1. Kungar Cave The Kungur Ice Cave is located in near the ancient Russian town of Kungur, and stretches under the ground for over 6 kilometres. There are several dozens of grottoes in these passages, the largest of which is known as the Friendship Grotto. 2. Krubera Cave The Krubera Cave (or the Voronya Cave, … More Top 10 “Amazing” Caves of Russia
Marble Caves are the most famous attraction of Patagonia (Chile). This Caves attract a lot of tourists from the different corners of the globe. The labyrinths created in marble nature impress the senses. Illuminated by a sunlight penetrating some places, carved marble arches are a truly unforgettable sight. The glare of the reflected light in the … More MIrror Reflections – Chile & Russia
When I saw this couple walking towards the beach coupled with the posted sign I was imagining this was posted as “The Speed of Love. What I wasn’t prepared for was the shadow effect I got with this picture. Them walking hand in hand, to what looks like the open ocean and the fog beyond … More The Speed of Love
This was a totally unexpected find on my trip to go camping up around Mt. Saint Helens. A buddy and I where exploring the area looking for the Pacific Crest Trail head. We had actually just pulled off to the side of the road. I noticed that there was a small waterfall up the creek … More Mt. Saint Helens, Washington
LaCamas Creek Bridge
Because it is such a large vista a single photo wasn’t enough.
With the rugged beauty of the hills around Zions and then finding a spot where this ruggedness and man’s influence meet I thought would be an interesting shot.
I wanted to capture the entire vista, this was my first attempt to splicing, I think it turned out okay. The whole Zions National Park area is absolutely beautiful.