Arches National Park, Utah
Late afternoon sun casts itself across the sandstone walls of Double Arch (center). To the right you can see two new arches forming through slow rain erosion of the soft sandstone.
Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado
The Front Range in Rocky Mountain National Park includes the northern most "fourteener," Long's Peak (left) rising to 14,278ft above sea level in mid-Spring snowcover.
Zion National Park, Utah
The Towers of the Virgin baked in afternoon sunlight, including from left to right: the Sundial, the Witch Head, Broken Tooth, Rotten Tooth, and the Altar of Sacrifice.
Chief Mountain, St. Mary's, Montana
Chief Mountain rises 9,085ft over the high valley with evening sun rays piercing through the cloudy sunset. This photo was taken from Duck Lake in the Blackfoot Indian Reservation.
Many Glaciers, Glacier National Park
The Many Glaciers region of Glacier National Park is one of the most stunning landscapes I've ever seen. The glacier-carved rock faced towered thousands of feet about the valley floor.
Iceberg Lake Trail, Glacier National Park
The Iceberg Lake trail in the Many Glacier region of Glacier National Park is a breath-taking hike of sweeping mountain vistas and a chance to see bear, moose, and other wildlife.