… in Badlands National Park in South Dakota.
If you drive along I-80 in northern Nevada in the USA, this is what you repeatedly see: shadows of clouds on the mountains, virga (rain that doesn’t hit the ground), and isolated farms or resource-extraction sites.
… in the forest at my university.
… but not with anger. I would very much like to walk through a forest like this.
This is me reluctantly agreeing with Denny that a prime lens is definitely what I needed…
(Gallagher Pier, Buffalo NY)
… lines in the snow in a field at my university.
… between seasons in the forest at my university.
… on a trail bordering my university.
This “Statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary” at my university is surrounded by a forest named after a Franciscan friar …
… on a journey through the woods at my university.
… that’s not snow … the nearby river flooded my favorite forest, leaving a crust of inches-thick ice.
… after an ice storm near my house.
… near Farmington, New Mexico, USA.
Sadly, global warming isn’t real – so it looks like I won’t be able to get as many of these shots.
(Hamburg Beach, New York)
… with tomorrow’s high forecast as 0 (yes, ZERO) degrees, this image seems appropriate.
… boulders of volcanic rock that have fallen from the minette dike emanating from Shiprock, an 1,800-foot-high volcanic plug in northwestern New Mexico.
… for a 1950s-era Chevy Apache beside the main drag of Tucumcari, New Mexico.