Dr. Logan King, Equine Veterinarian, and I are long time college friends. — which is surprising considering I forgot his name the first three, maybe four, times we met. Luckily I redeemed myself by remembering every other fact about him. He’s valedictorian of his high school, pre-vet, loves grindcore. …I even remembered the layout of […]
Fun with anthropomorphism at the Maryland Zoo.
The world is funny, isn’t it? Or at lest that how it seems to me. …but then again, I’m the guy who laughs too much during movies. This is the second installment of my Best Runts of 2010. The first is here. Can I first start by saying I can’t stand lifestyle images. You know what […]
Learning how to groom a lamb is part of the curriculum of the 2005 Baltimore County 4-H Lamb Grant Project. Lisa Wheeler, project leader from Whitehall, right, supervises Juliana Buckman while she trims a lamb’s hoof Wednesday June 22, 2005 at Green’s Lamb farm in Whitehall. The 10am Update is a (somewhat) regular blog feature […]
A super costume wins the costume contest for Como, 3, during the Columbia Association’s first Welcome Event of the year, Dog Day Afternoon held at Hopewell Park in Columbia Saturday, April 17, 2010. Como, a rescue boxer, was shown by his owner Jody Stacoffe, from Elkridge. I was not excited about the high noon sun […]
A fox family member sits by the Owings Mills 7-Eleven it frequents on a regular basis I made these images back in 2004, when I was an intern at the Patuxent Publishing Co. I was filling up my car with gas after an assignment, and I looked over and saw a fox. I looked around […]
“This house is like Jerassic Park North,” kids Gordon Hyssong, a 65 year old self-proclaimed herpetologist who shares his Parkville home with almost 40 reptiles, a fish tank full of hissing cockroaches and an ornery parrot names Caesar. This guy was intense! I met him back in November, 2004, while I was an intern at […]
This is from December, 2008. Jess drew the heart, and our upstairs neighbor’s dog, Josh, was looking to make some yellow snow. I just got my new full-frame D700 and I was making as many night photos as possible. The drawback — which doesn’t really bother me in this image — is that all my […]
Branches protrude form the frozen waters of Lake Kittamaqundi during the preliminary snowfall Friday, February 5, 2010. Lake Kittylitter is what my old boss Tenney Mason would call Columbia, MD’s Lake Kittamaqundi. …because, lets be honest, it’s a
“Neighbor Cats” paw prints, Thursday, December 31, 2009. As a rule I don’t like cats. …mostly because they make it hard for me to breathe. Admittedly, I enjoy watching cats from a far. And my favorite kind of cat is ferrel. They keep the mice away. We’ve got a family of 4-6 cats living in […]
We have these ferrel cats that live in our alley. I’m allergic to cats, and because of that I’ve made up a rule: I don’t like them. …but I make an exception with these guys. They keep the rats away and they don’t rub on me. What’s not to like? There’ll be more photos of […]
during Camp Bow Wow’s Cupids and Canines doggy adopt-a-thon Saturday, February 14, 2009.
…at the Patapsco Valley State Park Department of Natural Resources “Scales and Tales” display at the Clark’s Elioak Farm Saturday, October 10, 2009. None of the animals are named because the park rangers and naturalists want to impress that the animals are wild and tagging a name might impress the idea that these animals could […]
My good friend Nick Borkowicz found the love of his life,
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Pouya and I rescued a toy poodle from the treachery
There are a bunch more photos from my trip to Atlanta below the fold…
Pat van den Beemt’s dog begging to be let outside Saturday, May 16, 2009.