This is the view of the Mad River as it enters the village of Warren Vermont. Chartered in 1789 this quiet little nook began as farming community that produced milk, honey and hay. Soon mills were constructed on the river for the processing of grain and lumber. The population of Warren is about 1700 souls.
The air was clear and the water nearly smooth. This one area of Lake Tahoe has a number of small outcroppings. This particular one sported...View full product details
The north and west sides of Olympic National Park are dense, wet rainforests. They are marked by streams to which many species of salmon return to...View full product details
Hoodoos. Fairy chimneys. Earth pyramids. Tent rocks. They have many different names, but these strange badland rock formations are one and the same. "These strange...View full product details