One of the famous Moulton barns catching the first rays of daylight. With the backdrop of the Tetons Mountain range it makes it for a spectacular morning.
Sunrise at Pa-Hay-Okee is a magical time. As you can see the gradient in the sky. On this particular Morning, there was a bit of fog that adds some moodiness to the image. I love photographing fog in the Glades.
This image of the Milky Way was taken in September in Everglades National Park. Some people don't know that there is a season to view the Milky Way and this was late in that season. The season begins around March and ends in October.
This was taken in Everglades National Park on a camera club field trip into the cypress domes. This image was taken in January, during the dry season. As you can see the water level was low considering during the wet season it can be over 6 feet in height.
This image was taken during a camera club field trip in the Everglades while we were storm chasing. I was one of only two photographers to get this image. It was my first time chasing storms and I felt a bit timid but after seeing this image in the back of my camera I felt excited. Oh, and if you decide to visit the Everglades, make sure to wear long pants and lots and lots of bug spray.
This was taken during a sunset out in Long Pine Key down in the Everglades. I love capturing the silhouette of trees. The skies were filled with the dust form the Sahara. Yes, we sometimes get dust form the Sahara and it just makes the sky just glow with orange hues.
This is a panorama shot of a storm coming at us while we were at Pa-Hay-Okee, Indian for River of Grass.
This was taken after a few prescribed fires in the Everglades. As you can see the smoke in the air creates this orange look and you can see the sun coming up over the horizon. Some people tell me that it doesn't look like the Everglades.
This was taken in Yosemite National Park form the world's famous Tunnel View Lookout.
I took this image while snowshoeing in the high country of Yosemite.
I took this while walking up to the Bridalveil Falls in Yosemite National Park.
Capturing the first light on The Merced River in Yosemite National Park. El Capitan is to the left, Three Brothers and Bridalveil Falls are to your right.
The iconic granite of Half Dome. I took this in black and white in honor of the great landscape photographer Ansel Adams.
This was taken at Horsetail Falls, it happens only twice a year when the sun sets and the light hits the waterfall it looks like the waterfall is on fire. On this particular day, the light wasn't as orangey as it is so the light casting onto the falls created this gold look to it, hence the name "Liquid Gold"
Taken at that world famous Tunnel View Lookout. When in Yosemite, you have to go and see how majestic these mountains are. Below is Yosemite Valley. El Capitan is to your left, Half Dome is in the background, Three Brothers and Bridalveil Falls are to your right.
As the rushing water falls onto the park, the sun's angle give you a chance to capture a rainbow.
As the water from Yosemite Falls rushes down it is flanked by these majestic pine trees.
Taken in Cades Cove in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Taken in Cades Cove at one of the pioneer's cabin.
This image was taken while attending a photography workshop in the Great Smoky Mountains.
One of the first settlers in Cades Cove, John Oliver.
A beautiful waterfall tucked away in the Smoky Mountains.
Taken while on the way up to Yellowstone National Park. It felt like this lonely pine was reaching for some much needed warmth that the sun offers.
Here the Milky Way is over one of the Moulton Barns in the park. If you see off to the top left, you’ll see three meteors passing by.
The Tetons catching its first bit of sunshine on them. They almost look like they are on fire.
Taken in Yellowstone at one of the hot springs, this tree caught my attention. It is a survivor as the hot water surrounds it.
You can’t come to Yellowstone and not see the most famous of its geysers. Old Faithful really lives up to its name, as it goes off +- every 90 minutes.
Oxbow Bend at sunrise is a sight to see. How the sun casts its light towards the mountains and giving it that certain glow to it.