Entering Sequoia National Park is akin to entering the 'Land of the Lost'. The experience is almost as if you have become somehow smaller. This was one of my last photos of the day as the sun faded. I love how the majestic giant is back-lit in the...
Early spring morning in Wind Lake, Wisconsin
Walking in the forest after a good amount of rain proved for great reflections. My first use of a fisheye lense as an experiment--I had never used such a lense before and was surprised at the detail it provided in the reflection.
A new neighborhood is being put together, but the developer left the natural beauty of the mature trees on the border of the property line. It was one of those nights when the colors present augmented the presence of the moon. The winter-bare trees...
A Golden Silk (Banana) spider enjoys a snack.
The tranquility of the photograph is in the mix of water and the tree as it seems to be Reaching Out...
Frosted landscape afer a moist cold night.
These were the first Palm Trees we saw in person on our trip to Florida.
Incredible views flank US Hwy 82 just east of Crosbyton, Tx. This is one of the more scenic views of the Caprock Canyons.
A pair of horses grazing in a field on a wet day with low clouds hanging over the mountians behind them.
Driving home from work I noticed the clouds haning low over the field. I pulled over and fired off 3 bracketed shots then combined them in Photomatix to maintain the surreal look I witnessed that day.
Set up an hour before sunrise to make sure I caught the sun on the moutain peaks. The perfectly still water is the result of a very large beaver dam. It was cold but definitely worth the wait.
Taken in late May. this was my favorite spot in Yellowstone. Had to drag myself away after two hours of wandering and shooting.
After a long hike through the forest of the Pictured Rock National Lakeshore, we were greeted with views of calm, clear, (and unfortunately cold) Lake Superior.
On a fall color drive in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, I stopped to photograph the tress along the shore of Lake Anne Louise. I was pleasantly surprised to find this apparently abandoned and partially waterlogged rowboat.
These monkeys were huddled on a tree branch about 125 feet above the Monteverde Rainforest floor. We spotted them while walking on a suspension bridge through the forest.
This hawk came around looking for some breakfast from the sparrows and finches that come to my feeder. He tried diving in from several locations including my neighbors tree where you see him here.
A five, or ten point buck (depending on how you count them) checking the scents left on the bushes by the other deer in the area.
Snow Geese landing in the cornfields at Middle Creek Wildlife Mgmt Area. Panned camera as the geese came into land.
Also labeled: Landscapes
These monkeys were huddled on a tree branch about 125 feet above the Monteverde Rainforest floor. We spotted them while walkingon a suspension bridge through the forest.
The river has just started to open up and i love the look of it against the bright snow.
Also labeled: Water
We have several Cardinals that are on our property. This male shows up every winter.
While on our way to Sky top to pick fresh apples one beautiful fall day in October we drove by this field that bordered the highway. Many people honked at me to get out of the way but the shot was worth it in the end!
Also labeled: Blue, Forests, Grass, Green, Landscapes, Natural Wonders, Nature, Scenic Routes, Seasons, Sun & Sky
Up in the mountains of NC is a apple orchard called Grand Dads. I went there with my family during the peak season in the fall and saw this beautiful tree surrounded by hay and couldn't help but grab a shot or two before leaving.
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