Close up view of the microorganism growing under water below the Castle Geyser in Yellowstone. Brilliant little red tenacle like substance rise from the bottom.
Lower Antelope Canyon
dustbearer of the martha lily
Old weathered pilings before dawn on the pier
United States of America Flag flying high over cloudy Seattle skyline
I have been experimenting with star trails using my digital camera; this is a 25 min exposure, with some painting with light using my LED flashlight. The cool hue of the flashlight was so blue that it throws off the color balance of my sky, making it...
Tennessee is a nature photographer’s paradise in all seasons. This winter I decided to see how the cold weather had affected some of the waterfalls, the results were astounding; this crater seemed to be a few stories thick.
Tennessee is a nature photographer’s paradise in all seasons. This winter I decided to see how the cold weather had affected some of the waterfalls, the results were astounding; I love texture and color created by the ice at the base of these falls.
Wallking down a small river town main street I happened upon this unique door...so different from all the othes. Not adorned with silk flowers or colorful wreaths, but the head of a demon.
All along a recently paved walking trail near a wilderness area my friend and I kept seeing dead butterflies next to the pavement. My friend eventually picked one up and laid it in the palm of her hand. A bitter reminder of the effects man has on...
Cruising the Grand River - runs through Grand Rapids
This banded rock formation was photographed in the South Coyote Buttes Cottonwood Cove area. Cottonwood Cove has 3 major areas to visit, and this formation was found in the largest section of the formations mid-morning.
I was driving up Ophir pass in my 4x4 and stopped to take a hike through an area that looked good from the road. I wandered across this aspen grove whose trunks were bent from snowfall when they were younger.
We get good waves in N.J. when there is a N.E. wind best time to find them
Shot during an early morning snowfall in October.
A lone hiker stares in awe in a sea of dunes.
Also labeled: Deserts
Also labeled: Forests
just old dying trees. Shot at dusk and then using photoshop I pushed the clouds to give them that effect.
Also labeled: Black, Deserts, Grass, Landscapes, Light, Natural Wonders, Nature, Seasons, Sun & Sky, Trees
Vancouver is a densely populated city, with many wealthy people. but just to the north lays a beautiful wildlife sanctuary, of stanley park. many beautiful views of trees, flowers, the water, and the city. this sunflower that was bigger than my head...
this is the stamen of a tulip flower. it was very small and I used a macro lens to film it at 1:1
Also labeled: Red
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