Marg Johnson

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View tonight @jademountain start our lighting workshop tomw! #thephotosociety #joemcnallyphoto #sunset #nikonambassador

A bird feeding a cat and a dog.

We Have No Idea What This Napping Kitten Is Dreaming About, But It Sure Is Cute

Oh, kitten, what is happening in that dream of yours? Are you playing with the largest, softest ball of yarn? Or perhaps you're kneading your claws on a rainbow made of catnip, basking in a never-ending puddle of sunshine?<p>Whatever the case, an important question needs to be asked, kitten: Are you …

Miles of sand beach, bluffs that tower 450’ above Lake Michigan, lush forests, clear inland lakes, unique flora and fauna make up the natural world of Sleeping Bear Dunes. High dunes afford spectacular views across the lake. An island lighthouse, US Life-Saving Service stations, coastal villages, and picturesque farmsteads reflect the park’s rich maritime, agricultural, and recreational history. Photo: Erin Waineo

Our beautiful world ✨💜💛💖✨ Sunset in Oia, Santorini - Greece. Amazing shot by ✨✨@sassychris1✨✨ Good night all 😘😘

Some people come in your life as blessings, others come in your life as lessons ✨💖💚💚💖✨ Yedigoller - Turkey. Picture by ✨✨@dtkagan✨✨

Mother nature's mirror.

It's the last day to submit your vote for @theinertia's 2013 Photo Challenge. I'm happy my images made the cut. Check out all the portfolios and vote for your favorite at Here's @danishanderson on a tropical slab. Thanks for the support!

Winding roads

Photo by @argonautphoto (Aaron Huey) on assignment for @natgeo in #DenaliNationalPark. This is the view directly out our tent!!! On the #RuthGlacier looking up to the Mooses Tooth. #Alaska

Decided to drive to Yosemite at midnight to catch the sunrise.. Not planning to sleep much the next 72 hours #NotaBadCall @eric_supertramp @mizulife

#GETOUTSIDE Photo Series: Moraine Lake, Banff Photo cred: @krystaliskaych #norquay #norquayco

Sunset at the beach house. #peterandjonsoregonadventure

Fish's view of El Capitan, Yosemite , CA @eric_supertramp

Photo of the Day: Pipeline. Photo: @ZakNoyle #Surfer #SurferPhotos

Walking through these narrow canyons can feel almost spiritual at times. Grateful to have gotten out to Zion last week for some fresh air. @christianadamimaging

🔥🌅 #emojisinthewild Hey Europe, I'm coming in September and would love to meet you. Rome, Paris, London...where else should we have an Instameet?

Photo of the Day: Sumatra, Indonesia. Photo: #PeteFrieden #Surfer #SurferPhotos

Taken while on a @natgeo #assignment with a @sea_legacy donor for a story on orcas and humpbacks in #Norway. Follow @paulnicklen to see more from this coverage. With @cristinamittermeier. A humpback whale flicks its tail across the surface as it gorges on a school of herring in Northern Norway. #ilovenorway #nature #beauty @natgeocreative

The 97,880-acre Eagletail Mountains Wilderness is about 65 miles west of Phoenix, Arizona, in Maricopa, Yuma, and LaPaz counties. The wilderness includes 15 miles of the Eagletail Mountains ridgeline and Courthouse Rock to the north, Cemetary Ridge to the south, and a large desert plain area between the two ridgelines. Several different rock strata are visible in most places, with natural arches, high spires, monoliths, jagged sawtooth ridges and numerous washes six to eight miles long. Recreation such as extended horseback riding and backpacking trips, sightseeing, photography, rock climbing and day hiking are enhanced by the topographic diversity, scenic character, size, as well as the botanical, wildlife, and cultural values of the area. Photo: Bob Wick, (@MyPublicLands)

@paulnicklen on assignment for @natgeo. Emperor Penguins rocket to the surface. They release millions of micro bubbles from their feathers in order to reduce the amount of friction between their bodies and the water, allowing them to accelerate to much greater speeds to avoid leopard seal predation. Leopard seals hide under the ice edge, waiting to ambush the penguins at this moment when they are most vulnerable. @sea_legacy @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #nature #wildlife #penguins #picoftheday #instagramhub #marineprotectedareas

The more time that I spend on the road.. The more I realize I need just the essentials to make the journey great. @huckberry asked me to put together that list of my essentials for the road in a curated shop. Check it out in my profile link . And give a follow to @huckberry

This is a mountain ... As we swiftly scroll through our feeds we may never take the time to notice how an image makes us feel. Some may see darks clouds and a brooding storm.. Others a brightness on the horizon. If we let them.. Photographs can often teach us more about ourselves than we realize. #12ampost #photographictherapy

Photo by @drewtrush. Ben Woodcock and I have been hitting the high country hard looking for grizzly bears eating whitebark pinecones in preparation for winter. Hopefully we'll continue to find places for our remote cameras. #onassignment #bigwonderfulwyoming #beartooths #alpine #greateryellowstoneecosystem #gye #iphoneonly

Photo by @pedromcbride (Pete McBride) / A 120-foot high arch starts to collapse in the Fish Islands of #Antarctica, a region heavily affected by a changing climate. We waited nearly an hour to see if this natural arch would collapse completely. To see what happened next, go to @pedromcbride. @thephotosociety #changingseasons #ice #grahamland #bigmelt #wilderness #frozen

Fall is a wonderful time to experience Bering Land Bridge National Preserve in Alaska. Explore a dynamic wilderness dotted with hot springs, ancient lava flows, and the largest maar lakes in the world. Ramble across tundra seeking muskox, caribou, and signs of ice age life. The Bering Land Bridge provided a pathway for plants, animals, and people to cross from old world to new. Today local residents use this land just as their ancestors have for generations.

There's something about the ocean that pulls at me.