Out of this World
The Burren located in Southwest Ireland in County Clare, is a geological and botanical gem to visit. It looks like the surface of the moon. I was fascinated with the landscapes, it look like you landed on an another planet.
Wet and Wild Ireland Hill Walking
Hill walking in Ireland can be very, very wet walking.
Conor Pass, Ireland
The Burren is Alive
The Burren is very desolate but there are also amazing pockets of life growing all through it. I chose to use the combined B&W and color composite technique to visually accent this story.
Fall Colors Showing - Obstruction Point
This lovely wildflower was found during a Spring hike to Mt Townsend on the Olympic Peninsula. What a wonderful "little beauty" this flower is!!!
Rainier's Burroughs Mountain Views
The hike to 3rd Burroughs’ mountain located on the East side of Rainier is a very unique hike as the terrain is quite different.
Sing Through Me
The backlighting of these beautiful Balsamroots makes them look like they are "singing out a song" for some reason to me.
Looking Up From The Past
Arriving by ferry to the Blasket Island of Ireland, I was very excited to see the overcast skies beginning to clear and make this great sky background to these old ruins.
Lupine's early morning dew
Love how Lupine catch water and felt this post processing technique accented this well.
Went off trail this fall hike to Lake Valhalla and found this interesting landscape
The flowers of Paradise in full bloom are indeed truly breathtaking.
Out Standing In The Field
Walking in the fall across Spain after the harvest of the fields left some interesting landscapes. This a panoramic image 4.1 to 1 ratio.
Such a lovely and bold flower the Balsamroot!
The Balsamroot Speaks
I felt like this little fellow was speaking to the valley below. Grace and peace!
Morning on the Meseta
Early morning on the sublime Meseta of Spain. This panoramic image is a 2.7 to 1 ratio.
Cosmos, Cosmos, Cosmos
The Beauty Hidden Within
Awe the raw and simple beauty within the Avalanche Lilly!
From Cliffs of Mohr-Burren-Galway