jeff lewis, landscape artist
British Columbia, 2016
Northern Norway, 2017
Yosemite, California, 2018
Reine, Norway (2017).
Yosemite, California, 2016
Fanning the Flames
Ride the Lightning
A once-in-a-lifetime event captured from a trailless pass high in the Kings Canyon backcountry.
An Eastern Sierra winter creation. California, 2017.
A sunrise among some of the most impressive peaks of Kings Canyon National Park, with a field of fireweed in full bloom and a lake far below.
Gates of the Arctic
Yosemite, California, 2014
A Deep Breath
A dusting of snow covers Yosemite Valley during an early-season storm. This is a panoramic image encompassing approximately 180-degree field of view.
Heart of Gold
For the Faint of Heart
Ode to the Piopio
A nod to the South Island piopio, a native bird from which the fjord draws its Maori name, Piopiotahi. The piopio is now extinct, an unintended consequence of human activities.
New Zealand, 2016
Banff, Alberta, 2014
Thou Shalt Not Pass
Yosemite, California, 2015
One of the most remote mountain ridges in the continental U.S. glows at dawn.
A Midwinter Night's Dream
Winter, Yosemite, California
Yosemite, California, snow, 2016
A portrait of Olstinden, perhaps the most iconic peak in the Lofoten Islands.
Rivers of Light
For about two weeks every year, the thin ribbon of Horsetail Fall glows orange in the setting sun. Inspired by Daniel Stas (shooting alongside Zhu Hua). California, 2017.
Friends in High Places
The forever mountains of northern Norway (2017).
An extremely rare meteorological scene over the Kings Canyon backcountry, photographed from a trailless pass.
Land of Legends
Winter sunrise, Yosemite Valley
Banff National Park, Alberta
Living with Giants
Half Dome bathes in the evening's last light. From a rarely-before seen vantage point right next to the mountain's face.
An amazing sunset over towering peaks of the High Sierra's Evolution Region. Kings Canyon National Park, 2016.
The Chosen One
Fall, Banff National Park, Alberta, 2015
A winter snowstorm in Banff briefly weakens just enough to reveal massive cliffs and jagged peaks.