LANDSCAPE

The cobblestone beach below the village of Kahakuloa on the rugged North Shore of West Maui

The cobblestone beach below the village of Kahakuloa on the rugged North Shore of West Maui

Photographed for National Geographic Traveler Magazine

The Painted Hills in Central Oregon for Dutch National Geographic Traveler
Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming at sunrise
The sand dunes of Isla Magdalina in Baja, Mexico are lit dramatically by the rising sun with approaching storm clouds in the distance.
A humpback whale blow in the calm waters of the Inside Pasage of Alaska
A young boy picking flowers in a field of dandilions with a backdrop of snow capped Mountains at Bracewell's Alpine Wilderness in central part of British Columbia, Canada
Red Pelagic Crabs washed on to the sandy beach in Bahia de Magdalina in Baja, Mexico.
Crater Lake National Park located in Southern Oregon, USA.  Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States.  The lake lies in a caldera where the clarity and blueness of the water are unitque to this geologic area.
Galapagos Sea Lions hauled out on a beach on the island of San Cristobal in the Galapagos National Park
The full moon setting behind the mountains at Bracewell's Alpine Wilderness Lodge in Chilcotin British Columbia
The skyline of San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge at dusk as seen from Kirby Cove in Marin County, California
Blue-footed Boobies hove over guano covered rocks on the island of Los Islotes in the Gulf of California, Mexico
Canoeing at sunset at the Strathcona Park Lodge which is located on a small point on Upper Campbell Lake, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada
A woman birdwatching on a typically cloudy day at the Oregon Coast
A young child digging a hole in the sand near Haystack Rock in Cannon Beach on the Oregon Coast
The twin Sawyer Glaciers in the Tracy Arm Fjord, south of Juneau Alaska, are part of the Tracy Arm Fords Terror Wilderness.
A pod of common dolphins racing through the Gulf of California, Baja, Mexico at sunrise
El Arco de Cabo San Lucas, or Lands End, is a distinctive rock formation at the southern tip of Cabo San Lucas, which is itself the extreme southern end of Mexico's Baja California Peninsula. The arch is locally known as El Arco in the town of Cabo San Lucas. It is here that the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez. This spot is a popular gathering area for sea lions.
The Waianae Mountain Range on Oahu, Hawaii for Smithsonian Magazine
The cobblestone beach below the village of Kahakuloa on the rugged North Shore of West Maui
Winderlea Vineyards in Dundee Oregon in the late summer, when fog often settles among the hills and burns off late morning.
Dawn breaking on the Columbia River lights up the steam coming from an industrial site in Longview, Washington
Hiking through an area known as Pele's Paint Pot in Haleakala National Park on the island of Maui, Hawaii
Seabirds and sealions share a rocky outcropping in Alaska's Inside Passage.
Crater Lake National Park, the only National Park in the state of Oregon. The lake itself is the deepest lake in the United States.  The park was founded in 1902 and seeks to preserve the natural and cultural resources.
This photo is a composite of multiple images.
Smith Rock State Park in central Oregon's high desert with its meandering Crooked River and views of the volcanic peaks of Oregon's Cascade Range, is generally considered the birthplace of modern American sport climbing. 
This picture is a composite of 5 images.