I had an amazing time at Great Sand Dunes National Park. I had to drive quite a lot to get here, but it's one of those few locations on my list of "places I must go back". A breathtaking landscape.
I almost didn't make it to this location. I'm very glad I did, because I made some of my favorite images ever that morning in White Sands National Monument, New Mexico.
I love making these silent videos. Sometimes, there's nothing to say.
Camera and Lens: Sony A7ii, Sony 16-35mm f/4
Settings: 16mm, ISO 100, f/5.0, 1/80sec
Mt Rainier National Park is one of those places that you have to see in person to believe they are real.
The star of the park is, obviously, Mt Rainier. But every corner looks like a fairy tale.
Camera and Lens: Sony A7II, 28-70mm f/3.5-5.6 kit lens
Settings: 28mm, ISO 400, 1/40sec, f/4.5 (handheld)
Rain -a lot of rain- welcomed us on the first day of our first visit to the North Cascades National Park. This was one of the many images I made in this beautiful place during 4 amazing days.
Breathtaking sunrises and sunsets, hikes to the top of the world, lakes straight out of a fairy tale and, of course, the stunning landscapes covered by thousands of golden larch trees.
Camera and Lens: Sony A7II, Sony 28-70 f/3.5-5.6 kit lens
Settings: ISO 640, 41mm, f/5.6, 1/60th
The first day we arrived, Yosemite welcomed us with a rainy and foggy day.
Our time in the park was very eventful: that same night, I woke up at 4am to get ready to shoot sunrise. I found ourselves in the middle of a snowstorm, with a foot of snow around us, and a flat (very flat) tire.
I still made it for sunrise, using the spare tire. We had to spend a day looking for a place to fix the flat, but as soon as the car was 100% again, we went back to Yosemite.