Utah has diverse topography ranging from the canyons of the Colorado Plateau to the mountains of the Wasatch and Uinta ranges and the arid salt flats of the western region. Utah is a great place to find reptiles and hidden in red rock canyons are a variety of colorful wildflowers. View the gallery..
These photos were taken by a friend shortly before she passed away on a mountain road seven years ago. They were taken at Mount Evans. She died not on Mount Evans, but nearby.
A few things have me thinking of her sad death this week. But Heather, you are not forgotten and I’ll always remember your kindness.
No state can compare with Alaska for wildlife. In this huge state where wilderness still reigns supreme, the challenge is more about traversing the wild interior than it is about finding nature. The other challenge is that while a plethora of wildlife might be visible, it is often at a GREAT distance. The more powerful the zoom lens, the better. View the gallery…
I spent a couple days in the Smoky Mountains which was enough time to see some of the wild animals and enjoy the beautiful fall foliage of this spot of the Appalachians. With abundant rainfall the Smoky Mountains are the most biodiverse spot in the entire continental United States. View the Gallery
Scorching hot July day in the foothills but beautiful up high just off the Guanella Pass. Easy hike of four miles round trip.
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The next wildlife photography page features South Carolina. It’s surprising what I could photograph in only two days in South Carolina. Mostly small creatures, it’s a diverse gallery nonetheless. View the Wildlife of South Carolina…