Fredrik Carl Mülertz Størmer (1874-1957) was a mathematician and Northern Lights researcher. He got a cand. real. in 1898. From 1903 he was professor of mathematics at the University of Oslo, a business he main... More
This photo was most likely taken 1898 or 1899 when Galloway worked for Hoskaninni Mining Company. Julius Stone described him as a hunter and trapper who originated the current style of rowing on the Colorado River.
The Carnegie Exhibit Hall is named after Andrew Carnegie who in 1909 financed the early excavation of the Late Jurassic dinosaur fossils found here. It houses the wall of bones, which displays the fossilized ... More
A nigh time view of Echo Park. Because of the time exposure, it looks like daylight. However, the stars do show in the cloudy sky. The moon casts a shadow of Steamboat Rock on one of the cliff faces, with ta... More
"Apatosaurus louisae" is large plant eating sauropod dinosaur that lived during the Jurassic Fossils of "Apatosaurus" have been discovered at Dinosaur National Monument, Colorado and Utah.
The Green River is about to enter a low canyon. The canyon wall on the right shows multiple rock layers that twisted during a geologic uprising.
This time exposure shows a sky full of stars, and green Juniper trees, with gray trunks in the foreground. Because of the night light, some of the tree trunks appear to be glowing.
A bright Milky Way goes from the upper right to the lower left. Below is a silhouette of the hills and cliffs near the Harpers Corner trailhead. There is also a slight moon glow in the lower left.