Growing at an elevation of 8,000 feet, a gnarled and weathered tree clings to a patch of land 2,000 feet above Crater Lake. Silhouetted against the cloud is a dragonfly…they were everywhere!
A lone hiker, unfazed by the dangers of a steep, vertical plunge, stepped out for a closeup view from the rim of Crater Lake.
A hillside of wild sweet peas provides a days work for bumblebees.
It is written that daisies are found everywhere on earth except Antarctica.
The honeybees were out doing their thing on a Sunday morning.
Lavender blooms signal the start of summer.
California’s Pacific Coast Highway provides spectacular views around every bend.