@nathanielwise

nathaniel wise @nathanielwise

slowly exploring this beautiful planet life on the road. currently- seattle nathanielwisephoto@gmail.com

http://nathanielwise.co/prints

Dreaming of a Cascadian Summer
@nathanielwise

Dreaming of a Cascadian Summer

Spring, 2018, deep in the forests of Oregon. Thanks again to everyone who bought a print, y’all are the best. Still a few hours left, if interested. Check my story highlight for 20% off 🌊
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Spring, 2018, deep in the forests of Oregon. Thanks again to everyone who bought a print, y’all are the best. Still a few hours left, if interested. Check my story highlight for 20% off 🌊

Today’s the last day of my print sale, ends tonight at midnight, pacific time. So much gratitude for you all, will be sending all of the orders off tomorrow morning. Here’s some more of what’s available, a few of my favorite scenes from the mountains to the coast. I’m back in the northwest a little sooner than expected, for now.. but it’s nice to be here. Plus, it’s supposed to be 70 degrees tomorrow ☀️ If interested in prints, check the link in my bio and use code “almondbutter” for 20% off 🌊🏔
@nathanielwise

Today’s the last day of my print sale, ends tonight at midnight, pacific time. So much gratitude for you all, will be sending all of the orders off tomorrow morning. Here’s some more of what’s available, a few of my favorite scenes from the mountains to the coast. I’m back in the northwest a little sooner than expected, for now.. but it’s nice to be here. Plus, it’s supposed to be 70 degrees tomorrow ☀️ If interested in prints, check the link in my bio and use code “almondbutter” for 20% off 🌊🏔

Forests of gold in the Cascade Range, Autumn, 2017. Wanted to say a massive thanks to everyone who has bought a print. It’s the most fulfilling feeling, as an artist, and seriously inspires me/makes me feel like I’m on the right path. So much appreciation for you all, thank you 🙏🏻 Print Sale ends tomorrow night, use code “almondbutter” for 20% off 🥜
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Forests of gold in the Cascade Range, Autumn, 2017. Wanted to say a massive thanks to everyone who has bought a print. It’s the most fulfilling feeling, as an artist, and seriously inspires me/makes me feel like I’m on the right path. So much appreciation for you all, thank you 🙏🏻 Print Sale ends tomorrow night, use code “almondbutter” for 20% off 🥜

Mount Rainier National Park, undoubtedly one of my favorite places. Had a lot of good memories here since I moved out west. As I drove down the freeway this morning, I kept glancing over at it. Always a beautiful thing to see, from whatever angle. If you live around here, you probably know the saying “the mountain is out”. And that usually means it’s going to be a good day. Added this one to the print shop, after about a year of thinking about it. Check my story highlight for 20% off, sale ends Sunday 🗻
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Mount Rainier National Park, undoubtedly one of my favorite places. Had a lot of good memories here since I moved out west. As I drove down the freeway this morning, I kept glancing over at it. Always a beautiful thing to see, from whatever angle. If you live around here, you probably know the saying “the mountain is out”. And that usually means it’s going to be a good day. Added this one to the print shop, after about a year of thinking about it. Check my story highlight for 20% off, sale ends Sunday 🗻

Some of my favorite moments on the coast of California. I had heard a lot of hype about Big Sur before visiting. What I learned is, despite everything I was told, nothing could have prepared me for the pure beauty that exists there. It has stuck with me through my travels, and I think of the area constantly. Every day, really. Even as I sleep, sometimes. It’s the most special place. Anyways, hope you all don’t mind me reposting these photos, lately. I figured it’d be nice to show them off for my print sale 🙂 If you’re interested, check my story highlight for 20% off. Ends Sunday 🌊
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Some of my favorite moments on the coast of California. I had heard a lot of hype about Big Sur before visiting. What I learned is, despite everything I was told, nothing could have prepared me for the pure beauty that exists there. It has stuck with me through my travels, and I think of the area constantly. Every day, really. Even as I sleep, sometimes. It’s the most special place. Anyways, hope you all don’t mind me reposting these photos, lately. I figured it’d be nice to show them off for my print sale 🙂 If you’re interested, check my story highlight for 20% off. Ends Sunday 🌊

Been going through old photos this week, adding to the print shop. Really nice reminiscing on these memories, haven’t scrolled far back in the catalog since I left Washington in November. This one, in particular, left me feeling a bit chilly. 4 AM wake up, a small cup of coffee split between @elliothawkey and myself (that we made in his Suburban), no breakfast and a really difficult slog.. on snowshoes, up a trail that hadn’t seen a human over the last week of snowfall. With temps dipping in the negatives and high winds at the top- it was by no means an easy morning. But I look back on it fondly. Thankful for everything I’ve experienced, so far. It’s nice to have these little visual reminders. Just added this one to the shop, check my story highlight for 20% off ⛄️
@nathanielwise

