Wilderness & Landscape Photography by Jason & Joshua Hill
Double Arch is huge. That’s Jason standing below the first arch.
The sun goes down as Jason and I hike out of Canyonlands using jeep trails. A sudden and unexpected snowstorm prevented us from using our […]
When we crawled in the tent around midnight there was no sign of snow but we woke up to several inches of it. This is […]
Jason and I spent Thanksgiving at this campsite in Chesler Park. After our holiday feast of turkey jerkey and instant mashed potatoes we took a […]
Jason looking towards Six Shooter Peak as we start our trip in Canyonlands on Thanksgiving.
I took this photograph at the beginning of an epic hike, from Loveland Pass to Grizzly Peak and the East Wall of A-Basin, and back.
This is what remains of the plaza at Tsankawi. This was the center of a Pueblo community during the 15th and 16 Centuries. Few traces […]
Caves dot the landscape around Tsankawi. The soft tuff allowed the caves to be dug easily. Many of the caves contain air holes drilled (somehow) […]
Hundreds of years of footprints have eroded paths into the tuff at Tsankawi in Bandelier National Monument. The paths are up to a few feet […]
This is the oldest house in the US. It’s located just off the Old Santa Fe Trail in downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico, across from […]
Santa Fe peppers and bull heads.
This is the storefront entrance to the oldest house in the US. I’ve found photos from as far back as 1880 with this portion attached […]
The constellation Orion shines behind the oldest church in the US.