Century Oak

The Century Oak, located in the heart of Texas A&M Univeristy campus, is a place that holds a special place in the heart of many Aggies. Well over 100 years old, the tree, a live oak, was one of the first trees planted on the massive 5,200-acre campus. The tree has been the site of numerous marriage proposals, weddings and tourist snapshots because of its immense size and its unique drooping branches, many of which rest on the ground. You can purchase this photo here http://fineartamerica.com/featured/the-century-oak-scott-norris.html.

The Century Oak 2

The Century Oak, located in the heart of Texas A&M Univeristy campus, is a place that holds a special place in the heart of many Aggies. Well over 100 years old, the tree, a live oak, was one of the first trees planted on the massive 5,200-acre campus. You can purchase this photo here http://fineartamerica.com/featured/the-century-oak-2-scott-norris.html.

Through the Mist

This was taken on a foggy afternoon along Lake Michigan in Chicago. http://fineartamerica.com/featured/through-the-mist-scott-norris.html.

Yellow Leaves on Wood

I found these 3 leaves on a boardwalk path in the Heard Natural Science Museum in McKinney, Texas. You can purchase this photo here: http://fineartamerica.com/featured/yellow-leaves-on-wood-scott-norris.html.

Sunrise over the Rocks

The sun is just about to peak over the horizon. You can purchase this photo here: http://fineartamerica.com/featured/sunrise-over-the-rocks-scott-norris.html.

3 Chairs Sunrise

It was a great way to spend a summer evening in Door County, Wisconsin. Even better way to watch a sunrise over Lake Michigan. You can purchase this photo here: http://fineartamerica.com/featured/3-chairs-sunrise-scott-norris.html.

Prairie du Sac

We went to see some Bald Eagles in the Sauk Prairie area in Wisconsin. The Eagles didn't cooperate and Mother Nature certainly didn't with overcast foggy hazy conditions - terrible for taking nice photos. But, with a lot of processing (A LOT!!), I did coax a pretty good image out of this shot. It's part photograph and certainly part painting. Enjoy.

Trees

Trees along the Wisconsin River in Prairie du Sac. http://fineartamerica.com/featured/trees-scott-norris.html

Wind swept tree

This lonely wind-swept tree was shot in Canyonlands State Park in southern Utah. You can purchase this print here: http://fineartamerica.com/featured/wind-swept-tree-scott-norris.html.

The magic forest

I love the magical feel of this photo. This was taken in Door County, Wisconsin. You can purchase this photo here: http://fineartamerica.com/featured/magical-forest-scott-norris.html.

The Beach Fence

A beach fence in Evanston, Illinois. You can purchase this photo here: http://fineartamerica.com/featured/the-beach-fence-scott-norris.html.

Fire in the Sky

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Boardwalk

This boardwalk is in McKinney, Texas. It was supposed to be over a lush marsh and pond but whole area was dry due to the severe drought.

Just before sunrise

I was blown away by the colors of this sunrise in Door County, Wisconsin. You can purchase this photo here: http://fineartamerica.com/featured/just-before-sunrise-scott-norris.html.

Path to the Swing

At the end of the stone-lined path is a small wooden swing over-looking the lake. I never made it to the swing, the journey toward it was too enchanting. You can purchase this photo here: http://fineartamerica.com/featured/the-path-to-the-swing-scott-norris.html.

Lake Michigan Early Morning 2

This was taken from the back porch of the house we stayed in, in Door County, Wisconsin. I was blown away by the sheer beauty - the colors were so vibrant.

Sunflower

macro shot of sunflower petals. You can purchase a print of this photo here: http://fineartamerica.com/featured/sunflower-petals-scott-norris.html

Hasta

Hasta leaves in sepia

Sunflower

"Turn your face to the sun and the shadows follow behind you." ~ Maori Proverb http://fineartamerica.com/featured/sunflower-scott-norris.html