In the thick of summer we descended on a stretch of the White River, which flows in the reaches of northwest Arkansas. The combination of fog and sunlight creates a climate for photography.
The stark contrast of brown against white with intersecting lines in soft light captured me.
Boating up the Pearl River near New Orleans, we took a little side trip into a bayou. In the process, we surprised this raccoon.
In a three mile stroll, I passed hundreds of thousands of leaves. Only this one caught my attention.
A Great Egret enjoys a snack at Maumee Bay State Park.
A Snowy Egret does a balancing act at Pinckney Island Wildlife Preserve.