Posts Tagged ‘Nature’

Day and Night at Triple Falls, Glacier National Park, Montana

"Sun-Crowned Falls, Glacier National Park, Montana"

Triple Falls is a hidden location among the alpine meadows dubbed the Hanging Gardens in Logan Pass, Glacier National Park, Montana. This stunning waterfall is also known as Double or Quadruple Falls depending on the number of streams joining the Reynolds Creek as it flows towards lower elevations, often a reflection of how much snow […]





Wild Goose Island and St. Mary Lake, Glacier National Park, Montana

"Rainbow Over Wild Goose Island," Glacier National Park, Montana

Oh boy…where do I begin (again)? I apologize for having so little time to regularly update this blog and thank my loyal readers for continuing to follow along. In the past few months, some exciting opportunities have come my way that I hope to share with you soon. I have also been fortunate enough to […]





Majestic Appalachia, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee

"Spring Awakening," Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee

The natural beauty of the Appalachian Mountains in Great Smoky Mountains National Park is fully revealed during the spring. Slowly waking up from its winter slumber, the valleys fill with the sound of rushing streams and singing birds. Blooming dogwoods, budding trees and a variety of wildflowers that make the Smokies so famous cover the […]





Mother Bear and Cubs, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee

"Hanging On," Nikon D800 handheld, NIKKOR 70-200 f/2.8, 1/100 sec at f/5, ISO 800

In the great spirit of Mother’s Day, I’m sharing some images of a mother black bear with her three cubs captured this spring in the Smokies. Mama was busy protecting them in a truly menacing fashion just like a loving mother should while teaching the kids how to climb trees. Across all cultures, borders (and […]





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