They say that straight lines are hard to find in nature, and as a general concept it is certainly true. However, one of my favorite linear formations is the resoundingly beautiful straight line of the horizon. No matter where we stand, the horizon represents a perfect separation between the ground we walk upon and the endless sky that we look up and glance towards. This division is profound, and came together in a beautiful fashion during this sunset that I photographed from New Silver Beach in North Falmouth, MA.
The United States is one of the most visually diverse and naturally stunning countries in all of the world. One of the spots that has struck me with awe and wonder at the highest level during my travels was Bryce Canyon and its landscape of rare Hoodoo rock formations.
I made this photograph during a summertime trip to the Utah location, and it displays the size and scale of the thousands of sandstone formations below. Bryce is a place that makes us marvel at the wonderful landscape, and its a spot I hope to revisit many times over the coming years.