Frozen waterfall at the base of Mount Timpanogos, Battle Creek Falls.
Frozen waterfall at the base of Mount Timpanogas, Battle Creek Falls.
Very cool barn and foliage on approach to Powder Horn Bay, Coeur d'Alene Lake. Ask permission of landowner accross the highway.
AUTUMN ON THE LAKE AT THE REFUGE
Sunrise on the shore of Bear Lake, with a boat in the background.
Sunset with the frozen Utah Lake.
We drove up on the Dalton Highway haul road out of Fairbanks. It was mid August and the fire weed and fall colors were exploding. I shot some slide film and some digital. This is a view of the Brooks Range above Weissman but below Prudhoe Bay. I...
Even though it was spring, winter storms still had a grip on the island. Storm after storm blew through as I shot roll after roll. You can see the sleet on the ground, so you know it was cold! As one storm would move out, another usually was right...
I usually steer clear of touristy things but I wanted to see the wonders of Glacier Bay. I am glad I did, as we got there on the one day the sun was out and the wind was fairly calm! I am on a moving boat so tripod and deep depth of field was out of...
The Bagley Lakes are located in a little basin at the base of Table Mountain, near Mount Baker and Mount Shuksan in the North Cascades. As a resident of nearby Bellingham, WA I spend an inordinate amount of time in these mountains hiking, exploring...
I just happened upon this beautiful barn in the middle of a heavy snowfall along my route I drive doing sales. I always carry a camera with me and was glad to have it to capture the beauty of the storm.
Soft pastel sunrise.
We watched this male grizzly for hours on this snowy Spring day, as he made his way across the snow, through the Oxbow and willows...it was a great day!
This is the view from the beach at Fort Macon looking out across the ocean to Shackleford Banks. The Cape Lookout lighthouse is in the background.
Also labeled: Historic Locations, Islands, Landscapes, Natural Wonders, Nature, Scenic Routes, Water
A bumblebee landing briefly to gather nectar
Field in Ardennes in France during very bad weather. I was on a trip for some photographs when I saw this field giving very sad impression through its specific texture.
This area was so peaceful with the sounds of the water rushing by. I enjoyed sitting and watching these two swim up the river against the current only to submit to it and float back down again. The male duck went everywhere the female did!
Also labeled: Forests
Beautiful! What more can you say?
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