This is a photo of the remains of an old vehicle on what used to be the Route 66 highway running through northern Arizona.
When Interstate 40 was built, large portions of the famous road were bypassed and shut down.
Now, the power lines that are visible through the rear window are the only indication of where Route 66 once was.
Morning fog over Miami, Florida
An octopus on a dive sometimes referred to as a "black water hang." It is three miles off the coast of Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.
This was a colorful fall day up in the Adirondacks in New York.
This was taken at Weinke Island in Antarctica, where the mountain peak appeared briefly through the mist looking like a meringue.