NANPA Weekly Wow

A red fox (Vulpes vulpes) stops for a portrait in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming © Dawn Wilson

A red fox (Vulpes vulpes) stops for a portrait in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming © Dawn Wilson

Each week www.nanpa.org highlights 7 images from the top 100 submissions of the NANPA Showcase competition. This week’s images are by:

Ernesto Sanchez-Proal – “Humpback whale back to water after colossal jump, Punta Mita, State of Jalisco, Mexico”

Charles Needle – “Dahlia close-up, Canby, OR”

Sandra Zelasko – “An active yellow-headed black bird among reeds., Yellowstone NP, WY”

Jim Brown – “Ice forming along creek as winter comes, Alaska Turnagain Arm”

Paul Marcellini – “Mangrove and Milky Way, Florida Keys”

Diana Rebman – “Backlit sparring bears, Churchill, Manitoba, Canada”

Dawn Wilson – “Red Fox, Grand Teton National Park”

 

  • Male Red Winged Blackbird stakes out his territory, singing on a crispy spring morning. , Alexandria Virginia (Category: Birds)
    © Stan Bysshe
  • 'Taking Flight' is an art image showing the sandhill crane wing and leg positions as it becomes airborne., Bosque del Apache NWR San Antonio, NM (Category: Altered Reality)
    © Bob Coates
  • Burrowing owl catching a figeater beetle, Ontario, California, USA (Category: Birds)
    © Sha Lu
  • Flamboyant, Kirkjufell Mountain, Iceland (Category: Scapes)
    © Vandana Bajikar
  • This smashing mantis shrimp is holding tightly to its ribbon of eggs while darting through coral crevasses. It must be hard to keep this growing mother lode together., Anilao, Philippines (Category: Macro/Micro/All Other)
    © Sharon Wada
  • Jaguar, Panthera Onca, female having a walk with her cubs, Mato Grosso, Pantanal, Brazil (Category: Mammals)
    © Pablo Cersosimo
  • Green Lynx Spider, Lake Draper Oklahoma City, Ok (Category: Macro/Micro/All Other)
    © Duane Angles

 

The NANPA 2017 Showcase Competition Opens August 1, 2016. Enter your winning image.

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