The northwestern sea cliffs of Scotland’s Shetland Islands are a great place to completely lose track of time. It was fantastic to be surrounded by cliffs, sea stacks, and crashing waves. Continue Reading
While photographing in Bodega Bay, California, I found one more seagull willing to pose for the camera! This is my submission this week to Leanne Cole’s monochrome challenge.
To a surfer, “shredding” means doing a fancy maneuver. I’m not a surfer, but I like to watch! I shot this at The Wedge in Newport Beach, California, on an afternoon when good waves were rolling in. The wedge-shaped waves at this popular spot are caused when one wave is being deflected off the nearby jetty just as a following wave comes in to meet it.
I shot this naturally blue monochromatic image from the Northumberland Ferry while traveling from Prince Edward Island to Nova Scotia, Canada. I have submitted it to this week’s water-themed challenge hosted by Leanne Cole.
I took this photo years ago and decided to post it because the bird is too amazing just to sit in my archives. Affable and clumsy on land, boobies are skilled aerial divers when feeding at sea. In Ecuador’s Galapagos Islands, these birds nest on low-lying mangroves that manage to take root in fields of lava with a minimal soil layer.