Doubly Beautiful

How can the beauty of Glen Eyrie Castle be improved upon? It is nestled amongst the red rock spires and stands at the mouth of the stunning Queens Canyon in Colorado Springs. This is a unique place that has beauty during all seasons. Whether the grounds be a lush green from the canyon run off…

Black Gold at Rainbows End

and The Brooks Range in Alaska is a remote and nearly pristine wilderness. During the summer months the sun doesn’t even set on these arctic lands. As Alaska’s northernmost mountain range this is the last hurdle before the land known as the Northern slope makes its way into the Arctic Sea. Humans have had little…

Fogbow

≠ I love nature and all the surprises she has! My wife and set out just before dawn to hike our first ambitious 13.7-mile leg of The Northern Circuit in New Zealand. The fog was thick as we started onto the well-defined trail, but as the sun came out it started to break up the low-lying fog…

Black Rainbow

My wife and I were camping on the North Rim of the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park when a short rain storm passed through and left us with this partial double rainbow. I like that the twisted broken Juniper tree fills out the foreground in the image. The North Rim is secluded and…

Chocolate Rainbows

These are the Chocolate Hills on Bohol Island in the Philippines. They are so named because the grass on the hills turns brown, like chocolate, during the dry season—resembling Hersey’s Chocolate Kisses. This photo was taken on a rainy day. I climbed up the viewing hill and as I neared the top, the clouds parted just long enough for…

Double Rainbow

In the Bible, we are told that God gave Noah and mankind rainbows as a sign of His covenant that He would never again wipe man from the Earth. Tomorrow is Easter and for those who believe in Christ’s resurrection and defeat of death, it is a time of celebration. I wonder if that is what the…