Did you know there's a fantastic cheese trail to do a road trip in Northern California. Passing through both Sonoma and Marin county the cheese trail covers gorgeous landscapes, dairy farms and fun cheeseries that you can visit along the way.
Take a look at this fun road trip and highlights below for more details
#California #cheese #travelphotography #Sonoma #marin
Without the swirl of oranges, reds and dusty browns highlighting the peaks and hoodoos of Bryce Canyon, what are you left with?
Contrasting formations, texture and organic forms that crawl in and out of the landscape. The earth is constantly changing through a series of wind, rain and intermittent storms that rush through this area and creating a living form - the outcome, a stunning landscape to behold in person.
Do you think this looks interesting in black and white below?
#BryceCanyon #landscapephotography #Utah #blackandwhitephotography
Have you ever driven the road to the sun, if not you must! This iconic road trip from the start to the end of Glacier National Park is not to be missed. I stopped in so many vista points breathless with joy and everything I saw along the way was amazing and then to be outdone by the next lookout point.
Driving slowly through the canyon floor with peek a boo views of rivers snaking into the large swath of Lake MacDonald and then it disappears once you start heading uphill towards those majestic peaks. And yes, they really are amazing to behold. So take your time and stop at every lookout point, because you've never seen anything quite like this before. This really is god's country.
#Montana #GlacierNationalPark #landscapephotography #blackandwhitephotography #tbin
- University of Rome 'La Sapienza'BA in Classics / MA in Development, presentBA in classics: Greek and Roman history, literature and language. Italian literature. MA in development studies with an emphasis on education and cultural cooperation projects
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- GBstudiesStudy abroad consultant, 2011 - 2014
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