This photo was taken from the rocks at a beach on Kauai. The wave looks like a dragon.
Machu Picchu is one of the worlds most amazing places to visit but it has been threatened by the influx of tourists and concerns were raised by locals in the early 2000s. Threats include landslides, deforestation and uncontrolled urban development....
This April day in the Grand Canyon went from sleet at the rim to 90 degrees as we descended. The skies kept changing providing great photo-ops along the way.
What a beautiful sunset over Torres Del Paine national park the entire campground and lake was on fire
It appears that the boat will disappear forever into the Falls
as we were driving thru the beautiful Torres Del Paine national park in Chile we were delighted to see that there were so many free and wild guanacos roaming in the mountains. a beautiful sight.
Monarch on a Butterfly Bush
waterfall near the glacier. the reflection of the waterfall which was partially frozen captured the immensity along with the tourists standing near
Sunrise from our back deck in the Canaan Wildlife Refuge, WV.
The Giant Sequoia trees in Sequoia National Park in California are extraordinary. Prescribed burning intended to preserve this ecosystem. Logging has been a concern and poor air quality from fossil fuel burning threatens this beautiful park.
The coastal peaks, glaciers and an occasional sailboat, star in the blue early morning light along the Antarctic Peninsula. The dots on the snowy ridge in the foreground are, of course, penguins.
On the summit of Mauna Kea vocano at 13,900 feet elevation, visitors are mesmerized by the setting sun. This volcano is the largest on earth as it is 18,000 feet to the bottom of the Pacific. We were lucky to arrive on a calm day as winds at the...
Closeup of delicate flower stamen
My first real experience with fall in the Rocky Mountains. All the aspen in the area had turned either yellow or orange giving a display of amazing color.
A majestic shot of the Rockies through some pine trees.
Different colors of the rocks and canyons that make up the area
Pellican going to Flight
The Chalk Creek filters into this beaver pond, holding the spring snow melt. This year had little snow, but the pond still held this reflection.
This iceberg was about 8 miles East of St. Anthony and was viewed from a whale sightseeing boat. It was estimated to be 600 feet long, 250 feet wide, 165 feet tall and 400 feet deep. We were told it was stuck on the bottom as the water depth in the...
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Christmas party at the Norris household. Scott is my nephew. Was just having fun on a great night with family.
A whale shark approaches a fishermans boat in the fishing town of Tan-awan. These sharks feed on the small shrimps locally called uyap that are common in this area. THe fishermen here use uyap to catch small fish, here the shark comes close to eat...
A fisherman looks down at a whale shark (Rhincodon typus) in the fishing town of Tan-awan. These fishermen have long had a connection with the biggest fish in the sea and recently started showing the whale sharks to tourist while feeding them small...
A favorite spot for tourists and local's to enjoy the sunset.
Stood on a frozen reservoir at midnight in -12c watching a magnificent display of Aurora.
rainbow shot from my backyard in palm bay, fl on 7/17/12
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