Let It Snow
Let It Snow

A panorama shot of Sunset Point in Bryce Canyon this past January during 10 days of heavy snowfall.

Don't Forget Your Mittens
Don't Forget Your Mittens

As much as they have been photographed, you still can't help but shoot the Mittens (West and East) in Monument Valley - especially at sunset.

I'm Hunbry Mom
I'm Hunbry Mom

A young bison nursing in Yellowstone National Park.

Flow
Flow

The flow from Mammoth Hot Springs eventually spills down the side of the hill creating many different levels of travertine pools. 

Hulled Out
Hulled Out

The hull of the Point Reyes has seen better days as it sits grounded on the banks of Tomales Bay near Point Reyes National Seashore.

What Happened?
What Happened?

A chair still looks out a window in an old, abandoned farmhouse in the Palouse area of eastern Washington.  Who knows what caused the farm and this property to be abandoned.

Summer View
Summer View

Valley View in Yosemite National Park on a summer early afternoon in August.  Still a nice flow in the Merced River and a bit of Bridalveil Fall still cascading.  I can never resist stopping at Valley View for a shot or two on my way out of the valley.     

Twisted Beauty
Twisted Beauty

This bristlecone pine resides at about 11,000 ft. in the Patriarch Grove of the White Mountains.  Amazing trees that can survive the altitude, poor soil, and brutal winters for thousands of years.  Perhaps the twisted growth patterns are the result of these struggles.

Washed Down
Washed Down

An old tree must have succumbed to the spring runoff and washed down the middle fork of the Flathead River near Glacier National Park.

Rock It Baby
Rock It Baby

This Chinstrap penguin is bringing another rock to the nest to ensure a stable platform for the developing egg.

An Icy Perch
An Icy Perch

This small bird has found a large icy perch in the even larger expanse of Antarctic waters. Shot near Lemaire Island, Antarctica.

Thief!
Thief!

A south pole skua makes off with a Gentoo penguin egg from a colony on Cuverville Island, Antarctica.

Morning Swim
Morning Swim

A Gentoo penguin "porpoises" beside our Zodiak as we head back to our ship after a landing at Cuverville Island, Antarctica.

Antarctica!
Antarctica!

Antarctica! could use some more exclamation points.  It was that good.  On this afternoon as we cruised into Neko Harbor we had several hours of landscape shots like this from the deck of the Ushuaia.  Almost unbelievable.  

Reflecting on the Years
Reflecting on the Years

The glacial ice surrounding Neko Harbor, Antarctica, are reflected in the waters of the bay.  The ice is likely hundreds of years old and reflects more blue as the ice is more compressed thus forcing out air bubbles.

Let It Snow
Don't Forget Your Mittens
I'm Hunbry Mom
Flow
Hulled Out
What Happened?
Summer View
Twisted Beauty
Washed Down
Rock It Baby
An Icy Perch
Thief!
Morning Swim
Antarctica!
Reflecting on the Years
Let It Snow

A panorama shot of Sunset Point in Bryce Canyon this past January during 10 days of heavy snowfall.

Don't Forget Your Mittens

As much as they have been photographed, you still can't help but shoot the Mittens (West and East) in Monument Valley - especially at sunset.

I'm Hunbry Mom

A young bison nursing in Yellowstone National Park.

Flow

The flow from Mammoth Hot Springs eventually spills down the side of the hill creating many different levels of travertine pools. 

Hulled Out

The hull of the Point Reyes has seen better days as it sits grounded on the banks of Tomales Bay near Point Reyes National Seashore.

What Happened?

A chair still looks out a window in an old, abandoned farmhouse in the Palouse area of eastern Washington.  Who knows what caused the farm and this property to be abandoned.

Summer View

Valley View in Yosemite National Park on a summer early afternoon in August.  Still a nice flow in the Merced River and a bit of Bridalveil Fall still cascading.  I can never resist stopping at Valley View for a shot or two on my way out of the valley.     

Twisted Beauty

This bristlecone pine resides at about 11,000 ft. in the Patriarch Grove of the White Mountains.  Amazing trees that can survive the altitude, poor soil, and brutal winters for thousands of years.  Perhaps the twisted growth patterns are the result of these struggles.

Washed Down

An old tree must have succumbed to the spring runoff and washed down the middle fork of the Flathead River near Glacier National Park.

Rock It Baby

This Chinstrap penguin is bringing another rock to the nest to ensure a stable platform for the developing egg.

An Icy Perch

This small bird has found a large icy perch in the even larger expanse of Antarctic waters. Shot near Lemaire Island, Antarctica.

Thief!

A south pole skua makes off with a Gentoo penguin egg from a colony on Cuverville Island, Antarctica.

Morning Swim

A Gentoo penguin "porpoises" beside our Zodiak as we head back to our ship after a landing at Cuverville Island, Antarctica.

Antarctica!

Antarctica! could use some more exclamation points.  It was that good.  On this afternoon as we cruised into Neko Harbor we had several hours of landscape shots like this from the deck of the Ushuaia.  Almost unbelievable.  

Reflecting on the Years

The glacial ice surrounding Neko Harbor, Antarctica, are reflected in the waters of the bay.  The ice is likely hundreds of years old and reflects more blue as the ice is more compressed thus forcing out air bubbles.

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