Hands always tell a story and here you can see the wood stain from working daily making this fine veneer.
Who would have thought simple clothes pins would be the choice of his wood worker, yet they obviously do their job well.
Taken early in the morning on the way to Los Angeles - Zyzyxx Rd off the I-15.
After taken several pictures of the sunset, I started to walk to a new position and glanced down. I noticed this lone feather and the light reflecting over it.
The possible catastrophic collapse of the bee population in the US inspired me to take a look into their world, to highlight a perspective that is ignored. Taken in natural light around 11am.
The sight of colorful varieties of cactii blooming in the desert was spectacular. But being able to catch sight of a bee at work made this scene even more special.
An expose portrait of the fluidity and freedom of our experience with water. The serene and expressive motion of weightlessness is captured in the joyful expression of a child swimming at night.
Last years hot summer and drought conditions dried up a large area of the Great Salt Plains Lake. This picture was taken in the late afternoon in August, 2011.
After doing an extensive recon of the area I found this old Madrona tree on the south side of Washington Park. I returned 9 hours later and tried different compositions and then decided to get up close and personal. I used a Nikon D800 with a Nikon...
The weather in May 2012 was unpredictable at Lake Louise. I arrived at the lake at dawn, the hills were covered with dust of fresh snow from the night before. The sky was still dark and overcast. Suddenly, some light broke through the clouds and...
An old American White Pelican strikes a proud pose with colorful refelctions of early morning sun.
Just a little North of Bodega Bay I stopped and walked the beach. I sat in solitude soaking in the beauty of a stormy day. Luckily I had my camera to snap this scene.
Also labeled: Blue
All I had out was my point and shoot because of the rain. I hovered over this flower with my umbrella shielding my camera and this flower. I shot in the Macro setting on auto. The photo was processed by copying five images then running them through...
From wikipedia.org: Mossbrae Falls is one of the more scenic waterfalls in California. Approximately 50 ft (15 m) in height and150 ft (46 m) wide, the falls are fed by springs, which course down the canyon wall, and into the Sacramento River,...
While on a weekend shoot in the Alabama Hills Area, I happened a upon this scene which emphasizes the differences of color and light upon their distances. Nice blends with stark contrast at the same time. Monumental Mt. Whitney in the background...
Also labeled: Abstract, Blue, Exotic Places, Historic Locations, Landscapes, Light, Monuments, Natural Wonders, Nature, Red, Scenic Routes, Seasons
Winter came rather late last year. As I was walking down the lakeside trail on afternoon, I spotted this amazing life sitting on the ground underneath a bench. Even on that chilly day, they live endlessly.
Quirky Chopped Microbus in from of Bombfire Pizza in Sabula, Iowa, and island town on the Mississippi.
This is a photo of Great Egret with its reflection taken at Gatorland.
This photo was taken at Midtown Atlanta looking straight up info the cloudy sky and was surrounded various buildings.
Until I looked at this picture blown up, I never realized how amazing elephants were. This shot just really expresses their personality.
Also labeled: Animals
An extreme close up of the bacteria mat in Yellowstone.
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