Runoff from the winter snows cascades down the face of a cliff in Mt Rainier National Park
Liddy checks out the notices that we are about to enter private property. Some years ago, you could get a permit from Hancock Forest Products to hike in and around their Enumclaw, WA tree farm. There is a small cascading waterfall in there that I have photographed in the past and would like to again. Unfortunately, Hancock is not providing passes currently 😒
Waves crash against Tillamook Rock north of Cannon Beach Oregon.
A sea lion rests comfortably on the backs of some of its friends. On the docks of Westport, WA.
Follow Utah Highway 9, the Zion-Mt Carmel Highway, and you will see this magnificent arch just to the east as you enter the Zion-Mt Carmel Tunnel.
The surf at Cape Disappointment provides an endless variety of shapes and forms to the photographer. This one reminds me of a dragon assaulting a Medieval Castle
An old, dead, Juniper is supported by the branches of a young, healthy one. I first posted this photo here two years ago this month. It seemed very appropriate for the beginning of the Pandemic. I don’t think it has lost its impact on me yet.
Tall pine trees stand dwarfed by the surrounding hoodoos in the Amphitheater at Bryce Canyon NP
This is in Bryce Canyon National Park. In the background are the mountains of Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument.in the midground on the left is “The Sinking Ship” and in the foreground on the right, “Thor’s Hammer”
Table Mountain is in the Mt Baker Wilderness of Western Washington. This shot was of a tarn that reflected the fall colors and the mountain.
These mule deer were very curious about Liddy and me as we watched them from the trail.
A coyote trots along the East Canal Road at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge