Sunset at Second Wave Coyote Buttes North Paria Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness Arizona
Second Wave Coyote Buttes North Paria Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness Arizona. The wind always seems to pick up in the afternoon and was so strong this day that I could not set up my large format so was glad I had a digital SLR. Taken about 5pm just as the last light falls on the wave and the background goes into shadow. Then a 2 hour walk back to the vehicle. This was my 3rd visit to the Wave but it's getting harder to get a permit due to its popularity.
Mind-Blowing Look at Dean's Blue Hole, the World's Deepest Sea-Hole
Yesterday, we covered the Great Blue Hole in Belize - the world's largest sea-hole, now today, we bring you a feature on Dean's Blue Hole in the Bahamas. Currently the world's deepest sea-hole at 663-feet, it's "almost twice as deep as any of the other Blue Holes in the Caribbean that were formed wh
The Great Journeys of New Zealand
Punakaiki is on the road between Westport and Greymouth and is a geological feature of stratified rock formations. The feature is known as the Pancake Rocks - NZ
Spine of the World
This image is available for licence through Getty Images. The dunes in the desert region of Morocco near Merzouga are spectacular; even more so in the first light of dawn, as the reds creep across the landscape. The colours then progress across the landscape, the warm colours gradually shifting towards yellow/white as the sun approaches the zenith. The wavelike patterns in the sand caused by the wind provide a fascinating contrast to footprints in the sand. Why does everyone walk along the…