Waterfalls cascaded as many as 800 feet into Waimea Canyon, yet I stopped to photograph a rivulet cutting through red bedrock.
For about 10 days each spring, Ohio becomes the birding capital of the world. This is especially true of a short stretch of marshland along Lake Erie, where thousands gather to view warblers.
The veracity of the old saying, "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder," is affirmed by the House Wren.
While walking to a downtown Cincinnati restaurant, this door captured my attention.
Originally found in Asia, the Common Myna is now found in Florida and Hawaii.
Distinctive lights with a slightly industrial feel photographed on a trip through Kansas and Colorado.
Fine. There is no such thing as a "Buckeye Cardinal." However, the Red-crested Cardinal looks like it should be called the "Buckeye Cardinal".
The Nene is the rarest goose in the world, found only on three Hawaiian islands. These photographs were taken on Kauai.