The view from above Iceland's amazing landscapes was truly unforgettable. While flying over the river deltas of the southern part of the country, tis stretch of glacial blue water against the brown earth tones caught my eye.
Early morning light strikes the ridges of the badlands at Zabriskie Point in Death Valley National Park. The former lake bed's many layers of sediment and years of erosion has shaped this interesting desert landsape.
Tafoni is a sandstone eroded by cavernous weathering and is found in small sections along the west coast of California and Oregon. Here, at Pebble Beach near Pescadero, California, I photographed the last light of sunset as it warmed the rock patterns.