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Sunrise at Schwabacher Landing

Early May in the Tetons

May is one of the least busy months at Grand Teton National Park but I think it’s still one of the better times to visit, especially for photography. The snow is usually still thawing out and most of the trails will be snow covered but road access will be opening up throughout the park and wildlife will be abundant. Many of the lakes will be frozen / covered in snow and that makes for a different experience too. Here are some reasons why I think May is a great time to visit the Tetons: No Crowds If you’ve visited Grand…
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Mount St. Helens Milky Way

5 Perfect Places for Milky Way Photography in Washington State

Milky Way Season is almost upon us again and while you dust off your gear and prepare, I wanted to share my 5 favorite places for milky way photography in Washington State. These milky way spots are all easy to access and find. I will leave the more ‘secret’ locations for the most devout of explorers! Anyways, these 5 places are all nearby the car (within 1-2 miles) so you can bring all your favorite gear and goodies. Milky Way Photography Spots in Washington My criteria for these 5 locations were: Sunrise, Mount Rainier National Park The most well known…
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Abraham Lake Sunset

Abraham Lake Photography and Travel Guide

Abraham Lake is the most spectacular winter lake I have ever seen. During the depths of the the Canadian winter the lakes freeze and snow covers the landscape. If the conditions are right then beautiful methane bubbles (more well known as Ice Bubbles) and extreme ice formations can be found. The ice bubbles are really just spectacular and have been a joy for me to photograph. In this guide I’ll share some photography and travel tips to help you with your trip to Abraham Lake. When to go If you’re interested in seeing trapped methane bubbles and ice formations at…
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