Wolf Creek falls at Letchworth state park, NY
Just East of Lee Vining is a grove of tufas that rivals the better known South Tufa grove. The Lee Vining Tufas are difficult to access, but worth the effort. This morning I was rewarded with a firey sunrise that made the tufas glow.
How do you photograph an icon of Colorado done so many times? Take it apart and re-assemble it back in the comfort of the studio.
Foster Falls on Little Gizzard Creek is in the Foster Falls Recreation Area in Marion County, Tennessee's Cumberland Plateau. With a wet fall, the colors are spectacular and fog and drizzle add to the atmosphere. The hike from the parking to the falls...
Spring runoff can be spectacular anywhere, including Yosmeite. However, Ansel and Galen already have the best photos and taking more is just more water over the precipice. Find something new and different in familiar areas and over-photographed areas...
Whenever I shoot Bridalvail through the years, I get thoroughly soaked as does my lens and camera. It's refreshing and I simply blot off the camera when I get back to the car. If your camera is stuck in a case because you are afraid of the mist, you...
Walking along the cliff at the Yaquina Head lighthouse on can see down to the ocean and see the breakers upon the rocks. on the shoreward side of the cliffs was a large group of harbor seals resting on the rocks.
While vacationing in Alaska, we came upon the Alaskan Wildlife Conservation area outside of Anchorage and decided to check it out. Once there we had the opportunity to watch two Grizzly Bears playing in a pond and then this one Grizzly Bear climb up...
Big waves often fill this cove during the winter. It's a wonderful place to photograph because the curved coastline allows you to shoot down the long axix of the wave.
This wave was shot from the south end of Black Point looking down the cove along the long axix of the waves, providing a unique perspective of the breaking wave. As an old surfer, this is as close as I get to being in "The Tube"
Just another beautiful afternoon at a small beach called Pebble Beach at Sea Ranch. I got a little wet on this one, but if you come away completely dry, you're just not doing right. (That's my story, and I'm sticking to it!)
Hiking this trail, you cross the river 13 times. This particular day (2 days ago-July 21, 2012), was pouring rain, and a lot of lightning and thunder. The sound was amazing as the thunder would vibrate off the canyon walls. The forest is dense and...
This picture was captured at Kure Beach NC, the skies were beautiful that day and the moon was just the right touch to make a perfect day.
Boat tour took us to Devils Island
A storm passes quickly through an empty field across the street from my home. From my front porch I was able to catch this bolt of lightning tearing through the night sky. I was a little afraid of the lightning, so I didn't really have the best...
Huntington Beach Pier at Sunset, August 4, 2011, taken from in front of the Huntington Beach Lifeguard Headquarters. (They wouldn't let me on the roof!)
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Looking northwest from the Huntington Beach pier.
Reagan's tub mill along the Roaring Fork.
A large rock pile with drift logs in the foreground.
I loved the expression of this caged fellow At the Washington D.C. National Zoo. However, it was a very difficult shot technically because I had a sort zoom range only about 112mm(35equiv.),it was dark, and I had to shoot through appx. 1" thick dirty...
This photo was taken along the Lake Huron shoreline, in Michigan's 'Thumb' area. The boulders along the shoreline here range in size from baseballs to small cars.
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