An aged green door in Paris.
Icebergs floating in the Glacier Lagoon
Fall foliage surrounding the gate of a Country Club.
Rocks & Leaves
Fallen leaves at the beginning of fall.
Detail of a modern sculpture in the garden of the Palais Royal in Paris.
An old red barn in New Jersey.
A new fern growing in the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
Sunrise on Castle Harbor
A nice sunrise on the Castle Harbor in Bermuda.
Rocks on the beach
A bright colored house in the Flatts of Bermuda.
Old door in the medieval center in Sarlat, Dordogne.
Sun rays through a cloud cover.
The eastern bluebirds, particularly the males have vivid blue plumage and look beautiful. The Latin name of the eastern bluebird is Sialia sialis. They are native to Bermuda. Bermuda is the only place outside of North America where they are known to breed naturally. Their population density in Bermuda is much higher than in the US.
Inside the Royal Palace in Paris.
Meadow in Iceland
A beautiful summer day in the meadow of Landmannalaugar, Iceland, close to the famous hot springs.
Light in the tulip
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Signs of Spring
A beautiful flower signal the arrival of spring.
Church in Vik
The little church in Vik framed by a lot of blooming lupins.
Holidays in NYC
Holiday decorations in New York City.
Horses in the dust
Icelandic horses moving to another ranch.
A blooming tulip in the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
Ready to burst
The Geyser in Strokkur, Iceland ready to send water up the in summer sky.
Colorful summer cottages waiting for tourists is the fjord of Flaam, Norway.
The center of a wonderful Himalayan Poppy.
Field of lupins
In summertime, lupins are blooming all over Iceland.
The very famous waterfall on the South Coast of Iceland.
Colors in the sky
Hot air balloons ready to lift off at the NJ Festival of Ballooning.
The glacier lagoon of Jökulsárlón is a large glacial lake in southeast Iceland, on the edge of Vatnajökull National Park. Situated at the head of the Breiðamerkurjökull glacier, it developed into a lake after the glacier started receding from the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. The lake has grown since then at varying rates because of melting of the glaciers. It is now 0.93 mi away from the ocean's edge and covers an area of about 6.9 sq mi. It recently became the deepest lake in Iceland, at over 814 f, as glacial retreat extended its boundaries.
The iconic waterfall on the south coast of Iceland.
An empty alley in the medieval center of Sarlat, Dordogne (France).
Old Icelandic Houses
Old Icelandic houses with the traditional turf roofs.
Sailing in the Sognefjord near Flaam, Norway.
The Dordogne river at La Roque
Ready to Bloom
A lupin ready to bloom.
Clouds on the fjord.
Inside the balloon
A hot air balloon being inflated at the NJ Festival of Ballooning.
Two hot air balloons lifting off at the NJ Festival of Ballooning.
A nice costume at the annual Renaissance Faire in Tuxedo park, NY.