It's hard to sumarize all the wonders of China in a few words. With a population of 1.4Billion people and land mass just slightly behind the US, it's a country with vast natural resources. Diverse in culture and geography no two regions are alike, with countless adventures and new landscapes.
The mountains ranges in Banff and Jasper National Parks needs little introduction. Their shear beauty has left all who witness it in absolute awe. From the warm alpine glow to the turquoise glacier lakes, the magnificent Canadian Rockies is a must see for everyone.
When most think of Death Valley they picture a dry land scorched by the sun, however that couldn't be further from the truth. Digging deeper we find a vast array of natural phenomenon spanning from rolling sand dunes to sailing boulders all situated at the lowest point in North America.
Iceland has fast become one of the most photographed countries in the world. With landscapes ranging from glacier lakes to volcanic black beaches, hidden waterfalls and dramatic sea stacks, there is no shortage of inspirations. Add to that the possibility of seeing Northern Lights and it is no wonder that the imagines leave you in awe.
Ireland has some of the most dramatic and beautiful coastlines I've ever visited. A small island with some of the most epic rock formations just begging to be photographed.
Scotland is a land of no boundaries giving everyone access to all the beauty it has to offer. From the Highland of Skye to the city of Edinburgh the ever changing dramatic scenery along with weather provides a twist at every turn.
USA - Northeast
The southern beauty of Charleston and Savannah was every bit as picturesque as I had imagined it, surrounded by draping Spanish moss trees that catches the warm evening light. The freshly bloomed Azaleas accented the landscape providing a elegant and romantic atmosphere.