LouiseThe rocky cliffs around Lake Louise pay a perfect compliment to it’s turquoise waters.
AthabascaAthabasca Falls inside Jasper National Park.
RialtoThe ocean-worn sentinels of the Olympic Peninsula coast. Rialto Beach is as rugged and beautiful a place as they come.
BruceThe waters of the Georgian Bay off the Bruce Peninsula in Ontario, Canada are crystal clear.
MapleAutumn in Ohio is breathtaking with all the warm, fiery colors.
SmokysThe Great Smoky Mountains are magical during the Fall season.
Rock HouseRock House is just one of many awesome spots to visit within the Hocking Hills area of Southern Ohio.
EmeraldThe Hocking Hills area of Ohio is like another world set within the southern cradle of the Buckeye State.
GlacierSet along the northern border of Montana, Glacier National Park is a jewel, unparalleled in the North American landscape.
HurricaneNestled on the edge of the Olympic National Park, Hurricane Ridge is a sprawling view into the heart of the Olympic Peninsula.
SchoolhouseA brick schoolhouse inside Wildwood Metropark on a very snowy day in Toledo, Ohio.
PathwayA sunlit path in the forests of the Olympic Peninsula.
WoodsOne of the many woodland trails I’ve made my way through while exploring the Olympic Peninsula
SanduskyA still reflection on the Sandusky River during Fall in Ohio.
CabinNear Crescent Lake in Washington, coming across this for the first time was a joy.
WashingtonOne of an endless parade of spectacular views on the Olympic Peninsula
AlbertaMy time in Alberta exploring Banff and Jasper were mile after mile of beauty.
La PushThe La Push area along the Pacific Coast in Washington is hands down one of my favorite places of all time.
AnselI edited this with the great Ansel Adams in mind.
PastelThe smokiness of Glacier National park from the wildfires burning there during my 2015 trip made for a view with an especial beauty.
WyomingMy drive towards Yellowstone presented me with long stretches of rolling grassy hills and these great barbed wire fences that seemed to stretch forever.
FallsThese waterfalls in Alberta were so, so awesome; I was drenched from all this mist rolling off them.
WoodOne thing I just can’t get enough of is the texture and grain of wood, especially that which has been worn and weathered in the sun, wind, and rain.
EgretsAlong the spillway in Grand Rapids, Ohio, these Great White Egrets all waited patiently for their chance at a nice afternoon snack.
SedonaMy first trip into Sedona brought tears to my eyes. There is just nowhere else like this on Earth.
WildwoodAfter a huge dump of snow, I woke up and went out into what may have been the prettiest I’ve ever seen the Metro Parks of Toledo, Ohio during the Winter.
StreamOf all the places I visited in the Great Smoky Mountains, this unassuming trail through the woods down to this stream was my favorite of all.
SeagullI was joined by my friend here as I crossed the Puget Sound via ferry for the first time back in 2015.
CanadaMy trip up the gondola in Banff gave me a view I was not prepared for; simply a breathtaking place and a treasure of this awesome planet
RidgeA clear day at Hurricane Ridge makes for a great trip and a memorable experience.
Fiery SkySometimes rain clouds can be a bummer when you’re visiting a beautiful place but, in this case, those rain clouds sure made for a stunning photo.
WeatheredThe exposed and weathered qualities of wood will forever be one of my favorite things seeing and discovering wherever I go.
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