This image represents the ancient rhythm of sea and moon cycle captured at Second Beach on Olympics wild coast. I waited until an hour after sunset for the moon to set in between the sea stacks. The tide at this point was receding and allowed me to capture a breaking wave at the base of the bonsai sea stack. There was still a beautiful pink glow in the clouds mixing with twilight blues that lasted until almost 11pm that night. Amazing place, amazing experience!
Great Falls National Park, VA. This is a location along the Potomac I have been waiting to capture for many years. Finally got the right combination of water level, clouds and light to make it happen. Taken on Sunday morning at sunrise.
This was one of the last shots of a beautiful evening just outside Grundarfjordur when the weather finally began to clear. The previous 2 days had been washed out with solid rain. I used manual blending of 4 exposures and a photomatix produced image in this one. In coming weeks, I hope to present a video on Iceland flicking through every picture I took there in 2010 case people were curious!
High water levels and fog added the perfect conditions to capture this portrait of Mohawk Falls in Rickets Glen State Park in the Endless Mountains region of Northern PA. Thanks for having a look and leaving a comment!