A lone cornstalk grows in a farm field near Bullard, Texas.
The sun rises over the Tongass Narrows at Ketchikan, Alaska.
The tree-line shore of British Columbia, Canada’s Tutshi Lake.
Misty early-morning fog enshrouds islands as the sun rises over Stephens Passage near Juneau, Alaska.
A resort under construction on the shore of Montego Bay, Jamaica.
A salt marsh reflects the summer sky near Progreso de Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico.
Palm trees and pine trees grow at the Croydon in the Mountains plantation in Jamaica’s northwest.
Visitors to Death Valley National Park’s Badwater Basin—the lowest point in North America (282 ft or 86 m below sea level)—are dwarfed by the rocky face of an adjacent mountain.
Spanish moss-encrusted cypress trees rise from Texas’ Caddo Lake at Caddo Lake State Park.
The rugged landscape of California’s Death Valley National Park’s “Devil’s Golf Course“; a large salt pan covered in large halite salt crystals deposited upon the evaporation of the prehistoric Lake Manly.