Today's Photo of the Day for Wednesday, April 26, 2017
On our way to the Indian bar campsite their were a couple of river crossings. I wish I knew the name of this one! I think it's Boulder Creek. Here is the link to the color version: River on the Wonderland Trail - Possibly Boulder Creek
Previous Photos of the Day...
I took this photo on one, sunny afternoon. These purple and white bearded irises were nearby my home and I walked past them for a few days, thinking to myself each time, "I need to bring my camera!" Once I did I was able to capture this image of this beautiful flower!
As I was traveling through California the sky was a beautiful blue with a unique cloud formation.
This statue and others like it are found on the Hope Memorial Bridge, formerly called the Lorain-Carnegie Bridge. Here is more information about the Hope Memorial Bridge.
While on a business trip to Colorado shooting some video for a company near Centennial, I made a stop over to Denver and the Red Rock park to check out the beautiful and breath taking views!
I captured this photo after an ice storm came through the Cleveland area. The storm provided some great picture opportunities that I was able to capture the following day including this tree branch coated in ice!
I captured this photo after an ice storm came through the Cleveland area. The storm provided some great picture opportunities that I was able to capture the following day including this sign located in the Rocky River Metroparks!
While at a farm photographing some of the wildlife I was able to capture this very colorful Macaw parrot!
A view of Mount Rainier on our way to the Mowich River Campground. I love how the opening in the trees allowed for such a beautiful view!
I captured this image a few hours before dusk. I really liked the color of the lake, the blue cloud-speckled-sky and how nice the mountain fits into the frame.
This photo is of the newly installed sign at Edgewater Park (The Upper Portion), right before sunrise. I love the colors during these twilight hours! This sign was installed shortly after the Cleveland Cavs won the championship!
Halfdome in Yosemite National Park. Halfdome is a unique experience for a day hike! Here is some more information about it: http://www.nps.gov/yose/planyourvisit/halfdome.htm
When I was traveling to California I made a stop at University of California, Santa Cruz. The campus amazed me as it was tucked into a beautiful forest on the side of small mountain. It was very cool! Here is an image along one of the paths you would travel on to class. A neat looking, old tree stump with vibrant moss growing on it!
A view of San Francisco Bay. The weather was changing all day in the Bay area! I was fortunate enough to capture this image. I really like how the clouds were forming in this image.
On my way to Hawaii, I was waiting for my flight of San Jose. Since I had some time to wait I decided to go on a little adventure and check out any nearby parks or nature reserves. I decided to set out towards the Stevens Creek Shoreilne Nature Study Area. I had no idea what to expect or what it would look like. It was a pretty barren area which didn't illicit too much excitment from me, but after walking around for a bit I noticed there were still some cool things to photograph. This patch of earch being one of them! I don't know how it got this way, but I thought it looked it looked really neat!
This photo is of the newly installed sign at Edgewater Park (The Upper Portion), right at sunrise! This sign was installed shortly after the Cleveland Cavs won the championship!
On our way to the Indian Bar campsite we crossed over the Panhandle Gap. This photo was taken a short distance after we crossed the gap.
This was our view in the morning of Mount Rainier after our stay at the Klapatche Park Campground.
The Yorktown Onion is native to York County and likely introduced into the area in the colonial times from England. Seed exchange was common between the colony and the mother country. Source: Remember Yorktown
I took this photo on one, sunny afternoon. These pink lilies were nearby my home and I walked past them for a few days, thinking to myself each time, "I need to bring my camera!" Once I did I was able to capture this image of this beautiful flower!