I was catching the sun’s last glimmers from beautiful Ocean Drive in Newport, Rhode Island.
Colorful boats and changing leaves make autumn gorgeous in Nova Scotia. We were somewhat lost on the less-traveled roads when we happened upon this quiet scene.
I had a little Friday fun seeing what I could do with some ranunculus that I photographed in Carlsbad, CA.
In this little spot of countryside in Sonoma County, California, you can still see windmills, grazing animals, and small farms. This will be my submission this week to the Monochrome Madness Challenge hosted by Leanne Cole and Laura Macky.
The local people at Inverness, in Nova Scotia, Canada told us that theirs were the best sunsets in the world. Having seen some pretty spectacular sunsets over the years, I was anxious to see what was different about theirs. The sunset was indeed a beautiful spectacle and the one thing that stood out about it was the intense orange glow that lasted long after the sun had vanished below the horizon.
This is a view of prairie land and a stormy late-afternoon sky just north of Cody, Wyoming. I will be submitting this photo to Monochrome Madness Week 22 hosted by Leanne Cole and Laura Macky.
This is a glimpse through the fog of a portion of Point Reyes National Seashore in California. The park is designated a nature preserve, but a few farms are allowed to operate inside its borders.