A nice hike in the forest interrupted by thick fog and spiky trunks of dead trees reaching up from the ground.
Sunset atop a glacial runoff of Mt. Hood in Oregon.
Abiqua Falls in the winter with a mossy overhang.
A stunning sunrise on Mt. Hood in Oregon shot and stitched into a 200 megapixel image. The detail and tones of the photo are simply stunning!
Waves crash against the steep black rocks as birds fly against a warm sunset.
Catching the last rays of sunlight, a wave sweeping in with its blue shadow.
A tree in the Tualatin River Nature Preserve during the early morning as a layer of ground fog covers the area and a flock of migratory birds fly overhead.
Mt. Rainier National Park
Sunrise over the peak of Mt Hood taken at Jonsrud Viewpoint.
Haystack Rock at Cannon Beach during a beautiful low tide morning.
Several severed tree stumps in a field of fog as rain falls.
The bright morning sunrise hits the coast on a nearly overcast day in late November. The rocky coast of southern Maine shows off its beauty.
Sitting underneath the beautiful and wonderful sand falls in iconic Upper Antelope Canyon.
The deep reds of the rocks and the dark blues and purples of the sky at sunset.
A handful of beautiful curvy trees in the UK.
Delicate Arch in Arches National Park during a fresh snowfall.
A freak snowstorm hit the Columbia River Gorge making for an incredible and completely different landscape around Wahclella Falls.
The haunting of Upper Antelope Canyon.
The area of Acitrezza is where the cyclops threw the rocks into the sea from the famous story of the Odyssey.
Fall time in Silver Falls State Park at the South Falls.
The lines and drama of the tones found in northern Arizona's slot canyons.
One of my favorite things to do in photography is to stand in some moving water.
Mt. Hood National Forest - Mirror Lake
Panther Creek Falls during the late summer
I went back up to Mount Hood to shoot White River Son Park again with the heavier snow that arrived over the last couple weeks. This spot really does shine when snow covers everything! This image was taken very early during the blue hour to give many gradual tones and hues of blue.
Intentional camera movement used to create a nice effect among a set of trees in the PNW.