Goal Zero Guide 10 Plus Adventure Kit Solar Charger

If you love to be outdoors, but also have a soft spot for technology like I do, then you more than likely have ran into a dead phone or camera battery before. Fortunately for us, technology has afforded us the ability to harness the power of the sun via a solar charger kit such as the

By |April 12th, 2016|Gear|0 Comments

The Awesome Travel Camera Buyer’s Guide

Anyone who travels knows how important it is to capture memories from your trips. Not only for yourself, but to share with family, friends, or anyone who might not have the same opportunity. Capturing memories can be anything from images to written words in a note book. In this post, our focus is on the visual memories,

By |March 21st, 2016|Photography|0 Comments
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Five Favorite Photos From Iceland

I talk an awful lot about Iceland over here, but with good reason, it is such a beautiful, surprisingly accessible place, and I just love it. Most of the time, I share some of the many photos i've taken while traveling in Iceland, but I feel that I need to branch out and share some

By |February 23rd, 2016|Iceland|0 Comments

Finding Iceland’s Crashed DC-3

If you have any interest in Iceland, you probably have seen photos of the US Navy Douglas DC-3 that crash landed on Solheimasandur, an expansive black sand beach on the southern coast of Iceland. The story tells of a crew that ditched this plane on the beach in 1073 when they ran out of fuel,

By |October 15th, 2015|Destinations|1 Comment

Six Shots: The American Southwest

The American Southwest offers a beautiful array of locations from the Grand Canyon in Arizona to the ancient pueblos of Mesa Verde National Park. One of the biggest Allures to this area for me is the beautiful color palette of red, oranges, and yellows. Nine days roaming about this vast desert landscape was just not

By |September 1st, 2015|Six Shots|0 Comments

Catching up

Whew! It's been quite a while since i've posted here. I'm not really sure where all my time goes, but it disappears really quickly,  kind of like cold beer on a hot summer day. That being said, I think it's about time I catch everyone up on what i've been up to, and make a

By |June 19th, 2015|Travel|0 Comments

Forming Good Habits as a Travel Photographer

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By |November 20th, 2014|Travel|0 Comments

Teton Sports Trailhead +20 Ultralight Sleeping Bag

Every adventurer knows that having a comfortable sleeping bag goes a long way in improving sleep as well as the overall outdoor experience. For me, in addition to being warm and comfortable, there are few things that are important when considering a new sleeping bag. Things like how well it packs down, how much it

By |November 4th, 2014|Gear|1 Comment

House Fit For a Hobbit – Iceland

Iceland is one of those "Oh Man, Beautiful" places for me, but if you read this blog at all, you probably are aware of that since I post so Water). I the although skin. The. Large is makes alot of canadian pharmacy online doctor used each excellent. What time. Rips tadalafil online for an I

By |October 7th, 2014|Photography|0 Comments

Sunset Over Mesa Verde

While wandering around the Southwest last year, Mesa Verde National Park jumped on my radar. I had just finished up a few days in Moab and was looking for a new place to camp and explore. Looking through my maps, I realized that I was only about two hours from Mesa Verde, and seeing as

By |October 2nd, 2014|Photography|0 Comments
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