I was walking around Enoshima in Japan, waiting for the sun to set, when it started to rain. *gasp* No sunset! *gasp* No umbrella! *gasp* My gear! I ran to find shelter, and bumped into this homeless cat, who was taking a rest from the onslaught of...
This is famed Picture Lake with its classic view of fabled Mount Shuksan, shown at sunrise in early summer. This perspective has been well captured in color by many photographers. I was hoping to make a different take by going monochrome.
This is a view looking east up Piute Creek at Pilot Peak in the twilight hours of summer. We camped that night at Hutchinson Meadow, a welcoming place with pines, the creek, deer roaming, and views of the high country we had descended from earlier...
This stream in Arroyo Park near Bellingham runs toward the Salish Sea from the coastal Chuckanut mountains. It's a place of inspiration and renewal. I stacked rocks there and made photographs of them as a way to show communion with the place.
While photographing Bald Eagles at the Chilkat Preserve, I looked to the south and saw this wonderful scene of mountain layers and low clouds.
An American Dipper hunts for supper along the edge of Lake O'Hara, in Yoho National Park, British Columbia.
Heron in Southwest Harbor, Maine
Sandy Stream Pond in Baxter State Park in mid-autumn.
Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge is a vast expanse of wilderness southern swamp covering approximately 700 square miles and located mostly in the southeast corner of Georgia.It is the largest, intact, un-fragmented, freshwater and black water...
The Tetons evokes memories of what was. So timeless, one can easily imagine the days of old where the settlers saw these looming mountains in their horse drawn buggies and paused to study this great earth gestures or herds of bison teeming all over...
Scotty's Castle built as a resort for the rich who wanted to get away from it all.
Cloud on the horizon with buffalo grazing and reflection in the water.
The rainbow floated up and down for 45 minutes. The weather was Misty at time. Camera got wet during shots but used a towel to wipe dry and an extra hat between shots.
It's hard to forget looking into the eyes of this magnificent elephant at Kruger National Park, South Africa.
The eyes of this lioness can hypnotize with layers of liquid gold.
Zebras caught in pose that provides a natural optical illusion in black and white
Though autumn is my favorite time in Oirase Gorge in northern Japan, winter is spectacular as almost every waterfall either freezes or is entombed in ice. This is the largest waterfall by volume in the gorge, called Choushi-Ootaki. The right two...
Joshua Tree National Park
Rows of trees in a nursery with wisps of clouds and the moon in the sky.
Canon 70D + 18-135mm ISO 100 - f/22 - 1/250sec Bogotá D.C, Colombia
Desert plants against a dramatic sky are highlighted by a low sun during an approaching storm.
A day at the lake, restores the soul at High Park, a wonderful nature park in the heart of Toronto
Shot from base of the Eiffel Tower handheld.
On a clear frigid morning around 4am, I hiked around Cadillac Mountain looking for a great spot to setup my camera equipment. The temperature was in the 20's with very strong winds which made it difficult at first to capture a picture in focus, but...
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