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Neeraja Sharma
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This mother rabbit steps in and fights against a snake in order to defend her babies. You have to see this video!

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Good morning! Don't allow fear to keep us in a place of discomfort or to stay in the same place to avoid discomfort! 

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Thank you for your support

We started selling eBooks in late 2010...and sometime in early 2014 we passed a significant milestone. We have over 10,000 unique customers for our product from around the world.

What's next? It is time to give back to the community. Stay tuned for more info at:

We are also in various stages of production on FREE Blog posts on Visual Wilderness, eBooks, Video Courses and Workshop in coming years. 
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Early Mornings -- Washington DC

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Cows in Paradise
Waldron Conservation Area, Alberta, Canada

This shot commissioned by +Nature Conservancy of Canada was one of my favourite moments. A pretty violent thunderstorm was sweeping through as I sought shelter for me and my camera gear. I had previously frightened some cows (by accident) and was looking for a lake I had seen on google earth. Finally I found it and the cows were not happy to see me again. Although this time they realized I wasn't chasing them, and probably noticed I was behaving strangely. Because of this, many of them stuck around to see what I was going to do next. I was sticking around because I was expecting a spectacular sunset, I was not disappointed.

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As sunset was imminent, I knew that I had to be in a good spot for it. Having a tour of the land by local biologists and land owners I knew where a lot of good stuff was, but I could have ignored a lot of that advice. During sunset I wanted something else to add to the image, and reflections in water can give a photo an incredibly heavenly feel. Therefore I ended up on google earth looking for lakes. This seasonal pond was luckily quite full and in the perfect viewpoint for what I was trying to achieve: sunsets, prairies and mountains and hopefully some cows too. My camera is hovering about an inch above the surface of the water, causing the grass and moss growing on the pond surface to blur out and creating a surreal symmetry that most people aren't used to. It takes a bit of effort and trust, especially since I was basically mucking around in mud and cow feces, but it's all worth it!

If you like this, don't forget to check out the horseback expeditions that I'm teaming up with +Wayne Sawchuk on!

For #thirstythursday  curated by +Mark Esguerra and +Giuseppe Basile 
#alberta   #canadaphotography   #canada   #cows   #moo   #conservation   #thenatureconservancy   #googleearth   #horsebackridingvacations  

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Gateway To The Storm

Through standing stones
Of times long gone
The storms still rage
To greet the solitude upon the hills
And we stand within the gateway
Built by forefathers long since past
Do we see what they see?
Do we feel what they felt?
Is the myth and magic still within our souls?
At the gateway to the storm
We become alive again
Wrapped within the myth
Carried upon the magic
We still see
We still feel

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