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A spring day in the Oregon hills.
After two weeks of being mostly offline, a return to posting. This incredible cloud formation was just minutes before the sky around Lake Naivasha opened with a massive…
A late afternoon hike near Paarl. It’s not every day that you see warnings to “Beware of Mountain Lions.”
Cold water after a long and difficult hike to the top of Cerro Chato, a dormant volcano near La Fortuna, Costa Rica. The proportions made me think of Mark…
A hike through a forest near the Kingston ferry terminal where enormous cedars shoot straight into the sky.
Along the Billy Goat Trail.
From a path along the Bruce Trail, near Big Bay, looking south.
Along the Billy Goat Trail in Great Falls Park.
In a silent forest of cedars, poplars and ancient granite, a void worthy of a fantastic fable.
While moving downhill on a trail.
On the Bruce Trail near Wiarton.
Hiking the Bruce Trail near Big Bay.
Looking north into Maryland from West Virginia as a freight train rolls south on the leftmost bridge, with the remnants of a third on the right. The rocky…
Looking down on Harper’s Ferry from the trail above the river.
An opening along the trail above Harper’s Ferry.
Where in 1862, the Union Army hunkered down for its eventual battle with the Confederates.
The amazing forest of the Niagara Escarpment, along the Bruce Trail, northeast of Owen Sound.
Along the Bruce Trail, northwest of Owen Sound.
Near the entrance to the park, this tunnel marks the beginning of the trail that leads to the first overlook of the falls.
After the last several posts from Toronto, the opposite of the city. Looking north on Georgian Bay.
A long exposure of a group of falls on the Argentina side, processed to look like vintage wet-plate photo chemistry.
Nearing the end of the trail on the Brazil side of the falls, a glimpse behind the water. This perspective is from the top left corner of the…
The beginning of the falls, at the top of the “Devil’s Throat.”
Looking through the trees on the Brazil side of the falls. The rightmost side of the walkway at the top is where On The Edge was taken.
People departed. Tour boats stopped. Just the roar and the early evening sun over this massive ring of waterfalls.
A pair of “tiny” waterfalls near the end of the main trail in Iguazu National Park. With hundreds of falls in the park spilling millions of gallons of water…
Looking west toward the Brazil side of the falls.
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