If you’re looking for something beautiful, amazing, breathtaking, or inspiring, our little planet provides, some of the most incredible landscapes in the world have offered travelers and vacationers their favorite photographs. But instead of just looking at a picture, why not get out there and make the most of what Earth can offer. Continue reading “Capture Your Imagination With These Incredible Landscapes”
Last weekend we embarked on our second hike in Utah. We chose the Crimson Trail. We thought 3 miles were doable. What we didn’t realize is that the loop includes the Riverside Nature Trail and a little piece of trail to get to the beginning of Crimson Trail making the whole trip about 4.5 miles. Also, the trail was not an easy trail with an elevation gain of about 1000 feet and lots of steep, snowy, icy, and I must say, treacherous areas. Continue reading “Hiking The Crimson Trail in Logan, Utah”
We have now visited Mt Hood during summer in 2014, and during winter of this year. It has a very different atmosphere on each season and of course the temperature and the amounts of snow are quite different but it is always a treat. Continue reading “An Impromptu Winter Roadtrip To Mt Hood, Oregon”
Mount St. Helens is known as the volcano in the Pacific Northwest that erupted in 1980 and caused a lot of damage but people still enjoy going to observe it and hike it. Continue reading “Mount St. Helens From Afar”
Land and water, basically what our planet is made of. When both of these meet, something magical happens. The scenery somehow becomes beautiful and useful for mankind too, whether for leisure or work. They are two completely different things, yet they complement each other so well. They create a connection that humanity seems to love. It also comes in different forms such as lakes meeting parks, and cities meeting oceans.
I hope you enjoy these photos of land meeting water from across my travels. Continue reading “When Land Meets Water Around The World”
Last week we took a 4 hour road trip through the Columbia River Highway which took us by the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. The more I stay in Oregon, the more I realize how big and beautiful this state is. It keeps surprising me. The landscapes that this river and this canyon provide are stunning. We were so mesmerized by the changing colors and landscapes provided in combination with the sky, the sun, the trees and the river. Continue reading “Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area”
Last Christmas Eve, Josh and I decided to go on a 2-hour road trip to Cannon Beach, a small city in Oregon. We had never been and all I knew about the place was that it is home to the famous Haystack Rock.
The 4-hour roundtrip was definitely worth it. Continue reading “The Most Photogenic Beach I Have Been To: Cannon Beach, Oregon”