Crystal Mill is a difficult place to get to, but well worth the effort.
Lower Antelope Canyon offers amazing possibilities for abstract, depth and colors
Upper Antelope Canyon offers multiple options for capturing light beams at exact times of the day.
Spectacular sunsets can be photographed from the Oxbow in Grand Teton National Park. For this one the ISO was 200, F/14, 1/10th second exposure, and a Focal Length of 65 mm.
The Abyss has wonderful color and clarity. This is my abstract version of it. The ISO was 200, F/16, 1/40th second exposure, and a Focal Length of 75 mm.
This is the view from the Snake River Overlook. The landscape has changed some (tree growth) since Ansel Adams' classic shot. So; there still are some good possibilities here forphotographers. I used an ISO of 400, F/14, 1/10th second exposure, and...
The Grand Canyon is glorious at sunset. It is never quite the same each time I witness a sunset from the rim. The ISO was 320, F/16, 2,5 second exposure, and a Focal Length of 22 mm.
The rising sun lights up the clouds just before daybreak at Big Badlands Overlook in beautiful Badlands National Park in South Dakota.
This is a dramatic landscape of Denali in the last week of August. The ISO was 100, F/18, 1/40th second exposure, and a Focal Length of 130 mm. I used a Gitzo Tripod and Arca-Swiss Head.
When Colorado Snow Pack melts, River then Run High -- especially In The Mountain rivers. This is a view of river water crashing down so fast and so furious, boulders are covered from view.
We got to Olmsted Point just as the sun dipped below gathering clouds, yet still above the horizon, creating spectacular light on Half Dome and the wall of Tenaya Canyon. The reverence I feel when I'm in Yosemite is created by views like this. No...
Rushed all the way from Great Falls (four-hour drive) to catch this potential sunset... only to discover I'd forgotten my SD cards! So my Nikon was useless, and this was taken with my iPhone.
The ISO was 200, F/18, 1/8th second exposure, Focal Length 27 mm. Sunrises can be spectacular at Crater Lake National Park.
The setting sun casts long shadows on Mesquite Dunes in Death Valley. A long lens compress space, bring the far background mountains closer to the dunes.
Spring winds kick up sand plumes at sunrise on the Mesquite Dunes near Stovepipe Wells in Death Valley, CA. A slow shutter speed (1/10 sec) emphasizes the blowing sand.
Bigtooth maples leaves turn a brilliant red in Zion's High Country in fall.
The sun sets behind the Grand Tetons with fall aspens in the foreground. The magnificent rays were only present for a brief moment, but they were spectacular.
A Double Rainbow accentuates fall colors while reflected in the waters of Buffalo Fork in Grand Teton National Park.
Canada Geese bask in the morning sun at Oxbow Bend near Moran, WY. Several geese were loitering in the sun and I was set up to shoot a panorama when they started to move, so I followed them across the scene, shooting as they went, then assembled the...
Spring seeps bring shallow ponds of water to Death Valley's Salt Creek. The water comes and goes but a couple of cloudy days will allow ponds to form.
Snow covered mountains, beautiful clouds, color on the taiga and tundra; who could ask for anything more? I used a Gitzo Tripod and Arca-Swiss Head. The ISO was 100, F/22, 1/8th second exposure, and a Focal Length of 135 mm.
Morning over the meadow above Sugarcreek MetroPark near Dayton Ohio on June 15 2016 Nature Photography Day
Taken from the dock of my favorite place in Door County. I was thrilled I was able to catch this amazing burst of lightning over Sawyer Harbor.
a patch of wild sunflower caught my minds eye one sunny summer after noon. I was compeled to caputer the beautyful flower in a in HDR.
Sunrise over Lake Superior taken in Canal Park 6/23/16
A group of baby trees in a sequoia Grove.
A dried out cacuts that was scorched in a brush fire in Chino Hills State Park in Southern California
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