Been going through old photos this week, adding to the print shop. Really nice reminiscing on these memories, haven’t scrolled far back in the catalog since I left Washington in November. This one, in particular, left me feeling a bit chilly. 4 AM wake up, a small cup of coffee split between @elliothawkey and myself (that we made in his Suburban), no breakfast and a really difficult slog.. on snowshoes, up a trail that hadn’t seen a human over the last week of snowfall. With temps dipping in the negatives and high winds at the top- it was by no means an easy morning. But I look back on it fondly. Thankful for everything I’ve experienced, so far. It’s nice to have these little visual reminders. Just added this one to the shop, check my story highlight for 20% off ⛄️

Summer, 2017. One of the most transformative seasons of my life. The summer I fell in love with backpacking. The summer I realized that outdoor photography was a feasible pursuit. Will always remember these trips, learning the ins and outs of it all. Huffing and puffing, swatting mosquitoes and cooking my macaroni and cheese in the most beautiful of places. Good times. Been meaning to add this one as a print for quite a while now, finally got around to it today. Print sale ends Sunday, check my story highlight for details 🏔🙏🏻
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Summer, 2017. One of the most transformative seasons of my life. The summer I fell in love with backpacking. The summer I realized that outdoor photography was a feasible pursuit. Will always remember these trips, learning the ins and outs of it all. Huffing and puffing, swatting mosquitoes and cooking my macaroni and cheese in the most beautiful of places. Good times. Been meaning to add this one as a print for quite a while now, finally got around to it today. Print sale ends Sunday, check my story highlight for details 🏔🙏🏻

Hey y’all, I’m having a print sale. Starts today, ends Sunday night. I’m back in Washington for the time being. Currently staring at the Cascades, daydreaming of the morning I took these photos. One of the most beautiful trips of my life, no doubt. All of these are available as prints, along with photos from California and the Southwest. Use code “almondbutter” at checkout for 20% off. If you’re unaware, I have developed an addiction to the stuff. But it’s expensive. So if you want to fund my healthy, nutritious road-life diet, check the link in my bio 🥜 Ha. Thanks a million for the continued support, you’re the best 🏆
@nathanielwise

Hey y’all, I’m having a print sale. Starts today, ends Sunday night. I’m back in Washington for the time being. Currently staring at the Cascades, daydreaming of the morning I took these photos. One of the most beautiful trips of my life, no doubt. All of these are available as prints, along with photos from California and the Southwest. Use code “almondbutter” at checkout for 20% off. If you’re unaware, I have developed an addiction to the stuff. But it’s expensive. So if you want to fund my healthy, nutritious road-life diet, check the link in my bio 🥜 Ha. Thanks a million for the continued support, you’re the best 🏆

Always such a treat to see these magical creatures. Woke up in Utah yesterday. Woke up in Washington today. Life moves fast sometimes. But, this particular moment.. this one will move slowly, in my dreams. I live for these instances, and I’m thankful for them.
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Always such a treat to see these magical creatures. Woke up in Utah yesterday. Woke up in Washington today. Life moves fast sometimes. But, this particular moment.. this one will move slowly, in my dreams. I live for these instances, and I’m thankful for them.

October Skies. Reminiscing on summer backpacking trips today. Been driving for about six hours, taking a break for a bit. Travel days are quite enjoyable, ever since I discovered audio books. An opportunity to learn and grow, in a time where I previously wouldn’t. A small change, on paper, but a huge one in the grand scheme of things
@nathanielwise

October Skies. Reminiscing on summer backpacking trips today. Been driving for about six hours, taking a break for a bit. Travel days are quite enjoyable, ever since I discovered audio books. An opportunity to learn and grow, in a time where I previously wouldn’t. A small change, on paper, but a huge one in the grand scheme of things

Said goodbye to Moab this morning. Feeling the call of the coast. I’ve always felt strange being landlocked for an extended period of time. Perhaps it’s because I grew up on the ocean. Regardless, I’m headed west. Maybe I’ll make a pit stop or two, along the way, maybe not. Who knows.. such is the beauty of life, on the road.
@nathanielwise

Said goodbye to Moab this morning. Feeling the call of the coast. I’ve always felt strange being landlocked for an extended period of time. Perhaps it’s because I grew up on the ocean. Regardless, I’m headed west. Maybe I’ll make a pit stop or two, along the way, maybe not. Who knows.. such is the beauty of life, on the road.

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