• Yellowstone Raven

    A beautiful raven showing off in Yellowstone's Hayden Valley. Some Native American tribes believe that ravens symbolize danger has passed and that good luck would follow.

  • Buffalo Duet

    A couple of buffalo graze in Yellowstone's Hayden Valley.

  • Powder

    Powder day on Peak 8 in Breckenridge, Colorado.

  • Dingle and The Sea

    At the most westerly point of mainland Ireland, the Coumeenoole townlands of the spectacular Dingle Peninsula overlook the North Atlantic Ocean.

  • Mt. Moran Wall of Color

    A colorful wall of fall foliage reflects in the Snake River with Mt. Moran towering in the background.

  • Lady Horns

    Two bighorn ewes affectionately lock horns in Zion National Park.

  • Sneaky Moose

    A bull moose glances above the marsh at Moose Pond in Grand Tetons National Park.

  • Birchwood Farmstead

    Beyond the red timber bridge that stretches over the River Coe in the Scottish Highlands, the old farmstead of Ach'nam Beithach (the Field of Birchwood) sits at the northwest base of Aonach Dubh (Black Ridge) as a waterfall-teemed stream tumbles down then alongside grazing sheep. © Benjamin Padgett, PhotoRaconteur.com

  • Elk Forest

    A majestic bull elk strolls through the forest along the Madison River in Yellowstone National Park.

  • On a Mission

    A focused coyote trots through the snow in Yellowstone's northern range near Tower Junction.

  • Buffalo Creek

    A lone buffalo drinks from Soda Butte Creek in Yellowstone's Lamar Valley

  • Moose Pond Autumn

    Glass-like reflection of fall foliage at Moose Pond in Grand Tetons National Park.

  • Buffalo Eyes

    A stunning American Bison peers into the camera in Utah, east of Zion National Park.

  • Buffalo Stance

    A mighty American Bison strikes a signature pose in Utah, east of Zion National Park.

  • Hubbard Four Hundred

    Located near Yakutat, Alaska, the Hubbard Glacier regularly calves 400-year old ice from its 400-feet tall face.

  • Multnomah Falls

    The tallest waterfall in Oregon is formed as Multnomah Creek drops 620 feet in two stages within the Columbia River Gorge. The Benson Footbridge spanning the lower falls was built in 1915.


PhotoRaconteur: one who shares stories through the visual composition of photographs, each worth a unique set of one thousand words.

Born and raised in North Carolina, Las Vegas-based photographer Benjamin Padgett captures classic & modern architecture, majestic landscapes and beautiful cityscapes, along with other inspiring visuals found from Hawaii to Ireland and beyond.
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