All along Oregon's Historic Columbia River Highway are scenic views, rugged cliffs, verdant rainforests and mesmerizing waterfalls. This particular cascade, around the corner and below the bridge near the famous Multnomah Falls, was overlooked by...
A leftover from geologic forces, ever-changing river routes and man-made diversions, The Salton Sea provides the Southern California desert a stopover for migratory waterfowl and a water source for some of the largest produce farms in North America....
Fernandina Beach, Florida is the self-proclaimed Birthplace of the Modern Shrimping industry. What was once world-renowned as a fishing and shrimping town is now succumbing to overseas imports and is losing its livlihood. In the process, however,...
Smoky mountain stream in late fall.
After a three hour hike down the Left Fork of North Creek, I arrived at The Subway in Zion National Park.Beautiful blue and green pools are located inside a subway-like tunnel which light filters through around midday. No HDR Canon 17-40...
On a very clear day in July, I drove to the nearby lake. As I got out the car, these flowers caught my eye. They were enjoying the july sunlight and they screaming for attention. Since they were so low, I had to lie on the ground. Although my shirt...
A glowing wall reflects the sun warm light into the Narrows in Zion National Park
A freshly turned iceberg shows its true colors of beauty in the early light. These are everywhere as you cruise through Tracy Arm Fjord towards the Sawyer Glaciers.
The base of the ancient Dawes glacier meets the salt water of Endicott Arm in a timeless march forward. This ice was frozen long before any pollutants entered the water. Seagulls feed on small candle fish in the nutrient rich glacial water. ...
This is by far I believe my best picture with the brightest blues of the White River and the fog coming in first thing in the morning while my husband was fishing off the bank.
a burst of light on a farm after a fall storm
The view from atop Gibraltar's Rock State Natural Area - overlooking the rolling terrain of Southern Wisconsin, which was covered by glacial ice just 13,000 years ago.
A view up above lake Taupo.
a colorful crab sunning himself on a rock by the sea
The glacial moraine-blocked extinct exit of the once mighty Wisconsin River. As the glaciers advanced at the end of the last ice age, a terminal moraine blocked the eastern and northern passage, causing Devils Lake to be born.
Horseshoe Lake, Eagle Cap Wildeness, OR
Close up of multi-colored maple leaves against a blue sky.
Portuguese Man of War jelly-fish washed ashore by the tide
In the late hours of the day the wind subsides and the lake turns to glass. If you look closely enough you can see the ripples where trout have risen.
Cypress Brake in Central Louisiana
This was taken while on vacation at the Boston Aquarium.
So I wanted to do some winter shots up around Grand Teton and left very early in the morning to get sunrise up there. By the time I got north of Pinedale the roads had become icy and I realized there was no way I was going to get up there for first...
Carmel Beach on the Monterey Bay at dusk
Blue sky and brilliant white clouds create a wonderful contrast against the dried grasses along the Appalachian Trail on Whitetop Mountain in Grayson County, Virginia.
A barn in Washington County, Virginia stands above the now overgrown fields surrounding it.
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