Some of my favourite photographs taken from around the world. While I highlight these photos, I'm happy to make prints of anything you see on the site.
Daga La trek starts in the small town of Genikha just west of the capital city of Thimphu and extends 43 kilometers to Chamgang. Lakes, waterfalls, and majestic views of the Himalayas await the curious traveller.
Layaps is the name adorned to the people of Laya in northern Bhutan. Primarily reliant on yak pastoralism these people are semi-nomadic spending much of the year above 4000 meters.
Chele La is the highest motor-able pass in Bhutan and also marks the trailhead for a fascinating ridge walk that leads through prayer flags and culminates at a sky-burial site.
Hidden in the highlands of Haa, Bhutan lies yak country. Pastureland spans across hills over 4000 meters welcoming yak and caretaker.
Dungtsho is a small lake hidden in the Himalayas of Bhutan above the famed monastery Phajoding. This area has become a hotspot for locals and foreigners to explore the outdoors.
The Canadian Rockies span 1,450 km in western Canada and are home to a number of national parks including Banff, Jasper, Koho, and Kootenay.
The Prairies of Canada are the major agricultural hub of the nation and are also known as the "Land of Living Skies". No matter the season, the skies light up.
Tshechu festivals are annual events that occur throughout Bhutan. While famous for their masked dances they also serve as community gatherings.
Found in the hills above Thimphu Valley, Phajoding Monastery is a facility being revived through local and international effort.
A tour to Zhiduo County, Yushu Prefecture with the purpose of furthering ecotourism development initiatives.
A look at some of the main and lesser known attractions of Egypt as the country deals with a tainted reputation due to civil strife.
On a recent Study Tour to Nepal I had the opportunity to explore the current state of tourism in…