What fun, watching these guys flying through the air, synchronized swimming. Krill...beware!
The belt road on the way to the beach at sunset
My expedition pals dropped four zodiacs in the water off the back of the Sea Spirit when we saw two humpbacks swimming nearby. Worth the effort...the humpbacks saw us too, and spent 45 minutes swimming all around us. This big guy go so close to the...
Afternoon in Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.
Getting low and close to the waves is always an exciting endevour. No camera gear was harmed in the making of this image. Rodeo Beach, California.
Was coming home on a cruise ship and looking off to the side found this small rain cloud with a beautiful rainbow.
Okefenokee Swamp is a shallow, 438,000 acre peat filled wetland straddling the Georgia – Florida border in the United States. http://www.fws.gov/okefenokee/
decided to take a trip to view the falls at Enders State Forest in Granby CT. There are at least 5 falls. I got some good shots of 3 of them but had to leave as it would be getting dark soon.
7 miles away in Folkston or thereabouts: Folkston, GA is a pretty typical small South Georgia town offering other overnight accommodations. Folkston has a Hospital, Doctors, gas, fast food joints, golf course, skeet shooting, a hand full of restaurant...
A hiking trail through a rhododendron tunnel disappears into the fog near Craggy Gardens on the Blue Ridge Parkway. Foggy conditions on the hiking trails in the Blue Ridge Mountains is always a great sight to see, making for landscapes that have a...
I named this image "Touched by Grace". I shot this amazing scene from the Appalachian Trail at Jane's Bald looking over Roan Mountain. With the mix of great light on the grassy bald in the mid-ground, the rhododendron flowers at peak bloom, rays of...
I hope that you might take a moment to look at the examples of Northern Lights,this eerily beautiful phenomenon that mankind has gazed upon in wonderment down the ages. Sincerely yours, Olgeir Andresson
This is a low-angle view of Niagara Falls with autumn colors.
Sun was setting over Lake Tahoe on the Nevada side. We stopped to take in the golden hour on the pine trees.
I was hiking along the Rim Trail at the Grand Canyon among a large group of people, and this guy just popped up over the wall to say hello.
During a spring break backpacking trek with some of my college roommates, we found sanctuary from our homework and tests in the remote canyons of the Havasupai Indian Reservation and Havasu Falls. The water was a little chilly in mid-March, but we...
late afternoon light in the Giant Forest
Rushing water below Hiji Falls in central Okinawa island. A light misty rain was falling with a slight breeze that captures the movement of the tree branches.
An iconic viewpoint in the National Rec Area, but in off season, few see this stunning color combination. Red, White, Blue, just like our flag! Flaming Gorge received it's name from John Wesley Powell on his famous float trip through these canyons...
We had just left town, and two miles out, a snow fence had caught this drift. I had to wait for a road plow to finish behind me before getting the shot I wanted. It reminds me so much of surf breaking on a beach.
Straddling the Utah/Wyoming boundary, Linwood bay is a boater's dream, even in winter. This especially calm morning as the fog lifted, a boat came cruising up the bay just as I gave up. It made a static scenic picture come alive.
View of the Fraser valley & Mt.Baker WA in the early morning
The light was perfect as the sun rose over Mono Lake.
A contrail mixed in with the winter sunset over the pacific.
This was taken on 1/24/12 at 6:30 pm when the large solar flare bombarded the earth. This red color went on for more than an hour. It was an amazing thing to see.
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