Through the stunning Shenandoah Mountains, curls a road known as Skyline Drive. Never have i seen such a beautiful site early in the morning. Here showcases the stunning beauty of Skyline Drive.
Despite being a humid and hot day out, we had managed to create these pieces of art with the sun beating down on our necks. Originally going to get some long exposures of the waterfalls, we had ended up hiking down the "River Trail" to find some unique perspectives.
Rose River Falls was quite the site, we expected the waterfalls to be to a grand scale in comparison to the falls before and after it, however, we found that the smaller waterfalls were more beautiful and elegant in their nature.
Hikes with your coworkers are fun until they start to yell every time you stop for a photo. Despite the yelling we think that they turned out alright and we hope you think the same!
A short drive from our dorm, the Catalina Highway up to Mount Lemmon was gorgeous, we traveled up and down many times throughout our semester and came out with these photos. Enjoy
At our cabin we have quite a few sites to see around the area, whether it is a fire road leading down into a valley or a commonly traveled road leading down to a creek. These photos were all taken within 10 minutes of our cabin.
Recently having moved to Arizona, we've been exploring the areas surrounding where our family is. The hike was a beautiful golden hour, a warm welcoming to Arizona. We enjoyed taking these photos, we hope you can enjoy them as well!
Despite having driven 3 days across the country to get to Arizona, this car ride was by far, worth every minute of it. From trying out portraits to experimenting with new lenses, it was a blast getting these photos.
A 30 minute drive isnt bad to be able to get views like this one. A perfect sight for the gorgeous Arizona sunsets.
The sky had been the perfect backdrop for the photographs captured on that rainy evening. Spending the day hiking with my father and sister had been a blessing in disguise, without their support I wouldn't thrive to bring out more photos.
Having admired these falls for a while, it was a wonder as to when we would visit them. Unfortunately we did choose a national holiday to decide to visit, which left the falls crowded and nearly impossible to get a quality photo. However, we did come out with 2 photos that we think turned out pretty well and we hope you think the same!
With a short time notice, we decided to hike up Point of Rocks, MD. Little did we know that this hike would be extremely hard to find through the thick brush by the railroad along the C&O. However, we did come out with some quality photos, so please enjoy them!