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As a surveyor my job often takes me to places where nature is in control. Taking the road less traveled usually makes all the difference.

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Brian38 Red-crested Korhaan
Red-crested Korhaan commented on by Brian38 Kunene Region, Namibiaan hour ago

Awesome spotting, Zlatan!

Brian38 Koppie foam grasshopper
Koppie foam grasshopper commented on by Brian38 Okhahlamba Local Municipality, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa5 days ago

Beautiful grasshopper Diego! I wonder if the toxins it carries will deter predators?

Brian38 Gray Hairstreak
Gray Hairstreak commented on by Brian38 Washington, USA5 days ago

Thank you, Neil. Sorry for just getting back to you.

Brian38 Red-breasted merganser
Red-breasted merganser commented on by Brian38 Port Townsend, Washington, USA5 days ago

Haha. Thanks, Neil. I find this species hard to get a good picture of because they are always in either choppy or moving water or both.

Brian38 Spotting
Spotting commented on by Brian38 São Mateus, Espírito Santo, Brazil6 days ago


Brian38 Blunthead Tree Snake
Blunthead Tree Snake commented on by Brian38 Provincia Puntarenas, Costa Ricaa week ago

Congratulations, Jessie Aguilar. This is such a well-deserving SOTW!

Brian38 Alpine Smelowskia
Alpine Smelowskia commented on by Brian38 Washington, USA2 weeks ago

Thank you for the nomination, Ashley.

Brian38 Speckled Longfin Eel
Speckled Longfin Eel commented on by Brian38 Brisbane, Queensland, Australia2 weeks ago

Congratulations Neil! Awesome spotting!

Brian38 Bargibanti Pygmy Seahorse
Bargibanti Pygmy Seahorse commented on by Brian38 Cebu, Philippines2 weeks ago

Congratulations Albert! Incredible spotting!

Brian38 Purple shore crab
Purple shore crab commented on by Brian38 Port Townsend, Washington, USA2 weeks ago

Thanks for your kind comments Neil and Saturniidae27. It's amazing what molted colors and markings can do for camoflauging.