Posts tagged: Robin Loznak
On his Facebook page, Robin Loznak of Kellogg, Ore., offers this photo of a hummingbird this morning, titled: “Bugging Out.” Robin posts: “A female rufous hummingbird watches a small insect as she rests on a barbed wire fence this evening near our house.” You can see more of Robin's outdoor photography here.
Question: Do you have many hummingbirds in your yard?
On Election Day last week, outdoor photographer extraordinaire Robin Loznak of Kellogg, Ore., posted this photo on his Facebook wall of a last maple leaf in a Roseburg, Ore., park, entitled “Last Leaf.” You can see more of Robin's outdoor photography here. Meanwhile, leaf pickup in Coeur d'Alene begins tomorrow.
Question: Do you have your leaves raked into a row on the street?
On his Facebook wall, Robin Loznak of Kellogg, Ore., posts this comment: “A carnivorous yellow jacket wasp cuts a chunk of flesh from the discarded remains of a black tailed deer after it was shot by a hunter in a rural area near Roseburg, Ore., on Friday, Oct. 12. You can see more of Robin's outdoor photography here.
On his Facebook wall, Robin Loznak of Kellogg, Ore., offers this “Itsy Bitsy Spider” photo: “A small spider encounters a water drop as it walks along strand of electric fence wire on a rainy morning on Sunday in rural southwestern Oregon.” You can see more of Robin's outdoor photography here.
Since Cindy will be subbing for me midweek on next week, I thought I'd get a jump on her cat photos by posting this one from Oregon online bud Robin Loznak, who writes on his Facebook wall: “One of the cats killed a wild rabbit about half her size this morning. The chickens were very interested.”
Nature photographer extraordinaire Robin Loznak of Kellogg, Ore., posts this on his Facebook wall, with the note: “I found this little gem last night just as the last color was fading in the western sky.” You can see more of Robin's nature photography here.
In Roseberg, Ore., Robin Loznak, a talented photographer & occasional HucksOnline contributor, discovered that the old adage is correct. On his Facebook wall, he posts: “
As you know, professional photographer Robin Loznak traveled from his home in Roseburg, Ore., to photograph the Deep Horizon oil spill on the Gulf. I’ve been posting his photos at HucksOnline. You can see more of his terrific photos from the oil spill here and here. You can see a slide show of Robin’s photography from the oil spill, set to a Bear McCreary tune, here. You can find out more about Robin here.
Robin Loznak/Robin Loznak Photography snapped this photo and reports: “An endangered Kemps Ridley sea turtle, which was rescued after being found coated with oil from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, is treated at the Audubon Nature Institute’s Center for Research of Endangered Species in New Orleans on Thursday. Since the start of the oil spill the center has received 32 endangered live oiled sea turtles. Six dead turtles have been found and are currently undergoing testing to see if the oil spill caused their deaths.” More photos here. (Robin Loznak/robinloznak.com and Zuma Press)
As I mentioned here earlier this week, Robin Loznak and his camera are covering the devastation from the BP oil spill in the gulf. Here’s one of his photos. You can see others here. (Robin Loznak/robinloznak.com and Zuma Press/zumapress.com)
As some of you know from Facebook, my online photo buddy Robin Loznak took his cameras from Roseburg, Ore., to snapped pictures of the damage caused by the BP oil spill. Here is one example of his photography. Caption: “An oil soaked brown pelican waits to be cleaned at a state facility near Venice, LA on Tuesday.” You can see more of his photos of the destruction here. (Robin Loznak/robinloznak.com)
An American robin hunts earthworms after heavy rains in a park near Roseburg, Ore., earlier today. (Credit Image: © Robin Loznak/robinloznak.com) More Robin Loznak Photography here.
Question: Do worms make you squeamish?
OK, I asked my Facebook friends whether I should publish this superb roadkill shot by online buddy Robin Loznak of Roseburg, Ore. (and formerly w/the Great Falls, Tribune). They gave me the go-ahead and new Facebook friend Loznak posts that he has more dead animal shots. Here’s his cutline for the foto above: “A dead raccoon sprawls on the center stripe of Highway 138 near Sutherlin, Ore. on Wednesday, May 18, 2010. Merritt Clifton, editor of Animal People Newspaper, has estimated that the following animals are being killed by motor vehicles in the United States annually: 41 million squirrels, 26 million cats, 22 million rats, 19 million opossums, 15 million raccoons, 6 million dogs, and 350,000 deer.” (Credit Image: © Robin Loznak/robinloznak.com)
DFO: Only 2 responded to today’s raccoon cutline contest. But this raccoon got more attention. So I’m posting it in the usual spot for cutline winners at the end of the day.