My wife's dog, ready to fetch.
Hailey with Barn
Hailey is excited
The iridescent gorget of a ruby throated hummingbird.
A feather from the gorget of a ruby throated hummingbird lit from three different angles. Structural iridescence changes in color with different illumination angles; in this case from yellow to orange to red.
Juvenile Zebra Lionfish (Dendrochirus zebra)
Captured at Lizard Island, Australia
Juvenile Butterflyfish (Chaetodon plebeius)
A little guy that rode the salt water system into the research station. He landed in a mantis shrimp tank, but luckily he was too small to be devoured.
The Berlin Specimin
Archaeopteryx: Probably the most famous fossil in the world. Found around the time of the publication of Darwin's 'Origin', Archaeopteryx is a classic example of a transitional fossil: In this case between theropod dinosaurs and birds.
Charlie in the Snow
My dog enjoying the sun and snow in southern Sweden.
Geko from Lizard Island
A small lizard on Lizard Ialsnd, AU
I hammerhead shark at the Coconut Island research station in Hawaii.
Cormorant doing cormorant things 1
Double-crested cormorant, P. auritus, At Carrie Bow Cay Research Station in Belize.
Cormorant doing cormorant things 2
Cormorant doing cormorant things 3
Skunk Clown Fish (Amphiprion perideraion)
Skunk clown fish on their anemone at Entance Bommie at Lizard Island, Australia.
All photographs copyright Michael Bok