Natural World
arrow left arrow right
I got close to a heron and took a picture of it as it spread its wings in a creek on a cold day.
Italian Cafe in Baltimore
Colorful fall foliage reflected in the stream doubles the beauty to the observer.
The Yellow Bike - A Winter day in Charleston
I got close to a heron as it was feeding and managed to capture a shot of the fish it was eating midair in its mouth.
Walk along the Riverfront in Wilmington
As American as Cheese Cake
Floating down the river in Atlantis
Not So Coy - One curious fish
Standing above Alex
Walking home
Adult Bald Eagle leaving the nest after dropping off a fish dinner. Both Eaglets curiously watching the departure form. Camera used was a Canon EOS 60D with a 70mm-300mm Telephoto lens, AF in Sports A
The hills behind my home
Just follow the arrow. Before everyone traveled by highway and stayed at the closest hotel to the exit, there were motels. Often they were situated near a landmark or in the bigger towns.
Mother Swan and her signet. Oil painting on Canvas 18x24
Cooling off with friends.
Exercising you rights!
A young monk's respite.
Humpback Whales sighted while whale watching in Stellwagen Bank
Boy living in the Oaxaca City Dump. The shack was built from scavenged dump scraps, the roof has holes and there is no running water or electricity. He has few educational opportunities and faces nume
Boy living in the Oaxaca City Dump. The shack was built from scavenged dump scraps, the roof has holes and there is no running water or electricity. He has few educational opportunities and faces nume
Perla lives with her mother, father and two brothers in the Oaxaca City Dump. The family shares a single bed in their small one room dirt floored tin shack.  The shack was built from scavenged dump sc
Oaxaca City Dump

Sandras home is the Oaxaca City Dump. She is nineteen-years old and eight months pregnant with her first child. The house she lives in is a one room dirt floored tin shack which ha
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Adult Bald Eagle leaving the nest after dropping off a fish dinner. Both Eaglets curiously watching the departure form. Camera used was a Canon EOS 60D with a 70mm-300mm Telephoto lens, AF in Sports A

Adult Bald Eagle leaving the nest after dropping off a fish dinner. Both Eaglets curiously watching the departure form. Camera used was a Canon EOS 60D with a 70mm-300mm Telephoto lens, AF in Sports Action Mode 2.

photographer avatar
Fort Pierce, Florida, United States of America
Member since 2014
Photo Information
Copyright:
© Douglas Bond.
All rights reserved.
Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 03.2011
Filed Under: Natural World
Camera Information
Date Uploaded: April 16, 2011, 11:47 a.m.
Camera Make:
Camera Model: Canon EOS 60D
Focal Length: 300mm
Shutter Speed: 1/1600
Aperture: f5.6
ISO: ISO1250
Report This
SMITHSONIAN.COM COLLECTIONS