Throughout my nearly 11 months writing with Jetset Times, I have written of rivers and redwoods, recounted the charm of craggy cliffs and cascading cataracts and soliloquized about snow-dusted summits soaring above verdant valleys.
ECO & ETHICAL TRAVEL
The water is mesmerizing – a dreamy aquamarine hue accented by swirling whitecaps and framed by the golden tan cliffs of Channel Islands National Park, a wild, lonely place along the Pacific coast of southern California.
The giant slab of rock, a huge, grayish stone with rippling irregularities all up and down its face, soars high in the air, looking like a massive tree stump with a missing trunk and branches.
Georgia’s development has earned the state recognition in multiple industries – film, art, and food, to name a few – but its natural features don’t get enough recognition.
In the early hours of a cold spring morning, dark fog descends on Olympic National Park and shrouds western Washington’s soaring peaks in a smothering layer of gray.