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
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.
A short guide to visiting Joshua Tree National Park, home of the Joshua Tree, in the winter! Joshua Tree is located in Southern California, just a couple hours from Los Angeles. It’s a popular destination in the winter there’s something in store for everyone from solo travelers to families and
Looking for a winter wonderland to explore? Look no further than Mount Rainier National Park! The winter months brings almost daily blankets of fresh snow and leaves the forests, meadows, rivers, and wonderful peaks of the park in prime condition for winter photography and activities. Just a short drive from
Washington isn’t known for it’s fall colors but I hope to change that. Most people just don’t know where to look! The east coast tries to steal the show but there are spectacular colors in Washington as well. Here are my favorite spots to catch autumn colors for fall photography
The crown jewel of the Cascades. Mount Rainier towers over the surrounding mountains and stands tall even from hundreds of miles away. Just a couple hours from Seattle, Rainier (along with the Olympics) is usually on the bucket list of Washington visitors. Rainier is my most visited place in Washington
It’s been 39 years since the 1980 eruption at Mount Saint Helens. There’s plenty to see and do at the national monument – my favorite being the milky way. The best times to see the Milky Way are earlier in the year when the sky gets dark enough early in
Easy Pass is an “off the highway, up the pass” sort of hike on the east side of North Cascades National Park. The trail really shouldn’t be named “Easy” Pass as steep graded incline awaits you for most of the trail. This was an overnight trip for me and since
Summer is always a great time for exploration and adventure. Unfortunately, many people have the same idea and that leads to crowded destinations. I’ve been spending a lot of time near Mount Ranier but usually the least crowded places are the ones furthest away, so I decided to look further.
Nature is always full of surprises. The day started with heavy overcast skies and the forecast didn’t look great either. The previous day was totally rained out so we didn’t have high hopes for the second day. We got up early and planned to do a morning hike at Obstruction