Flowerpot Rocks at High Tide
Kyakers explore thw Flowerpot Rocks in The Rocks Provincial Park on Fundy Bay. At low tide, these rocks sit high and dry.
Flowerpot Rocks at Low Tide
The Flowerpot Rocks loom out of the fog during low tide at The Rocks Provincial Park on Fundy Bay. At high tide, the entire area is covered in 30 feet of water.
Looking up through koa branches along the u'u ka O'helo trail
Okeefenokee Cypress Birdhouse
When this part of the Okeefenokee swamp burned, some lucky birds had their house spared
Is Anybody Home?
A vine-enveloped knothole would make an ideal nesting place for... somebody.
Gnarled branches of a Live Oak tree reach for the sky.
Cypress trees reflect in the dark water of the Okeefenokee swamp
Outback Sunrise Silhouettes
The sunrise silhouettes a grove of trees in the outback
A grove of contorted trees peeks out of the fog along Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park
Shrouded in fog, the Appalachian Trail feels timeless
Blue Ridge Cemetery
A giant dogwood tree stands watch over a cemetery near Lula in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Georgia
Hosmer Grove is an early forestation experiment. Most of the trees aren't native to Hawaii.
Central Park 5
I really liked the contrast between the trees and the buildings behind, all reflected in the city reservoir.