Wilderness & Landscape Photography by Jason & Joshua Hill
Shanghai has dozens of large neighborhoods and districts, all of which seem to be architecturally inspired by different colonial and financial presences. We asked for […]
This was my first morning in Shanghai. China is one big massive timezone, and Shanghai is over on the eastern edge, so the sun rises […]
Shanghai is the largest city in the world, but it’s extremely peaceful on the waterfront in the Bund during sunrise. People are flying kites and […]
China’s version of the Wall Street bull. Made in the USA (Wyoming). Unveiled in May 2010 (before the World Expo).
The biggest lake on Isle Royale is called Siskiwit Lake. The largest island on Siskiwit Lake is Ryan Island. That makes Ryan Island the largest […]
At Chaco Culture National Historic Park you can walk right up to thousand year old logs supporting multi-story buildings. Even when it’s 30 degrees and […]
This is the oldest multi-storied Pueblo structure. It was built between 1000 and 1450 AD and people still live in it today. Each room has […]
Note: this photo is for my personal use only. Taos Pueblo restricts copyrights of photos within the village.
San Geronimo Chapel was built in 1850. While this makes it one of the younger adobe style churches in northern New Mexico, it’s nevertheless one […]
You won’t find Tomato Ridge on any maps. It doesn’t seem to have an official name. There are no trails to the top of it […]
I’ve taken a lot of photos of the Flatirons from this location. This was instantly one of my favorites because of the lighting conditions. It […]
This photo was taken from McClure Pass on Highway 133 while we were driving back from Crested Butte.
What a beautiful way to celebrate our first anniversary!
I camped near these rocks when rafting the Colorado River with my brother, 3 friends and a black lab. This is in Colorado—just outside of […]