My favourite experience was just simply sitting on the Belvedere Terrace @hotellefontanelle whether it was for breakfast or for dinner at the "Restaurant La Colonna". The terrace was the perfect setting for an Italian alfresco dining experience with panoramic postcard views of the surrounding Tuscan countryside. I found myself constantly switching between looking up at the scenery and back down at the exquisite food served in front of me. As the sun set and the light cycled through its warm tones in the distance over the rolling Chianti hills marked with lines of cypress trees, I thought to myself “This is quintessential Italy”. This is the Italy that when you close your eyes, you see. #wanderlustwednesday#instatuscany
Mongolian Nights | Baasanhuu Family Ger Camp, 🇲🇳 Mongolia
When I arrived in Mongolia, I was hoping that I’d get a chance to shoot the Milky Way, as there is next to no light pollution. Sadly, most nights had torrential thunderstorms. Thankfully this night, the skies remained clear and the stars came out to play. If you recall the man on the camel in my other photo, his name is Baasanhuu and he owns this ger camp. Without the 3 word address in the guide book, I really would have struggled to find this camp. Why not find “beanbag.skier.pigments” for yourself and see how remote this camp is!
@lonelyplanet @what3words #lonelyplanet#what3words#lpPathfinders
Known as the 8th street bridge in downtown Boise, Idaho. The bridge is over 100 years old and was constructed by the Missouri Valley Bridge and Iron Co. Built in 1911 as a train bridge it was the first bridge crossing over the Boise river, eliminating the need to take a ferry to get from the city core to then-rural areas south of the river.
The City of Boise Department of Arts & History awarded an estimated $75,000 bid to Rocky Mountain Electric to do the lighting install.
Canon 5D mkii
16-35 f/2.8ii @ 16mm
The longest single drop waterfall in North America. If you stood the new One World Trade Center at the base of this waterfall, the top of the building would barely clear the upper crest.. See the person down there near the bottom of the frame?
Sit back and enjoy the show! During Sunday’s Perseid meteor shower, I was giving a private workshop for my company @idahophotoworkshops but I still found a couple of minutes to grab my camera and capture some shots. Big thanks to the random photographer who sat perfectly in his camp chair gazing at the shooting stars as a parked car briefly lit up the Bruneau Sand Dunes. @resourcetravel @visitidaho
t i m e [ a - l o n g - e x p o s u r e ] // found out yesterday (a bit late) that BBCs Frozen Planet is getting a sequel. if anyone out there knows some people connected to it and is in need of some extra shooters for the show - I will happily clear my schedule for the next 5 years for you #explorecanada