The Eastern Sierra Nevada range is reflected in an alkali pond just after sunrise.
4000 year old petroglygh taken in the valley of fire
This image was taken in Tuolumne County at Natural Bridge. Shutter speed was slowed down to capture water movement.
The cool mornings of snow camping in Kings Canyon National Park led to these beautiful morning mists
Young man looking at the dry soil, praying for rain
Early morning sunrise in Siletz Bay. This is a composite of three images merged in Photomatrix Pro with adjustments in Lightroom.
Beautiful classic cruiser at the end of the dock presented a wonderful image of chrome and light.
Camp Prong in The Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
A large wild horse ranch near Fallon Nevada.
Walking through the town of Karwar buying food and came across these colorful women selling colorful fruit.
Low tide just after sundown looking west from Eastshore State Park on San Francisco Bay.
Located at the end of a wonderful 2 mile hike. On the way you will pass beautiful "Upper Kentucky Falls". The trail is well kept. There is an elevation change of 800 feet, It took me 45 minutes in and one hour out. There is a fine viewing platform at...
This was actually a sunflower growing in a pot off my back porch, at my previous home in Centerville, Ohio. I was fortunate to have excellent eastern exposure to a sunrise horizon, which made morning photography of these subjects ideal.
Flower shop just North of the main square.
All of the people in this shot seem to be imitating the stance of the sculpture in the bottom left corner. Hand held from the mezzanine floor of the National Gallery of Victoria through the front 'water' window facade of the building.
The Grand Canyon is so awe inspiring that it is hard to get a photo that shows the grandeur of it. I felt pretty good about this one. I felt that the high contrast in the canyon and the clouds was really brought out in the picture.
I asked Katie to show me how to use her new butterfly net. She promptly caught her Daddy and beamed with pride at her quick thinking innovation.
A lone bench waiting patiently for a vistor. The fog & light made this area feel welcoming.
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We found this old frame in the attic. David put it to his face and started hamming it up. I grabbed my camera and watched until I saw the essence of his personality and fired away.
I was headed back east after a day hike to the top of Laramie Peak. There were many fields (of wheat??) with a storm moving in.
I was wearing a headlamp that includes a red light, which I turned on the old, closed bridge structure to get that color there.
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