Death Valley Sand Dunes
A late afternoon in November provides great light in Death Valley National Park, CA
"The Dock of the Bay" by Otis Reading was what I thought about when seeing this in Port Angeles WA
It must have been an artist who designed this dock in Port Angeles, WA
Former Ranger Station In Olympic National Park
A Reflection Abstract
A drive up repair shop for boats?
Down on the farm
Puget Sound Coastline
The Makak Indian Reservation in far Northwest Washington
Water drops on pine needles, Yosemite NP
Lake Powell Reflection
The waves from our boat created a mysterious reflection
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
A Cathedral in downtown Puerto Vallarta - the bells rang every hour, 24 hours a day.
First the weathering then the proper light
An Elegant Flower
Arizona Falls, Phoenix
This is located about 1 miles from my office and after 15 years I finally stopped and photographed it.
Near Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco, CA
Monument Valley, Navaho Nation
Monument Valley extends from northern Arizona into southern Utah
Oshkosh - and I thought they only made baby clothes .
Lower Antelope Canyon, northern Arizona
Some 75 feet below ground, wind and water carved the sandstone leaving a narrow path to follow.
The Sonoran Desert, Scottsdale, AZ
No Sand Dunes here. Cacti, rocks and rattlesnakes in this desert.
Glacier Bay, Alaska
The white curve around the mountain is a receding glacier. We were told it came all the way into the ocean about a decade ago.
Denali National Park
The Top of Mount Whitney
The highest point in the lower 48 states. Located in CA.
Down but Not Out
A rustic Barn in Kentucky
Vancouver, BC Canada
The lines just fascinated me.
San Pedro Harbor, California
Despite looking decades old, this photo, taken just south of Los Angeles, is a very current one.
Main Street, USA
Actually, Main Street in Bisbee, AZ . Where is Bisbee you may ask. Well, I was informed that it is 6000 feet high and miles from reality. After spending several days there, I would agree.
A Joshua Tree up close and personal
The Pacific Ocean
It looks like wavy asphalt but it is really light hitting the ocean in a different way.
My Blue Period
Somewhere along the coast of Alaska
Rain or Shine
It doesn't seem to matter so we had a little of both
McDowell Mountain, Scottsdale, AZ
Old Town Bisbee, AZ
Nature provide dramatic clouds for a dramatic landscape
The Harbor Bridge in Sidney, Australia
People are able to climb to the top, some 450 above the water.
I finally had to retire my SUV
Gold King Mine and Ghost Town, Jerome, AZ
Stairway in Santorini, Greece