Image By Andy
On the trail a hat was left behind. A passerby hung it on a branch in the hopes the rightful owner may return.
The pollen clings to the anther, ready to disperse in the hopes of finding a stigma to begin the process of pollination.
From my concert photography archives, Tori Amos, in concert from 1998, in silhouette.
The puddle on the path struggles to reflect the grandness of the tree.
In the crevices of the lava around Kilauea, a volcano on Big Island, Hawaii, life begins again.
Even the statues at The Vatican find themselves admiring the blue sky.
The weekend is here! Go ahead, let others pick you up and show you a great time!
A baby calf takes a rest.