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A delightful country drive in east Georgia. I'm sure I have the right road and general area mapped, but any help fine-tuning the exact spot would be welcomed

A nice waterfall: very nicely developed recreation area above and with an iron stairway giving the more adventuresome easy access to the gorge.

Albion Falls. There are larger falls in the area, and certainly more spectacular ones. But for sheer accessability and 'explorability', this one is my favorite!

A wonderful Autumn scene from St. Joseph's Island in the St. Mary's River. This is one of those shots you can turn upside down and have almost as good an image as the original.

Niagara Falls from a completely different perspective! The brink of the Canadian Falls from two perspectives in one shot, and the Rainbow Bridge in the background. Wave to the Americans!

This photo is compliments of a perfectly windless early spring day high in the interior of BC. Every lake was a perfect mirror with not a breath of wind to spoil the reflection.

The Pacific Rim! This was just a quick snapshot on a stormy afternoon as I quickly visited this area. It has become one of my favorite photos. I definitely have to get back here some day for an extended shoot.

The migration of the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse: what an amazing feat of engineering! The old foundation remains -- precariously close to the crashing surf -- engraved with the names of those who's charge was to keep the light burning. A very nice touch, and a fitting memorial.

Rocks the size of houses calving off cliffsides and tumbled-down into the crystal-clear waters of Georgian Bay: this is what the Bruce Trail approaching Tobermory is like.

The Badlands of South Dakota are truly breathtaking. Even in the 'tamer' sections like this, it is possible to get lost yet still see your car parked on the rim. It is a labyrinth of one impassable obstacle after another; yet the wonder of the place keeps drawing you deeper in. I try to imagine settlers with wagons trying to find safe passage through this area. They truly were bad lands for wagons.


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