March 2015


The Ozarks Mountains, extending southwest from St. Louis to the Arkansas River, represents along with the Quachita and Boston Mountains the only rugged topography between the Appellations and the Rockies.

The Ozarks Mountains, extending southwest from St. Louis to the Arkansas River, represents along with the Quachita and Boston Mountains the only rugged topography between the Appellations and the Rockies.

Select this link to see panoramic scenic Ozarks views on Arkansas Highway 65

A snow and ice shelf was formed on Bradford Beach this winter in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

A snow and ice shelf was formed on Bradford Beach this winter in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Select this link to see panorama photos of the Bradford Beach ice shelf

Select this link to see a video of ice volcanoes formed on Bradford Beach ice shelf

This is a flat equirectangular view before being projected in a spherical panorama viewer.

This is a flat equirectangular view before being projected in a spherical panorama viewer.

Select this link to see a spherical panorama view of the snow path in the woods