Previous Photos of the Day...
This photo is of the newly installed sign at Edgewater Park (The Upper Portion), right at sunrise! This sign was installed shortly after the Cleveland Cavs won the championship!
On our way to the Indian Bar campsite we crossed over the Panhandle Gap. This photo was taken a short distance after we crossed the gap.
This was our view in the morning of Mount Rainier after our stay at the Klapatche Park Campground.
The Yorktown Onion is native to York County and likely introduced into the area in the colonial times from England. Seed exchange was common between the colony and the mother country. Source: Remember Yorktown
I took this photo on one, sunny afternoon. These pink lilies were nearby my home and I walked past them for a few days, thinking to myself each time, "I need to bring my camera!" Once I did I was able to capture this image of this beautiful flower!
I captured this image during the first day on the Appalachian Trail.
This is one of the first images that I captured on my trip to Glacier National Park (GNP). Beautiful green water, which is a Moraine Lake, with the mountain and clouds as a backdrop provided a very surreal experience!
A very cool and artsy sign showcasing one of Cleveland's most popular and growing areas, Ohio City! Full of great food, restaurants and artsy shops, Ohio City has something to offer to everyone!
A beautiful Cleveland sunrise with the sun just peeking over the majestic Cleveland Skyline.
A photo of the San Francisco Palace's Rotunda and pond. This was my last stop in San Francisco before I had to leave. I spent a good portion of the day circling around the palace taking photos - I couldn't help myself!
I took this photo just before it started pouring where we were hiking on the John Muir Trail (JMT). It was a cold rain and we had to set up our tents in the middle of it! That was fun...
Captured during a chilly evening at sunset, this image of just one facet of the Grand Canyon is shown from Yaki Point.
I captured this photo after an ice storm came through the Cleveland area. The storm provided some great picture opportunities that I was able to capture the following day including these ice coated branches!
This is a black and white photo of Mount Rainier from the Wonderland Trail. The clouds were moving in beautifully to provide such a dramatic image.
While on a trip up to Big Bass Lake, Michigan spending time with friends, fishing, having bonfires and what not, I was able to take this beautiful sunrise photo! I really love how the pier and boats were so still in the water.
While at a farm photographing some of the wildlife I was able to capture this very colorful Macaw parrot preening itself!
I took this photo after coming down from the Summit of Mt. Whitney, located in the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. I hiked the entire John Muir Trail (JMT) that summer and it was truly a great journey.
After we left Mowich Lake Campground, my buddy and I decided to take the Spray Park trail instead of the Wonderland Trail Proper. I read in Bette Filley's book, "Discovering The Wonders of the Wonderland Trail" that Spray Park offers some magnificent views of Rainier whereas the Wonderland Trail is more forested and covered. The only catch is that if it's bad weather, Spray Park is absolutely miserable as there is no cover and it's the highest point on the trail. Thankfully we lucked out and had blue skies and great views! Here is a photo of Spray Park Trail close to the Carbon River Campground.
A photo of the San Francisco landmark taken from sea level. There is a pretty hefty chain keeping people from going out into the bay. I did however witness a few people swimming from the shore, to the middle of the bridge and back while I was photographing the bridge! That was quite a sight!
A picture of the Grand Canyon. This image was taken from the Bright Angel Trail.