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Gagne Wedding at Brainard Lake, Colorado

By On September 28, 2016

My dear friend recently got married to her one and only. Friends since high school, and sweethearts for the most recent years, Danielle and Zach have made their home Denver.¬†They tied the… Read More

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Banff National Park

By On February 24, 2016

So it has once again been a while since I have written. Still can’t believe how slack I have been about getting these pictures posted. Trying to turn a new leaf here… Read More

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Icefields Parkway Part II

By On January 9, 2016

As I continued down the Icefields Parkway I was astonished at the continuous beauty that unfolded before me. These next few are of the Columbia Icefield. These are the largest glacier fields… Read More

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Jasper and the Icefields Parkway

By On December 31, 2015

From Vancouver I drove north to Whistler for a quick second to take in a music festival in Pemberton, B.C.. The festival was phenomenal, the Canadians really know how to host a… Read More

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Victoria and Vancouver, B.C.

By On November 25, 2015

Next stop: Canada After Washington I headed north into British Columbia, Canada. I thought this trip would be the perfect opportunity to see a little of our northern neighbor. These shots are… Read More

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North Cascades

By On September 28, 2015

The first two parks I visited in Washington were amazing, but North Cascades was by far my favorite. Located on the border of Canada, North Cascades boasts remote wilderness, glacier water, and… Read More

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Olympic National Park

By On September 23, 2015

From Mt. Rainier I headed to Olympic National Park. Olympic has every different landscape you could ask for in a park. The terrain ranges from coast line, to mountains, and to dense… Read More

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Mt. Rainier

By On September 14, 2015

My first national park in Washington was Mt. Rainier, which is one of the iconic landscapes of Washington, raising above 14,000ft. As the most glaciated peak in the United States (minus Alaska),… Read More

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Portland

By On August 25, 2015

I love Portland! As an avid fan of the show Portlandia I was intrigued to see what the real city was like. I had scheduled myself four days here and was very… Read More

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Crater Lake, Oregon

By On August 5, 2015

  At a depth of 1,943ft Crater Lake National Park in Oregon is the deepest lake in the United States. Created by the eruption of Mount Mazama around 7,700 years ago. Within… Read More