Sun & Sky
I just love to wander among the beautiful granite peaks of the High Sierra during stormy conditions, and this evening was one of my favorites. Beauty in every direction!
I spend way too much time dreaming about stunning granite peaks of the high sierra, especially after summers like the last where frequent evening storms gave way to heavenly light. This evening was just like that, with fiery explosions happening all...
While hiking out to a viewpoint to see the sunrise over Ayers Rock, I was treated to this fantastic sunrise.
I am always asked if this is upside down. It is right side up and the sky is caught in the reflection on this pond.
I captured this sunrise across Mesquite Dunes in Death Valley National Park after two days of fierce winds and rain hammered the park. The morning skies cleared, painting the trackless dunes with pure golden glow.
I was traveling to work on Interstate 40 when the skies lit up. I couldn't resist taking photos, so I was late for work.
The photo was taken as my wife and I were driving home from California to Texas. As we were going through Arizona in the evening we saw this incredible sunset. I stopped the car on the side of the road and ran up and down the roadside fence to try to...
Sun peeking through the storm Clouds
Sunsets are always the most beautiful after a storm on the lake. Living on an island with a western exposure is fantastic. This picture is of the Varney Islands on Lake Winnipesaukee, N. H.
Last summer we had quite the thunderstorms and there were some beautiful skies after. This is one of those beautiful skies that only God can paint!
Sunset over Lake Michigan at the entrance to New Buffalo Harbor.
Lenticular clouds resembled a flying angel -
The pastel colors of an early sunrise reflecting off of the remaining storm clouds out at sea.
Sunset after late afternoon thunderstorm
A winter storm was approaching while the autumn sun was setting. This is the best of about 20 shots taken over a 10 minute period.
As an afternoon shower was fading away I ventured into Garden of the Gods and was able to capture its most iconic monolith, Kissing Camels Rock, as the clouds were clinging to the foothills of the mountains.
While at a cabin in mid September we awoke to this beautiful scene in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. It was all melted away by the next morning.
A blazing summer sunset over the rocky shores of Lake Michigan.
Single Exposure, no HDR. Time's Up. This is probably my last shot of Lake Tahoe for years and years to come. Normally I write lengthy story for each of my shot, but not this one, it's meaningless trying to find a story where you don't have...
Also labeled: Black & White, Exotic Places, Grayscale, Landscapes, Light, Natural Wonders, Nature, Scenic Routes, Seasons, Water
Single exposure, no HDR. I captured this amazing rock formation at Hole In The Wall Beach, near Santa Cruz. The tide is high today otherwise the rock will not be covered by the sea like what I saw from my last 2 visits. I studied the wave...
Taken on a summer night at City Park Lake in Denver, Colorado. The fountain changes colors and sprays all evening long. Part of the downtown Denver Skyline can be seen in this sunset view.
Also labeled: Light
Chatfield State Park at Sunset. The sunset of the foothills of the Rocky Mountains from Chatfield Reservoir.
Also labeled: Light
Long Exposure take of the Pier in Old Orchard Beach Maine.
In mid May of 2011, Yosemite received a rare snowfall. By early afternoon, the storm was clearing and the Valley was amazing.
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