Fourth of July fireworks and the full “Buck Moon” light up the sky and reflect in the calm waters of Great Sacandaga Lake. Adirondack Park, New York. Prints Available.
A colorful starfish rests on the rocky coastline amongst the towering sea stacks at Point of the Arches on Shi Shi Beach. Olympic National Park, Washington. Prints Available.
Clouds begin to break en route to the summit of Katahdin, the highest peak in Maine and the northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail.
A heron paused from its quest for dinner to say hello as I paddled by on an Adirondack pond. Prints Available.
On this unforgettable evening at Giant’s Causeway, I was so enraptured by the phenomenal sunset over the ocean (see my photo entitled “Eruption”) that I almost completely missed this unbelievable scene that was unfolding behind me. It’s not often that conditions such as these coalesce at the perfect moment, and after an exhausting journey acrossContinue reading “Photo of the Week”
An intimate view of a sea anemone I found in one of the many tide pools at Point of the Arches. The opportunity to view sea life such as sea anemones and starfish in a wilderness setting is one of the many reasons why the coast within Washington’s Olympic National Park is one of myContinue reading “Photo of the Week”
A wave crashes and sprays on the beach where beautiful volcanic rock protrudes above the sand. Saona Island, Dominican Republic. Prints Available.
The sun rises over the distant plains, showcasing the surreal and colorful badlands of South Dakota’s Badlands National Park. Prints available. Note An article on this photo can be found at Landscape Photography Magazine.
Shooting stars streak across the beautiful night sky, at the height of the Perseid meteor shower in August 2016. The otherworldly bentonite clay formations in the foreground were the perfect complement to the shooting stars and the colorful nebulae of the Milky Way galaxy. I stayed up all night watching hundreds of shooting stars streakContinue reading “Photo of the Week”
As the days grow longer, the temperature rises, and frozen lakes and ponds return to their liquid state, the serene waters of the Adirondack Mountains beckon the outdoor adventurer to stow away their snowshoes and skis and break out a canoe or kayak for long sunny days of aquatic exploration. Home to over 3,000 lakesContinue reading “Paddling Guide to Follensby Clear Pond”