Spirit of the Mountain
Edge of the World
Portal to Fairyland
Beach of Lost Souls
Night Under the Stars
This Magic Moment
Follow the Yellow Dirt Road
Moonrise Over Mesa
This Old Barn
Tip of the Morning
The 395 House
The Grand Reveal
Roof Top View
Layers of Sunset
Holy GlowWatch a sunrise of Mount Kailash and you will see why this mountain is considered holy for multiple religions.
Salt CanvasUyuni Salt Flat is like a blank canvas, painted by light at every sunrise and sunset.
Spirit of the MountainIt's not hard to understand why the Sherpa people think these mountains are holy when you witness a sunset like this surrounded by the Himalayas.
Morning BluesKayakers getting an early start in the morning on Maligne Lake in the Canadian Rockies.
Edge of the WorldEdge of the World
Portal to FairylandWith places like Kirkjufell, it's easy to understand why some Icelanders still believe in trolls and elves till this day.
Emerald GlenHidden in valleys in the Pacific Northwest are creeks and forests plucked straight out of fairy tales. You just have to explore a bit to find them.
Beach of Lost SoulsAn abandoned ship silently sits on the southern tip of Chile. What secrets does it hold?
Night Under the StarsCalm and quiet night awaited us after an exhausting day breaking trail during an unexpected snow storm.
Happiness for a photographer is when everything is just right to produce a spectacular susnet.
Sierra SunriseFarmer's Pond near Bishop
WestworldSunrise near the Canyonlands National Park, the setting for a lot of Western movies.
Canyon DraperyThe silky Toketee Falls hidden away in a lush Oregon gorge.
Moody BlueAs the last ray of winter light climbed out of the Yosemite valley, coolness settled in.
Placid LakeStillwater on an early morning in the Canadian Rockies. Getting up early has its rewards, by the time I left the lake 20 minutes later, wind has picked up and the reflections disappeared.
January MornYosemite valley and fog.
CalmSitting by this small hidden lake all by myself watching the sunset was quite a treat.
Follow me on Instagram and Facebook. How would you feel if you crash landed in this landscape?
Follow me on Instagram and Facebook. Sometimes, nature paints the palette, all I have to do is to frame it.
Tunnel View sunset.
Lago Pehoe and Los Cuernos.
Southwest SpotlightRain, sun, rainbow, all within 20 minutes. This is what happens when a fast moving summer storm rolls through the American Southwest, providing some unique opportunities for dramatic clouds and lighting.
SuperbloomWildflowers and the hike up the Temblor Range.
Infernal BeautySunrise in Banff National Park.
WindingWinding river on a snowy morning.
This Magic MomentPassengers enjoying this magic moment on a boat ride in Patagonia.
CurtainA calming spot to sit and enjoy the sound of water.
Tunnel View sunset.
GlowSunset in the Temblor Range.
BeamBefore the trip, I thought Utah would be nothing but sun and blue sky. Little did I know, July is rain season and thunderstorms moved in and out everyday, lasting only 30 minutes or so, bringing some great opportunities for photo and a chance to cool down.
Follow the Yellow Dirt RoadFollow the yellow dirt road in the California hills during the 2019 super bloom.
Moonrise Over MesaThis feels like a good place to build a castle. Somewhere outside Capitol Reef National Park, UT.
This Old BarnAn old barn that has witnessed many changing seasons.
Tip of the MorningNothing better than watching the sun paint the mountains red after a night of camping in the snow.
Jökulsárlón glacial lagoon.
Parallel RealmsThe holy mountain Gurla Mandhata reflected in the holy lake Mapam Yumco in mythical Tibet.
Abandoned huts next to Hwy 395 outside June Lake Loop.
The 395 HouseAbandoned huts next to Hwy 395 outside June Lake Loop.
The Grand RevealMt. Everest shrouded with fast moving clouds at sunset.
Crater SunsetI checked the webcam for Crater Lake for a week before this backpacking trip. Everyday, it was foggy with near zero visibility. At one point, I began wondering if their webcam broke. Finally, on the day of my trip, there was a break in the weather and I was able to enjoy this beautiful sunrise outside of my tent.
Follow me on Instagram and Facebook. Fort Victor-Emmanuel was clearly designed to take advantage of the surrounding landscape. Today, it's a museum located in Vanoise National Park, France.
Ringedalsvatnet PanoramaGlacial erosions formed some of my favorite landscapes in the world, including the area around lake Ringedalsvatnet, Norway.
Follow me on Instagram and Facebook. Mirador Valle de Los Perros on the north side of the "O" Circuit in Torres del Paine, Chile. Thanks to daily trekker limit, we had this place almost all to ourselves. It was quite a shock to rejoin civilization when the trail merged back with the easier and more popular "W" Circuit.
Roof Top ViewLast November, I explored the Himalayan Region and saw Mt. Everest from the Nepal side. I thought that was that, I got one more thing off of my travel check list. Now seven months later, I'm back at Everest from the Tibet side. The "Roof of the World" has a way of luring people back. I'm already planning my trip to Nepal next year.
Green GiantSmall as this tree might be, it is the only one around for miles. To be able to survive in the harsh climate of Scottish Highlands, this is actually a green giant.
Sierra TwilightI always enjoy the twilight moment in Sierra Nevada, when the winds die down and the last glow of sunlight grazes the tip of mountain tops. ⛰️⛰️⛰️
Follow me on Instagram and Facebook. Prints and more for sale at: pengshi.com A paraglider flying high above Chamonix, enjoying a view of the surrounding Mont Blanc Massif and glaciers.
Layers of SunsetWatching the shadow creep up the White Mountain in California.
Aoraki DramaStorms rolling in over the mountains of Aoraki National Park created a dramatic show of clouds and lights.
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