Photo Finish – Animal Magnetism!

No one on Earth radiates animal magnetism like animals do! From pigeons to sea otters, wild animals can be charming, cute, funny, and even cuddly…from a distance. Maintaining a respectful distance (while using a good zoom lens) allows you to get to know these creatures while ensuring your safety. Here’s a look at a few of the great wildlife shots I got over the past two years.

Banyan trees and birds abound in Kapiolani Park. Honolulu, Hawaii. (Nathanael Miller. 20 April 2018)

Bison enjoying an evening meal. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. (Nathanael Miller, 23 August 2018)
A sea otter takes a break on a local dock. Port Townsend, Washington. (Nathanael Miller, 01 September 2018)

Black tail deer. Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. (Nathanael Miller, 19 September 2018)
Chipmunks are common in the Pacific Northwest. Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. (Nathanael Miller, 19 September 2018)
Is it a submarine? Nope, just a marmot cruising through the grass. Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. (Nathanael Miller, 19 September 2018)
Bald eagle on a light post. Seward, Alaska. (Nathanael Miller, 5 Oct. 2018)
I’m not sure, but I think this Moose might be having a snack before going to catch her flight. Anchorage, Alaska. (Nathanael Miller, 7 Oct. 2018)

And a bonus image to leave you on a note of laughter: even a deer needs to scratch an itch once in a while!

Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. (Nathanael Miller, 19 September 2018)e, Washington. (Nathanael Miller, 19 September 2018)

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