Tag Archives: Birds


By Vladimir Brezina

On a Florida beach, different species stake out their respective territories with boundaries virtual—

Black skimmers on St. Pete Beach

or actual—

Still, invasion often occurs…

A monster approaches(Black skimmers on St. Pete Beach, Florida. Story and more photos here.)

A contribution to this week’s Photo Challenge, Boundaries.

We’re Back!

By Vladimir Brezina

We’re back from a trip to tropical Queensland, Australia—and, of course, processing a couple of thousand photos. Here’s a brief preview:

Saltwater crocodileJohna snorkeling on the Great Barrier ReefReef lifeIn the rain forestRain forest inhabitantLunch?CassowarySleepy koalaTame macropodsCrocodile feeding frenzy

Much more to come!

Beneath My Feet

By Vladimir Brezina

Giant bird tracks have appeared on the beach overnight—

Beneath My Feet

Probably just a big goose :-)

A contribution to this week’s Photo Challenge, Beneath Your Feet.

Close Up

By Vladimir Brezina

The eye, window to the soul—

Close UpThe never-sleeping eye of a gull, a predatory bird

A contribution to this week’s Photo Challenge, Close Up.


By Vladimir Brezina

Youngsters 1
Youngsters 2Youngsters 3From our 2011 kayak trip from Albany to NYC

A contribution to Ailsa’s travel-themed photo challenge, Youngsters.

Valentine’s Day Symmetry

By Vladimir Brezina

An oldie but goodie—

Happy Valentine's Day!

A second contribution to this week’s Photo Challenge, Symmetry (the first contribution was here).

And, of course, Happy Valentine’s Day!


By Vladimir Brezina

These birds have a great sense of translational symmetry

Symmetry 1Symmetry 2Symmetry 3Symmetry 4

A contribution to this week’s Photo Challenge, Symmetry. A second contribution is here.