The incomprehensible forces of Mother Nature often serve as the genesis of art.
These are hoodoos, the almost people-like formations that make up the terrain of Bryce Canyon, Utah. They are formed by a constant weathering process on rock formations called fins. The primary weathering force at Bryce Canyon is frost wedging which reveals the sturdier rock you see. The hoodoos at Bryce Canyon experience over 200 freeze/thaw cycles each year.
After an afternoon of flight at the annual Queechee Balloon Festival many of the airships and their crews return to the festival to light up...View full product details
Flying across the landscape in a hot air balloon is something to experience. Instead of making this photograph I almost hopped into the basket of...View full product details
The air was clear and the water nearly smooth. This one area of Lake Tahoe has a number of small outcroppings. This particular one sported...View full product details