Manual Mode, Matrix Metering, Aperture:f/8, Shutter 1/80, ISO 400. Focal Length 70mm Polarizor. Ten second delay timer.
Standing on Stephan Bridge Rd looking East
Childhood swimming hole re-visited
Driving by this brilliant yellow maple against the blue house was calling out to me to photographed. I read somewhere where one should never pass up a photo opportunity if at all possible. Nothing worse than saying to yourself "I should have".
Perfect red autumn color
after a night in Craters of the Moon, I saw this beautiful Blazing Star. Such an amazing flower to grow in and around the lava flows of Southern Idaho.
Mountain in Lake Cowanesque Area.
I had never been to Grand Teton in the Autumn. We decided to get up early for this shot (3:00am in West Yellowstone), were at the turnout around 5am and set up, hearing elk in the area and watching and hoping that the clouds would not totally obscure...
Bodie State Historic Park is a genuine California gold-mining ghost town
Storm chasing in tornado alley brought great results this year. This was the most colorful and amazing tornado I have witnessed and photographed to date...
Back side of Longs Peak taken from Bear lake trail in RMNP
One very cold Friday in early February while I was driving around,I passed this old barn and farmhouse. The sky blue was magnificent against this country winter backdrop. The colors just come forth.
Sunset at Red Mountain Pass.....straight print, no photoshop..
This was taken outside of Haines Alaska along the Highway following the Chilkat River. Beautiful area, especially in the fall.
Picture takin of the front side of Longs Peak near Hwy 7
What you see is what you get.
On the road to North Lake, looking back towards Sabrina Lake basin
Reclaimed land, the island of palms is all that remains of a median that ran in the middle of a farm road. This is the headwaters to the St Johns River and is known as Stickmarsh.
Wild sunflowers on a farm road in the Flint Hills just west of Bazaar. It was a perfect morning.
Clouds hang low as mountains from the Chugach Range rise above Turnagain Arm
This poor little guy looks sad, like he's been banished from all of the other Goblins in the background! Took this photo on my way back from teaching a panorama workshop in Capitol Reef National Park this past September.
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