This wonderful little waterfall leads the river through the woods and opens an amazing scenarie into the black forest.
These falls are just a few hundred feet off the road, but I lived in Alaska for over 10 years before I heard of them. They are relatively unknown and there is plenty of solitude to be found here.
Nooksack River Falls, Washington Nikon D800 | 17mm | ISO 100 | f/16 | 3 sec.
In the fall we took a trip to Hocking Hills in Ohio. The Old Man's Cave trail is probably their most popular trail and this waterfall is at the lower end of the trail. When we went there wasn't as much water as there would be in spring but there was...
This is at the end of a 5 mile RT hike in the cantral Oregon coast region.
A shot of North Clear Creek Falls. Taken on a drizzly day. Located between Lake City and Creede, CO.
I visit Columbus, Ohio frequently and always like to check the water flow at Hayden Falls. Having photographed this area when the falls were completely dry, totally frozen and in between, I was pleased to find a full flow in June, 2014 after a rainy...
Indian Run Falls Park actually has several waterfalls, this being the largest. Paths and overlooks are surrounded by thick deciduous trees that block most of the sunlight until all the leaves drop in late autumn. The stream is mostly bounded by steep...
I love it after it rains, especially after a cool Spring rain in Georgia. It cleans away the pollen and brings all the colors to life.
Spring in Yellowstone means life begins anew. This bison calf snuggled close to Mom for a quick nap, surrounded by plenty of family ready to defend her if needed.
If you've ever been to Georgia, you know that wisteria always heralds the rebirth of a new Spring.
Nothing says South Texas in Spring like blue bonnets. This old windmill and water tower were surrounded by blue bonnets and the sun setting behind me added the extra touch of lighting I was waiting for.
2 pink flowers under evening light
Backlit pink flowers shot from behind
Columbia Hills State Park. One of the best wildflower blooms in many years
As spring begins, the colorful fields begin their annual bloom.
"The land of waterfalls" is an appropriate title for the western part of North Carolina.
A pipevine swallowtail butterfly taking nectar from an orange tree blossom.
While driving down route 27 in north GA, I saw this valley of morning mist and knew I had to stop and take some photographs of what nature was offering
Black bear came out of the woods and up to the stone wall that lines Skyline Drive, looked around then made his/her way between the stopped cars and across the road
Attended the Tulip Festival
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