“Even though my path through the American West had been traveled before, I couldn’t help but feel this incredibly romantic notion that I was the first person to discover these natural wonders.”
“There’s something incredibly seductive about the velvety-soft water. I loved capturing that in contrast to the angular trees and rocks that frame the river.”
“The light peeking through the trees was heavenly and unexpected yet more than welcome. Today, Mother Nature delivered a moment I’ll never forget.”
Drew’s Travel Notebook
“The contrast between these rocks and the trees that have managed to call them home reminds me of the almighty will of our natural world.”
“I was awestruck by the magnitude of the rock, especially reflected and perfectly preserved in the crystalline, free-flowing Merced River.”
“Found deep in the Oregon forest, scenes like this waterfall felt like I had stumbled upon paradise or a page out of a children’s storybook.”
Behind the Camera
14,000+ miles & 21 state and national parks.
The journey through the American West presented a spectrum of natural wonders. Here is an intimate look at the 14,000 mile journey, taken over 2 months in a 23-foot Airstream trailer and visiting 21 State and National Parks.