Photo by Jason Haven

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Two different paper types are available for your print order.  A standard professional print option on Kodak Endura Lustre paper with a fine grain pebble texture and, for those wanting a more premium print option, Giclee art prints are also available.  Giclee art prints are made with high-quality archival inks on fine art papers using a high-resolution large format 12-color inkjet printer.  

All prints ship unsigned.


Please feel free to reach out with any questions. Interested in a larger print size than those offered? Email me at, and we can discuss options.


Rainbow Bridge at Donner Summit

Sunlight from the setting sun breaks through rain clouds and shines on Rainbow bridge at the Donner Summit in California.


Donner Pass

The view from Donner Summit in California looking down through Donner Pass with Donner Lake in the background as fog lifts following a rainstorm.


Mountains at Bonneville Salt Flats

Bonneville Speedway Road leads towards the Silver Island Mountains that overlook Utah's infamous Bonneville Salt Flats.


Bonneville Salt Flats

Visitors walk on Utah's Bonneville Salt Flats as a storm looms over the Silver Island Mountains in the background.


Lake Twenty Two

Located in the Pacific Northwest, Lake Twenty Two is a glacial lake with stunning views of granite cliffs and waterfalls serving as the backdrop.


Cape Flattery

On the coast of Washington state, Cape Flattery is the most northwestern point of the contiguous United States.


Ruby Beach

Small rock islands off the coast of Ruby Beach in Olympic National Park.


McPherson Farm

During the Battle of Gettysburg, McPherson Farm was witness to intense fighting between the Pennsylvania Bucktails and the Confederate Army. The Bucktails' infamous Color Episode of the 149th PA Regiment took place during the fighting as over 800 of roughly 1300 Bucktails were killed, wounded, or missing. Days after the fighting, the farm became a hospital caring for both Union and Confederate soldiers.  Here, a hawk is perched on the ridge of the barn looking out at where The Color Episode took place.


Kinzua Bridge

Once the tallest railroad bridge in the world, the Kinzua Bridge was constructed of iron in 1882. It was later reconstructed in 1900 with steel so heavier trains could cross. As restoration work was being done on the bridge in 2003, it was struck by a tornado and partially collapsed. The bridge is now part of Kinzua Bridge State Park in Mt. Jewett, PA where visitors can walk a portion of the bridge that still stands or hike among the fallen structure in the valley below.


Penobscot Narrows Bridge

A sailboat passes under the Penobscot Narrows Bridge in Stockton Springs, ME.


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