This is a picture taken in Hawaii looking out of our resort at Turtle Bay, which is right on the ocean.
With a short break in the rain I was able to take 6 photos which I combined into a panorama. Much of the detail is lost in the smaller-lower resolution photo.
Detail of the Palette Springs at Mammoth, in Yellowstone NP
Taken during a helicopter ride over the island of Kauai.
Sunrise along the shore at Sandy Beach Park on Oahu, Hawaii.
The baterial mats along the walkway near the Artist Paint Pots of the Norris Geyser Basin area of Yellowstone NP
This is a night shot of a small tree in Death Valley National Park.
Mono Lake Tufa.
The iconic Mount Rundle in Banff, Alberta.
Amazing sandstone formations, shaped like strange mushrooms, create a fantasy land world along the "Hoodoo Drive Trail" (Hwy 10) in southern Alberta, Canada.
This image was made at the end of teh road on a drive up and through Waimea Canyon. I am facing down toward the Napali Coast from a height of 1258 meters.
While on an airboat tour I captured this image of a Great Heron just as it took off for flight. Wildlife photopgrapy is always challenging as the animals are unpredictable, they're often moving, and in this case I was moving as well.
Rays of golden sunset light breaking through just after a storm silhouette a far away lone hiker. These are the tallest sand dunes in North America.
This was one of the prettiest beaches on Maui, even though we couldn't swim in the water because of the coral.
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Bonsai Rock located in the North East part of Lake Tahoe, NV.
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Returning from Milford Sound in Fjordland National Park, rain clouds swept in creating these majestic skies.
Mount Assiniboine, the Matterhorn of the Canadian Rockies, reflecting in Lake Magog on a foggy autumn morning. Stitched from 3 shifts of the 24mm T/S-E image circle.
Leading lines of sandstone layers, the result of plate subdustion that shifted this shelf sideways, and further erosion by the elements, invertebrates and other sea life. Golden sunset light bathes this scene typical of the unique geology of the north...
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Light and texture at the confluence of Kalaloch Creek and the Pacific Ocean.
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Macro of a bee on a duranta bush taken on the Caribbean island of Tobago.
Remains of trees on the Salton Sea. The ground here is salty and no plants grow anymore. This is taken on a winter night during the full moon.
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