Steamboat Wildflower Invasion

For about two weeks every year, wildflowers explode along the upper elevations of the Rocky Mountains.  This year’s crop was especially bomber as a plentiful snow pack finally melted.  Lots of moisture means lots of flowers.  Some recent rain storms didn’t hurt...

Snitz’s winter adventure

THE CANADIAN ROCKIES/SOUTHEAST UTAH First off, if you love the American Rockies, see what they’re sporting up North!  More vert, bigger, Alp-like!  Did I mention crazy foregrounds leading up to bomber peaks? How about methane bubbles that form beneath the ice and rise...

Snitz Antarctica Q & A

Did you take thousands of penguin photos?  Relax, you only get to view a few. Are there any Alpha penguins who are natural-born leaders?  Yah, the guy in front is the Douglass MacArthur of Sub Arctic Birds (a Gentoo Penguin, the Cadillac of birds). Actually, maybe...

New England leaf peeping

New England gets the prize this year for the best foliage I’ve seen…ever!  Not kidding folks.  I was lucky enough to spend two weeks shooting, based out of Montpelier, Vt and Bar Harbor, Maine. Did I mention the leaves were changing color? By the way, I’m...

Glacier NP Fall Spectacular!

I’m a huge fan of Glacier NP!  On my third visit to the park (last week), I had the op to revisit some of my favorite spots last week and was greeted by perfect weather/awesome cloud-filled skies. I started the trip climbing over Logan Pass, which provides...

Summer Monsoon At Grand Canyon/San Juan Mountains

The Grand Canyon’s North Rim is bomber, especially now, with the monsoon season rolling in.  You get amazing cloud-filled skies and sunsets to die for.  Not kidding folks! Did I mention that the North Rim is cooler (than the South) and wayyyyy less crowded?  Being...

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