Looking out from the View Lounge atop of the San Francisco Marriott Marquis. Located on the 39th floor, the view from the lounge does live up to its namesake. On one side, the mid-rise buildings providing instant city skyline type views, and on the other, this.
Top of the Rock, New York City
I took this photo just before noon at the top of the Rockefeller Center. Lucky for me, the sky was filled with these interesting clouds that still let pockets of blue sky through, giving some added character to a time of day when it's usually really difficult to get a shot like this.
Escaping The Polar Vortex, Chicago
Checking in just minutes before the cutoff time, I somehow managed to find time to snap this on the way to my gate.
Tufa Columns At Sunset, Mono Lake
An otherworldly place just east of Yosemite National Park in Eastern California.
Red Lake, California
Driving back from Mono Lake, which is best described as being just east of Yosemite, there's a number of vista points. Pulling off to the one above Red Lake, right around sunset, revealed a rather peaceful and stunningly beautiful scene.
One of the more iconic shots you can get in the American Southwest is of Horseshoe Bend. Definitely a view worth going to for sunrise or sunset to really nail the shot.
Double Rainbow Over Turret Arch, Moab
I made my way to Arches National Park to watch the sunrise over the windows, which is next to turret arch. The sunrise was a little disappointing, but somehow, a rainbow appeared behind me over turret arch. And then, it became a double rainbow!