December 26th, 2017 by Adrian Klein

As we do most years the Photo Cascadia Team will take a few week break from the blog for the holidays and downtime. We will be posting again in mid-January. In the meantime we put together a short slideshow with some of our personal favorites from the year along with behind the scenes shots of our adventures.

Our most sincere thank you to all of our viewers, clients, friends and family. We are only able to continue to do what we do as a team because of all of you. If we didn’t have viewers we would be creating site content only for ourselves which isn’t even close to as exciting as creating it for all of you. If we didn’t have clients none of us would have a business. If we didn’t have friends we would be missing the elements of fun, collaboration and sense of community. If we didn’t have family and the support from them it would make what we do less rewarding and no one to share our sucessess with. There is much to be thankful as another year draws to a close.

There is the quote “once a year go someplace you’ve never been before”- Dalai Lama. In an age where nature photography has changed significantly the last 5 years we can all benefit from trying to get off the beaten path now and then. By this I mean it both figuratively and literally. Figuratively to look for new and different images in well known areas and literally looking to visit the roads and trails less traveled. With this in mind may the new year bring all that you look forward to and more with and without a camera in hand.

Happy Holidays!


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  • A wonderful collection guys! Congrats on another very successful year and all the best in 2018.

    • Thanks Russ! I hope you have a fabulous 2018 too, and I look forward to seeing more of your images.

  • Gale Rainwater

    Great stuff! Thanks

  • Super collection…. I have been away from landscape work for a year, and this makes me want to get back into it

    • Rajiv, I appreciate the comment. Thanks for the kind words and hope you find time to get back into it!

  • I also must say that I absolutely love the Photo Cascadia Blog