East Palisade.

East Palisades is a trail just inside the Atlanta area, its a easy day hike. There is a lot to explore and a very cool bamboo forest right along the Chattahoochee river. All my prints are available to purchase by clicking here or reaching out to me directly. For more photos and stories follow meContinue reading “East Palisade.”

Fort Mountain State Park.

Fort Mt is a Ga state park located in the north west part of Ga. I had not be able to get out and hike like I usually do because of the pandemic. It was nice to be able to get outside and enjoy nature. Prints are available for purchase on my site click here.Continue reading “Fort Mountain State Park.”

Cloudland Canyon State Park.

Cloudland canyon is a state park located in north west Ga. It has two water falls and several scenic views. I had hiked down in to the canyon, I decide to do a panorama of Cherokee falls. To see more images of cloud land canyon or to purchase photos click here, ¬†also f check outContinue reading “Cloudland Canyon State Park.”

Starfish At Hilton Head.

On the last day of the trip I had hiked around the island. As I was hiking back I spited a lone starfish on the beach. I had not seen one in the wild before so I decided to photograph it. It was a really cool experience. Photos are available for purchase at my siteContinue reading “Starfish At Hilton Head.”

Tropical Storm Photos.

A couple of years ago I had traveled down to the Gulf with friends. We arrived late at night so we were not able to do any photography. On our first morning there the weather had worsened but I was able to get a couple of shoots in between the rain storms that came through.Continue reading “Tropical Storm Photos.”

Grand Tetons Peaks.

On a previous trip, I hike around Jackson lake in Grand Teton Nation Park. It is a beautiful park with several trails. Personally I feel that it is one of the wilder parks, because no matter were one goes your usually able to see the Grand Teton Mountains. Online store link here and see moreContinue reading “Grand Tetons Peaks.”