Thursday, April 26, 2012

Morning Fog

Morning fog shrouds the surface of Bear Pond and the valleys below



Evening winds stir the robes of a Tuareg striding across Algeria's Tassili-n-Ajjer.


Sunlight dapples the shoulders of Algonquin and Wright.
Once blighted by logging and industry, the region has undergone a renaissance of woods and waters.


On the Brink
Australian Jim Mitchell leaps off Ottawa Peak on Canada's Baffin Island while wearing a wing suit in April 2010.
He died weeks later when a jump from a nearby mountain went tragically awry.


The palette of the Adirondack forest shifts with the seasons.
 In the delicate tracery of a viburnum leaf, summer’s green gives way to autumn’s red as chlorophyll fades and underlying pigments emerge.





Conifers green the crevices of Catamount Mountain while the forest below is in its last incandescence before winter. St. Regis Mountain.





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