Stories from home

*Update: I have been overwhelmed with the kind words from everyone about this post. Being freshly pressed has certainly brought a new audience to my blog, and I wanted to say a big thank you to everyone for stopping by. If interested, here’s a more complete gallery of some of my favorite images from Death Valley.

Death Valley is one of the most spectacular places on the planet. It is a vast and diverse landscape, one that ranges in altitude from the heights of Telescope Peak (11,043 ft) in the Panamint Range, to the desolate and unique salt water flats at Badwater (282 feet below sea level). If you ever want to see a landscape that is like nothing you have ever seen, then DVNP is the place to go. This is the last in my mini-series of reflective posts from when my buddy Steve and I visited the american southwest a…

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The Crossroad

Hey guys! It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything here, so I think it’s about time I updated with a new post! Here’s a list of my top ten places I’d like to visit one day. What are yours?

10. Ireland

Cliffs of Moher

The Emerald Isle–land of rolling green hills, endless fields dotted with sheep, cozy villages, rugged coasts, and friendly people. It’s also where my ancestors immigrated from centuries ago.

9. Nepal

Nestled high in the Himalayas, it’s safe to say that Nepal is a land of stunning natural scenery. Culture and tradition has withstood the test of time here, which really fascinates me considering that much of Asia is undergoing major changes in development. Home to the world’s highest mountains, Nepal is known as the “roof of the world”. Having always been a dream of mine to catch a glimpse of Everest in person, I hope to one day make…

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