Live Oak tree the morning after 12.5" of snow in Dallas - February 12, 2010
Inwood Hill Park holds a lot of history. Including a few rare ruins of a Revolutionary Fort. One of the paths, you can take, takes you right pass the old Native American Caves where you can still see their art work draw on the walls.
A somewhat "Historical" structure. A doorway made from granite at the end of a granite wall.
The weather is so unpredictable in New Zealand that only one in three people see Mount Cook. While this isn't Mount Cook, it is in the ranges, shot from the fantastic campsite underneath the alps. Luckily for me the sun came out in the afternoon, as...
A hope for spring
We experienced a rarity for our area - snow.
Acadia National Park, Mount Desert Island, Maine is not only the 2nd busiest of the national parks, it is a Mecca for nature, landscape and seascape photography. This picture was taken the day after Christmas when we had a light snowfall overnight. ...
Mount Baker shot from Gonzales Hill in Victoria, BC.
Evergreens after an evening snowfall
This photo was taken in the Three Gorges area of the Yangzi River, not long before the Three Gorges Dam was completed and the water level was raised to its final level.
I had been waiting for the majestic peak emerge from the clouds for quite a while. When it did, the scene was magnificent!
chasing storms in Tornado Alley in springtime. This was May 5, 2001, so I nickname this the Cinco de Mayo storm. ;-)
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