An acacia tree stands alone in the plains of the Mara, Kenya
Just before sunset in Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada.
Strawberries and Chocolate
One of the best hikes in Death Valley National Park that wont find on a map, the rim trail to Zabriskie Point.
Last year in the Palouse was an extremely fruitfull experience. We had found more interesting places than ever before, and a lone windmill was one of them.
I called this one "luck" because I had some pretty good luck at Olmsted Point, 3 years in a row on workshops.
The lesser known and less explored salt flats of the cottonball marsh.
High above the rolling hills on Steptoe Butte, you can see the Palouse landscape for miles.
An amazing sunset at Desert View, Grand Canyon National Park.
Sunset colors over Black Butte near Mount Shasta, CA.
The Alvord Desert. Summer monsoons closing in. Perfectly legal to just drive out there and find your moment of zen.
The Stars Above
The Milky Way shines brilliantly above the tufa formations at Mono Lake.
Some amazing high clouds overhead on a cool winter evening out on the salt flat of badwater basin.
Some fiery skies to match the fiery rocks in Valley of Fire, Nevada.
The morning sunshine through broken clouds shines dappled light upon one of Icelands prettiest landscapes
Whitman County Paradise
The rolling fields of winter wheat undulate through the Palouse region of eastern Washington. The evening light begins to cast shadows in the valleys from this view upon Steptoe Butte.
A huge dust storm forms and begins to engulf Monument Valley, AZ.
Snake River Classic
Just before the National Parks Service closed their doors and roads during the Government shutdown of Fall 2013. The weather was perfect, the fall color was perfect, the timing was not.
The Great Arenal
On the rare occaision that the volcano of Arenal is actually visible, its ever rarer that you'll see it visible with a great sunset.
The Perfect Tree
So we sat and waited for the light to change on this scene, and I never would have thought it would end up like this! Needless to say I was astonished.