Taken shortly after a snow storm had past by dropping 8-10 inches of snow.
Inside one of the bunkers/magazines in Ft Stevens used to defend the Oregon coast during WWII.
Shot at ISO 100 f5.6, 1/50th. Taken late May.
The wreck of the Peter Iredale shot on Ft Stevens Beach on a cold day. Usually it is very hard to get a shot without a lot of people.
Shot from the grounds of the Biltmore (Vanderbilt) Estates grounds. Overcast day ant midday, October 2010. Tornado warnings were in effect but stayed north.
ARLINGTON MEMORIAL BRIDGE FOR THE NEAR AND ROSSLYN VA IN THE BACKGROUND
Canyonlands National Park as seen through the eye of Mesa Arch
Patriotic flag of United States of America in foreground with city of Seattle skyline in background
The Russian Fort Ross along the northern California coast
Know as the "Honeymoon Cabin". Rumored to be the location of Billy the Kid's honeymoon. Stone & petrified wood structure.
Beautiful semi-frozen falls at Jockey Hollow, NJ where, in the winter of 1776, Washington and his tropps spent a very cold winter during the Revolutionary War.
While I normally prefer landscape photography, this holiday scene outside of Marshall Field's on Chicago's State Street made for a beautiful memory of our first visit to the city.
Taken at the Russian Orthadox Church and Museum, Eklutna, Alaska.
Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco CA in December.
Looking from south to north accross the old railroad bridge crossing the Tennessee River between Shefield amd Florence, Alabama. Lens at 18mm, f/18, 1/50 sec, ISO 250. Taken on 10/28/2010.
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