Wondering what happened to all of the photos that were on this site? Not to worry!
As I continue to transition the site, look for some new photos along with many old favorites.
Bloodroot flowers are amazing. They only last until they are pollinated, which is usually only a few days. You have to be on your toes if you want to see them.
Birds at Sunset
I was photographing the sunset near Naples, Florida and the birds happened to fly in. Lucky shot!
Red Rocks at Sunrise
Red rocks at sunrise in Sedona, Arizona.
Iargo Springs Waterfall
A small waterfall at Iargo Springs in the fall of 2013. Iargo Springs feed into the AuSable River.
Oak Creek Rocks
I like the way grass contrasted with the rocks and water in this photo.
Mackinac Bridge at Night
The Mackinac Bridge is really great sight at night. This photo was taken from a veiwing area near St. Ignace, U.P
There are no words that can adequetly describe the wonder and splender of the Grand Canyon.
Regardless of the season or time of day, it is incredible.
Bee on Lilac
My yard is full of bumble bees, which suits me just fine. For a few of the eight years I've lived here,
I have also had some honeybees appear in the yard, but never found their nest.
Sedona is well known for its amazing red rocks and breathtaking views.
A walking trail lined with spring wildflowers at Battelle Darby Creek Park.
Cathedral Rocks & Oak Creek
Cathedral rocks are probably the most photographed place in Arizona
other than the Grand Canyon. Not 24 hours earlier, I had climbed the rocks and
was looking down at the creek.
Lake Superior Twilight
This was taken as twilight was leaving the sky, August 2008.
More of Sedona's amazing red rocks.
Lake Superior Trees at Sunset
All along my favorite part of Lake Superior's shore are huge pine trees. As the sun was setting, these trees were glowing a reddish color.
Pictograph, Palatki Ruins
If you're going to the Sedona area, you've got to check out Palatki Ruins. There are pictographs and petroglyphs that are estimated to be 5,000 - 6,000 years old.
Sleeping Bear Dunes
This was taken standing on the observation platform at Sleeping Bear Dunes. Look in the lower right hand corner to have an idea how far above the shore the platform is.
Ausable River in Fall
The AuSable River was brilliant with oranges, yellows, reds, and warm browns in the fall of 1999. I was told that the colors had just peaked about a week before I arrived, but the river was still very beautiful.
Swans in New Vrindaban
New Vrindaban has many swans and peacocks in the area. Swans are often seen on the pond.
The mist was laying on the water this morning as the sun rose.
Forsythia in the Fall
I don't usually see Forsythia blooming in the fall, but this bush had several yellow flowers on the morning of the first frost.
Grand Vue Park
Grand Vue (not a spelling typo) lies in the hills of Moundsville. This is looking west towards Ohio as the sun was setting. The park has fantastic views of the Ohio River valley.
Sunflowers growing in West Virginia on a summer day. There were rows and rows of these beautiful plants that looked like a yellow ocean from the road.
These flowers are nicknamed "Glory of the Snow" because they are up so early in spring.
In Ohio terms, this means it can still be snowing when they are blooming.
Field at Sunrise
One of many fields near my home. This morning, the colors from the
sun were striking with the dark blue cloud and the green trees.
I have the most amazing Bartlett pear tree in my yard. Crops have easily been over 800 in a single season.
The tree is incredible when it blooms.
Bee on Hyacinth
I have a lot of bees near my home, which is just fine with me. This one was enjoying one of my hyacinths.
Sunrise over the Atlantic ocean. Every sunrise I have seen in my life has been nothing short of spectacular,
but espeically so at the shore.
Photo of the full moon taken through a telescope. My carema is hardly built for this
and out of 300 shots, this was the only one that really turned out well.
Upper Tahquamenon Falls
Upper Tahquamenon Falls during the fall. There is a four mile trail between the upper and lower falls that many people hike.