Collecting pollen for little larvae
Browsing branches in High Desert landscapes
Eyeing potential prey, gliding overhead
Standing still along a winding river
Balancing among blossoms, calling in spring
Wading and waiting for a distant flock
Grazing grass in an alpine meadow
Alone, yet part of a greater herd
17 thoughts on “Solitary Moments in Nature: LAPC”
Thank you! 🙂
Loved your take on this week’s LAPC. Lovely post.
Oh, these are beautiful photos! I love them!
Thanks so much, Lisa!
A lovely take on – animals are often alone in their daily chores, and you have captured them well!
Thank you, Ann-Christine! Yes, animals are often seen alone, waiting to be photographed.
Enjoyed the solitary moments and beautiful shots!🙂
Thank you! 😁
Yes, Donna. All the critters pictured were at rest and tranquil. 🙂
A very creative approach this week Siobhan. Loved these beautiful creatures in their solitary states. My favorite for the week is the bird eyeing its prey. Hawk??
Thanks, Tina! That was an immature Cooper’s Hawk. I just looked outside and my “pet” adult Cooper’s Hawk is perching on the same tree. It’s a popular spot!
Excellent photos and artsy flow with ovals and soft frames
Thanks! I had fun trying out different frames.