Rapids along Abrams Creek on the way to Abrams Falls in Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee
On a trip several years back with my daughter, we headed into Utah and visited Bryce Canyon National Park.
The sun finally began to peak over the horizon, and I set up for this shot and waited for the sun to arise to the top of the pine tree at the rim. Now the Grand Canyon here looks very different from the other views further down the canyon. The rim here is far apart and the layers and layers of buttes and mesas seem endless.
The last of the blizzard at Grand Canyon National Park just at sunset. An amazing view of the sunlit clouds and snowfall.
Sedona is one of those places where I have to visit a number of times before I can begin to capture the kind of photographs I know I can get. It's a matter of getting to know a place, to learn it's moods, to learn how the light works in such a magical place.
Some roads out west seem to go on forever. Like this black and white photograph from northern Arizona heading into the Hopi Nation. The state highway here does on straight for over 20 miles. It seems to go on forever...
Continuing with a winter theme, comes this black and white photograph from Portland Maine. The Deering Oaks is the main park in the city, and I happened to be there in the middle of winter during a snow storm. Being from there, the Oaks as we called it, was always a peaceful and quiet place during a snowfall. And I tried to capture that feeling in this artwork.
Keeping with a snowy theme, today's photograph comes to us from South Portland, Maine - specifically from Fort Preble - during a snowstorm.
Today's photograph is from the coast of Maine, and is a black and white of perhaps that most iconic lighthouse, Portland Headlight.
A new feature of 2018, this is my Photograph of the Day. Today's photograph is from Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada, just 40 minutes north of Las Vegas just off I-15.
A new feature of 2018, a photograph of the day from my archives. Today's photograph is the front columns from the Temple of Saturn in the Roman Forum in Rome. The phrase, Senatvs Popvlvsqve Romanvs is translated as "The Senate and the People of Rome."
A new feature of 2018, I am going to present a photograph of the day. The daily photograph can also be found on Instagram. Today's photograph comes from a recent visit to Sedona, Arizona. Enjoy!