Nature

The first form of life to develop on the Earth were microbes, and they remained the only form of life until about a billion years ago when multi-cellular organisms began to appear. Microorganisms are single-celled organisms that are generally microscopic, and smaller than ...

Ritter Range and Garnet Lake at Moonset, California

Ritter Range and Garnet Lake at Moonset, California

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Beautiful Lone Tree in Fields

Beautiful Lone Tree in Fields

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Picture Perfect, Snoqualmie National Forest, Washington

Picture Perfect, Snoqualmie National Forest, Washington

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Western Front and Lightning Discharge, Bryce Canyon

Western Front and Lightning Discharge, Bryce Canyon

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Swirling Eddy, Clackamas River, Oregon

Swirling Eddy, Clackamas River, Oregon

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Storm Clouds over Peggy's Pond, Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Storm Clouds over Peggy's Pond, Jackson Hole, Wyoming

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Autumn Aspens, Kenosha Pass, Pike National Forest

Autumn Aspens, Kenosha Pass, Pike National Forest

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Unworldly Dune, Aerial View of the Namib Desert

Unworldly Dune, Aerial View of the Namib Desert

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Whiskey Falls, Sierra National Forest, California

Whiskey Falls, Sierra National Forest, California

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Beech Tree in Autumn, Washington Park, Portland

Beech Tree in Autumn, Washington Park, Portland

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Storm Front, Zion National Park, Utah

Storm Front, Zion National Park, Utah

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Oxtongue River Ragged Falls, Ontario, Canada

Oxtongue River Ragged Falls, Ontario, Canada

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Snow Covered Forest, Finland

Snow Covered Forest, Finland

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Galaxy Formation, New Alresford, England, 1995

Galaxy Formation, New Alresford, England, 1995

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Misty Rainbow, Yosemite National Park, California

Misty Rainbow, Yosemite National Park, California

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