I write this laying in my bed slowly dying from a hangover… Stay away from alcohol kids. I just wanted to say THANK YOU for all the love you guys are sending me. It blows my mind that there are so many people enjoying my pictures. You guys motivate me so much. Thank you, thank you, and one more time thank you :)

into-the-wild-into-the-sun: Just found your blog under explore tag. I instantly recognized these pictures because I just came back from vacation in Alaska!! (I'm from NY) I did a few of the same hikes! Reed Lake, kayaking in Seward and flattop in anchorage!! Can't wait to go back 😊

That’s awesome! I love this place.

It was raining on and off the hour and forty-five minutes it took going back to the car… I fell multiple times…
Palmer, Alaska
  • Camera: Canon EOS 6D
  • Aperture: f/4
  • Exposure: 1/800th
  • Focal Length: 42mm

It was raining on and off the hour and forty-five minutes it took going back to the car… I fell multiple times…

Palmer, Alaska

Friday night and all I want to do is explore.
Palmer, Alaska
  • Camera: Canon EOS 6D
  • Aperture: f/4
  • Exposure: 1/2000th
  • Focal Length: 53mm

Friday night and all I want to do is explore.

Palmer, Alaska

joancypaola19: your photos are amazing. congratulations. I hope to travel more in my country (Venezuela) to take more photos...

Get out and go! I’m sure it’s gorgeous there.

Anonymous: Your photographs are awesome. You have a talent of capturing Alaska's raw beauty in a unique way. I've enjoyed all your work so far and look forward to seeing more! Keep up the great work!!

Thank you!

moon-glowed: I just came across your blog and I'm in love with your photography. You make me miss adventuring in rural land, I used to live on the big island, Hawaii. I hope that you're having an amazing summer and I wanted to know what your favorite hike has been in alaska?

Thank you! I’ve always wanted to go to Hawaii… I hope you are still exploring wherever you are now though! My favorite hike is probably Mount Baldy right now. It’s short compared to most of the hikes I do but it’s straight up the whole way. After the top, if you walk along the mountain ridge for about 2 miles you find an amazing view.