The most exotic waterfall within the state of California, in my opinion. The vibrant green moss and flowing water cascading down is so striking, there was a multitude of composition to be had.
Sunrise over Emerald Bay, Lake Tahoe.
I ventured out into the edge of the blast zone, directly above the pond where the remains of a pickup is resting from the blast. When I arrived at the end of this road overlooking Mt. St. Helens, the Trout were swimming uphill to escape the heat of...
A famous location in the gorgeous Ohio national park -- Cuyahoga Valley National Park. When I awoke one morning to trees with snow clinging on them, I knew this spot would look great with the red mixed with the sea of white.
Dropping from the ‘hanging valley’ of Loch Arklet and into the main glaciated trench which holds Loch Lomond. This waterfall by the West Highland Way is associated with the poet Gerard Manley Hopkins. His ‘Inversnaid’ poem inspired by the setting here...
Winter desert in northern Arizona
I only spent about 20 minutes shooting Mt. Edith Cavell as I wanted to get back to the vista over the Tonquin Valley just a minute up the road. I was getting amazing shots of a storm over the valley but as the sunset was progressed I could see the...
Wildflowers Half Dome Yosemite National Park
Gorgeous views await in RNMP in Colorado. This is the view upon the end of a hike to Dream Lake -- one of the series of Bear Lake Trails. Just Look UP when you reach the end.
Out at the North end of Mono Lake, the receding waters form wonderful shorelines. As the sun was setting, it lit up the underside of these brooding clouds that were rolling in, setting them alight with color.
Watching the weather, I saw that there would be sustained cold and heavy snow at Mono Lake, so I headed up and went out to the West end of the South Tufa area and found this beautiful blossoming rabbit bush with a nice tufa formation behind it and the...
This shot was taken from the parking lot of the Monument Vally Tribal Park. I attempted to drive into the park with my rental car...but with the incoming storms winds were creating sand drifts across the roads. Instead of getting stuck in the park I...
Traveling to Africa, I had an 8 hr layover in Qatar. The airlines offered a free City tour. How could I say no? Dark had fallen and all the buildings were lit up with different colors. This was one of the Historic buildings we passed. At a stop, I ran...
Another image trying out B/W film for the first time.
This photo was taken at Tidal Basin, in Washington DC. I went out to take the cherry blossom, but the Jefferson Memorial at twilight sun caught my eye.
Sunset at White Sands National Monument
North Rim Grand Canyon Arizona, shot at 300mm
The final stop Monument Valley, Arizona
While visiting Ft. Matanzas National Monument on the Matanzas River south of St. Augustine, Fl., I noticed several pelicans fishing to the south of the monument. I focused in on one pelican who seemed to be circling in an attempt to land. I timed my...
Also labeled: Animals, Blue, Exotic Places, Historic Locations, Islands, Natural Wonders, Nature, Scenic Routes, Textures, Water, Wildlife
Night Heron shot at 400mm handheld at 1/350 at f/5.6, ISO 400. The only Heron species residing in the Hawaiian Islands, this guy would show-up regularly to a small pond just outside my hotel. I took a lot of shots over my week lomg stay, but this...
A sunset picture through a leafless tree at the Grand Canyon
Also labeled: Blue, Deserts, Historic Locations, Landscapes, Light, Natural Wonders, Nature, Sun & Sky, Trees
Sunrise is very motivating and almost spiritual.
False Kiva inside Utah's Canyonlands National Park
Dawn at the monument Castillo San Marcos.
This is the view of Thomas Jefferson memorial in Washington DC on the shore of Potomac river Tidal Basin. The 3000+ cherry trees blooms in a sea of white and pink color at the beginning of spring.
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