Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, just a few minutes north east of Lovell, WY gets just a tiny fraction of the visitors who hit Yellowstone National Park, just over one hundred miles away. Of those few visitors, most are in boats on the lake at the bottom of the canyon fishing or waterskiing. Photographer Jeff […]
Mountaineer and photographer Jeff Handlin summits Castle Mountain in the Absaroka/Beartooth Range.
One of the best ways to explore Maine’s maritime history is aboard one of the schooners that used to ply these waters before steam and diesel ships took over.
Portland is an intense blend of both old and new Maine. Victorian buildings with mansard roofs and turrets line cobblestone streets, while tight-pants hipsters weave through traffic on bicycles and loudly-colored amphibious trucks haul tourists from land to water and back to land again. Portland is a city shaped by both land and sea. […]
It only takes a few miles of driving along the coast of Maine to realize why people flock here every summer. The ocean splashes against the rocky coastline, lobster shacks alternating from tacky to homey line the beaches and the locals are friendly. Even the tollbooth operators smile at you when you pass.
Mount Washington looms over coastal New England. At 6,288 feet, it is visible from the Atlantic Ocean, 80 miles away. The highest windspeed ever recorded was clocked here on April 12th, 1934 at 231 mph. The “home of the worst weather on Earth” is accessible by a winding toll-road, but (for once) I decide to […]
Pompey’s Pillar to St. Mary’s Peak – 1062 Images in Two Minutes Watch video HERE This short film takes us on a hard-charging road-trip through 847 miles of Montana’s backroads from Pomey’s Pillar, east of Billings, through Yellowstone National Park and ending at the lookout tower at the top of St. Marys Peak just south […]