Ellen Jennings lives in the South Carolina Lowcountry, USA and photographs the abundant wildlife and natural environment in her area. She has a knack for capturing a little ‘something special’ of the character of her subjects that keeps me hooked on her imagery!
Any information provided is what I’ve summarised from Ellen’s original blog-post. You’ll find more information, and in most cases more photos, if you follow the Link to the original blog-post.
** You can click on ANY image below to fast-link to Ellen’s large-size image **
Barred Owl, fledged owlet, peering down through the branches. Beidler Forest.
Link: Barred Owl Owlet | 19 May, 2018
Link: Pileated Woodpecker Feeding Fledgling | 27 May, 2018
To see the beautiful bright blue eye of the ibis click on the photo for enlarged version
Link: Juvenile White Ibis | 29 April, 2018
Turtle (Yellow-bellied Slider) on top of an Alligator … and reflected in the water.
Link: Turtles Extreme Posing | 25 January, 2017
The eye of a Great Blue Heron. What a great shot! – Liz
Link: I Spy … An Eye | 24 October, 2016
BONUS photo … You can’t beat all these ‘eyes’ !!! – Liz
Link: Strutting Peacock | 27 May, 2018
This is the sixth post in the series “Five Eyes”: to see the others click HERE
Selected and Arranged by Liz; Exploring Colour (2018)
– All Photos Taken by Ellen Jennings (and used here with permission) –