Photos Related to "Landscapes"

On the Ridge, Under the Clouds

Trees in the evening on a small hill in McKinney, Texas.

Trees in the evening on a small hill in McKinney, Texas.

Night Spectrum

The multi-colored lights of the Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier on a dark night in Galveston, Texas.

The multi-colored lights of the Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier on a dark night in Galveston, Texas.

Over Power

High-voltage electric lines carry electricity over farmland near Chambersville, Texas.

High-voltage electric lines carry electricity over farmland near Chambersville, Texas.

Favorite Fishing

 A fishing trawler plies the waters of Juneau, Alaska's Favorite Channel.

A fishing trawler navigates the serene waters of Juneau, Alaska’s Favorite Channel.

Step Down to the River

Rugged stone steps descend to the Paluxy River in Dinosaur Valley State Park, located in Glen Rose, Texas.

Rugged stone steps descend to the Paluxy River in Dinosaur Valley State Park, located in Glen Rose, Texas.

Pumping on the Shore

A pumpjack pumps oil on the shore of the Big Mineral Arm of Lake Texoma at the Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge, Texas.

A pumpjack pumps oil on the shore of the Big Mineral Arm of Lake Texoma at the Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge, Texas.

End of Day

As the day concludes, the sun graces Erwin Park in McKinney, Texas with a breathtaking display of colors, casting a serene glow over the landscape.

As the day concludes, the sun graces Erwin Park in McKinney, Texas with a breathtaking display of colors, casting a serene glow over the landscape.

Lakeside Autumn

The late autumn scene at Lake Eufaula in Arrowhead State Park, Oklahoma, is a canvas of barren trees and a carpet of fallen leaves along the shoreline, painting a serene and tranquil picture of the season's quiet beauty.

The late autumn scene at Lake Eufaula in Arrowhead State Park, Oklahoma, is a canvas of barren trees and a carpet of fallen leaves along the shoreline, painting a serene and tranquil picture of the season’s quiet beauty.

Kudzu Hills

The hills near Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, are engulfed by the rapid growth of kudzu, an invasive plant often referred to as the "vine that ate the south" due to its ability to cover virtually anything in its path. This vigorous vine, originally from Japan, was once promoted as an ornamental plant and a means to stabilize soil, but it has since spread uncontrollably, posing a threat to local ecosystems by preventing native plants and trees from thriving.

The hills near Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, are engulfed by the rapid growth of kudzu, an invasive plant often referred to as the “vine that ate the south” due to its ability to cover virtually anything in its path. This vigorous vine, originally from Japan, was once promoted as an ornamental plant and a means to stabilize soil, but it has since spread uncontrollably, posing a threat to local ecosystems by preventing native plants and trees from thriving.

Among the Pines

Tyler State Park, nestled in the lush forests of East Texas, offers a tranquil retreat amidst towering pines and serene lake waters.

Tyler State Park, nestled in the lush forests of East Texas, offers a tranquil retreat amidst towering pines and serene lake waters.