Color Rhododendron Morning
I came across this group of Rhododendron early in the morning. The way the light was falling on the leaves caught my eye.
Mt. Constitution Fog
We took the road to the top of Mt. Constitution in Moran State Park. The Fog rolled in for awhile.
The Douglas Fir trees in the Moran State Park on Orcas Island in the Jan Juan Islands were unbelievable to see and experience.
Douglas Fir I
Douglas Fir II
Douglas Fir III
Orcas Cascade Trail
The Douglas Fir trees in the Moran State Park on Orcas Island in the Jan Juan Islands were unbelievable to see and experience. This is the Orcas Cascade Trail.
Douglas Fir Trail
I food this leaf in the Smokey Mountain National Park. I liked the texture of the old worn out fall leaf with the old log.
End of Fall
i came across this nearly perfect fall leaf in Waynesville, NC in the fall of 2014. I just couldn't pass it up. My wife had to wait while went back to the car for the camera and took the image. The lighting was just right.
End of Fall 03 - Panthertown, NC
While hiking in the Panthertown area I came acroos a group of leaves floating in a stream that just told the fall story.
Fall Tree 01 - Wayah Bald, NC
Fall Leaves NC
Fall in the Highlands, NC area is really beautiful. I found these back lighted red maple leaves in the Whiteside Cove area.
Tree of Time
I have taken images of this tree on the west coast of Florida several times. It seems every time I visit the tree there is a different image to take as the light changes.
Fall Trees at Whiteside
When in the valley looking up at Whiteside Mountain the sun coming through the fall leaves was beautiful.
I liked the way the branches of the Cyprus tree framed the Spanish moss. Spanish moss by itself is a difficult subject of capture. This image is a color made as a B&W with the color brought back in but still has the feeling of a color image.
The Old Florida was trying to capture the costal area of Florida with the state tree the Sable palm framed by the Spanish Moss. I liked the reflection of the palm in the water with the birds. The more I looked at the image the more I saw.