Really quite a stunning photo of this beautiful Variegated Fritillary. Just a beautiful shot.
A lovely shot of this leopard in the grass...I think it is one of the nicest shots I have seen, really. The colors of the grass and how well they blend with the coat on this leopard is quite remarkable. Really very nicely captured by you here. Just wonderful.
Really quite a spectacular shot here of this lovley bird. You've captured the vibrant colors so beautifully...and a great pose, too...with open wings. Very nicely done by you...and not so easy, too!
A beautiful little bird here...this Blue Dacnis...just wonderfully captured by you. The vivid turquoise blue with black highlights is just a stunning combination. Very nicely done here by you.
A beautiful shot here of this cheetah...almost like a Donald Grant painting. A wonderful capture by you...and this one has a very interesting markings on the face...had to close up...and it looks like some indentation in the fur above the mouth going across. Really very nicely done.
A stunning photo of this little leafhopper...just amazing colors and clarity. Your photo gives the impression as if this Blue Striped Leafhopper is made of glass. Really very nicely done.
A wonderful photo here of this magnificent big bull...with beautiful dark coloration, too. It is a bit unusual for him to be in this position, but interestingly, it gives him a more powerful look...with a huge neck showing. Very nicely done here.
A beautiful sunrise capture here on the Grand Tetons...really quite stunning on this late May morning. A really amazing area with so much to explore, too. Very nicely done.
Stunning, stunning capture of this amazing Malchite Sunbird...my goodness. The colors here...are maybe the prettiest and most vivid of any photo I have seen on TrekNature. The background is a perfect blend for the amazing colors on this little guy. I think it really deserves much more, because this is very nicely done.
Wonderful shot here of this magnificent bull Wildebeest. I just really like the way you've captured him by himself...with the mane standing up the way it is. The little Springbok (I believe), off in the distance add a nice background touch. Very nicely done.