Previous Photos of the Day...
A cloud was covering the top of Mt. Whitney when we were at the top. Here is a photo of the hut that was built on top of the mountain. I thought it was so cool that there was a perfectly concentric rainbow in the middle of the cloud!
This propeller on display at the Mariner's Museum and Park is from the SS United States which was a record-setting trans Atlantic passenger liner built by Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Company in the late 1940s. Read the source & more about this propeller and the Mariner's Museum.
I captured this image right before sunset. There is a shelter at Blood Mountain where we spent the night.
Fun Fact: Blood Mountain is the highest point of the Appalachian Trail within Georgia.
The entrance to the Palace of Fine Arts, located in San Francisco. This was my last stop in San Francisco before I had to leave. I know it might seem weird but I kept replaying in my head, a scene from the movie, "The Rock". The scene where Sean Connery is talking to his daughter trying to convince her he's not a bad man and Nicholas Cage is listening in. I was pretty excited that I got to see it in person! (What can I say? I'm a nerd!)
While on a trip to Hawaii I was able to capture this image just seconds after a thunderous wave crashed upon the rock. This picture of the water receding has a totally different feel to it than the crashing wave shot. I like that. This photo was taken along the Kalalau Trail at Hanakapiai beach.
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.
I captured this image from the top of Blood Mountain. This mountain is the highest point of the AT within Georgia.
On the descent from Mt. Whitney their were several other short mountain ranges in view.
I was watching the Air Show in Cleveland Ohio and was able to capture this image! The Blue Angels!
When I was traveling to California I made it a point travel along the gorgeous 17 Mile Drive near Carmel by the Sea. There were many attractions on the drive including otters, sea lions and of course the infamous Lonely Cypress Tree
As I was hiking up Muir Pass this was one of the lakes on the way.
On our hike of the Wonderland Trail we encountered this herd of goats just a short distance from the trail. We were on our way to Panhandle Gap.
While on a business trip to Colorado shooting some video for a company near Centennial, I made a stop over to Denver and the Red Rock park to check out the beautiful and breath taking views!
I captured a photo of this squirrel on a nice snowy day as I was hiking through the Cleveland Metroparks.
As I was hiking along the John Muir Trail I noticed these little flowers along the path.
I captured this photo on our descent from the Klapatche campground on to the Golden Lakes Camp Site. What you see here is Tokaloo Spire & Tokaloo Rock in the foreground with Rainier in the background.
I took this photo as I was entering the Ansel Adams Wilderness. Ansel Adam's nature photography helped make the John Muir Trail a reality as his images advocated for preservation of the wilderness.
The clouds in this photo gave an intersting pattern of shadows upon the mountain.
I was walking through a local park one day with a few of my friends and we came across these birds sitting on a tree at a really cool time of day when the light looked really neat. I was fortunate enough to take this great picture as they were flying away!
During a trip to Colorado (which was actually unrelated to nature photography) I made sure to plan for some extra time so I could make it to the Rocky Mountains and spend a few days camping there!