Drove 6 hours in traffic and ran 2 miles with my camera gear just to have 30 minutes of sunset at the Gateway to Heaven. Worth it.
I hiked alone all day, ran away from two moose, and took a picture of the most amazing view from the summit. Alta, Utah, USA
Tasman Glacier, NZ under the Milky Way – it was a very surreal feeling sitting in front of this glacial lake in the middle of the night!
Chased a winter storm overnight into Yosemite. Caught the sunrise.
I stood here for hours and watched the lava form a new coastline. It was amazing. Hawaii, USA
My take on the old Windows Background – High Valley Tschey, Austria
Beautiful Moraine Lake, AB, Canada.
I wandered a couple of miles from camp back to the head of Lake Gaube to take this shot under the rising full moon (Lac de Gaube) French Pyrenees.
In the deep, dark canyons of Zion
Turquoise Water of Lake Camécuaro in Michoacan, Mexico.
It’s a crazy phenomenon when a mountain’s shadow is cast into the horizon during sunrise. The mountain: South Sister. Three Sisters Wilderness, Oregon, USA.
I love my state. Maroon Bells; Aspen, CO
I couldn’t believe my eyes when I found a series of giant natural tunnels amidst an ancient rainforest. This is the largest one, 600ft long and over 140ft high. Karamea, NZ
Lake Powell, AZ. Just before a storm
Don’t think I’ve seen Black Butte represented on this subreddit. It hasn’t been so black recently.
Manawaiopuna Falls, also known as Jurassic Park Falls as seen from above – Kauai, Hawaii
The most amazing sunrays I have ever seen. Denali (20,320ft) and Foraker (17,400ft) bathed in the golden light of sunset
Hawaii on a midsummmer’s day
I love bowls even when there’s no food in them! Vail, CO
All of my photography experience culminates in this single photograph of Mt. Sergeant Robinson in Alaska, named after the man who saved William H. Seward’s life and who later bought Alaska from Russia
a “closed road” wasn’t going to stop me from witnessing this event – Pfeiffer Beach, Big Sur, CA
When we arrived the mountain was completely covered in clouds and we almost turned around, but the sky eventually cleared to reveal the milkyway above Mount St Helens, Washington
Standing on Dream Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado