Badlands National Park in South Dakota after a storm had moved through the area.
Throughout the Badlands of South Dakota, you would have a hard time finding shade. When you do, it is often in the form of a single tree standing tall in the middle of a wind swept field.
While exploring Bar Island in Acadia National Park, I noticed this solo house standing out in the distance. I decided to use my Tamron 150-600mm at 600mm to isolate the house.
Instead of wondering what is around the corner, remember to slow down and enjoy the view from where you are for a while.
Sideling Hill Welcome Center
I was walking through Banner Marsh near Canton Illinois on a late fall morning. The fog was very thick and I was hoping for some wildlife shots. Instead, I was surprised by this little burst of color in what an otherwise very dull scene.
This image was captured at Chapman State Park in Pennsylvania. The sun was quickly setting and I was running out of light. I only had my Tamron Sp 150-600MM f/5-6.3 Di VC USD lens attached to my Canon 5D Mk IV. This is absolutely not a landscape lens. I managed to get this shot as the sun completely dissapeared behind the mountains.
This image won 1st place in the 2018 Forest Park Nature Center photo contest for the landscape category.
This bridge is in a farmers field in Peoria County in Illinois. We were driving to the apple orchard and saw this off the road. I immediately knew it would be a black and white image even though it was fall and the colors were bright.
This image was taken from the Needles highway in Custer Park. The old tree has so much character.
This image was captured from the Pikes Peak summit at an elevation 14,115 feet. The drive to the top was a tense one, but one there, it was an awe inspiring site to see.
Pikes Peak as seen from Colorado Springs.