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I am a part-time nature photographer and full-time scientist studying insect flight dynamics.
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Floris van Breugel
Two guanacos (Lama guanicoe) pose in front of the Cuernos del Paine in Chile's Torres del Paine National Park.
3 months ago | 1 Cool | Oops | 11 Comment
Nicole Barge Quelle jolie scène!
3 months ago
Georges Deparis Superbe
2 months ago
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Claws of Winter
Ice crystals up to 12 inches long form along a small creek in a remote valley of the Brooks Range of Alaska, in the Gates of the Arctic National Park.
3 months ago | 2 Cool | Oops | 6 Comment
Floris van Breugel Thanks folks, I appreciate the kind words!
3 months ago
Nicole Barge De toute beauté!
3 months ago
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Breccia Mosaic
Small fragments of rock embedded in a crystalline matrix (a breccia) become exposed and polished after eons of erosion in one of the many canyons in Death Valley National Park.
3 months ago | Cool | Oops | 4 Comment
Nicole Barge Une belle abstraction colorée et naturelle qui vaut bien les tesselles de Ravenne. Bravo!
3 months ago
Martin Schmidt Absolutly fantastic....
LG Martin
4 weeks ago
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Ponderosa Spring
In spring, the Arrowleaf Balsamroot flowers burst into bloom across the hills of Eastern Washington. While they normally prefer open sunlight, occasionally the Ponderosa forests are open enough that t
12 months ago | 2 Cool | Oops | 4 Comment
Floris van Breugel Thanks Jackson, I wasn't sure how this one would go over, but I keep coming back to it myself for the same reasons you mention. Glad it has a similar effect on you!
12 months ago
Freddy Schaeffer Une ambiance très sympathique. Bravo Floris !
8 months ago
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Wild for Light
Wind blown wild flowers and scrub oak trees soak in the final rays of sunlight high up on the ridges of the Columbia River Gorge in Washington.
12 months ago | 1 Cool | Oops | 4 Comment
Harry Lichtman Different take on this location, and a refreshing view. The barren trees are a nice contrast to the lush flowers. Great depth with the layers of shadow between the flowers.
12 months ago
Floris van Breugel Thanks Eddy and Harry! I've really come to love backlit scenes, and having picked up the new sony a7r makes processing this kind of light a breeze (relatively speaking).
12 months ago
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Peace and Quiet
A field of lupine flowers overlooks the Columbia River Gorge in spring time.
12 months ago | Cool | Oops | Comment
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Cascade Spire
A lone rocky spire stands proudly over the cascade foothills in Eastern Washington.
12 months ago | Cool | Oops | 3 Comment
Floris van Breugel Thanks for sharing your thoughts Daniel, I'm glad you "get it"!
12 months ago
Robert Maric my friend. you have some really original images...
11 months ago
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A Pronghorn (Antilocapra americana, aka antelope), the second-fastest land mammal in the world, in a heavy winter snowstorm in Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park.
12 months ago | 3 Cool | Oops | 4 Comment
Andrew George Wonderful!
12 months ago
Michel dOultremont top
12 months ago
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Basalt Galaxy
Swirls of eroded basalt abstractly resemble a spiral galaxy. I found this formation in southern Idaho, an area known for its fascinating geology.
12 months ago | 1 Cool | Oops | 7 Comment
Floris van Breugel Thanks folks!

Scotty - somewhere north of Twin Falls, lots of cool stuff around there!
12 months ago
Gaetano Pimazzoni Wonderful details! Really it looks like an eye!
3 months ago
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Paradise Canyon
Deep in the Selva el Ocote are magical waterfalls, sunny beaches, and warm rivers: a truely divine paradise. I can't wait to go back!
12 months ago | 2 Cool | Oops | 2 Comment
victorino diaz fernandez Excelente. Bonita luz y colores. Saludos, Victor
12 months ago
Bruno Poums Nice picture !
12 months ago