North America's largest pingo just outside of Tuktoyaktuk, NT April 2012
Pices of the Colossus of Constantine in the Palazzo di Conservatori of the Musei Capitolini in Rome
Bass Harbor Light is beautiful any time of year and any time of day.
Spider Needle, according to legend is where the Spider Women came to the Navajo to teach them weaving. Autumn and Spring are more pleasant than Summer or Winter.
I found the curving of these trees interesting, so was happy to get this capture.
It was rainy when we decided to visit the state park, but worth it when I was able to capture this image of the fog in the Appalachian Mountains.
Taken from Fort Michilmackinac, I loved the framing opportunites, looking out to the beach.
Upon debarking from our cruise ship at Skagway, Alaska, I noticed this view of the town. The ripples in the water were such that the scene appeared to be a painting.
When the deep snow falls upon the rocks in Soda Butte creek in the NW corner of Yellowstone, and when the light is just right, you can find these wonderful snow pillows!
Old Home Manor just before a Winter storm hit the area, The Buildings are to be taken down in the summer of 2012.
Evening in Rome
The Chickamauga Battlefield is a popular tourist destination in Georgia. It is also a great place for relaxation and reflection.
Unfurling leaves on the trail to a Mayan Ruin.
Near clingman's dome one of the highest points in Smoky Mountain National park, the sun just began to peak through the clouds after a morning of rain and fog.
Spring is runoff time in the high mountains of Yellowstone. Pelican creek empties into Yellowstone Lake here a full flood stage on a beautiful Spring afternoon.
2011 was a year of record runoff flooding in Yellowstone. What appears here as a lake is really a flooded meadow where you can step across the stream in August. On this evening though the view from the historic Ranger station was calm and peaceful.
Also labeled: Exotic Places, Forests, Grass, Landscapes, Light, Monuments, Natural Wonders, Nature, Scenic Routes, Sun & Sky
Rhesus Monkeys huddle on the side of the ancient stupa of swayambunath, awaiting the warmth of the rising sun.
First, a quick Spanish lesson: "Tome" is pronounced "toe-may." The hill stands there today, much as it did centuries ago when the Spanish priests, soldiers and settlers came up the Camino Real (the Royal Road). A landmark to guide by, rising as it...
It was a very stormy early morning in July, when suddenly the clouds broke and the skies smiled.
A breathtaking sunset behind the the historical Lake Palace Hotel on Lake Pichola in Udaipur, India. This was taken from the Sunset Terrace restaurant at the Shiv Niwas Palace hotel shortly after the sun dipped below the horizon and the hotel lit up...
Storms move across Yellowstone Lake with alarming speed in the fall. The golden grasses of Pelican Creek blend here with approaching winter storm.
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