Whenever I go to a new place, I always make a promise to myself that I’ll only buy food that I couldn’t otherwise get back at home. It has made for some of the most special experiences of my life.
It’s one in the morning on an unusually cool June evening atop the sandstone hills in Arches National Park. I’m sitting opposite the Park’s star attraction – Delicate Arch – barely visible in the late night, only slightly illuminated by
WTM London 2019 ended last week, and I can’t help but think about what I wish I’d known before my first time at a travel conference. Because I’m such a great photographer, I didn’t take any photos of the event.
Scotland might just be my favorite place on Planet Earth. Going to Scotland was a lot of “firsts” for me: The first solo trip I ever took, the first international trip I ever took, the first time I traveled somewhere
Banff National Park (and Jasper, and Yoho, and Kootenay) is filled with incredible sights and a million things to do. From the great Louise and Moraine Lakes, icons of the park, to the beautiful mountain peaks like The Three Sisters.
Alberta, Canada is one of the most incredible places I have ever been in my entire life. There is so much to see, do, and experience in the way of culture, nature, and honestly, everything else. The crown jewel of
Traveling to a new country is always an exciting thing. The unfamiliar is something that experienced travelers always look forward to. Being able to discover a new culture, experience, or location is one of the best things about travel. But
October 29, 2016. I had owned a camera for a grand total of two months, and boy did I have some serious dreams of becoming the next big photographer. To be fair to younger, more naive me though, I still
Hi! My name is Brax, I’m a Photographer, Writer, Full-time Digital Nomad, and the owner of this website and blog! Thanks for stopping by. I grew up in Utah in the United States. It’s an absolutely gorgeous state and I