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Grazing Elk

A huge elk bull grazes in southwestern Yellowstone National Park. The massive antlers were still covered with velvet. They look like formidable weapons already in the upcoming rut. #yellowstonenationalpark #wildlifephotography  
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Dry Waterfall Cathedral

This dry waterfall in Death Valley National Park's gorgeous Natural Bridge Canyon reminded me of a sort of cathedral. It's hard to convey a sense of scale but this polished vertical drop is some 30 or 40 feet tall.
 
Dry Waterfall Cathedral

This dry waterfall in Death Valley National Park's gorgeous Natural Bridge Canyon reminded me of a sort of cathedral. It's hard to convey a sense of scale but this polished vertical drop is some 30 or 40 feet tall. #deathvalley #landscapephotography  
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Lipan Point Sunrise

The rising sun's light is masked by clouds as it rises over the Grand Canyon at Lipan Point.
 
Lipan Point Sunrise

The rising sun's light is masked by clouds as it rises over the Grand Canyon at Lipan Point.
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Forest Highlights

Sun rays streak through the fog in the redwood forest, highlighting seedlings and other plants on the forest floor. The mix of sunlight and fog was just the right mixture this day in the Redwood National and State Parks. A little too thick and the sun will not shine in rays. Too thin and you loose the sense of atmosphere. I was extremely fortunate to encounter this great mix.
 
Forest Highlights

Sun rays streak through the fog in the redwood forest, highlighting seedlings and other plants on the forest floor. The mix of sunlight and fog was just the right mixture this day in the Redwood National and State Parks. A little too thick and the sun will not shine in rays. Too thin and you loose the sense of atmosphere. I was extremely fortunate to encounter this great mix. #redwoods #landscapephotography  
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Layers, An Ode to Jerry Schurr

Layer upon layer upon layer of the seemingly endless ridges in the Cottonwood Mountains echo the artistic style of artist Jerry Schurr in a very hazy day in Death Valley National Park. #deathvalleynationalpark #landscapephotography  
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Colors of Sunrise

The sun rises over the dark volcanic landscape around Ubehebe Crater in Death Valley National Park. #deathvalleynationalpark #landscapephotography  
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Dry Waterfall Cathedral

This dry waterfall in Death Valley National Park's gorgeous Natural Bridge Canyon reminded me of a sort of cathedral. It's hard to convey a sense of scale but this polished vertical drop is some 30 or 40 feet tall. #deathvalley #landscapephotography  
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Lipan Point Sunrise

The rising sun's light is masked by clouds as it rises over the Grand Canyon at Lipan Point.
#grandcanyon #landscapephotography  
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Forest Highlights

Sun rays streak through the fog in the redwood forest, highlighting seedlings and other plants on the forest floor. The mix of sunlight and fog was just the right mixture this day in the Redwood National and State Parks. A little too thick and the sun will not shine in rays. Too thin and you loose the sense of atmosphere. I was extremely fortunate to encounter this great mix. #redwoods #landscapephotography  
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Forest Dream

Ferns and towering redwoods stand in silence in the fog of the Redwood National and State Parks in northwest California. Fog is a very important part of the precipitation that sustains these giants, providing several extra inches of water through the otherwise dry summer.
 
Forest Dream

Ferns and towering redwoods stand in silence in the fog of the Redwood National and State Parks in northwest California. Fog is a very important part of the precipitation that sustains these giants, providing several extra inches of water through the otherwise dry summer.  #redwoodparks   #landscapephotography  
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+Kurt Lawson beautiful image. The fog adds a great image feel. Thanks you for sharing with the Landscape Photography community.
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