A beam of light reaches Horsetail Falls in Yosemite National Park.
Sunrise reflect in the flooded salt flats in Death Valley National Park.
A looming wave lit by the setting sun is about to crash through a tunnel carved through solid rock by wave action.
McWay Falls, lit by the last light of the setting sun.
Walking underneath the falls is fun in the summer, but you'd never make it on a day like this. Everything is frozen from the mist.
Looking over the falls from the American side gives you a unique perspective on the power of the water that goes over 24/7. It amazed me that flowers are able to survive and thrive in the face of all that power.
This aspen was just catching the last rays before the sun set behind the mountain.
Tour group at the bottom of Maligne Canyon observing the frozen falls
Frozen falls on the walls of Maligne Canyon in Jasper National Park
Was looking all around on this tour of Maligne Canyon but looked up and grabbed this shot from the bottom of the canyon
People from tour group at the bottom of frozen Falls in Maligne Canyon on an Ice Walk tour
Time exposure of the Arch.
Beautiful vineyard in the Stellenbosch wine region near Cape Town, South Africa
The setting sun cast rays above the mountains while backlight lighting the wildfire smoke. The picture barely does justice to the amazing scene I saw that day.
Photo taken while on safari in Kenya in early March 2011. Photo cleaned up and enhanced with Photoshop CS5.
Shot during a winter swell on the North Shore of Oahu.
Sunday Evening at World Famous Makaha Surfing Beach
Nikon D100, 28-200mm Tamron lens at 200mm, 1/1000s, f/8, no flash
There was a cold snap and lots of moisture in the air the night before, which produced rime frost on everything. I got up for sunrise and went to Helen Hunt Falls to photograph the frosty wonderland. The challenge was to photograph quickly after the...
Every year the Sandhill Cranes migrate from New Mexico and stop at the Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuge in March to refuel for the next leg of their migration to Yellowstone National Park. There are thousands of cranes that visit this marshy area...
This was my first time visiting the Grand Canyon and I had arrived very late the night before. I went to Mather Point for sunrise, not knowing how crowded it would get. I wanted to take a unique perspective from this point, since it is the most...
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They call it "Picture Lake" for a reason! Mt. Shuskan is reflected in the water, and the undergrowth gives a splash of autumn color!
Stars behind double arch
Mallard peeking/periscoping up from the flowers.
Fall in the Smokies
Rolling clouds over Big Sur at the Treebones Lodge
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