A classic winter sunset.
A magical morning amongst the redwoods in Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park (northern California). I was told that this part of the Coastal Trail was originally Highway 101.
You can almost see the Rio Grande Gorge (which cuts through the Taos Plateau in New Mexico) starting right here in the San Luis Valley of southern Colorado. It seems so similar to the Gorge, although it’s not nearly as deep here.
Last night’s super-soft sunset: Just a couple of stripes of light during the darkest days of the year.
Rock formations leaning every which way in Zion National Park, Utah.
I was up in southern Colorado a month or so ago and encountered a bunch of horses. They looked wild but I don’t think they were because this one, in particular, really wanted to be my friend. Nonetheless, they were running free in a wide expanse of open range and, come to think of it, so was I.