THE PHOTOGRAPHER TRAVELED ALL OVER NORTH AMERICA AND TOOK THESE STUNNING SHOTS

Cypress Tunnel, California.
The cypress tunnel is a famous place located an hour drive from San Francisco. It looks so magnificent at the sunrise on a clear day


Athabasca Falls, Canada.
"I did not dare to stand on the rock, but fortunately, this girl agreed to pose for me."


Emerald Lake, Canada.
"When I visited Emerald Lake site, I realized that I wished to live in this amazing house."


Peyto Lake, Canada.
"This was one of the coldest nights of my trip. But when I woke up, I found myself in this winter wonderland. "


Antelope Canyon, Arizona.
Everyone knows this place by the National Geographic cover images


Courthouse Mount, Colorado.
"This was one of the most difficult campaigns, but the view and the landscape are so unique that I could hardly something alike before"


Glacier Point, California.
"I took this picture during the full moon and was amazed by the scenery."


Horseshoe, Arizona.
"I was caught by a storm during a visit to the famous Horseshoe, but still I managed to capture it."


Bow, Canada.
"You will find this amazing railroad alongside the river Bow next to Louise Lake."


Athabasca Glacier, Canada.
"I found a real ice cave during the trip. You can hardly imagine what kind of blue ice it is. "


Sneeffels Mount, Colorado.
"I camped at the foot of this mountain for three days, waiting for this sunrise, and made friends who turned out to be skilled local hunters who called me to go hunting every night."