Wilderness & Landscape Photography by Jason & Joshua Hill
A storm greeted us at the end of our hike through Sulphur Creek. Most people park near Chimney Rock (the large spire in the left […]
It took several minutes to get the correct exposures for this. It’s a combination of 5 different photos, exposed between .5 and 20 seconds (f22/iso100/18mm). […]
The rain in Utah this weekend might have stopped us from doing a lot of slot canyons, but it made photos like this possible. Finding […]
This is a photo of my good friend Mike Irwin climbing Sulphur Creek. Mike’s a runner, so he did this in running flats instead of […]
An interesting view of Mesa Arch, one of the most well-known arches in Utah.
There were a lot of clouds below us this morning, too many to see the ground. This was one of the few breaks in the […]
A photo of El Santuario de Chimayo in Chimayo, New Mexico. This chruch is a national historic landmark and the most important Catholic pilgrimage center […]
East Palace Ave at night in Santa Fe.
The wind sculptures outside of the Loretto Chapel in Santa Fe, New Mexico are one of my favorite targets for photography in the city. This […]
The San Miguel Mission (also known as the San Miguel Chapel) in Santa Fe, New Mexico was built between 1610 and 1626, making it the […]
The view of Hallett Peak from Dream Lake in winter.
Lake Haiyaha is located near Bear Lake, the most popular area for hiking in Rocky Mountain National Park. I usually avoid this area during the […]
Looking out at the plains while hiking up to Lake Haiyaha. Bear Lake and Nymph Lake can be seen below.
Backpacker Magazine recently rated the hike to Lower Calf Creek Falls as one of the best waterfall hikes in the southwest. We ended up arriving […]
Antelope Canyon is one of the most distinctive landmarks in the southwest. It’s undoubtedly the most amazing slot canyon I’ve ever hiked through. But this […]
This is a morning shot from Sunset Point taken roughly an hour after sunrise.
The sunrise is better at Sunset Point than Sunrise Point. Sunrise Point is better for sunsets. Photography-wise, I guess.
Thor’s Hammer is the most distinctive landmark in Bryce Canyon National Park. It’s located in the bottom-center of this photo. Honestly, I don’t think it’s […]
This is the view entering Eldorado Canyon from Boulder Open Space.
The standard view of Machu Picchu, for good reason.
Edited one year after taking the photo.
A 17,713 ft, glacier-capped mountain (5399 meters) in the Peruvian Andes.