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My granddaughter playing with her dog on the beach in South Carolina. I felt this was an iconic site.
In this wonderous State Park, there are so many photographic opportunities. This was just one of them.
In this amazing park by beautiful Cayuga Lake, I obtained this image from the many stone benches in the park.
clouds reflected in a snow melt pool in Hayden Valley in Yellowstone National Park
Crystal Mill is in a ghost town near Marble CO. This old silver mill from the 1800's is a photographers dream, the rapid flowing water in the foreground and mountains in the background are best shot in the early morning.
the lily pond at the continental divide on the road between West Thumb and Old Faithful in Yellowstone
Spring Snow in Yellowstone National Park
This image was taken from the northeast shore of Lake Agnes, just outside of the teahouse.
We were in this area for seven days but on only one day were we able to have a good view from Hurricane Ridge to the Olympic Mountains. Indeed, I caught this one in a break from the otherwise cloudy conditions.
This photo was taken on a hike out of Selva Gardina during May 2011.
The light was wonderful, there was a light breeze that swayed the marsh grasses, and there were nice clouds as well.
Skiers descend ramp to 12,000 ft ski area at Aiguille du Midi as a storm arrives
Also labeled: Landscapes
I obviously am aware of Ansel Adams wonderful photo of this iconic spot. So; I did my best to find a different viewpoint for this photo. I took it from the parking area so as to include foreground trees.
Birds catch the currents as clouds hang low over the Rockies.
I got up early to catch the mist and low clouds over the Hot Springs. I angled the shot to give it a more dramatic feel to it.
This is a view from Zabriskie Point in Death Valley National Park at sunset. Albeit know for morning shots the light is equally interesting at sunset.
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