Photos

View of Snake River, Oregon

Snake River in Oregon. A deer crossed here moments before. My campsite was right on the river just around the bend for an incredible camping experience with incredible views. I’d take a swim in the afternoons to cool off, very cold but invigorating.

More magic on Campobello Island

More magic Campobello Island in New Brunswick, Canada (I originally placed it in Nova Scotia, my mistake). You can camp on the island and walk over to the coastal side to these kind of views. It’s a very magical place.

Relics of a past on Campobello Island

This was one of the first things I saw after entering Campobello Island in New Brunswick, Canada. Most of the village is like this with worn-color homes of a quaint seaside nature. Beautiful place to visit.

Storms of the past

 

Intriguing view of a Montana countryside with thunderstorms in the background. It takes me back to the days of settlers, cowboys, and fields of Buffalo…

Touching the sun

This is one of my favorite photos caught at a serendipitous moment. It’s as if the water is reaching out to touch the sun and becomes infused with its warmth. Taken in Sarasota, Florida.

View off coast of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia

View off the coast of Cape Breton in Nova Scotia. Out of all the destinations I’ve camped on the American continent, Nova Scotia is one of my favorites. It reminds me of a northern version of Costa Rica with raw beauty.

View off coast of Manzanita, Oregon

Another view off the Oregon coast in the town of Manzanita. It’s classic Oregon — thick morning fog, overcast skies, blanketed mountains, and rich colors.

Surreal Santa Rosa sunset

View from my campsite when I was on Lake Canuilla with sun setting over the Santa Rosa mountains in La Quinta, California. It’s not far from the famed Salton Sea.