Posted by: kerryl29 | August 5, 2020


I thought I would have time to produce a new post this week, but it’s become clear at this point that I was far too optimistic.  I made a hurried, unexpected drive from Chicago to Houston over last weekend (a trip of roughly 1100 miles) and have been too busy since arriving in Texas on Sunday to put an entry together.  I hope–and expect–to return to the usual schedule next week.  In the meantime, I thought I’d post a few images with minimal content that, hopefully, readers of this blog will enjoy.

If you like mountains…

Elliot Peak at Sunrise, David Thompson Country, Alberta

or waterfalls…

Hector Falls, Schuyler County, New York

Ocean scenes…

Sunset, Coral Cove Park, Palm Beach County, Florida

or reflective lakes…

May Pond at Sunrise, Orleans County, Vermont

Moody scenes…

Aspens in Fog, Last Dollar Road, Uncompahgre National Forest, Colorado

or rainbows…

Morning Rainbow, Council Lake, Hiawatha National Forest, Michigan

Flower-strewn woodlands…

Rhododendrons and Redwoods in Fog, Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park, California

or prairie sunrises…

Coneflower Morning, Nachusa Grasslands Preserve, Illinois

Rollicking rivers…

Middle Prong of the Pigeon River, Greenbrier, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee

or parched deserts…

Monument Valley Morning, Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, Arizona

Colorful rocks…

Pink Canyon, Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada

or nearly colorless landscapes…

Ice, Snow & Water Patterns Black & White, Eagle Creek Park, Indiana

Fall color…

Autumn Color, Crawford Notch State Park, New Hampshire

or spring color…

Spring Wildflowers, Cove Hardwood Nature Trail, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee


The Mountain and the McKinley River Valley, Eielson Area, Denali National Park, Alaska

…or Hawaii…

Kealia Beach at Sunrise, Kauai, Hawaii

…I hope you found something at least mildly inspiring in this ersatz post.


  1. …..glorious and moving. Stunningly beautiful.

    • Thanks very much!

  2. Excellent collection of landscape shots Kerry! I can relate to your work since my niché is similar. I have been telling people that the only time I feel great is when I’m out in the landscape shooting. Thank goodness we can still do that and social distance at the same time! All are wonderful and worthy but Coneflower Morning and Spring Wildflowers are my favorites. 🙂

    • Thanks, Denise.

      Good to hear that you’ve been able to make images during the pandemic. I’m sorry to say that I haven’t been out with the camera since February at Big Bend. Hopefully I’ll be able to remedy that in the relatively near future.

  3. Anything and everything you post is inspiring, so no worries about that! Hope you find some time to relax in Houston.

    • Thanks, Ellen.

  4. For a non-post, this one is excellent.

    • Thanks very much, Steve.

  5. It’s perfect! Thank you!

  6. I enjoyed them all – they’re so beautiful! My favorites are the Redwood Fog and Cornflower Morning 🙂

    • Thanks very much!

  7. Wow, such wonderful images, an almost overwhelming abundance of them. It would be impossible to choose a favorite.

  8. I’ll second Mike’s “Wow,” and add that I’d respectfully disagree with your introduction of “a few images with minimal content.” There is wonderful content here, and it’s a beautiful collection.

    • Thanks very much!

  9. I liked it all!! 🤩

  10. Simple and straight to the point. I love these photos!!

    • Thanks very much!

  11. Wow, beautiful!!

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