An autumn view of the falls at Big Woods State Park. The flow was quite heavy from all the recent rain which was a big change from the near trickle I experienced back in June. I plan to come back and photograph the falls when there’s snow on the ground. 10/7/2017
The picturesque hidden falls of Nerstrand Big Woods State Park. This park is about an hour south of Minneapolis and holds one of the last examples of big woods vegetation in MN. 6/24/2017
I took this photo at the end of a long and soggy day on the Superior Hiking Trail. It had been pouring all day, but the rain magically stopped as soon as I stumbled into my campsite. The forest came alive with golden sun rays pouring through the endless moss-riden trees. This trail is located along the Lake Superior shoreline of Minnesota and is well known to backpackers.
Memories of a cloud-shrouded Mt. Gould from a few summers ago. I took this photo on my way across Swiftcurrent Lake in Glacier National Park. A ferry boat took us across Swiftcurrent and another ferry at Lake Josephine which led to the Grinnell Glacier trail. Oh how convenient!
Photo from Minnehaha falls in Minneapolis. This place is a lot of fun to explore when the 53′ waterfall freezes over in the coldest months of winter. Once the waterfall freezes over, it forms an ice cave against the limestone walls of the cliff.
At 10:14PM I took a moonlit exposure of the St. Croix River from our canoe campsite. The moon was super bright and full that night so flashlights were almost unnecessary. There is a red glow visible on the trees/grass from the camp fire. f/8, ISO-800, 110sec.
Mountains are stunning from any distance. Photo taken in Rocky Mountain National Park.