Halstead Meadow, Sequoia National Park, in May. Surrounded by towering trees and blue skies, the wetland is home to bears, deer and waterfowl. Felled trees line the meadow to help control erosion. Captured with a wide angle lens at a low angle.
The mysterious and inspiring Trona Pinnacles in the California desert- tufas that formed thousands of years ago underwater— rise from the dry Searles Lake basin. Captured with a wide angle lens, vertically, on a hot, muggy summer evening.
White Mountain’s rugged rolling hills stretch out high above the California desert. At 10,500 feet above sea level, conditions are harsh. Little life can survive in the stark conditions.