Ronald Losure's photos

Happy birthday, Asker Garip

01 Jul 2012 11 10 28
This photo was taken when he was a puppy in 2012.

Sunrise on very thin ice

Branco enjoying the snow

Eastern bluebird (Sialia sialis)

10 Jan 2021 11 15 34
Eating Nandina berries

Snow at the pond

Our first snow storm in many years

Branco in the snow

11 Jan 2021 7 6 16
Branco is happy at ipernity's return.

Barred owl

08 Nov 2016 16 21 99
Strix varia. No blue jays or crows this morning, so it can pose for the photographer. Originally posted 10 November 2016.

Cementario de Usulután

20 May 2010 9 8 131
On November 1 & 2, Día de los Inocentes and Día de los Muertos are celebrated. Families spend the night and eat a meal on the tombs of their dead relatives. So, the cemetery really becomes a town. Originally posted 30 October 2016.

Hermit thrush

15 Nov 2014 15 18 139
Catharus guttatus Do you have any idea how difficult it is to take a photo with your left hand? Originally posted on 27 January 2015.

Groove-billed ani

26 Sep 2014 15 18 125
Crotophaga sulcirostris Photographed in El Salvador. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crotophaga_sulcirostris Originally posted 27 January 2015

American wigeons (front), some other ducks (rear)

28 Dec 2016 17 14 139
Originally posted 1 January 2017.

Ngauruhoe

11 Apr 2002 17 12 152
Ngauruhoe is an active volcano, but not on this day. Originally posted on ipernity 26 November 2016.

Eastern collared lizard

06 Jun 2012 24 21 258
Crotaphytus collaris This photo was taken very near the Arizona meteor crater. I'm not sure why it is called the eastern collared lizard; it seemed quite western to me. Originally posted 28 November 2016.

Common sagebrush lizard

06 Jun 2012 14 12 139
Sceloporus graciosus Somewhere in northern Arizona. Originally posted 29 November 2016

Kiss me under the little pine tree

19 Nov 2016 16 12 136
Bignonia capreolata flowers Originally posted on 19 November 2016.

Sandhill cranes and assorted ducks

25 Jan 2014 19 14 139
This photo was taken at Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge in northern Alabama. Thousands (maybe tens of thousands) of waterfowl come here in the winter. There are usually a few of the very rare whooping cranes, although I don't see any in this photo. I doubt I will go there this winter (2020). Originally posted 27 January 2015.

1952 photos in total