A golden poplar grows out of the granite along the West Branch of the Penobscot River in Maine’s Ripogenus Gorge.
Sediment forms temporary islands and numerous channels in the Savage River in Denali National Park.
White water at the Cribworks on the West Branch of the Penobscot River in the Maine woods.
Sometimes trying to find and capture patterns in nature is an adventure in itself.
Looking up Nesowadnehunk Stream in Baxter State Park with Mount OJI in the background. Two waterfalls are downstream from this point — Little and Big Niagara Falls.
Doubletop Mountain in Baxter State Park as viewed from Nesowadnehunk Stream in early October.
Early morning fog over Messalonskee Stream creates a multi-layered dreamscape effect common around ponds and streams in early fall.
East Branch of the Penobscot in Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument.
Ripogenus Gorge on the West Branch of the Penobscot was once a challenge for loggers and now poses a challenge for white water rafters.