During summer in the Land of Salmon, water often seems to hurry along as if to avoid being captured again by the chill breath of winter.Read More
Since we haven't changed the basic design of this site in about three years, now seemed like the time to try something new. We hope you like this design that organizes our photos a little differently and enjoy a trip through British Columbia, Yukon and Alaska.Read More
Landscape photography is a double-edged sword. When we review our photographs after a trip we are always disappointed. We remember how the water was so much bluer, the rocks so much grainier, the expanses so much larger, the calving glacier so much taller, so much…Read More
You could certainly start a lively debate asking: “Where is the most beautiful place in the world?” There are a multitude of viable choices, with personal taste thrown in to make it a useless subjective debate. But, I could make a pretty strong case for Torres (towers) del Paine National Park, Chile.
Our guide was nearly overcome with emotion when the towers first came into view around a ridge of the Andes, saying she had never seen it so stunningly clear. As we stopped and looked at its splendor, several Andean Condors circled lazily, then chased a Black-chested Buzzard Eagle away, mere feet above our heads. One of those moments.Read More
As you can tell from our photos we recently traveled to Chile. The country has many spectacular sights and a ton of landscape diversity. Our trip took us to the Atacama desert in the north, central Chile (Santiago and Valparaiso), Patagonia in the south, and Easter Island (Rapa Nui) out in the Pacific. We put together a short video of our travels to try and share some of our experience in this beautiful country. Hope you enjoy the video.. BoydRead More