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Early one morning as I was going into Yellowstone National Park from West Yellowstone, I saw the mist rising off the river. It looked like a majical moment.
Canon Beach at haystack rock in Oregon on a very misty gray morning, I saw this women waking away from me. The bright colors of her outfit stood out in the gray morning. This picture has won awards in the … Continue reading
Early spring brought these two gray bundles of down out to sail on the C&O Canal. The parent geese were herding their brood on the canal near Swain’s Boat house about 15 mile from the DC terminus
The C&O Canal towpath curve around this rock outcropping making it possible to get this shot and keep my feet dry. I was a gray day. When I went for a walk, I almost didn’t take the camera.
When I stepped out of the rest stop in Denali, this caribou posed for me. He kindly waited for me to get my camera out and take the shot. He was even nice enough to arrange for the polychrome hills … Continue reading
Crater Lake, Oregon in late May was still cover in snow. The north entrance still had about 4 feet of snow blocking the road. On the left side of the picture, you can see a small volcanic cone. The only … Continue reading
To capture this picture, I was standing above Eagle Falls shooting down toward Emerald Bay and out to Lake Tahoe. The falls is on the California side.
Hiking the C&O Canal south toward Swain’s Lock, I saw the boat house, Lock house, and lift Lock all reflected perfectly in the canal. It was such a gray day I almost didn’t take my camera. Goes to show never … Continue reading
In Boyds near the trail station stand a cluster of bird houses, I took this picture of them after a big snow. I also use this picture for custom Christmas card.