A Photo Celebration of Nature
Steve Meyer came upon this scene at The Nature Conservancy's Baxter Hollow Nature Preserve on a rainy day while the last mist was still hanging in the valley.
Kneeling in a Hartford garden while taking pictures of flowers put Judy Pannozo right at eye level with this charming Cope's gray tree frog perched on a peony.
Breaks in the clouds after a day of severe weather gave photographer Rob Wiener the lighting he needed to capture this striking scene along the shore of Lake Superior near Cornucopia, Wisconsin.
The forest floor is just as scenic as any Wisconsin landscape, as Samantha Pearson discovered while spending time in the woods with her husband in Bayfield County.
Michael Knapstein waited patiently for this sandhill crane to return to Tiedeman Pond in Middleton to feed just before sunset on a lovely summer evening.
The glass-like surface of this pond in Middleton gave Michael Knapstein the perfect setting to capture this turtle relaxing on a partially submerged log.
Richard Glaser was shooting the sunrise over Lake Michigan on Milwaukee's lakefront with his wife when she stepped unsuspectingly into the stream of light.
While kayaking on Upper Gresham Lake near Boulder Junction, the hungry cries of nearby eaglets alerted Gay Van Pelt to this majestic eagle overhead.
Michael Knapstein came across this dramatically-lit farmhouse outside Stoughton just before an afternoon storm.
Sunset calls this sandhill crane back to Tiedeman Pond in Middleton each night, giving photographer Michael Knapstein ample opportunity to capture its beauty.
While its parents were hunting for food, Bonnie DeLap snapped this adorable fox cub near Lake Michigan in the Racine area.
Balancing on a log over the stream, Steve Meyer positioned his camera right at the water's surface to capture this peaceful post-rainfall image at Honey Creek.