Here are just a few images, primarily scenic, but also some other “pretty things”, from Australia, Belize, Kazakhstan, and the USA.
A few from Australia to start with.
The view from our hut (10.5′ x 10.5′) when we lived on an atoll, 30 miles offshore Belize.
The color in this image on the Caspian Sea (Kazakhstan) is due to light interacting with dust particles blown off the surrounding desert – lots of nutrients for primary production in this sea.
The remaining images are from the USA. This is a Gulf of Mexico sunset.
Fall color in Tennessee.
A dahlia in our garden (Texas).
I like to garden.
The following three images are in Knox County, Texas.
Wildflowers in the Texas hill country.
Salt flat in west Texas.
Another in Texas.
Christmas in the Smoky Mountains, Tennessee (times two).
Two sunsets on Bolivar Peninsula, Texas, approximately 18 months after Hurricane Ike swept through.
Sunset over the refineries of Texas City. Shot from the east end of Galveston Island.
Brazos Bend State Park, Texas.