Welcome to my “Mountain to Sea Photographic Journey” throughout the United States.
I am a nomadic photographer living full time in an RV photographing every part of the United States. As a child, my wonderful grandmother called me “Miss Gogo” because I always wanted to go somewhere. Many many years later, I haven’t changed a bit and my wanderlust gene has now led me to embark on a “Mountain to Sea Photographic Journey”. My journey focuses on capturing landscapes, wildlife, architecture and cityscapes from every corner of the United States. As part of this journey I also write about many of the places that I photograph in my “Road Trip Friday” blog posts. My aim is to provide a depth of nature and travel images accompanied by informative blog posts to help other photographers pursue their own travel and photographic adventures.
In keeping with my wanderlust ways, I am not content to only explore only well known destinations but am driven to find as many off the beaten path photographic subjects as possible. In fact the more I travel, the more I uncover amazing unknown photographic gems. Therefore before you embark on your next photography trip, be sure to check in for my hidden gems.
My travel motto is: “Be at the Best Places, Known and Unknown, at the Right Time with the Right Gear”.
While on the subject of unknown photo gems, if you love cool neon signs and old historic brick buildings nestled against stunning mountains, a visit to the Historic 25th Street District is in order.
For photo buyers my stock library contains an extensive collection of images with numerous images being offered as both vertical and horizontal formats and many different angles.
For photographers or travelers looking for information, technical advice, and photographic locations, as previously mentioned, check out my blog posts; Road Trip Fridays and Technical Tuesdays. My hope is that my blog posts combined with images equip my readers with the information and knowledge needed for their own successful photographic and travel explorations. So please join the “Mountain to Sea Photographic Journey” and I hope to meet you in the field one day!
The following is a small preview of images from my journey:
To learn more about me, please click: “About“