Beautiful mossy roof on a hike in fall at Green Mnt. Nature Trail in Huntsville, AL
A Luna moth just recently hatched is drying out its wings.
Path through the dunes at Cranes Beach.
Gray rainy day in Boston reflected in the glass of The Intercontinental Hotel.
Thousands of Snow Geese migrate here every november.
A small butterfly, but one of the most colorful of the Italian countryside
Trees near the Montezuma's Castle.
Big foot lives . . . in the Perryville City Park!
I found the undergrowth to be every bit as stunning as the golden leaves above in this Aspen grove in Northern Utah.
My version of the famous Archangel Cascades in the Zion back-country.
Sunset Beach has quickly become one of my favorite places to do photography here in my neck of the woods. It's a great spot and not very many people seem to know about it which makes it all the better. Part of what I enjoy about landscape photography...
This is a lightly processed HDR panorama of one of the most incredible sunsets I have ever watched. I am incredibly happy with how this shot turned out. Yet, humbly I will admit that it definitely doesn't do justice to actually being there.
You can see the sand being blown around just a little bit in this shot. I won't lie, this is nothing compared to the amount of sand in the sky when I got up to the top. Crazy stuff. I really did enjoy myself though!
Lying on the forest floor and looking up! Aspen aglow, sky azure blue, and one puffy, little cloud. An autumn day to cherish and be remembered.
Dew drops covered the neighbors flower garden. The side angle of the Dahlia highlighted the petal color variations and the texture of the morning moisture.
Also labeled: Blooms
A rainbow of colors in this Eucalyptus tree bark.
In using my tripod, I was able to slow the shutter just enough to capture the movent in the leaves. Helping create the water color look I was expecting.
Nearly identical pair of butterflies...just at the perfect moment
Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes
This image was taken in the Leslie Gulch Scenic Area which is in southeast Oregon in the Owyhee high desert area. The rock cliffs are Tufa formations that are known for the strange honeycomb pockets formed by erosion.
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