Pretty Nature Photos
Fumie and Anthony at my folks' place in Rootstown, Ohio, two years ago
Fumie and Anthony at my folks' place two years ago

The leaves are finally getting into the Fall spirit here in Kyoto, which got me thinking about the above photo which I took mid-October two years ago, in Ohio. I haven't really found a place like that within walking distance of my place here.

I rather like the shot, and it got me thinking of some amazing nature shots I saw when I first released my image viewer earlier this year. Here are some of those photos:

[ UPDATE: all the photos that were linked here are no longer available at their respective sites, but click on the link in the next sentence to see what photos might be available now....]

The list of photos you get when you do that search (the search is for “nature”) changes over time, which is why I've shown a captured snapshot above.

I think that my image viewer is worthy of its own post, which I'll write tomorrow.

My image viewer uses Yahoo! Image Search under the hood, but you can also find some nice shots at Flickr and Google. I also have my own list of a few pretty shots I've taken.


All 2 comments so far, oldest first...

These are excellent photographs. The photographers deserves all praises. Keep going.
God is not different from nature. It is here that you the creation of the Almighty. Remember the creator is always near the creation.

— comment by A.K.Sharma on December 14th, 2006 at 7:33pm JST (11 years ago) comment permalink

Hello Jeffrey,

I just want to thank you for these fantastic pictures! I was looking for some nature shots as a background for my computer and came up with your selection. I know that these pictures mean more than just putting them up as a bcakground but I just wanted you to know that the pictures are being viewed with AWE!!!!!!!

Tony Perri

— comment by Tony Perri on March 10th, 2007 at 1:04am JST (10 years, 9 months ago) comment permalink
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