The Waning Day
In the shadow of greatness
A view of Yellowstone
A sea of pink
Sol Duc Falls
The Rocky Coast
A widely different view.
On the rocks
Learning the ropes
The Eye Sees All
Super Bowl Eve
Warming the tummy
Spin to Win
From Frasier's Window
Bust a sharka!
Sunset at the top of the world
Milky Way and reflection under the Seastacks
Scripps at Dusk
Ko Olina sunset
Jewels of the Ocean
Colgate white perhaps?
Over Mauna Kea
Headed to the depths.
Oh my Deer
A dream of pink.
Sunset over the Forbidden Island
Within the Arch
At sea with the Lady Washington
Mile Marker 13
Out of my element
Frozen in Puget Sound WA
Evening at Scripps Pier
A Family Trip
Nature's Easter Basket
Rock Garden 1
One to fawn over.
Before the dawn
Pretty in Pink
Just missing you
Evening sun on Half Dome
Lanikai Beach sunset
Big Streaker Over Big Island
Row row row
The stillness before dawn breaks over the horizion
The Sea Stacks of Third Beach
Surfin' the Pipeline
Sun on Stone
Moon at Third Beach
Rain forest reach
Moonlight at Sunrise
The 20 yard stare
Under the Pier
Kuoloa Beach Park
Night on Mt. Rainier
Before the sun fades
Observe and Observed
The path ahead
Bright Fall Day
First attempt at night sky
Old Blue Eye
Red and green
A peaceful moment
North Shore Sunset
Sunset with the turtles
Pele of the sacred land - Finger
Pele of the sacred land
The earth and sky embrace
A shared gaze
A wide angle lens and wonderful lighting gives an intimate look at a treasured iconic work of nature.
On the way to Mt. Rainier
Daffodil fields from Mt. Vernon
A mighty sequoia towers over a cabin in the forest.
Palouse Falls in Eastern Washginton.
A quiet section of trail allowed a peaceful moment.
Art, nature, and industry combine. :)
2nd Beach on the Washington Coast.
A lovely but moderate hike paid off at the end.
The trees are lit afire from the setting sun.
Skagit Valley tulip festival.
I liked how the sudden frost coated everything, locking it in a film of pale ice.
The iconic tree on a different perspective.
A National Geographic Editor's Favorite. Printed in Washington State Kitsap County Images of 2014.
lightpainted in Moab.
An endangered Hawaiian Monk seal enjoys sunshine on the belly.
From the base of the falls.
The diet of the turtle can give them a tummy ache, so they use the sand baked by the afternoon sun for a pseudo hot water bottle.
Steel wool aflame put on a show on the beach.
A nighttime view of the Seattle skyline.
The remains of a long dead tree overlook Crater Lake and the heavens above.
A Tiger shark pays us a visit on Ohau.
The shores of Hawaii in the blue hour.
An evening trip to 2nd beach and a moon safely tucked behind me allowed some dark sky viewing and shooting
Night falls at the pier and brings a wave along
A peaceful sunset on the isle of Oahu.
Our escorts on a beautiful day.
Off the North Shore of Wamiea Bay.
The beautiful North Shore of Kauai
A less than friendly hippo gives us a warning to stay back.
A humpback whale shows tail fluke before diving below.
A unique light painting on a unique location.
A buck with peach buzz checks out the sites.
A close encounter at Hurricane ridge.
The lack of piercing sun brought out every last drop of color from these gorgeous blooms.
A Hawaiian monk seal examines the surroundings.
Maui's lovely west shores.
On the way up Mt. Rainier
Where did all the reef sharks go? When this curious female Tiger shark came to visit, all of the others melted quietly away.
Lightpainted in Arches National Park. :)
The quick and uncommon freeze caught my eye.
A hidden little gem not far from the main street, but you have to venture off to find it.
An lone canoe bobs on the waters of Oahu.
Night falls at the pier.
In Greenlake park, a little one hitchhikes a ride.
A collection of adult and juvenile Orca whales venture in San Juan Islands.
In full bloom.
A fawn enjoys a quiet moment on Hurricane Ridge.
Skagit Valley Tulip festival Mt Vernon WA
A view under the West Seattle bridge in Fremont.
The glow from the volcano seep into the stars.
Fall colors and a clear sky.
The golden rays of the setting sun touch only a portion of half dome.
An abandoned pier on the shore of Bainbridge Island.
Evening on the beach, watching the colors.
Wish on a shooting star.
At mirror lake
Western Washington Sol Duc Falls
A cotton field on the side of a long twisty road.
In the North Cascades as morning arrives.
From the Botanical Garden, Portland Oregon.
Off the Washington Coast
The waves were gnarly this winter's day. (and yes they do use the word gnarly still)
The branches of white and pink cherry trees intermingle.
Walking back, another glance.
A long exposure paints the sea into a dreamlike mist.
The setting sun cast a colorful glow on the stones.
An embrace? Take tree hugging to a new level.
Dare to get closer?
Before the clouds rolled in.
At Myrtle Beach.
Watching me from the side of his eye.
An early morning stroll.
Stitched panorama of the mountain range.
In Mt Baker park
On Mt. Rainier
Tiger shark in Oahu
The Milky Way on Mt.Rainier with mountaineers headed for the summit.
The mist rolls in and within an hour everything is obscured.
Sunshine glints on the mountain.
Lava bubbles underneath the surface.
Still a bit frozen.
Off the western shores of Oahu.
An extremely wet March made for a full Snoqualmie Falls.
Cherry Blossoms in Washington.
My 1st try
The milky way glows through the eye of the arch. A colored flashlight briefly illuminates the rock formation as a backdrop to the deep night sky. Arches National Park Moab Utah
Coming in from parts unknown.
Lava glow dances with the stars
A product of a whale and dolphin mating.
Lovely waterfall on the Big Island of Hawaii.
On the coast of the Olympic Peninsula.
Off the coast of Maui, a humpback dances for us.
On the way to Palouse.
On the way to Mt. Baker
Came for the surfers, stayed for the sunset.
A short walk to...
Taking a rest on the shore.
Lava flows from the east Rim.
The tip of a lava flow.
An ancient Bristlecone pine tree Galactic Core of the Milky Way join.
A dolphin and I watch each other.
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