So, what lies at the end of a moonbow? Well, you’ll have to head out to Cumberland Falls in southern Kentucky to find out. It’s one of only two places where a predictable moonbow exists.
Every time I visit Joshua Tree National Park, I come away with a rejuvenated appreciation for the grandeur of the California desert.
There’s no shortage of amazing tourist destinations in San Francisco, and unfortunately, there’s an overabundance of crime at these locations now.
You’ve definitely got to visit Monument Valley on the Utah/Arizona border; it’s an iconic American destination.
On my holiday trip back home to Boston, I had to take this photo of the Back Bay skyline in Boston. I didn’t have my Nikon with me, but amazingly, the iPhone XS camera did a pretty solid job of capturing the view.
I’ve got about 500-600 stars in my Google Maps, the majority of which are concentrated in Nevada, Arizona and Utah. Which means you can sometimes forget about California.
Las Vegas is amazing 24 hours a day, but it’s a little more special at night.
Lake Elsinor became Instagram Influencer Ground Zero in March of 2019 when an unusual “superbloom” transformed Walker Canyon’s poppy field into an electric rainbow of wildflowers.
Sometimes, opportunities pop up that have a legitimately limited shelf-life, or are truly rare. So you either have to act now or miss out.