This particular day you had only seconds to try and get your shot.The fog was being pulled from east to west.Finally the sun poked its nose out and Oh what a moment.
Herd of Buffalo cross an interstate in Yellowstone National Park, Montana. (photo by Dylan Lucas Gordon / Brooks Institute ©2010)
Taken at Bernhiem forest near Bardstown Kentucky. I went for a walk through the forest during colorfest 2010.
The view from my campsite high in the Eastern Sierra.
The beautiful grass of the Pembrokeshire coast line.
On my way to town one morning the sun thru the lite fog, and the grasses and fence made for a pretty shot.
This picture was taken on a tiny private island named Salt Pond Island off of Galilee in Narragansett, RI. The island is completely uninhabited by humans except for the occasional campers. We found this spider at his web near our campsite.The lighting...
Another wave of supercells smashes into the foothills in Colorado.
Christmas trees and wine field with farm house in background.
Mesa Country Club golf course eucalyptus trees and winter grass shimmer as the early morning frost melts into fog-like mist. Best shots often are right outside your back door.
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Taken during a snow storm in Daniels Park near Highlands Ranch, Colorado
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This photo was taken on what is hopefully to be the last winter freeze for the Houston area taken on February 4th, 2011
The sun just happened to peak through the fog to light up the grasses illuminating them as though they were lit from within.
The location is Waingapu, this place has spectacular sunset harmony, among the savannah.
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