I have been fortunate enough to travel to various parts of the United States and other parts of the world. It is one of my favorite things to do, and I love to document my journeys and the beauty I see through the lens of my camera.
This stunning view of The Pennybacker Bridge, also known as 360 Bridge, was taken from a neighboring cliff in Austin, Texas. Shot with a long exposure at night, the bright lights of the traffic light illuminate the bridge.
Taken from the HOPE Outdoor Gallery (aka Graffiti Park) on Castle Hill in Austin, Texas, the beautiful Austin skyline stretches out across the horizon.
The Great Northern Clock Tower in Spokane, Washington, lit up at as dawn sets in.
A slow shutter speed brings out the bright lights around the Falls.
The Spokane River Bridge at Fort Spokane, Washington. With a slow shutter speed, the violent river water looks like silk.
This beautiful rust-colored rock reflects the beautiful sunset as it withstands the waves against it.
An iconic piece of New Orleans, the streetcars still stand as a practical means of transportation, yet retain their old-timey charm.
A fountain in Charleston, South Carolina-- from a different angle.
The white of St. Michael's Episcopal Church and the blue of the sky parallel the colors of the American flag in Charleston, South Carolina.
The lights shine bright from the cars and streetlights underneath the Texas night sky.
Headlights streak across the highway underneath the Dallas skyline.
This stunning view of downtown Los Angeles from the Griffith Observatory reveals the wondrous veins of the City of Lights.
The Astronomers Monument at Griffith Park by the Griffith Observatory, overlooking downtown Los Angeles.
Late at night, the Santa Monica Pier sign lights up Ocean Avenue.
From Venice Beach in southern California, facing the great Pacific Ocean, this palm tree stretches from the sand to the sky, as it withstands the wind.
The radiant lights of downtown Los Angeles light up the night sky.
Traveling along the channel between Balboa Island and Newport Beach in southern California, this motorboat glides past the Balboa Pavilion.
Beyond the End, there is beauty and there is life. In paradisal southern California, at the end of a street on quirky Venice Beach, is this "End" sign. Behind the bright yellow metal sign, the sun shines bright as palm trees sway in the wind.
Lining the sidewalk between Central Park and 5th Avenue in New York City, the soft yellow light of the simple Subway lanterns help to guide you home.
Wrapping around the famous Columbus Circle in New York City, the two towers of Time Warner Center stand tall, overlooking Central Park.