Images in black and white are rendered classic.
A Short-eared Owl sits beneath the silvery moon.
A Common Raven calls from basaltic cliffs high above the Columbia River in Washington State.
Mountain Goats traverse the steep terrain of Burroughs Mountain on Mount Rainier.
A female Sooty Grouse gazes from an alpine perch on Mount Rainier. Photo coloration is reminiscent of old English Ironstone game bird patterns.
A female Black Bear known as Cinnamon Bear walks the Wonderland Trail on Mount Rainier.
A Bald Eagle strikes a classic pose near the Nooksack River in the Pacific Northwest.
Given the probable extinction of the Ivory-billed Woodpecker, the magnificent Pileated Woodpecker is the largest woodpecker in North America.
A Ring-billed Gull hovers over an outgoing tide looking for fish.
A harmonious picture in the darkness of dusk as a Short-eared Owl sits among stark branches. Note the short "horns" of this type of owl that are simply tufts of feathers.
With Mount Baker as a backdrop, a short-eared owl surveys the land below for prey.
A juvenile Cooper's Hawk scans for prey from a Willow Tree.
A vertical portrait of the juvenile Cooper's Hawk showing its beautiful head profile.
Canada Goose parents with four young goslings make their way across wetlands at Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge.