Took this photo while literally hanging over a windy cliff in Malibu praying that I would get a good sharp shot, that the birds wouldn't move, and that me and my camera wouldn't fall off the cliff. One of the best images I've ever taken.
A field of bluebonnets outside of the Brenham area, along hwy 290 about an hour NW of Houston.
This is one of the few rainbows we get here
Zion National Park is an amazing display of wilderness. The steep rock and moon on this particular evening posed for a majestic view.
Teide is the highest mountain, a volcano, in Spain and is located in the Canary Islands, standing imposingly in the center of the island Tenerife. This is the volcano that formed the island and remains active, last erupting in the early 20th century.
On our way to find lake Jenny we pulled off the road to get some water from the truck and as I was closing the trunk I got presented by this image, my God pure back country, majestic mountain peaks, amaizing sky and quiet valley. It seens to me that...
WIND BLOWN SIDE OF POND
This is lake Abraham in winter. The remote place is really phenomenal with beautiful ice formations. However, I've never been in such cold weather in my life: minus 7 F degree with strong wind. This image was from the last evening of my trip after 2...
Beautiful rock formations all along the beach at Bandon Oregon. Great sunsets occur on a regular basis.
Yellowstone Lake is the largest freshwater lake above 7,000 feet in North America.
Waves crashing under the pier in the early morning, just after sunrise.
Mid-morning on the Antarctic Peninsula as seen from a zodiac.
HDR image early am after rain. only time to get it because water would evaporate from pools quickly
Balanced Rock is one of the most iconic landmarks at Arches National Park. A full moon created a nice silhouette of the rock, while the moving clouds added interest. (33 seconds, iso 320, f/3.5, 18mm)
Driving along the eastern shore of Acadia National Park I caught sight of this schooner. Like a ghost, it would breifly appear then vanish -- into the dense fog.
This is the first snow of the winter, captured on hwy 26 in Oregon between Portland and the coast. Low, fast moving clouds and a full moon created unique lighting conditions for this shot.
We hiked the trail up to Lake Agnes Tea house. As you hike up the mountain and look down on Lake Louise it gets bluer and bluer. It was a breathtaking sight!
A small iceberg awaiting the rising tides so it may be free.
Captured this HDR Panoramic image at the peak of Mt. Evans in Colorado.
This photo was taken on August 18, 2010 while I was vacationing in Falmouth, MA at the beach. The stoic nature of the birds perched on these wooden logs caught my attention.
Mallard was swimming in large canal with buildings along the side. Evening lights provided the color in the water.
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