From the high peaks of the Sierras to the rolling crest of the Blue Ridge,
from the forest to the desert, the diversity of the U.S. must
be experienced to be understood. Unfortunately, very few people have the
time to visit every place.
I have been to several sites around the country and
have pictures from Tennessee, Arizona, California, Virginia and more.
As I visit more places, I will be adding more to this page and
expanding existing pages. As always, I am making plenty of spelling
errors, so please mail me with
corrections or any other comments you may have.
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These photos are Copyright G. Edward Johnson.
You can choose a location from the map or
from the list, whichever you prefer.
The Gateway Arch, St. Louis, MO
- the Saint Louis arch was made as a monument for western expansion.
It is part of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial.
The Grand Canyon, Arizona
- One of the most spectacular examples of erosion anywhere in the world,
Grand Canyon is unmatched in the incomparable vistas it offers to
visitors on the rim.
Madison County, Iowa
- Perhaps you've heard about the Bridges in Madison
County, or have always wanted to see where John Wayne was born,
here's some pictures of both.
Monument Valley, Arizona
- A Navajo Nation park, located in northern Arizona. Monument Valley
is famous for its huge buttes and the many western's that have been
The Natchez Trace, Tennessee
- This historic route generally follows the old Indian trace, or trail,
between Nashville, Tenn., and Natchez, Miss. Of the estimated 445 miles,
415 are completed.
Skyline Drive, Shenandoah, VA
- Skyline Drive winds through hardwood forests along the crest of
this outstanding portion of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia.
Valley of Fire, Nevada
- Nevada's oldest state park. It is a broad valley with red
sandstone cliffs that the sun reflects off of making them appear
to be "on fire".
- The Nation's capitol, located on a parcel of land carved out
of the state of Maryland. Here are some interesting buildings and
White Sands National Monument, New Mexico
- White Sands contains a significant portion of the world's largest
gypsum dunefield. The glistening white dunes rise 60 feet high and
cover 275 square miles.
Yosemite National Park, California
- Yosemite National Park embraces almost 1,200 square miles of scenic
wild lands set aside in 1890 to preserve a portion of the central
Sierra Nevada that stretches along California' s eastern flank. Yosemite
ranges from 2,000 feet above sea level to more than 13,000 feet.
Here are some other locations which there are only one
or two pictures of each.
the Golden Gate Bridge,
a random oil rig,
the Petrified Forest,
and Rock Creek Park in Maryland,
Someones Art Gallery
Brave New List: Artistic Expression
Dryden Research Aircraft Photo Archive
- This archive contains digitized photos of many of the unique research
aircraft flown at what is now known as NASA Dryden Flight Research Center
from the 1940s to the present
John Donohue's US National Park Photos
- Photos from more than thirty U.S. Parks, mostly in the west and
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G. Edward Johnson