Possession Sound seawater of the pacific is home to many species of birds and fish. Calm waters that go in and out with the tide and is used by Navey and fishing boats, excursion boats,
La Push Sunset
La Push is a village on the west coast of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State. It lies at the mouth of the Quillayute River, surrounded by Olympic National Park. It’s known for wild Pacific beaches like First Beach, with its huge waves. Forested trails lead to Second and Third beaches, where birds gather on offshore rock formations. At Rialto Beach, tide pools surround Hole-in-the-Wall, a natural rock arch.
Trumpet Swans Sunset
Trumpeter SwanSunset what could be more intertaining. These guys are huge. This was taken around La conner WA. The trumpeter swan is a species of swan found in North America. The heaviest living bird native to North America, it is also the largest extant species of waterfowl with a wingspan that may exceed 10 ft.
The Oregon Coast’s sea stacks and islands were formed by millions of years old lava flows originating from present day Eastern Oregon and Washington.
Taken in BLM lands around Red Rock State Park, Las Vegas Nevada.I was focused on the clouds, I love clouds, they all have their own character to me, you will see a lot of clouds in my photos. This cloud formation is jumping to be seen, to show its mood, reflecting the sun and its color.
The Fly Geyser-1
Fly Geyser, also known as Fly Ranch Geyser is a small geothermal geyser located on private land in Washoe County, Nevada approximately 20 miles (32 km) north of Gerlach. Fly Geyser is located near the edge of Fly Reservoir in the Hualapai Geothermal Flats and is approximately 5 feet (1.5 m) high, by 12 feet (3.7 m) ...The geyser continues to grow and change, and has formed several terraced pools, formed by calcium carbonate in the water. Fly geyser. The stunning colors come from the thermophilic algae that grows in the water provided by the geyser..
Haleakalā, or the East Maui Volcano, is a massive shield volcano that forms more than 75% of the Hawaiian Island of Maui. The western 25% of the island is formed by another volcano, Mauna Kahalawai, also referred to as the West Maui Mountains. Haleakala means "the house of the sun" and is the name Hawaiians have given the 10,000-foot dormant volcano that is Maui's most conspicuous physical feature and one of its biggest attractions
Weeping Rock Zion
Weeping Rock offers a spectacular view down-canyon, especially of Zion's signature landmark The Great White Throne. Water that has filtered for 1200 years seeps out of the Navajo Sandstone where it meets the Kayenta Shale and forms a steady rain in front of an overhang. Enroute you pass through a sloping swamp, ....
Death Valley Race Track
Would I go again, probably not, its that bad just getting there. After you start the bad part it takes over 3 hours to get there provided you dont have flat tires to change. Perhaps you’ve never heard of the Racetrack Playa, or maybe you’ve heard of it but just don’t know much about it? The Racetrack Playa is a remote location deep within Death Valley National Park. It is a massive playa (dry lake bed) that measures 2.8 miles long by 1.3 miles (4.5 km by 2.1 km) wide. The playa is famous amongst tourists and photographers because of its mysterious “sailing rocks” that leave trails behind them on the playa. It’s said that nobody has ever witnessed the rocks moving. Because of that, there is no shortage of theories about how they move about the playa. While the Racetrack Playa is incredibly remote, in reality it’s really not all that far away from the main attractions at the park like the Mesquite Sand Dunes. The problem is that a mountain range sits in-between the two (so you have to drive all the way around).