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Feb2019
Toro Waterfall, Juan Castro National Park, Costa Rica

#238 Catarata Del Toro Waterfall, Juan Castro National Park, Costa Rica

There are many great waterfalls in Costa Rica, some require long hikes in rough country to visit and shoot, while others, like Catarata Del Toro Waterfall, are easy to get to. It’s in a National Park and and a Conservation area, so another great thing about this waterfall is the extensive rainforest that surrounds it. […]

Feb2019
Amazing Buddha Statues of Asia

#237 Amazing Buddha Statues of Asia

I have included many religious sites in my list of landscapes to photograph before you die, but this time we’re looking at the big Buddhas that are so large they are part of the landscape. I saw the first one when I was watching the Olympics in China—the Leshan Great Buddha. Carved from a cliff […]

Feb2019
SEDONA, ARIZONA

#236 SEDONA, ARIZONA

For some reason Sedona was left out of my original book, but it was an oversight. The area has many great photographers now and has always been a draw to me, even with its obvious similarities to Moab. It would be a waste of time for me to write about the photographic possibilities of Sedona […]

Feb2019
YANGIKALA CANYON

#235 YANGIKALA CANYON, TURKMENISTAN

I am lucky to be one of the few people who have photographed this part of the extensive deserts of Turkmenistan. Even getting into the country with the help of the U.S. State Department was almost impossible, and once there, it’s a long trip to this spot which would require a guide. This desert has […]

Jan2019
The Bahamas

#234 The Bahamas

This time of year, it’s not unreasonable for those of us in northern climes to find our minds drawn toward the tropics and its amazing islands. I’ve had the good fortune to visit many of the world’s most beautiful isles, and the Bahamas definitely rank high. Though like Florida they don’t have much high terrain, […]

Jan2019
The Drakensberg Mountains, South Africa

#232 The Drakensberg Mountains, South Africa

With endless hiking trails, thousands of rock art panels, the Blyde River Canyon, and the world’s second highest waterfall, the Drakensberg Range is a place of stunning beauty. I have only explored the outskirts of these mountains, but with time and the urge to explore, a wide range of spectacular imagery awaits. The escarpment is […]

Jan2019
Lake Superior, USA

#230 Lake Superior, USA

Since I’m a native Mid-Westerner, I often visit the area to see family and since Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, the Dakotas, and other less photographed states were mostly overlooked by other professional landscape shooters of the day, I often worked in these states. Maybe someday I’ll be able to add something from my home state of […]

Jan2019
Banaue Rice Terraces, The Philippines

#231 Banaue Rice Terraces, The Philippines

A World Heritage Site, these ancient rice terraces were damaged somewhat during a earthquake a few years ago, but are almost rebuilt. An eight hour drive from Manilla, the area has a nice hotel, and many of the terraces are easily accessible. A few, like the most famous fields at Batad, require a hike to […]

Dec2018
Ephesus, Turkey

#229 Ephesus, Turkey

I often say the best Greek ruins are not in Greece, but in other countries like Italy and Turkey. Ephesus, famous from biblical history (Book of Revelation and Acts), is a great example, with the remains of a town, the famous Library of Celsus and a massive theater that can seat 25,000 people. It’s one […]

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