The commercial fishing fleet is in as the sunsets turning the clouds and the water brilliant shades of pink. Port Hardy, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada
In this image there are several factors occurring all at once. Shallow water, which is flowing rapidly, colors are the influence of the fall colored leaves and the pattern in the water is the result of the way the pebbles lay on the shallow bottom of the brook. Finally the light was high overhead on a bright blue sky day in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, North Carolina
A narrow moss covered walk bridge leads through the humid rainforest on the Nahwitti River Trail. Vancouver Island, British Columbia
Looking up through the trees the sky appears to be painted with fall color. Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee
After a long winter, with blue skies above, the sun is shining high upon Craig Pass, while the trees are still up to their trunks in deep snow. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
San Josef Bay at low tide displays vertical columns of rock called sea stacks with, what looks like, bonsai trees growing out of their tops. Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada
Yellowstone’s Lower falls also known as the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone shows the ice and snow beginning to melt as the Yellowstone River thunders into the canyon below. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
The steaming hot thermals at Midway Geyser Basin spilling into the Firehole River reveals a herd of Bison standing in the billowing steam looking for a way to cross. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
With the blue sky days of Autumn nearly gone, the color at its peak, a storm front is moving in signaling winter is not far behind. Oxbow Bend, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
The colors of fall in a still life scene of red and green apples overflowing an old wooden bucket held together by its rusted hoops. Photographed at sunset in St. Johns, Newfoundland, Canada.
South Falls surrounded by lush green vegetation with its water falling 177 feet is one of 10 waterfalls located in Silver Falls State Park, Oregon.
This magnificent glacier waterfall plunges more than 300 feet into the canyon below providing one of Yellowstone National Park’s most breathtaking sights. As we approach one of the many wonderful views of the falls we here the tremendous thundering roar of the water falling into the narrow canyon below. Exposure to the elements caused the rocks to change colors. The iron in the rocks is actually rusting giving the walls of the canyon a rusty red color. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Since 1995 the city of Lunenburg in Nova Scotia, Canada became a UNESCO World Heritage Site,
Blue Rocks is a small fishing village located a short distance from Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. At the end of the narrow road through Blue Rocks is a protected harbor where small boats seek shelter. Colorful fishing shacks, boats and lobster traps add to this picturesque scene.
Fishing stages adorn the harbor and coastline. Twillingate was once a very busy fishing village but over the years fishing has dwindled all over Newfoundland. Twillingate, Newfoundland, Canada
This old cabin, photographed at the peak of fall color, provoking memories of a simpler time. Located in the Roaring Fork Historic District of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee
A still life scene of vegetables, gourds and fall colored foliage photographed at sunset in St. Johns, Newfoundland, Canada.
As the beams of light shown from the heavens above, the pathway to heaven appeared before us as we board a ship, heading to Newfoundland. North Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada
The John Moulton Barn on Mormon Row, at the base of the Tetons, photographed at midnight. using light painting, a special technique, the stars, the barn, and the Tetons are all revealed. Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
A young bull elk (Cervus canadensis) stands in silhouette watching a distant fly fisherman on the Madison River at sunrise, as the steamy fog rises off the water turning it a bright orange during the fall rut. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.
Upper Mesa Falls, elevation 5,600 feet located in Targhee National Forest outside Ashton, Idaho. A.k.a. Big Falls is a powerful yet beautiful waterfall at 300 feet wide, dropping about 114 feet on the Henrys Fork of the Snake River.
With a light dusting of snow and a breath of wind our image was made in the mirror at South Twin Lakes in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
The “experts” say the mountain pine beetle is a native insect that, along with fire, does play a role in the regeneration of lodge pole pines. The hard cone of the pines won’t open without a hot fire. When the cones open they dump their seed creating a thick forest of trees of the same age. When the trees hit 80 to 90 years old they weaken. The beetles then kill the trees, creating more dry fuel for the fires…
Salvage Harbor located in the Eastport peninsula is well protected by steep, encircling hills. The wooden dwellings, fish stores and fishing stages are neatly nestled in the circular harbor. Salvage Harbor, Newfoundland, Canada
A gnarly, windswept tree silhouetted by the bright orange sunset, as a bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) soars through the scene. Assateague Island National Seashore. Assateague State Park, and the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge, Maryland
It has been a bitter cold winter throughout the Yellowstone region. Yellowstone Lake and its shoreline are still in the grasp of old man winter. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Once burned from the fires in Yellowstone National Park, now bleached by the suns rays. The forest continues to weather each season. This portion of Yellowstone’s forest bares witness as it continues to weather each storm one at a time. Wyoming