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The Mist

Hiking up and down the hills of Butano State Park led to lots of different climates in a short distance. This particularly misty section was beautiful and thick with a green covering on the floor of the forest.

The Mist


Misty Mount Rainier

A very wet and misty day set the mood for my trip to Mount Rainier. No big views of the volcano, but I quite liked the clouds and fog that were everywhere.

Misty Mount Rainier


Sliding Into Summer

Last week was all about winter and this week is all about summer! This caterpillar knows all about the change of the seasons. They are taking over our neighborhood right now, but it won’t be long before the seasons change and these guys make a transformation of their own.

Sliding Into Summer


Last Cornice of Spring

Skiing off a cornice such as this one can be intimidating. Last weekend there was nothing but soft, slushy spring snow everywhere, so skiing over this was more like dropping into a pile of mashed potatoes than skiing over a steep drop.

Last Cornice of Spring


To Catch a Snowflake

As a kid I remember catching snowflakes on my finger or on my tongue. This wolf wants in on the action as well, and is happy to let the falling snow pile up on his nose.

To Catch a Snowflake


Study in White

At a height of 10,450 feet, the top of Rendezvous Mountain sees a lot of wind and snow during the winter. Everything is covered in white, making for a very monochrome landscape. Even the sturdy trees have a hard time standing up to this kind of weather and are quickly weighed down by the snow.

Study in White


Dreaming of Snow

It may not feel like winter yet to you, but up to three feet of snow is predicted to fall in the Sierra Nevada over the next few days. That forecast makes me ready to head out in weather like this to enjoy some fresh snow. What are you hoping to do this winter?

Dreaming of Snow


A Ray of Light for New York City

The World Trade Center Transportation Hub was just getting the final touches when I visited in 2016. Through the last of the construction I caught a purple ray of light in my lens that I thought fit this place just perfectly.

A Ray of Light for New York City


The Majestic Bald Eagle

I was lucky enough to see our national bird up close and personal on a trip to my home state of Wisconsin. I like this angle of him, perched on a branch right before he swooped over Lake Michigan looking for fresh fish. You can tell he is wary of me, but also has his eye on the prize in the lake below.

The Majestic Bald Eagle


Out of the Rain but Covered in Mist

Standing behind this waterfall under the rock shelf meant being out of the rain, but the powerful Seljalandsfoss is 200 feet tall and produces a lot of mist. My camera and I got pretty wet, but it was worth it to be able to experience this close up.

Out of the Rain but Covered in Mist




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