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The Landscapes of Canyonlands National Park

Located in the Southeastern region of Utah, Canyonlands National Park is one of the most impressive national parks in the United States that I’ve seen. Covering a vast area of land, the ancient geology and vistas can be best described as weird, magical and enormous in scale. With both the Green River and Colorado River bordering each ends of […]

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Tips For Photographing the Grand Canyon.

Occupying the north western region of Arizona, the Grand Canyon is the result of seventeen million years of natural erosion from the Colorado River. Sections of the canyon are up to eighteen miles wide and have an average depth of one mile that snakes for 277 miles (446 km). So with only an afternoon and morning scheduled to explore and photograph, it doesn’t really […]

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my 2015 in photos

My 2015 in photos

Welcome to my 2015 in photos. I considered omitting it so that I could get through writing the stories behind the images but there are so many great images, they deserve to be shared sooner than later. 2015 was a “quieter” year for me; I travelled only four countries outside of my home country of Australia. They were: Thailand, America, Canada […]

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