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Dewy cherry blossoms 4/12/14 Flickr - Photo Sharing!

▶ Photo Ark: Joel Sartore at TEDxMidwest - YouTube (19:54)

Photographer & Conservationist, Art Wolfe, speaks with host Fanny Kiefer about his color photographs of wildlife, nature and cultures. (14:54)

Art Wolfe - one of my favorite photographers

Video attached of interview with Joel Sartore, Nat Geo photographer - When asked what is the most dangerous animal, he responds "people" (I love him!)

A Monarch Butterfly lifts off from a patch of seaside goldenrod on Goose Island, VA, during its fall migration to Mexico. (Copyright: David Harp © 2011)

This killer whale was pictured attacking a bottlenose dolphin off the Mexican coast. Photographer Christopher Swann captured the extraordinary scene.

Female mallard defends her nest against blue heron. (You go momma mallard. That heron needs to stick with a fish diet.)

A photo-booth shot of John and Jacqueline Kennedy while they were dating. John was known to carry the strip, from which this photograph belonged, in his wallet.

Painted Lady Butterfly just emerged from chrysalis by David and Carol Kelly

"Miner" Bee with pollen head lamp

Making a splash! by bigcatphotos UK, via 500px

"Jabulani the elephant greeting his caretaker" photo by Paula Durham September 2011, Kapama private game reserve, South Africa.

Meerkat - Many Means: Amazing WildLife Photography

Restoring Dioramas (Credit: © American Museum of Natural History, D. Finnin

Sumatran Tiger - This animal is one of fewer than 400-500 wild, critically endangered Sumatran Tigers . Steve Winter (US) was the winner of the Wildlife Photojournalist Award. He set up an auto-trap camera to catch this shot.

"Grizzly Bear fishing" by Andy Rouse,

Under-water photography by David Doubilet (additional photos attached)

Photography by Art Wolfe