A 4 man submersible provides a platform for schientists to explore the Eastern seaboard and sea floor. This mound is viewed at 1800 feet deep. North Carolina has a vast, unexplored system of these coral mounds. They provide the foundation for the water column we depend on for our seafood supply. resources.
Church of St. Nicholas reflected in the window of the Old Town Hall in Prague, Czech Republic
A dive shack 400 miles off the coast of Alaska. Divers use it to enter the world below the ice through a 4 food hole cut into the ice.
A nice courtyard setting in Pragues's Old Town Square
This photo was taken near Troll Station, the Norwegian research station in Antarctica, as scientist travel in 'glorified tractors' to the South Pole
Where we came from as we made our way away from Troll Station Antarctica
Lone tree in the Yellowstone lnadscape
Floating on the Arctic Ocean for 30 days aboard an icebreaker provides a view of the world, unmatched.
Bangkok traffic is hell. The air quality matches
What happens when man sets his mind to beauty.
This 1693 sculpture commemorates St. John of Nepomuk. He was chained and thrown over Prague's Charles Bridge to his death. The sculpture of bronze and gold-leaf is worn from years of touching for good luck.
A weather station is set by scientists to study climate change in the Arctic. The Russian Icebreaker, Dranitsyn, in the background was home to the scientists for 30 days
This was the view in all directions; 150 miles South of the North Pole
The view from a helicopter flying from Gabell, Alaska to the US Coast Guard Icebreaker, Healy.
The view from the bow of the Russian Icebreaker, Dranitsyn, as we break through ice heading North.
Golden Gate Bridge. San Francisco, Ca
Life in Yellowstone National Park
An old graveyard in Barrow, Alaska
Scientists make their way across the ice in Antarctica
Cooper Island is one of my favorite places.For several weeks every year it is the home of George Divoky, a scientist of unbelievable dedication. www.cooperisland.org
Morning in Antarctica 2007
One landing strip at Troll Station, Antarctica provides scientists with all needed supplies from the outside world.
Lighthouse at Corolla, North Carolina
An abandoned stilt Village know to its former inhabitants as 'Ukivok'.
Barcelona rooftop at sunset
Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao, Spain
Snowfall at Dorothea Dix campus, Raleigh, North Carolina
Snow. Raleigh, North Carolina