Mission: To create the most beautiful, expansive, and cohesive body of color photography documenting California’s natural world.
To create the most beautiful, expansive, and cohesive body of color photography documenting California’s natural world.
Be Kind to These, the Last of the Tallest Trees
California’s ancient redwoods are slowly succumbing to millions of tourists. Can these trees, already nearly eradicated by humans eager to turn their skeletons into timber, survive their newfound fame?
Ancient forests, rocky coastlines, painted deserts, imposing mountains, rushing rivers, starry skies, fiery sunsets, and sandy beaches — this is Kingdom California.
Nestled at the bottom of one of the deepest and steepest valleys in the world, the gnarly, weathered boulders that form the Alabama Hills lay stacked and scattered beneath the jagged Sierra Crest.
Ansel Adams Wilderness
Ansel Adams Wilderness is home to one of the most scenic sections of the John Muir and Pacific Coast Trails and some of the most beautiful and cherished high country in California.
Hiding in the mountains around Lake Tahoe, Desolation Wilderness is an alpine landscape scoured by ancient glaciers and punished over and over by heavy winds and snow.
Just north of Yosemite National Park, Emigrant Wilderness is a high country defined by granite walls, domes, ridges, peaks and the meadows, creeks, and lakes that lay in their shadows.
Humboldt Redwoods State Park
Arguably the Mecca of the great coastal redwood forest, Humboldt Redwoods State Park is where you'll find the majority of the world's tallest trees.
Montgomery Woods State Natural Reserve
Lying farther inland than most redwood parks, Montgomery Woods State Natural Reserve is tucked into the heart of Mendocino County’s coast range.
Red Rock Canyon State Park
Red Rock Canyon State Park is an extraterrestrial landscape of steep canyons and painted rock formations — a place that attracts rock hounds, artists and adventurers alike.
Sinkyone Wilderness State Park
What's Sinkyone Wilderness State Park Like? Think Big Sur, but without the people or roads or anything, really. This is one of the most remote sections of coastline in America.