Arizona's sunsets are crazy pretty with all of the desert dust. The moon always looks great at this position, and to have it in twilight with a Saguaro cactus silhouetted in one frame was great to see in person!
I had gone to Kingman, Arizona to find the wild mustang herd with no success, but I did get some great sunset shots. This shot was taken from a "view point" near Meadview, Arizona.
Lower Antelope Canyon
Curve in Mountain Sheep Slot Canyon, Page AZ
Inside the Minneapolis mall, I looked up and wanted to capture all of the shapes and light...
I came across this formation on a rock as I was hiking in the remote area of the Vermillion Cliffs National Monument. I was amazed when I saw what looked like a face on the rock. I quickly grabbed my camera and made a few exposures.
Tufa rocks dot the shoreline of California's Mono Lake.
Lower Antelope Slot Canyon
Out on a tour of a Louisiana Swamp.
‘The View’ – Bar & Dine Western Esplanade Kingsway, Hove, People enjoying the unseasonably warm weather one late afternoon, outside a popular restaurant on Hove seafront. f/4.5 1/200 sec.
Nice sunny day and the rlection off the lake was great.
People watching through the eye of the lens and a gazing ball can give a unigue perspective on the way the immediate surrounding are viewed.
A cactus is carefully lit with a small LED flashlight just after sunset along the Window View trail in Big Bend National Park.
I saw this rainbow as I rounded the corner of the road. I got across the bridge and pulled into the boat docking area. By this time the rainbow was starting to fade. I took my chances with my Tokina wideangle lens and managed to capture the rainbow...
shot 15 minutes after the sun had already gone down. It created a wonderful orange glow across the sky and with a 6 second exposure makes the salty water look like glass.
Also labeled: Blue
american fork canyon in the summer, aspen trees in full bloom, turned b/w
Wall study in Bodie State Park.
Anthropomorphic image in nature.
Also labeled: Black & White
I was waiting to shoot a sunset. The sunset itself was a washout, but I noticed this lonely tree on top of a knoll, so I turned my lens toward it. To date, this picture remains to be one of my own favorite shots.
Sunrise over a Texas field
Canyon wall viewed during streamwalk down Ashdown Gorge, July 2011
Also labeled: Blooms, Forests, Grass, Green, Landscapes, Natural Wonders, Nature, Seasons, Trees, Wildlife
Whitnall Park waterfall taken at twilight during summer, looks as if a creature hand is reaching out. There is an urban legend that the park is haunted. It is however a peaceful serene place with lots to explore and is beautiful in every season.
The textures of the weathered yard lining and twisted fence wires frame and contrast the torn window opening that silhouettes the calf's head. Although the eyes are unseen, we are aware of being observed. The longer the photo is observed, the...
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