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Chip Phillips
Award-winning landscape photographer. Images, prints, one-on-one and group workshops, and instructional videos. instagram: chipphillipsphoto
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David M Cobb Sep 18
Changes are coming to Oregon’s most popular Wilderness areas, what does that mean for you? The newest Photo Cascadia blog is here:
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Chip Phillips Sep 18
“This is, I think, the first really visible impact of climate change in our area,” Zobrist said. “And it's kind of a warning of things to come.”
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David M Cobb Aug 30
Heading to bear country soon? gives us some thoughts on bear safety. The newest Photo Cascadia blog.
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Sean Bagshaw Sep 3
Some Thoughts on Bear Safety by If you are traveling in the backcountry Chip's suggestions will help save your food, save yourself and save a bear.
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Chip Phillips Aug 23
Happy birthday, National Park Service! Great article from
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Chip Phillips Aug 16
Are you freakin’ kidding me??! Don’t feed bears, people!
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Chip Phillips Aug 7
Although I’ve seen some wingsuit videos and it looks incredible, I think this sport is a big nope from me!
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Spokane Symphony Aug 6
New image from our Principal Clarinet, !
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Chip Phillips Aug 6
Replying to @FrancisG_
Merci!
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Chip Phillips Aug 6
Here’s a brand-new image from : St. Mary Lake Rainbow. It’s been a crazy busy summer but I’m excited to get to work developing some new images!
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Chip Phillips Aug 4
Great article on an inspiring guy who we lost way too young.
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Chip Phillips Aug 3
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Patricia Davidson Jul 9
Some Thoughts on “Grit” and the Landscape Photographer by ⁦
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Chip Phillips Jun 21
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Chip Phillips Jun 16
Excited to try these campgrounds right in my backyard!
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Chip Phillips May 26
Terrifying. “Some climbers did not even know how to put on a pair of crampons, clip-on spikes that increase traction on ice, Sherpas said.”
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Chip Phillips May 28
While more people experiencing our National Parks is a good thing, we have to make sure that we don’t negatively impact these fragile ecosystems
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jack May 27
Replying to @trippypapa
more groundwater pumping would lower the aquifer levels and destroy many springs the aquifer is the sole source for Havasupai Falls and Havasu Creek that the Havasupai Tribe relies entirely on
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jack May 27
if any of my tweets ever go viral I hope it’s this one the GRAND CANYON is facing a big problem right now. there’s no national news coverage about this and some very rich people want to keep it that way
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