A Great Grey Owl collects snow flakes on his face as the flakes on his head melt into beads of water. Photographer Mike Jackson and I were photographing this great grey owl hunting in this meadow. The owl harvested a vole, ate it then flew over and...
On a trip to the Smokies, a friend suggested visiting a couple of old grist mills, and the Glade's grist mill was by far the most beautiful from every angle. The Fall colors of the trees really made it special, aided by an overcast sky.
On a trip to Japan, we visited the Japanese Snow Monkeys in the Japanese Alps. No food is allowed in the area, so the Snow Monkeys essentially ignore the visiting people. It's quite cold during the Winter, and the Snow Monkeys have learned to enjoy...
Pickeral Frog hiding in a small brook along the Stud Mill ROad, Pocomoonshine Mountain, Princeton, Maine.
Melting snow creates ice-like formation with very intricate reflections.
early morning mist and sunrise after days of rain on the shores of Lake Placid NY in the Adirondacks
Hiking under the Rim in early April snow, around a bend in the trail awaited this dramatic sunset glow on the Canyon towers.
In early spring, melted snow makes Yosemite Valley alive again with the movement of rivers and waterfalls. I visited this location the first time this spring and was breath taken by it's wide angle view and multiple waterfalls. I captured this with...
Eagle in flight over Pembroke, Maine along Route 1. Great area for wildlife, including eagles, moose, bear all year long. Many trails in the area. Pembroke, Maine is near Moosehorn National Refuge and Cobscook Bay State Park.
Rainbow and sunset over the Yampa River with the Steamboat Ski Area in background
This was taken last March 25, 2011. Just being in the right place at the right time... It's been a 9 years since I work here in Kuwait, and this is the first time I saw a Massive Sand storm approaching and trying to embrace you.
Early morning light and fog enhance an already dramatic landscape. Being in a place like Arches National Park during conditions like these was an unforgettable experience. I attempted to capture just a hint of what the mood actually was in the park...
the tree represents a life all lonely and full of mist but still standing...to fight..its amazing
the pic is a mystic we can feel the aura of nature with the fire and earth together..
F/11 AT 1/2000 SEC. LOWER FALLS OF THE YELLOWSTONE RIVER
GEYSER HOTSPRING IN YELLOWSTONE
This is a dam located on the Little Satilla River called Zirkle. There was a sawmill town here in the early 1900's but nothing is here now but the dam that was built in 1918.
This is a steel dam built in 1918 across the Little Satilla River. When the water rises it puts off foam when it hits the dark water below that makes for a great slow shutterspeed silky look.
The open plains of Yellowstone National Park
These beautiful swans were busy grooming themselves on an icy morning on the Madison River in Yellowstone Park.
Also labeled: Black & White
waves crashing in the beach near the resort
Small patch of pack ice encountered.
Clintonville is a neighborhood in Columbus, Ohio that is defined by a series of ravines. Adena Brook flows through one of the northern ravines in the Overbrook area eventually finding its way to the Olentangy River. The slate sides of the ravines and...
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