Iceland is a place where magic exists. Amidst violent winds and unpredictable weather, there is peace to be found in the landscape and serenity that blossoms out of the chaos.
The martian landscape of the American southwest comes alive when faced with harsh weather conditions. Baby blue skies don’t reveal the true drama that hides in this desert.
Alaska’s rugged wilderness. One of the last truly wild places in the United States, this place offers every opportunity to find something new to explore.
The Pacific Northwest is a place of immense mystery, hiding its secrets well beneath the fog and rain. Wandering throughout this rainforest forces one to wonder if the dinosaurs really did go extinct.
Kayaking down a water route carving through one of Arizona’s many slot canyons, hiking deeper into the canyon once the water runs out. The walls grew closer and closer until forward movement became impossible. These canyons hide you from the world in a way that few places can.
Shrouded in legends and history, Norway is a land that deserves the stoic strength of the Vikings. It is humbling to be among these ancient mountains and valleys.
The Sequoias of southern California stand like sentinels, watching over their forest with wise eyes. Remnants of an older, mightier world, there is a certain feeling of frailty when standing among them.
Montana has more hills than one could ever count, more mountains looming in the distance than one could climb and too many icy lakes to ever feel them all rushing over you. Not a bad problem to have.
Taken all over the country, this is a collection of photos taken throughout many roadtrips, some requiring grueling hikes to find and others shot out of moving car windows.
Canada’s massive, rugged backyard. So much to explore in this part of the world, only pieces of it being easily accessible.