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A Natural Landmark

We ran into this awesome tree somewhere up in the Rocky Mountains on one of our hikes through Estes Park in Colorado. I love the way I captured the light around it.

After The Dark Comes The Light

I took this awesome photo while trying to chase down some storm clouds coming over Lake Michigan. Even though I arrived after most of the storm went by, I was still able to capture this before the skies cleared.

Grand Canyon of Yellowstone

The Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone is the most breathtaking sight inside Yellowstone National Park. Twenty miles long, the canyon is up to 4,000-feet wide and 1,200-feet deep in places. From several vantage points, you can view Lower Falls plunging steeply into the canyon 308 feet, or the Upper Falls tumbling 109 feet.

Grand Prismatic Spring

I took this picture of the Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park in 2016. The Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park is the largest hot spring in the United States, and the third largest in the world.

Maui Waterfall

Jenna and I discovered this perfect little waterfall last year while hiking through a bamboo forest in Maui. It was so peaceful and relaxing 🙂

Maui Sea Turtle

We spent a lot of time swimming with the Sea Turtles while in Maui. They are endangered, so you can’t pursue them or touch them… but if you just watch them, they come up to you 🙂 This was taken underwater with a GoPro, so the quality isn’t as nice as my DSLR but it would look good on a print up to 20×30 or maybe bigger depending on viewing distance.

Lily of the Valley

I found this cute little Lily of the Valley while walking through the trails at Lake Harbor Park in Muskegon, Michigan. I think this log was the perfect backdrop. I hope you like it.

Lake Harbor Park Walkway

Lake Harbor Park is a great place to take a walk and enjoy nature. Start at the parking lot, walk through the woods, down the trails, over the dunes and out to Lake Michigan 🙂

Lake Michigan Icebergs

Some people hibernate in the Winter, but I like going out and finding interesting scenes like this cool “Ice Volcano” about 80 yards out on Lake Michigan. I just have to make sure I bundle up nicely 🙂

Maui Blowhole

This Maui Blowhole is actually called the Nakalele Blowhole is Northeast Maui. I had to climb down a 1200 foot cliff covered in a mixture of clay and lava rock. These blowholes are produced by large waves rushing through the lava tubes when the tide comes in.

Islamorada Driftwood

This beautiful Islamorada Driftwood was taken on my way to Key West at a place called Anne's Beach in the Islamorada Key. I put this picture in a barnwood frame and it's amazing. Instant seller at every one of my art shows 🙂