The autumn rice harvest was in full swing during our visit to Guizhou Province, China. Some nice farmers taught me the proper way to thresh and I helped out a little. This photo will be my submission this week to the Monochrome Madness Challenge hosted by Leanne Cole and Laura Mackey.
This tower house castle, dating back to the fifteenth century, still stands quietly nestled amid trees and lush green rolling hills in County Limerick, Ireland.
Although single rainbows are common occurrences around this powerful waterfall on the Canadian side of the Niagara River, on this afternoon two rainbows dipped into the rising mist.
I created this abstract from a photo of afternoon reflections of a wharf in the harbor at Newport Beach, California.
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.