The term "peacock" is commonly used to refer to birds of both sexes. Technically, only males are peacocks. Females are peahens, and together, they are called peafowl.
Suitable males may gather harems of several females, each of which will lay three to five eggs. In fact, wild peafowl often roost in forest trees and gather in groups called parties.
Definitely a little late on some of my fall flicks, as this was taken in November, at what is now one of my favorite hikes. I'm looking forward to visiting this spot again in peak spring. Who's ready to see more of this magical spot?
Sunrise this morning just about an hour outside Palm Springs, in the high desert of Joshua Tree national park.
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There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle. - Albert Einstein
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Photographing patterns in nature have always been a favorite subject for me. The difficulty usually lies in framing these patterns in a pleasing and interesting manner. Large expansive landscapes are typically easily photographed, but minute changes in composition often drastically affect intimate scenes. I had my tripod fully extended with the center column raised as high as it could go for this image. I really couldn’t see the LCD screen so I had to make numerous attempts before I got the framing and focus just right.
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Somewhere in Montana 🏞 // 📸: Nikon D500. Hit me up with any trails that are worth hiking, I need some more compositions 🙌🏾.
Hey y'alls🌙 - hangin out in the Pacific Northwest during the winter right now has me totally questioning my sleep schedule and my relationship with time in itself. 😅
Enjoy this beautiful mesa sunset I experienced over around the four corners area a month or so back. Still thoroughly convinced that the SW landscape is packed with intergalactic spaceships, especially at sunset. Can anyone maybe see what I'm talking about in this shot? 👽🌄🌵
Life is precious and today, across the globe, we were reminded of that.
So here’s a gentle reminder to stop living for the future and start living for the now because we can’t change the past, and we can’t predict the future, so we must enjoy the present.