Twas the wake. We were three Kerrymen, a father, and his two sons, in the Kingdom known a Kerry, Ireland. After a full day’s trek through rolling landscapes, emphasized by the remote beauty of the Black Valley, we secured permission from a local farmer to make a shelter on his land and settled in for the night.Read More
It is bone dry and beautiful. Fires are common on this route, the passing scorched hills and drifting ash serve as an eerie reminder of the recent Thomas Fire which tore through sections deep in Los Padres National Forest, eventually becoming California's largest wildfire on record.Read More
My favorite spot in Shenandoah National Park is Big Meadows. Here, you will find grazing deer, the occasional black bear, wedding photographers chasing the light, and the most incredible sunset over the Blue Ride Mountains.Read More
An American freight train. The hot desert air billowed through my hair as the unexpected whistle of an American freight train pierced the landscape, barreling its way towards the Cajon Pass.