Just a few drops of rain fell while I was setting up and shooting this long exposure at Cape Tourville in Freycinet National Park, Tasmania. I watched from the boardwalk on the edge of the cape as clouds floated by.
This lone tree standing on the edge of Honeymoon Bay in Tasmania has personality and a bit of drama.
This is one of the many falls I photographed in eastern Australia. Despite Australia’s being described as a flat and dry continent, I saw abundant water tumbling from high places into deep gorges. To see more of today’s creative images, visit Leanne Cole Photography.
The afternoon light meant everything in this shot of a coastal marsh in North Carolina.
I wish I could remember exactly where I stopped for this photograph. Let me just say I think it’s a lovely trestle over the Connecticut River in New England.
This fanciful serpent created by metal sculptor, Ricardo Breceda, goes in and out of the sand and across a road in Anza Borrego Desert Park in California. There are over 100 metal sculptures in the park, all created by Breceda and most representing prehistoric or mythical creatures.
The sunset was warm and glowing at this popular hiking trail near home in Southern California.