A sunset on the Californian Big Sur pacific coast
A sunset over the Californian Big Sur Pacific coast
The wooden Pier in Ventura, California.
Mobius Arch in the Alabama Hills near Lone Pine, California
A view over Death Valley, taken from Zabriskie Point
A view of Death Valley from Zabriskie Point
A sunset over the Californian Big Sur Pacific coast.
The Mobius Arch is a twisted stone portal and natural frame for Mount Whitney nestled in the Alabama Hills.
Lathe Arch located in Alabama Hills near Lone Pine, California.
Bridalveil Fall is often the first waterfall you'll see when entering Yosemite Valley. In spring, it thunders; during the rest of the year, look for its characteristic light, swaying flow. A paved trail leads from the parking area to the base of this waterfall, which flows year-round.
Yosemite Valley is a glacial valley in Yosemite National Park in the western Sierra Nevada mountains of Central California. The valley is about 7.5 miles long and approximately 3000–3500 feet deep, surrounded by high granite summits such as Half Dome and El Capitan, and densely forested with pines
Yosemite National Park is in California’s Sierra Nevada mountains. It’s famed for its giant, ancient sequoia trees, and for Tunnel View, the iconic vista of towering Bridalveil Fall and the granite cliffs of El Capitan and Half Dome.
Titus Canyon is a deep, narrow gorge cut into the steep face of the Grapevine Mountains of the Mojave Desert, within Death Valley National Park in southeastern California and southwestern Nevada. The canyon features limestone rock formations, petroglyphs, and native plants and wildlife.
A sandy pathway to Au Train Bay, Michigan.
Au Train Bay on Lake Superior, Upper Peninsula, Michigan
Miners falls near Munising, Upper Peninsula, Michigan.
Electricity posts crossing a desert near Lone Pine, California.
The Sierra Nevada Mountain range from The Alabama Hills, Lone Pine, California.
McSorley's Old Ale House, the oldest Pub in Manhattan, New York City.
Reflections in Manhattan windows, New York City.
The New York Skyline taken from Liberty Island
A low level view of a skyscraper in Manhattan, New York City.
Skyscrapers in Manhattan, , New York City, America. 07-02-2015
A view of Manhattan from the Statue of Liberty ferry
New York City traffic lights, Manhattan, New York City, New York, America, 07-05-2015
A view of Manhattan, New York City, taken from the top of the Empire State Building.
A high angle view of Manhattan taken from the top of the Empire State Building
The sign for the abandoned Sands Motel, California.
Sign for the abandoned Desert Sun Motel, California.
A classic American Dodge Coronet car with added grain for texture.
A roadway winding through The valley Of Fire, Nevada.
An old derelict abandoned wooden cottage in Virginia, USA
Unconditional Surrender is a series of computer-generated sculptures by Seward Johnson that resemble a 1945 photograph by Alfred Eisenstaedt, V–J day in Times Square, but is said by Johnson to be based on a similar, less well known, photograph by Victor Jorgensen that is in the public domain. The first in the series was installed temporarily in Sarasota, Florida, then was moved to San Diego, California and New York City