Discover the beauty & hospitality of Afghanistan from an American traveler’s perspective. A photo essay of landscapes & people in the Wakhan.
Beautiful photography, personal stories, and travel tips from my adventures in Asia. Check them out to help plan your own trip!
On the remote Russian peninsula of Kamchatka, the indigenous Even people watch over large herds of reindeer like their ancestors have for hundreds of years.
In August 2016 I traveled through Afghanistan for two weeks, an American backpacking across the beautiful Pamir mountains in the Wakhan Corridor. This is how I did it.
I’m paddling away from a four foot wall of crystal blue water, rising up from the ocean and bearing down on my position. I feel the push as it catches my board, faster and faster.
The skyscraper’s 43rd floor is the most haunted of them all. Treading carefully over piles of debris, I pick my way through musty darkness praying I won’t vanish into a hole.
Giant pillars of karst limestone protrude into the sky around Railay Beach, home to some of the best rock climbing in the world. Even the monkeys love this place.
Hordes of screaming men possessed by their magic Sak Yant tattoos run wildly towards a shrine, crashing into the human shield of soldiers protecting it.
My epic trekking adventure into the beautiful Kackar Mountains in Eastern Turkey. Hiking through colorful wildflowers and snow-capped peaks.