Another Day in California
A few feet off California's extraordinary Highway 1, a scenic coastal highway that runs the length of the state. This was a quiet Friday afternoon at Bean Hollow State Beach in San Mateo County, near Pescadero, California.
Alamere Tidefall into the Pacific
One of only two tidefalls in California, Alamere Falls in the Point Reyes National Seashore flows directly into the Pacific Ocean.
The sun sets over the salt flats and marshes of one of Silicon Valley's loneliest and quietest corners; a relic of history where the ruins of a bygone era defy the stratospheric housing and population growth everywhere else in the Bay. Hikers pass through to experience the sun through one of Alviso's truly unique architectural structures.
The world through Alviso's intriguing architectural creations in the salt flats and marshes of northern San Jose, California in Silicon Valley.
Union Pacific 4000
Union Pacific 4000 model circling a building in Seoul, Republic of South Korea
South Korean Protest
Tens of thousands in Seoul, South Korea turn out for protests in the wake of the impeachment of President Park Geun-hye and the special election for a new president.
Yosemite Snow Peaks
Under the Pier
Underneath Princeton Pier at Pillar Point Harbor, Half Moon Bay, California.
Above the Beach
Forest path within Fitzgerald Marine Reserve, Moss Beach, California
One of only two remaining monk seal species left in the world, this Neomonachus schauinslandi -- Hawaiian Monk Seal -- is one of the most endangered marine mammals in the world, and the rarest seal or sea lion in US waters.
Stony Man Summit
Stony Man Summit, Shenandoah National Park. August 2015.
Entering an ice cavern inside Mendenhall Glacier.
Choosing the Road Less Traveled
Fork in an ice cave inside Mendenhall Glacier.
Looking back to the world outside; a world far removed in color and intensity from that which defines the blue caverns underneath Mendenhall Glacier.
Rivers of the Underworld
Rivers flowing from two waterfalls inside an ice cave underneath Mendenhall Glacier. The rivers forcibly carve a massive glacier defined on the inside by hues of blue and an intensity of color like few other places in the world.