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Colorado Pronghorn

Pronghorn (Antilocapra americana)
Southern Colorado
Canon 7D w/ Canon 100-400mm lens @ 400mm
1/250 sec @ f5.6 iso 400
© G. Runco / Teklanika Photography 2017



Pronghorns are found throughout western and central North America. Although, they resemble Old World antelopes, they are not of the antelope species. They are their own separate species and are deer-like in appearance and have hooves. 70 more words


Friday Favorites: Roosevelt Elk and Other National Park Wildlife

One of my favorite parts about visiting National Parks is the opportunity to see wildlife up close in its natural habitat.

This video is of a Roosevelt Elk that blocked my path in Olympic National Park. 60 more words

National Parks

Driving the Sage Creek Rim Road Badlands National Park

After photographing early in the morning we headed back to Wall and had an early breakfast at Wall Drug. First place I’ve ever encountered that refused to make sunny side up eggs. 402 more words

Bird Photography

Me and Miss Sally

An excerpt from the novel Miss Sally (www.amazon.com/Miss-Sally-Sinners-That-Ignores-ebook/dp/B071HL6YMJ) intended for a media site that turned out to be no more than a vote-for-me fan page.  So it appears here instead. 1,087 more words

Robert Joe Stout

2017-09-16 Westbound; The Badlands of South Dakota...

We left the Ingalls homestead at about 8:00 am.  It was raining, and cold.  And windy. Really cold. About 45 degrees with a wind chill factor making it feel like, oh, I don’t know – maybe , like 5? 312 more words

2017 The Odyssey Part 3 - Westbound

Our Adventures through Grand Teton with EcoTour Adventures

Let me begin by saying that I am not a morning person.  But, what better way to get a vacation started than with a 5:00 A.M. 1,048 more words

Jackson Hole