"Synchronicity is an ever-present reality for those who have eyes to see it." (-Carl Jung) Sometimes it seems there is so much chaos in the world that it can be difficult to find any order. While prepping for a sunset shoot, 3 beautiful geese began...
This was a spectacular sunrise from the top of Cadillac Mountain in Acadia national Park. The ISO was 200, F/a6, a/2 second exposure, and a Focal Length of 62 mm. I used a Gitzo Tripod and Arca-Swiss Head
Canyonlands is my favorite National Park, hands down. You can feel how wild it is, as vast stretches of land that can't be reached stretch out before you. I prefer to hike alone here-having someone else present is going to take your focus off of what...
The weather around the dunes changes not only from day to day, hour to hour, but minute to minute. The light came across the dunes for only a few minutes before they return to shadow.
This is a photo of the delicate wind patterns etched in the dunes. The ISO was 200, F/18, 1/30th second exposure, and a Focal Length of 135 mm. I used a Gitzo Tripod and Arca-Swiss Head.
The crystal clear waters of Saint Mary Lake in Glacier National Park would have been amazing at sunrise, but with how clear and calm the lake was on this mid-day pass through, it still made for a beautiful landscape photo op.
Not a lot has changed in the 74 years since Ansel Adams photographed the Teton Mountain range from the Snake River Overlook. Today's shots from the overlook are almost the same except for the pine trees in the foreground, they have had 74 years to...
On the way to dinner we passed the Oxbow and I saw that the entire landscape was bathed in magenta. This was a must stop for me. It was a marvelous spectacle of nature. The wind was strong so I upped the ISO a bit to 400. F/14, 1/2 sceond exposure,...
"Sunset Swirl:" The clouds seemed to swirl overhead just as a bit of sunset color started to infuse them in Prescott, Arizona.
Wispy clouds rise like a plume of smoke above Watson Lake during a sunset in Prescott.
This is one of the most areas in the United States that I have ever visited. To get to Upper Cathedral Valley from Torrey required two hours over near impassible roads with a hired guide and his all terrain vehicle. But once there the effort was...
Spectacular sunsets can be photographed from the Oxbow in Grand Teton National Park. For this one the ISO was 200, F/14, 1/10th second exposure, and a Focal Length of 65 mm.
The Abyss has wonderful color and clarity. This is my abstract version of it. The ISO was 200, F/16, 1/40th second exposure, and a Focal Length of 75 mm.
This is the view from the Snake River Overlook. The landscape has changed some (tree growth) since Ansel Adams' classic shot. So; there still are some good possibilities here forphotographers. I used an ISO of 400, F/14, 1/10th second exposure, and...
The Grand Canyon is glorious at sunset. It is never quite the same each time I witness a sunset from the rim. The ISO was 320, F/16, 2,5 second exposure, and a Focal Length of 22 mm.
The rising sun lights up the clouds just before daybreak at Big Badlands Overlook in beautiful Badlands National Park in South Dakota.
This is a dramatic landscape of Denali in the last week of August. The ISO was 100, F/18, 1/40th second exposure, and a Focal Length of 130 mm. I used a Gitzo Tripod and Arca-Swiss Head.
Female Mallard Duck
Gorgeous views await in RNMP in Colorado. This is the view upon the end of a hike to Dream Lake -- one of the series of Bear Lake Trails. Just Look UP when you reach the end.
The ISO was 200, F/18, 1/8th second exposure, Focal Length 27 mm. Sunrises can be spectacular at Crater Lake National Park.
The setting sun casts long shadows on Mesquite Dunes in Death Valley. A long lens compress space, bring the far background mountains closer to the dunes.
Spring winds kick up sand plumes at sunrise on the Mesquite Dunes near Stovepipe Wells in Death Valley, CA. A slow shutter speed (1/10 sec) emphasizes the blowing sand.
A Big-tooth Maple on sinuous sandstone in the Zion high country.
Bigtooth maples leaves turn a brilliant red in Zion's High Country in fall.
A Double Rainbow accentuates fall colors while reflected in the waters of Buffalo Fork in Grand Teton National Park.
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Canada Geese bask in the morning sun at Oxbow Bend near Moran, WY. Several geese were loitering in the sun and I was set up to shoot a panorama when they started to move, so I followed them across the scene, shooting as they went, then assembled the...
Also labeled: Animals, Blue, Exotic Places, Forests, Landscapes, Light, Natural Wonders, Nature, Scenic Routes, Seasons, Sun & Sky, Trees, Water
Snow covered mountains, beautiful clouds, color on the taiga and tundra; who could ask for anything more? I used a Gitzo Tripod and Arca-Swiss Head. The ISO was 100, F/22, 1/8th second exposure, and a Focal Length of 135 mm.
a patch of wild sunflower caught my minds eye one sunny summer after noon. I was compeled to caputer the beautyful flower in a in HDR.
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