An incredible sunset from the rocks of Jane Bald on Roan Mountain. This stunning spot is along the Appalachian Trail and features an incredible rhododendron bloom in early to mid-June. We were incredibly lucky to catch such an amazing sunset.
The gorgeous Seljalandsfoss waterfall in West Iceland. The rock outcropping behind the falls lets you walk all the way around it, though you'll get pretty wet in the process. The storm clouds made for an ominous, but beautiful, shot (blue skies are the enemy of good photography, as they say).
Gullfoss is by far the most famous of Iceland's hundreds of incredible waterfalls, largely due to its location on the tourist-friendly "Golden Circle," which is a 300km loop of some of Iceland's most dramatic sites in an easy day trip from Reykjavik. In Icelandic, 'gull' means golden and 'foss' means falls, which is an appropriate name for this gorgeous natural wonder in the glow of the late evening sun.
The glacier Hofsjökull (and largest active volcano in Iceland) rises in the background. You can also see a bit of the mist rainbow to the left of the falls.
Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon is a large glacial lake formed at the base of Breiðamerkurjökull glacier. As chunks of the glacier break off, they float through the lake and out to the Atlantic Ocean, creating an incredible natural wonder in the process.
Having never been to coastal Maine before, I decided on a whim to make the trip to see Marshall Point Light. That turned out to be the best decision on an amazing trip, as a perfectly cloudy day transformed into a stunning sunset of purples, blues, reds, and oranges. Over the course of several hours, I took some of my best photographs, not just in Maine, but all time. This three frame HDR composition is my personal favorite. Try it as a landscape print or as an acrylic face mount.