Water collects on the fallen leaves of aspens in Grand Teton National Park
Lady in the Wind
One of the more popular and most visible of the formations inside lower antelope canyon
Taken in the Dark Hedge, Ireland. Really tough place to find, but worth every moment spent in the car pulling u-turns down the wrong road.
Streets of San Juan
These blue glazed bricks make up the roadway of Old Town in Puerto Rico's capital, San Juan
Just a simple closeup of palm fronds in Castries Waterworks Forest Reserve, St Lucia
The lupine in Iceland cover the hills for miles and miles in places. Next time Ill bring a drone.
A flower study using blooms from the backyard.
Johns Hopkins Detail
A close-up shot of the Johns Hopkins Glacier, Alaska
Sunrise makes an appearance with some color at Smith Cove, Seattle
Theres nothing like hitting fall color perfectly in Grand Teton National Park.
The Gaping Maw
I found this interesting spot while walking through antelope canyon this October. It reminds me of some kind of monster from some sci-fi or fantasy movie I've watched at one time or another.
Another uniue composition in lower antelope canyon.
A tight shot of the eroded mineral compounds at Artists Palette, Death Valley National Park.
Steps Into the Turret
A walkway towards the Turret Arch, Arches National Park
Park Avenue Times
Some deadfall and the sheer walls of Navajo sandstone, Arches National Park
Wind Stone Arch
An eerily small little cave arch that can be pretty hard to find, Valley of Fire State Park.
Valley of Fire has some of the most amazing rock formations and colors in the desert southwest.
Another interesting view of the extremely photogenic road system in Valley of Fire