Lanterman's Mill Lanterman's was built in 1845-46 and operates today as it did in the 1800s, grinding corn, wheat, and buckwheat.
Light shines through the earth's surface on to the sand floor in Antelope Canyon.
5 shot hdr of dock located on Hudson Springs Lake
This was taken about 7 miles from the south rim on Tanner Trail. The Palisades of the Desert are the cliffs that border the Colorado River along Tanner Canyon.
Clouds cover the tops of the Grand Teton range in Wyoming
Casting a line in Blacktail which runs off of the Snake River in Grand Teton National Park.
Cherry Blossoms frame the Jefferson Monument along Tidal Basin in Washington DC.
Beautiful Cathedral Falls, along route 64 near Charleston WV.
Infrared shot of the grist mill at Babcock State Park in West Virginia.
This is shot in the wild. This guy flew into my backyard and posed on my shepherds rod for about 10 minutes before he flew off again looking for food, I presume.
A Confederate soldier consoles a wounded comrade during Hale Farm and Village's 150th anniversary of Gettysburg re-enactment.
The Milky Way spreads upward from these tress at Sand Harbor Lake Tahoe. The golden glow is from city lights across the lake.
Day breaks on Emerald Bay Lake Tahoe
Yellow Swallowtail feeds on a purple coneflower in Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
These hands belong to a 78 year-old Haitian man who lives in Ouanaminthe, Haiti. He had been losing his sight and attended a medical clinic where glasses and eye care were being provided. This picture is at the moment he received glasses and was able to see and read clearly which he had not been able to do for many years. The very first thing he reached for was his well-worn but highly treasured bible.
Stairwell located in Garfield Memorial leading to Crypts. Garfield Memorial is located in Lakeview Cemetery.
Since 1848, this historic Cathedral church in the middle of Cleveland’s civic center has served Catholics and the wider community of Cleveland as a prayerful oasis and spiritual home. As the Bishop’s Church, the Cathedral is the “Mother Church” for over 800,000 Catholics in the Diocese of Cleveland. It is also a vibrant, growing parish community, praising God and serving him in the parish neighborhood.
Spring rains swell the Little River in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
The massive yet stately NPK765 comes to rest at the station in Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
Dew drop reflects Black-eyes Susan.