A few of my favorite photos from a weekend trip to Inle Lake, Myanmar, a place famous for local craft workshops, Buddhist temples and fishermen who row boats with one leg.
Most travel stories about Myanmar either begin or end at the same place: the ancient temples of Bagan. Located several hours from the old British capital of Mandalay, Bagan claims over 2,500 ancient temples across its landscape. Tourists abound. But since the country as a whole is still a novelty in the travel world, it's not hard to escape the masses and explore some of the smaller pagodas on your own. Here are a few of my favorite shots from a weekend trip to explore the famous temples. From the sunset views across the valley to statues laden in gold, it's a hard place to forget.
The Nature Conservancy, a major nonprofit working on conservation and environmental issues, featured one of my shots from Horseshoe Bend, Arizona as part of its latest campaign on the importance of rivers. Check out their Instagram feed or the screenshots below to see the post. Special thanks to Tandem Stills + Motion for representing this work.
There's nothing quite like seeing digital photos in print. Outside Magazine's April edition featured one of my favorite drone images from southern Colorado as part of a feature on hiking and search and rescue in the national forest. Check out the full story online at the link below plus tearsheets from the hard copy of the magazine: