Berries in the first snow of the year. Arnold Arboretum, Boston, MA
A crisp fall sunrise in Albany, New Hampshire.
A stripe falls on the Grand Teton Mountains on a cool fall morning.
Beams peak through a sunset behind the Grand Tetons
Not sure I would have posted this if not for the well-placed duck. Oxbow Bend, Grand Tetons, Wyoming.
Craters of the Moon National Monument is one of the most bizarre landscapes I've seen in the US and I absolutely love it.
An early-season snow storm obscured the Tetons, but created other interesting photo opportunities.
A lonesome red tree in the early fall in the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York
After a long and frustrating aurora chase, it finally became visible in central Quebec.
A five mile round trip hike, Bridal Veil Falls near Franconia, NH is every bit worth the trip.
A more intimate look at the lower tier of Bridal Veil Falls in New Hampshire.
The sun rises over Guadalupe Mountains National Park in Texas
The road punches out of the fog and into Texas
Sometimes there's so much going on that you need a fisheye to take it in. Near Sucre, Bolivia.
Volcan Chachani, the other mountain overlooking Arequipa, Peru
The sun reflects through Cañon del Colca in southern Peru at sunrise.
A simple, warm sunrise near Andahuaylas, Peru
The windy descent from Abra Apacheta, a 15560 ft elevation pass in southern Peru
Fog comes in at sunset, though it does not obscure the distant Cordillera Willkapampa. Abra Huayllaccasa, near Andahuaylas, Peru.
Smoke fills the Nez-Perce forest in Idaho
The Northern Lights near La Tuque, Quebec
The marble caves of Capilla Marmol in Chilean Patagonia
The classic view at the top of the Torres Del Paine trek in Patagonia.
The Cuernos (horns) in Torres del Paine National Park in Chile
Fog rolls through Torres del Paine national park
An IR black and white of the entire Cordillera del Paine in Patagonia
An aurora storm looking due south towards St-Felicien, Quebec
A fisheye is needed to capture a huge aurora display just north of St-Felicien, Quebec
Early morning on the Teton's inner park road
Pink light on the Grand Tetons early in the morning
Early-morning light hits Grand Teton, the mountain for which the range is named.
The Perseid meteor shower as seen from New Brunswick, Canada
Back-lit fall foliage in Boston's Arnold Arboretum
A light shines through Antelope Canyon in Arizona
Sand falls from the walls of Antelope Canyon in Arizona
An ice crystal on the beach at Jökulsárlón, Iceland
Iceland's Dettifoss, the most powerful waterfall in Europe
Reflections of the Jökulsárlón iceberg lagoon in Iceland