Misty Great Falls – 3

I have taken so many misty Great Falls images over the years and yet never get tired of this nature beauty. You see, even with the same river background, the morning river mist and sunlight could transform them into a total different landscape. The mist […]

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The Library of Congress in Washington, DC

Note: Featured image was downloaded from Flickr The oldest of the three United States Library of Congress buildings, the Thomas Jefferson Building was built between 1890 and 1897. It was originally known as the Library of Congress Building and is located on First Street SE, […]

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Monocacy Battlefield in Colors

I have shot many images at the Best Farm of Monocacy National Battlefield in Frederick, Maryland, just about 7-8 minutes away from my home.  With the beautiful sunset sky and the ready-to-be-harvested golden color soy bean fields, I could not resist to take a few […]

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Pacific Northwest Photo Tour

Over the past 7-8 years I have led many of our photo club members to most of the American National Parks in the Western United States and the most rewarding and memorable trip was probably the Pacific Northwest taken in this time of year (late […]

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Autumn in West Virginia

Autumn is the beautiful time to visit West Virginia. From Frederick Maryland we took I-70 then I-68 and picked up I-77 near Morgantown in West Virginia to our destination in southern part of the State, the New River Gorge area. At the first rest stop, […]

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Colorado Springs’ Garden of the Gods

The Garden of the Gods is owned, operated and maintained by the City of Colorado Springs and is free of charge. This 1,367 acre park is exceptionally beautiful with several dramatically shaped ridges of red sandstone emerging from a landscape filled with tall grass and […]

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Trail Ridge Road – RMNP

To ascend Rocky Mountain National Park’s Trail Ridge Road is to leave this world and enter another. It carries you breathless with wonder and altitude, toward a fragile alpine realm, the tundra. Most animals hibernate or migrate during the harsh winters. No tree can live […]

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Moraine Park – Rocky Mountain N.P.

Moraine Park is a popular campground inside the Rocky Mountain National Park. It’s a beautiful meadowland with a winding stream running through. We did not see any elk when we arrived there at noon but I can envision in the cool morning at the right […]

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Bear Lake – Rocky Mountain National Park

Bear Lake area is a very popular for hiking and sightseeing. The parking lot often filled by early morning. Fortunately, the Park provides free shuttle bus service to various destinations and popular trailheads. There is an half of mile around the lake trail at Bear […]

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Rocky Mountain National Park

I have been touring Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado in the past 5 days. This is the first time ever for me to visiting this magnificent park. I have taken many photos but will not sort them out until getting home. While in this […]

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Sunflower Field at Sunset

Photographing sunflower field at sunset is quite different from photographing them in the morning when the sunlight is coming from behind the shoulder like the previous posting. It presented major challenge in handling the sunlight. I ended up taking most of the shots using HDR […]

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