These rocks, artfully arranged by nature, are part of the Split Rock historic area in Wyoming. This locale is named after a nearby peak that served as a distinctive landmark for early pioneers because of a large cleft at its summit. To see more entries in Leanne Cole’s weekly challenge publication, click here.
This chimney-shaped rock pillar is a hardened remnant of a red sandstone cliff. It rises distinctively in the background of this prairie landscape in northern Wyoming.
An evening walk through a coastal marsh led to this sunset peeking through from across the Currituck Sound off North Carolina. Not far from this spot on the Outer Banks, a 200-mile long string of barrier islands, you can also enjoy a sunrise over the Atlantic.
The cliffs across from the twin-arched Rocky Creek bridge are popular outlook points along California’s Central Coast. Fog rolling in from the sea on this summer day soon obscured the vista and subdued the bright yellows of the wildflowers.
During our visit to Canada, intermittent rainstorms produced dramatic clouds off the shore of Prince Edward Island. This is my image for this week’s challenge hosted by Leanne Cole.
This charming vista looks eastward from the Trotternish Peninsula on Scotland’s Isle of Skye toward the hills of smaller islands across the Sound of Raasay.
I photographed this lovely iris at Descanso Gardens in La Canada Flintridge, California. This image is my submission to this week’s Monochrome Madness Challenge hosted by Leanne Cole.