miles total to get here this time of year and it was worth it. Blessed to call this talented ninja @cassheridan a friend and have him join me on adventures. 🤟🏻 off to New Zealand today. Let’s get it 🏔
Got to meet the lovely @thedrpol and his just as lovely wife Diane after we got off our shared flight back home from Cancun. I didn’t want to go up to him because I know he must get bothered a lot but he and his wife were so genuine and were happy to take pics with us! #theincredibledrpol#nationalgeographic#wonderfulpeople
When my grandmother passed away last year, I inherited her collection of National Geographic Magazines, the earliest one is from 1922!! Stepping back in time to adventuring down the west coast of Mexico. Photos by staff photographer Clifton Adams.
#nationalgeographic #1922 #cliftonadams#mexico#documentaryphotography
Day 47. 100 Days of stitched paper nests and birds. The Great Crested Flycatcher. These tree-top dwellers, as their name suggests, eat insects. They also eat fruit, regurgitating pits several at a time. They mate in pairs, and often reestablish the same pairing two or more consecutive years, utilizing the same nesting cavity.