For a few brief moments in a day, the sun is the perfect position to create just a few light rays that penetrate the canyon ceiling and make it to the lower walls or canyon floor.
The tide here changes almost consatntly, creating ripples int he sand and unique water patterns as nature works its magic.
While often covered in clouds, I was able to capture the sunset in Japan with a clear view of Mt. Fuji and a beautiful Japanese Pagoda.
In the mountainous region of Squamish, British Columbia, Canada, the sun sets and rises differently depending on where mountains may hide it.
Sunrise at Cape Spear Lighthouse near St. John's, Newfoundland. This place is the most easterly point of North America.
A silhouetted view of the Toronto skyline with Lake Ontario at sunrise as a flock of geese fly over the city.
An aerial view of windmills in a field in Northern Ontario. This was my first time so close to these giants. They make far more noise than I would have thought.
Looking out at the original Cape Spear lighthouse, no longer in service. This one was built in 1836.
A giant iceberg shines through low cloud cover on a sunny afternoon in Newfoundland, Canada.
A collapsed sea cave exposes the crashing waves in this scenic spot in Newfoundland, Canada.
Aerial view of boats docked in a marina near Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Mount Fuji viewed across Lake Ashi in Japan at sunset, with a large Torii gate along the waterfront marking the entrance to the Hakone Shrine.
A walk through the beautiful bamboo grove forest in Japan on a rainy morning. All I heard was the rain hitting the leaves and the bamboo stalks rubbing each other in the wind.
A man looks down below at the rushing water from atop the Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge in winter. This beautiful place is completely free and just 15 minutes from Vancouver.