The Dolphins of South Australia

As I jump out of bed at 5am on yet another Saturday morning, I think about what the day will bring. I’m excited as usual, to head to work. Not to my paid Monday to Friday job, but for the job I ...

Ottowa Ablaze

A viewing so many splendid sunset images and being amazed by their rich colors and textures, I started my own sunset photography this summer. As I'm not a professional photographer, there isn't much time for...

A is for Adirondacks

Over my school’s fall break, myself and three good friends from the Wells College Adventure club decided to explore the Adirondacks. With a decent amount of hiking experience and a lack of warm socks, we set of...
Wild World: Losho Maasai Village - Kenya

Losho Village, Kenya

In February 2012, I had the privilege of being a guest in Kenya's Losho Cultural Village. I experienced three days of bliss and was welcomed so warmly by all the Maasai community: women, men, and children. I lo...

Lower Antelope Canyon

In June 2010 my travels returned me to Page, Arizona for the second time in as many years.  The previous year I had toured at a friend's suggestion the Upper Antelope Canyon.  It was very interesting, but was a...

Alpine Observations

To the un-initiated, the French Alps may seem somewhat of a circus. With the super rich of Chamonix to climbers on a budget camping wherever seems flat, the ski resorts such as Val d’Isere and Tignes seething w...
Wild World: Eagle Cap Wilderness, Oregon

Oregon’s Eagle Cap Wilderness

Hidden in a pocket of northeast Oregon, the Eagle Cap Wilderness is home to 358,461 acres of wild terrain, vast granite mountains, glacial u-shaped valleys, and abundant wildlife. This is not the Oregon that pe...