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June 15th, 2015

Photo of the Day by Rick Furmanek

Posted By Ashley Myers-Turner
'Summer Rains' by Rick Furmanek
Today’s Photo of the Day comes from Rick Furmanek. “Ventured out last evening to an area relatively unexplored with my camera – Pinal Peak just southwest of Globe, AZ. The panoramic views of the Sonoran desert below provided a nice opportunity to frame the encroaching weather,” says Furmanek. Photo of the Day is chosen from …
May 20th, 2014

Photo Of The Day by Kathleen Wasselle Croft

Posted By Christopher Robinson
Wildflower Sunset by Kathleen Wasselle Croft
Kathleen Wasselle Croft’s Wildflower Sunset epitomizes the wildflower season. In this area, the San Francisco Peaks of Northern Arizona, wildflower season is in the summer, rather than springtime.
July 2nd, 2013

Behind The Shot: ‘Ocotillo under the Milky Way’ by Russ Bishop – Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, California

Posted By David Alexander Willis
Ocotillo under the Milky Way, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, California, Night Exposure, Stars, twilight, summer
Anza-Borrego in southern California is one of my favorite desert locations for its vast wilderness feeling. Just a short distance from Palm Springs, it is a sprawling preserve that encompasses 600,000 acres making it the largest state park in California and the second largest in the United States. Needless to say, you can find your …
August 23rd, 2011

Triple Falls, Glacier National Park

Posted By Joseph Rossbach
I am finally back home after a nine-day trip to Glacier National Park followed by a week in Charleston with my family on vacation. The trip to Glacier was productive, but incredibly frustrating. To start with, my first three days were absolutely horrid conditions for nature photography, blue bird blue skies and not a cloud …
August 16th, 2010

Last Days of Summer, Glacier National Park, Montana

Posted By Ian Shive
I managed to sneak a whopping two (yes, two!) days in last week for some hiking in Glacier National Park, Montana. I was hoping to spend more time but had to leave unexpectedly for a project back home in California. Regardless, the park never disappoints always offering meadows of August floral arrangements and the never-too-old-to-appreciate …