Spring storms bring a cascade to Beard Brook.
California’s Mt. Whitney is framed by a small stone arch in Lone Pine, California.
Like a dolphin rising out of the ocean, a stone arch reaches for the sky.
Oak Harbor’s West Beach is quintessential Puget Sound scenery.
Byron Bay’s Tallow Beach was our home for three months and is a solace for weary souls.
On the banks of the San Juan river in Utah is the majestic Slickhorn Peak.
If there was one waterfall in Iceland I could photograph all day, it would be Skogafoss.
Mountains rise from the seafloor in majesty and power.
An old barn stands in silent testimony to the skill of those who built it.
Stone walls make good neighbors and even better images.
Standing strong since 1840.
One of the many reasons why Andrew Wyeth loved Cushing, Maine.