I love visiting hidden gems and then using my photography to show off these otherworldly places. I hope it inspires you to travel but also to join the environmental movement to help protect these amazing destinations.
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Big Pine Lakes, CA
Nestled in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Big Pine Lakes offers breathtaking alpine scenery and pristine waters for hiking and camping enthusiasts.
Buckskin Gulch, UT
Buckskin Gulch is a remarkable slot canyon in southern Utah, famous for its narrow, winding passages and surreal rock formations.
High Rock Lookout
The views are stunning, just outside the southern entrance to Mt. Rainer National Park. A short but steep hike brings you to a majestic view.
Cooper Landing, AK
Summit Lake, WA
Summit Lake is a serene mountain lake in Washington state, offering a peaceful escape for hiking, camping, and relaxation.
Diamond Hill, Ireland
Diamond Hill in Connemara National Park, Ireland, provides panoramic views of the surrounding landscapes, including mountains and the Atlantic Ocean.
Moonscape Overlook, UT
Moonscape Overlook in Southern Utah is aptly named, featuring a surreal desert landscape that resembles an extraterrestrial terrain.
Root Glacier, AK
Root Glacier in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, Alaska, offers visitors a chance to explore a dynamic ice field and its fascinating features.
Cascade Head, OR
Cascade Head, near Lincoln City in Oregon, is a scenic coastal headland known for its sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean and diverse wildlife.
Picture Lake, WA
Picture Lake in Washington’s North Cascades is famous for its stunning reflection of Mount Shuksan, making it a photographer’s dream.
Eagle Peak, CA
Eagle Peak in California’s Sierra Nevada is a challenging hike that rewards climbers with awe-inspiring vistas of the surrounding wilderness.
Katla Ice Cave, Iceland
Katla Ice Cave is a mesmerizing natural wonder in Iceland, known for its intricate ice formations and stunning blue hues.
Nakalele Blowhole, HI
Beaver Falls, AZ
Beaver Falls is a series of enchanting waterfalls located in the Havasuapi area of the Grand Canyon, accessible via a multi-day scenic hike.
Vesper Peak, WA
Vesper Peak in Washington’s Cascade Range offers hikers challenging trails and panoramic vistas of the surrounding peaks and forests.
Cathedral Gorge State Park, NV
Cathedral Gorge State Park in Nevada boasts striking slot canyons and unique rock formations, creating a surreal desert landscape.
Columbine Lake, CO
Columbine Lake is a pristine alpine lake in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains, surrounded by wildflowers and offering great hiking opportunities.
Shi Shi Beach, WA
hi Shi Beach in Washington’s Olympic National Park is a remote coastal gem known for its rugged beauty, tide pools, and sea stacks.
Big Thicket National Preserve, TX
Big Thicket National Preserve in Texas is a biodiversity hotspot with a diverse range of ecosystems, including swamps, forests, and wetlands.
Castle Crags State Park, CA
Castle Crags State Park in California is known for its dramatic granite spires and offers excellent hiking and rock climbing opportunities.
Jewel Basin, MT
Jewel Basin in Montana is a hiker’s paradise, offering a network of trails through lush forests and pristine lakes near Kalispell, MT.
Spray Falls, WA
Spray Falls is a stunning waterfall in Washington’s Mount Rainier National Park, cascading down a cliff in a spectacular display of nature’s power.
Iceberg Lake, MT
McArthur-Burney Falls, CA
McArthur-Burney Falls in California’s McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park is a spectacular waterfall with a constant flow of water, even in the summer months.
Yellow Aster Butte, WA
Yellow Aster Butte is a popular hiking destination in Washington state, known for its vibrant alpine wildflowers, panoramic views of the surrounding North Cascades, and unique geological features, making it a must-visit spot for outdoor enthusiasts and photographers alike.
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