A blatant excuse to try and use my photography to draw people towards my website. I end up using my photos for various parts of Rahaman Writing's images/backgrounds, among other things.

Here are my best shots in as high resolution as I can upload them!

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Eastern Chipmunk 

Tamia striatus 

#1 

Eastern Chipmunk 

Tamia striatus 

#2 

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Common Grackle 

Quiscalus quiscula 

Through Campfire Smoke 

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Common Raven 

Corvus corax 

Above My Tent 

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A Few Trees

Northern Blue Jay 

Cyanocitta cristata bromia 

Woods of Ontario 

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Red-legged Grasshopper 

Melanoplus femurrubrum 

On a Rock by a Creek 

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Seven-spotted Lady Beetle 

Coccinella septempunctata 

Hunting an Aphid 

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Female Autumn Meadowhawk 

Sympetrum vicinum 

Briefly Resting 

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Northern Leopard Frog 

Rana pipiens 

Hidden from Most 

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