Down the Road
I find this scene rather symbolic of everything that is interesting and challenging about landscape photography.. constantly wondering what is down the road and around the bend. Often the answer is nothing... occasionally, it's something wonderful.
Temple of the Virgin
Dawn light catches the bright red-hued peaks at Temple of the Virgin in Zion National Park.
Lone Pine Peak and Boulders
Granite boulders in the foreground frame Lone Pine Peak and Mt. Whitney in the Eastern Sierra on a winter morning.
Early morning sun on granite rocks in the Alabama Hills.
The peak of Mt. Whitney, captured on a cold winter day.
Cedars, Pines and Snow
Fresh snow on the cedars and pines of Mount San Jacinto.
A manzanita bush toppled by heavy snow in the San Jacinto Mountains, creates an abstract composition.
Frozen Pond and Cat Tails
Dry cat tails protruding from the ice of a frozen pond in the San Jacinto Mountains on a cold January morning.
Lone Pine Peak and Mt. Whitney in the pre-dawn twilight on a January morning, framed by one of the most interesting of the many unique granite formations in the Alabama Hills near Lone Pine.
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A bolt of yellow sky illuminated at sunset and framed by granite boulders in the San Jacinto Mountains, near Idyllwild.
Sierra Winter's Morning
Passing clouds and fresh snow on the peaks of the eastern Sierra, captured in golden morning light.
Hole in the Wall
These beautifully textured granite rocks create endless interesting compositions in the Lone Pine area.
Alabama Hills Winter
A winter sky and the peaks of the eastern Sierra range framed by granite formations in the Alabama Hills near Lone Pine.
Big Sky, Owens Valley
A beautiful winter sky as seen over the Owens Valley, with the Sierra Range on the left and the White Mountains on the right.
Cold dawn light on some rock formations, looking toward the eastern edge of the Sierra Mountains.
Lone Pine Dawn
Dawn light graces the craggy heights of Lone Pine Peak.
Cactus and Clouds
A tiny cactus clings to the hard, dry ground east of the Sierras.
Lone Pine Peak #2
Lone Pine Peak framed by huge granite boulders, just west of the town of Lone Pine. Mt. Whitney is at the far right, in the distance.
The odd and interesting granite rocks of the Alabama Hills lit by soft winter light and the peaks of the eastern Sierras.
A viewer commented that these interesting granite rocks appeared as two figures kissing. Ever since, I can't see it any other way.
Horses and Winter Field, Eastern Sierra
I found these horses grazing contentedly in a field on a cold winter's day in the Eastern Sierra, while the stormy sky put on a constantly changing show of light and tone.
Strange granite formations in the Alabama Hills look almost like another planet in spots.
Alabama Hills Twilight
Strangely textured granite formations under the pink and blue sky of a Sierra winter's dawn.
Mt. Whitney #2
Clearing Storm, San Jacinto Mountains
Sunlight reflects off the broken clouds and mist of a clearing storm, while the trees at 6000' are covered with fresh snow, right near where I live on Mt. San Jacinto.