Beautiful Butterfly shot taken in Weaslehead Park -Calgary
Luge Track at night - Canada Olympic Park - Calgary,AB
Tunnel walk/pathway under the highway in Calgary,AB with cool art(graffiti) on th walls.. The pathway is sheer ice... The end of the tunnel looks like a portal or gateway...
Largest shigle foreshore in Europe, a place of rear plants and birds. Enigmatic fishing hulks and flotsom.
Shot taken in Waterton National Park - Alberta..
Macro shot taken in neighbor's garden
This is a closeup of a belt on a belly dancing costume. When I saw the colors, I just had to take the picture.
Green River overlook at Canyonlands National Park in Utah.
Canyon Antelope in Arizona.
Tiger Lilly after the rain in the backyard.
Banded Garden Spider in Backyard in autumn.
Underside of a Blood Root leaf in the backyard.
Colorful lizard lounging on a Hibiscus plant.
Lake Erie ice crack at sunrise, leading somewhere to downtown Buffalo, NY.
This is a primitave cypress lake that the Chipola River runs through on its way to the larger Apalachicola River. The lake makes one think of the land of dinos. Sometimes it is lined with egrets and sometimes the water is very low. The cypress knees...
Yosemite Meadow in a snow storm.
Mesa Arch in Canyonlands National Park near Moab, Utah.
Also labeled: Deserts, Historic Locations, Landscapes, Light, Natural Wonders, Nature, Red, Sun & Sky
Hiking upstream from Schwabacher's landing in Grand Teton National Park found me standing beside a pebble/rock lined stream. Before the sun ever rose and created harsh lighting, I shot a series of images capturing the colors of the rocks, using a...
Also labeled: Abstract
I spotted these icicles in the middle of the Shoshone River west of Cody, Wyoming just as the first sunlight began to hit them. Somewhat concerned for my safety but determined to get the shot, I belly crawled on the ice into the middle of the river...
Sometimes, capturing the background of a nighttime portrait as just as important as capturing the subject itself. Long ago, in a distant place, a camera designer made the decision to set the shutter speed to 1/60 of a second when the flash is...
One very fat but agile porcupine. When shooting this fat furry critter, I actually had no idea or clue what it was, until it was on the ground in front of me lol
Also labeled: Animals, Black & White, Forests, Grass, Landscapes, Light, Natural Wonders, Nature, Scenic Routes, Seasons, Sun & Sky, Trees, Wildlife
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