Another great sunset at Grand Canyon in Arizona.
This is the 1000th photo I’ve published on American Photo Blog! Thanks so much for being here! I’m choosing one from the most amazing evening at Grand Canyon. Right after a storm, with clouds resting in the valleys it was quite a sight to see.
This is the sunset looking out across the Gulf of Mexico from Venice, Florida.
Wildfires in the area made for some beautiful sunsets. This is outside of Charleston, South Carolina.
It is great to be back at Bryce Canyon in Utah. While I prefer the sunrise here, this was a really beautiful sunset.
Here’s another fun one from the Alaska State Fair in Palmer, Alaska.
This is sunset out over the water from my campground on the Homer Spit in Alaska.
It may be hard to make out, but that is Denali, formerly Mt. McKinley and the highest mountain on the continent. This was taken from the south view in Denali State Park in Alaska.
I like tiny Grafton ghost town in southeast Utah. I have taken a lot of photos here. This house has been getting some work done to preserve it over the last few years. Life was tough in Grafton, but the scenery is hard to beat.
Just another fabulous afternoon here on Caye Caulker in Belize. Hard to believe my vacation is almost over.
Just another beautiful evening here on Caye Caulker in Belize.
I like this little boat moored out in front of where I’m staying here in Caye Caulker, Belize. There were so many different blues this evening.
This is on the west side of beautiful Caye Caulker, Belize, right before sunset.
This is another beautiful shot from my vacation here in Caye Caulker, Belize. Dusk is my favorite time of day.
This is another beautiful sunset on the wonderful island of Caye Caulker here in Belize.
The Mississippi Delta is a beautiful place. I took this shot somewhere out by the famed Parchman penitentiary.
This is right at dusk in the Mississippi Delta right outside of Clarksdale at Hopson Commissary.
This is one more from the top of Fessenden St. Hill in Washington D.C. after the 2016 blizzard.
After 2 days of snow and cloud, the sun coming out was a welcome site here in Washington DC. Sledders were out and the mood was good as people were just happy to get out of the house. This is from Fessenden St. Hill, the highest point in the city.
This is a look at what I do for a living – my van and trailer, camp set up behind. A beautiful campsite in a beautiful corner of America. Life is pretty good.