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Nature photography mostly taken in Glacier National Park, Montana. One image of Lake Louise in Banff National Park. Includes many close up photographs of flowers and some animals.
Photography of animals and plants, mostly in North America and a few in Botswana. Many close up images of various animals in nature including birds, insects, and reptiles as well as some photographs of elephants.
Consists mainly of photographs of animals on a farm. Two images of a bonfire in New Hampshire on the Fourth of July. Some images of flowers, including flower arrangements at a flower show in Grand Central Palace, New York City (1951).
Detail photographs of North American flowers.
Field photographs of insects and their habitats and North American wilderness. Also includes images of flowers, snakes, frogs, mammals, and other animals, as well as scenes from U. S. national parks.
Two close up photographs of Elm flower buds.
Flowers photographed in nature. Includes tulips, azaleas, dandelions, field hawk weed, water lilies, mountain laurel, and morning glories.
Photographs of a Spanish woman in Portugal, a monument in Madrid, a post office in Madrid, and two close up images of flowers.
Photographs of various animals including ducks, flamingos, iguanas, snakes, a cat and a horse. Also includes close up images of flowers, sunsets, and one photograph taken from a helicopter with a view of New York City.
Contains close views of flowers as well as plants and flowers in nature.
- Flowers 10
- Insects 2
- Nature photography 2
- Animals 1
- Banff National Park (Alta.) 1
- Birds 1
- Birds -- North America 1
- Elephants -- Africa 1
- Flowers -- North America 1
- Glacier National Park (Mont.) 1
- Insects -- North America 1
- Livestock 1
- National parks and reserves -- United States 1
- North America 1
- Reptiles -- North America 1
- Travel photography 1 ∧ less
- American Museum of Natural History 6
- Foss, Glenn 1
- Fulton, Dorothy M. 1
- Gottscho, Samuel H. (Samuel Herman), 1875-1971 1
- Kaston, B. J. (Benjamin Julian), 1906-1985 1