One of my favorite images: In fact, it was my very favorite moment on a month long, coast-to-coast motorcycle tour – and there were LOTS of favorite moments!
The outer row of birch trees stand amidst the soft light and slight mist, contrasted against the dense forest of slender trees that disappear into the void of dark.
The jagged Big Sur coastline is home to ever-changing microclimates which feature fog and wildflowers. This is one of the few places on Earth where redwoods grow within sight of cacti.
Motorcycling along the San Juan Mountains, in southwest Colorado (part of the Rocky Mountains), is among my favorite riding places in North America.
At the end of the day as the storm was moving away, the clouds opened above the mountain top.
Yosemite Falls, in Yosemite National Park, is the highest measured waterfall in North America.
The rugged emptiness and black lava fields in this area of Idaho are hard to describe: but “desolate weird” comes to mind.