Sometimes you have to make a run for the lake when you think there might be a good sunrise. Today was pretty good.
Taking a closer look at a Bonsai azalea.
Do you ever have those moments when you are out capturing images and get so entranced by the beauty of the scene you almost forget to press the shutter?
Once again, if nature provides the subject, who am I to not document the beauty?
Sony DSC-RX100M5, ISO 125, 8.8mm, f/5.6, 1/160 sec
Up close, the orchid appears almost alien in nature, perhaps even a bit scary.
Evening light highlights the clouds which are reflected in the still waters and enhancing the composition of light, sky, cloud and shoreline.
Our northern winters can be downright brutal at times. But that doesn’t mean that all beauty has left us, nature always finds a way to offer up art to the masses.
One of the iconic spots in Yellowstone National Park is the Lower Falls. The views from the various overlooks are fantastic and this makes it a must for the visitor to the park. All my images were taken from Artist’s Point. Not only is the visitor rewarded with great views of the the falls, there are also amazing views of the “Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.” Of course there are so many other sights within the park and it is impossible to see it all in one day. Just outside the southern boundary of the park is the Grand Tetons, a place I will have to return to when I have more time.