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Noisy Miner, a bird of the honeyeater family-endemic to eastern Australia
Willetts, members of the sandpiper family, run from the waves on La Ropa Beach
Frosty Mountain in the background
Dancers perform on the main stage at the Oliver Sunshine Festival
Eagle
Rainbow Lorikeet, a parrot, unmistakable with its bright red beak and colourful plumage- eastern Australia
WestJet Magazine June 2015 Photo of the Month
A great catch in the Bella Bella, BC area
Marion is focused on the 'barrel' in Oliver, BC
Grizzly Country
Kangaroos rest in the shade of the gum trees at Lone Pine in Brisbane, AU
Painted Turtles basking in the sunshine along the Okanagan River
The cool water flows along the Skagit River Trailhead, BC
California Poppies
An early stroll on Playa La Ropa, Zihuatanejo, Mexico
Butterflies  feed on the nectar of butterfly bushes.
Pollen Overload
Passage of Time
Mr.Turtle is very comfy basking in the sunshine on the back of a cooperative croc
Shepherd in northern Spain
Pelicans en masse
Porter holds on tight to Grandma's finger
A baby turtle heads to the ocean on Playa La Ropa, Zihuatanejo, Mexico
A lady in her Spanish garden takes a moment to look at the work she has accomplished
A lone coyote in Manning Park, BC
A tree emerges from the rock in Red Rock Canyon, Nevada
Wait for me ... Playa Principal, Zihuatanejo, Guerrero, Mexico
Sweet P
Ants are enjoying an early breakfast
Chiquita in Papanoa,  Guerrero, Mexico
Egrets on Playa Principal, Zihuatanejo, Guerrero, medico
Martin has been weaving since he was 10-years-old, is a fourth generation of weavers from the Oaxaca region, whose designs are called Zapotec. Some of the themes are rain and mountains and everything is hand woven. Natural dyes from different plants are used to make  all the beautiful pieces on display in the store in Zihuatanejo, Guerrero, Mexico.
Pelican prepare to land on Playa Principal, Zihuatanejo, MX
King Oak is part of Ireland's largest surviving forest of native oaks
Baby sea turtles are released to the ocean Playa La Ropa, Zihuatanejo, Mexico
A commonplace method of transporting many people, Papanoa, Guerrero, Mexico
War Brides display in the Canadian War Museum, Ottawa, ON
A pelican, common to the beaches of Zihuatanejo, walks by a fishing boat
Orca Breaching featured in the 2015 Nature Canada calendar, April
The first lady bug in my garden
As the upright bud pod opens, it splits into five parts, curling back under the 5” pink spiky stamens.
Jess and Josh at Nk'Mip Cellars
A male iguana resides behind El Manglar, La Ropa Beach, Zihatanejo, MX
Yellow avalanche lilies are prolific on the Tikwalus Heritage Trail, BC
A young Justin Trudeau arrives at CFB Uplands with his father, Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, and one of his brothers.