Deep fishing hole in the Grand River metropark
This photo was taken in the valley of Yosemite valley near Yosemite Falls in the background
Walking along Lake Michigan Shore in late August
took this one on my uncles place.
This picture often put my at awe with what mother nature can give us to enjoy. It is marvelous and has tremendous colors right near where I live. I didn't have to cross any mountains for trek through forests to have this picture at my fingertip.
Plant-life and reflections on the edge of a mountain pond.
Close-up of hoar frost on green foxtail grass in the early morning light
I shot this image of the poppy's in my flower garden. I wanted to capture the side not often seen.
October in the Great Smoky Mountains
Sunrise in Yosemite Valley.
Amazing display of sunset color over the inlet to Lake Cascade caused by smoke from a nearby wildfire.
These mushrooms were growing on an old dead log in my back yard
I took this a few weeks ago at Eagle Island State Park in Idaho. I spent a good amount of time trying to get a good picture of this until I finally decided it was necessary to enter the water. I ended up being knee deep in the river, bending over with...
We were traveling on our vacation in California going to Sacramento when I cam across this hills. I saw a patch of flowers and I wanted to capture that with a great background. This is the photo I came up with.
Also labeled: Blooms, Blue, Green, Landscapes, Light, Natural Wonders, Nature, Scenic Routes, Seasons, Sun & Sky
A natural field with the spring bloom in northern Italy.
Also labeled: Abstract, Green, Landscapes, Natural Wonders, Nature, Seasons, Textures, Trees, Wildlife
This picture was taken October 2011 just after an early snowstorm hit the northeast region. This is in Cunningham Falls State Park across from Catoctin Mountain and the trail to the waterfalls. I pulled into the parking lot and walked around the lake.
Beautiful Barn at sunset.
A lavely sunset at Green Lake, Seattle, WA.
Went to Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge to try and shoot some wildlife. After mostly no shows and an evening of the most boring gray light possible, a storm rolled through the area, passed directly overhead and started to dissipate just as the sun...
I am not sure what these little flowers are called but look like a belle of some kind, they are tiny, I mean maybe 1/32 inch across the top of the petals. I used my kit lens and just held it up to my camera backward to get this close.
Glowing growths along the Pine Flatwoods of southwest Florida.
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