Late afternoon, walking the beach in Miami. The lifeguard stations are pretty colorful.
Late afternoon, walking the beach in Miami. The lifeguard stations are pretty colorful.
This show was taking in Miami. Walking along the beach on a late afternoon the sun was hitting the dunes, but enough light was just peaking over the top that hit was hitting a wave.
This show was taking in Miami. Walking along the beach on a late afternoon the sun was hitting the dunes, but enough light was just peaking over the top that hit was hitting a wave.
This show was taking in Miami. Walking along the beach on a late afternoon the sun was hitting the dunes, but enough light was just peaking over the top that hit was hitting a wave.
Just a shot looking back at the new city line of Panama.
Just a shot looking back at the new city line of Panama.
Sailing in USVI. The white sailboat stood out among all of the blue. This was one of the first sights I had when traveling by Taxi to St. John Island.
These were the blue ties on the boat. something about the color and the composition drew me in.
These were the blue ties on the boat. something about the color and the composition drew me in.
The ancient petroglyphs were created by the indigenous people that lived on the islands. This pool was found along a hiking trail on St. John Island.
Ancient Indian Petroglyphs we discovered while taking a short hike on St. John Island. These petroglyphs were etched into stone along a small pool of water.
Walking through the woods in the Virgin Islands to view some old native carvings in a stone one, or Pictographs, there were pools of fresh water that gathered among the stone. Algae formed on the bottom of this pool in some amazing colors.
The water along the beach at St. John Island was very shallow and warm. We'd find a lot of black-tip sharks swimming around. One is pictured here. It's easy to confuse them with other objects when they are so young.
This was a section of the beach at St. John Island. The water was very shallow, very warm, and the bottom was covered with seaweed.
The water at the beach on Saint John is amazing. The beautiful blue sky and vibrant water.
This is just a photograph of the water and land at St. John Isand.
This is a photograph off of the pay at Saint John Island in the Virgin Islands. The day was long, and the sun was now dropping from the sky. The tranquil water of the bay made for a very quiet late afternoon in the quiet town.
The Baths are a great place to visit if ever in the Virgin Islands. The Baths are located in the British Virgin Islands on the Island of the Virgin Gorda. The water is crystal clear and contrasted by the very large, mysterious bolders.
The beast was abandoned on the beach.
This old boat was named the beast. I laughed when I saw it, and the ferocious mouth on the bow.
A tree had fairly recently fallen over and was still laying in the river. This was taken on the Maryland side of the C&O trail.
There is a section of the C&O Canal that runs through Historic Harpers Ferry. This section is where the mills would sit for manufacturing. All of the mills are in ruins.
This is a little island in the center of one of the ponds at Claude Moore park. This morning the snow was freshly fallen, and there was a mist in the air giving everything a soft white touch.
This tree had fallen over into the pond earlier, but had now been covered with snow. The tree roots were visible, as were the branches. What was most interesting was how the roots looked black against the white snow, and the branches covered in snow looked white against the black water of the pond.
This is a photograph taken along a pond at the Claude Moore park. This was just after a fresh snow.
I am not certain why, but I love seeing the roots of trees. This photo was taken along the shore on the Chesapeake Bay
This was a wrecked boat found on the beach at Isla Contadora, Panama.
Cool, old beach boat stranded on the shore. The boat bares the intriguing name of BAM.
Colors abound everywhere on tropical islands. Sometimes in the most surprising ways. To be captivated by the color and charm of the small island of Caye Caulker is not a difficult task. The graffiti even is a stark contrast from urban graffiti. These trees are brightened up with messages that are not often seen in urban graffiti, here, the message appears to be love, hearts, flowers, and other brightly colored designs.
This is photograph of a cormorant swiming along the shore in Caye Caulker.
A small section of mangrove trees that have sprouted up alongside a pier.
A small section of mangrove trees that have sprouted up alongside a pier. I really liked the simplicity of this composition. On the beach there is a sense of endlessness that the vast open areas create.
A stack of fishing pots.
This is a long pier that extends out from a great restaurant on Caye Caulker. I like the contrast of age and beauty, but also what made this image special was the bright yellow railing that stood out among all of the blue compliment.
This is a long pier that extends out from a great restaurant on Caye Caulker. I liked this image because of the contrast between beauty and age. There is a certain beauty to things as they crumble apart. This pier is still used, and quite sturdy, but definitely worn.
This is a post stuck into the shallow water off of Caye Caulker wrapped with an old rope that is used to tie off a small boat. There was something about the light and composition that caught my eye.
Approaching the Tomales bay
Approaching the Tomales bay.
The tributary on the way to Tomales bay.
The tributary on the way to Tomales bay.
An old abandoned ship on the bay.
An old abandoned ship on the bay.
The light house at Point Reyes Seashore.
Point Reyes Lighthouse.
Cliffs at Muir Beach.
Cliffs at Muir Beach. The water at this section of the beach was amazing. The water seemed to glow green.
Cliffs at Muir Beach
The large variety of plants and flowers that grow along the coastline at Otter State Game Refuge.
Just another day closing on the rocky California shores on Sea Otter Game Refuge
Tangier Island is an island in the Chesapeake that supports a community of fishermen. Fishermen have small huts on the water for storing their fishing equipment.
A selection of buoys hanging on the exterior of a small boat house.
A selection of buoys hanging on the exterior of a small boat house.
Tangier is located in the middle of the Chesapeake Bay. The island is slowly sinking into the Bay.
On my first day of outing, I drove into Seward to camp. Seward is a small town, like most in Alaska, and it is located on Resurrection Bay. In this photograph, I was lucky to suddenly have a bald eagle fly into the photograph.
The drive back from Valdez was long, so I spent a night in the car in one of Alaska's many car lots. This was the scene I woke up to.
Boats docked at the harbor in Whittier Alaska.
Large Buoys at Whittier Alaska
A view of the shoreline on the glacier trip from Whittier.
Waterfall along the cliffs of the Harriman Fjord.
Surprise Glacier
Surprise Glacier
Surprise Glacier calving.
Surprise Glacier calving.
Surprise Glacier calving.
Surprise Glacier calving.
Surprise Glacier
The beautiful blue ice of Surprise Glacier. What is fascinating is that the best time to see the ice look this way is on a gray day.
The sun was still low on the horizon and the warm light was making these grasses and fireweed glow. The color and pattern reminded me of purposefully placed strokes of color in an abstract painting
The Quaking Aspen, Populus tremuloides, is by far the most commonly seen tree in Alaska. Caught under the glow of these leaves in Autumn, it's no wonder it's also been called the Golden Aspen
Creek, moss and grasses along the McKinley Bar Trail
This is a panorama of the port in Seward.
A panorama of the isles in Blying sound while on a trip with Kenai Fjords tours.
A panorama of Aialik Glacier

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