Melting outer layers of the fall breaking away after some warm days in Colorado. Showing its character and many faces. The ice layer flowed perfectly with raging water this day.
This was captured on Bull Island's Boneyard Beach in the Cape Romain Nation Wildlife Refuge North of Charleston, South Carolina. Beach is full of old trees taken over by the Atlantic Ocean. The beach lends itself to some dramatic photography.
We stopped by the Great Sand Dunes late in the day to find the footprints of those who had been there before us making their way up the dunes.
I took this photo of my hand print in the sand as we were climbing along the edge of one of the dunes, near evening, in the Great Sand Dunes of Colorado.
reflection in the Ljubljanica river
lump of salt in the dead sea
The desert layers of Ramon Crater as taken from a viewpoint in Mizpe Ramon.
A foggy morning in Yellowstone National Park.
The Aurora Borealis (northern lights) bust through the atmosphere and put on a show over Alpine Oilfield in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska, 250 miles north of the Arctic Circle.
The ripples in the sand filled with a dusting of snow making it resemble a zebra skin.
I took this picture while hiking in the storied Zion narrow trail along the virgin river. The walls in this gorge are probably thousand feet tall and they often resemble human and animal faces. I hope you can find a couple of them in this image too.
I shot this sunset with a sunspot somewhere in Staten Island...might have been the Silverlake Park.
Leaf Imapled on thorny vine.
Holly Plant Leaves that were visited by a Caterpillar or bug of some type.
Red Mushrooms growing on tree in Manasquan Resevoir in Monmouth County, NJ.
Acorn with Leaves shot at Manasquan Resevoir in Monmouth County, NJ.
A cotton wood in full fall color against the beautiful earth shadow of a fall sunset sky.
Canon EOS-1D Mark II N, f/5.6 @ 500 mm, 1/320, ISO 200. Lens was Canon EF 500mm f/4L IS USM. RAW conversion done in Adobe Lightroom 2. Minor cropping, tonal adjustments, and sharpening done in Adobe Photoshop CS4. No filters.
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I WAS SKIRTING A SMALL BEAVER POND AND I SAW THIS DEAD PINE HAD FALLEN YEARS BEFORE AND WAS CAST IN THE SHADOW OF THE CLIFF S REFLECTION ON THE OTHER SIDE. WHEN I FLIPPED IT IT ALMOST LOOKS LIKE THE TREE IS GROWING OUT OF THE REFLECTION. CANT SAY I...
High Trestle Trail is about ten stories above the river valley. Use for bicycling and hiking.
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