I’ve been in Alaska for two weeks now and haven’t edited a single photo. Honestly I’ve just been enjoying myself and my priorities haven’t been in photography. It’s been a welcome break, but I couldn’t resist a quick phone edit from flying over North America’s highest mountain.
I’ve been so busy that I missed my three year #vanniversary. Three years ago I emptied my savings and took a chance this ol beast, and I never would have imagined I’d be where I am today. Honestly I don’t think I’d still be chasing this dream if it wasn’t for Nemo. It hasn’t been without its struggles, and the days spent tearing into the engine with @nathansatranphoto and having Mercedes quote me absurd amounts of money to fix routine things ($80 to replace a taillight bulb, really?). But here’s to another three years of engine lights and Walmart parking lots.
Interstate traffic in Montana really is the worst.
I was heading home on I-90 after my shoot with @glaciermt when I saw one of the brightest rainbows I’ve ever seen just outside of #AlbertonMT. I quickly found a place to pull over and put the drone up, swipe left to see the full panorama from this one! #GlacierMT
Yesterday I had the opportunity to bike the Route of the Hiawatha on a photo shoot for @glaciermt .This trail cuts through the Bitterroot Mountains as we rode on over seven steel trestles and through ten tunnels put in by the Milwaukee Railroad over 100 years ago. The 15 mile trail wasn’t only historic, but incredibly beautiful and I can’t wait to do it again. #GlacierMT
One of the things I love about my job is exploring areas that most (including myself) often miss. This week I’m shooting for @glaciermt along the I-90 corridor west of Missoula, and this is an area often quickly driven through, and I’m spending these days learning of the immense beauty hidden behind the exit ramps. #glaciermt
We hiked through a downpour with thunder and lightning all around, but the storm wasn’t enough to deter us from getting a view of these glacial blue lakes. As we arrived at this spot bits of blue sky broke through and before we knew it, the mountains had come out to play.
Montana is always full of surprises, but sometimes you need to go a few hundred feet underground to see them. Lewis and Clark Caverns is one of my favorite places and offers endless opportunities for adventure from the caverns to mountain biking to cabins.
Shot on assignment for @visitmontana and @mtstateparks#mtexploremore#montanamoment