Leaving as the Lights Came On
After a brief but memorable visit to the historic and beautiful city of Boston, Massachusetts, I left just as the lights came on. :)
Yellowstone National Park's Tower Fall late on a summer afternoon.
Technical info: I stopped down the aperture all the way to get the water blurred while keeping the photo exposed properly in the sunshine, without the use of an ND filter.
New York City has a personality of its own. I love its juxtaposition of the historic and the modern, of 100-year-old bridges and new skyscrapers, of the old and of the new.
Reflecting on the Hudson
The view of Lower Manhattan from across the Hudson River is certainly different now than it was in 1609 when Henry Hudson first explored it.
Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone
Recesses in the Rock
This landscape was so surreal to me. What a place! View it large if you can - there is quite a bit of detail here.
Canyonlands National Park, Utah.
This view was incredible, majestic. awe-inspiring! Lower Falls, Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, captured from Artist's Point, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. What a place!
Light from Boston's financial district reflects on the frozen Charles River. This was a very cold and windy night. The wind made it hard to keep my tripod and camera still. Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
For Thirsty Soil
Stream running past the historic barns in Mormon Row, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming.
My son's favorite pastime. You can see his rock in mid-air.
Flowing Water and Light
An abstract of water flowing over a rock in a mountain river. I like the mood and feel of this photo. How does it make you feel?