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.
The summers sun gently sets behind the buildings of the big apple looking down 42nd street, New York City
Scotland Bauchaille Etive More in Glen Coe by Scott Donschikowski
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.
Church Mountain Falls
I think this still might be my all-time favorite photo. Kirkjufellsfoss. Just amazing.
Zion Canyon. Wow I never thought light could look like lava flowing down the walls of the rock. The only other time I've seen anything close to this was in Yosemite during the seasonal "firefall" waterfall.
Three fishing skiffs sit anchored and basking in the midday sun somewhere off the coast of Barbados
The Fjaðrárgljúfur Canyon in south iceland is flanked on both sides by 300 foot cliffs formed by the Fjaðrá river.
Scotland Rattray Head Lighthouse by Scott Donschikowski
The lighthouse of Petit Minou during a summer storm near Brest, France
Cedar Creek Grist
The Cedar Creek Grist Mill is one of only a few working grist mills in the world ans still is in operation today, although not commercially.
Palouse falls in the summer, 198 feet of pure terror, from a vantage point of 230 feet of pure terror.
Battery Godrey Sunset
Some amazing high clouds overhead on a cool winter evening out on the salt flat of badwater basin.
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.
The Alvord Desert. Summer monsoons closing in. Perfectly legal to just drive out there and find your moment of zen.