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National Geographic "Photo of the Day" - Max Kuszaj

National Geographic "Photo of the Day" - Max Kuszaj
May 25, 2012 - 

Even though the winter has come to a close here in Utah, and the summer sports of BASE jumping, Mountain Biking, and Skydiving have kicked in full force, the tales of the documents winter months continue to surface and present themselves. Recently, National Geographic has taken a liking to the work photographer, Erik Seo, and myself have done together and have been featuring our images on their website as the "Photo of the Day." The features are a great honor, and the views and traffic the images have been receiving have been quite overwhelming. Looks...

Alta, Utah: Last Storm Cycle - Max Kuszaj

Alta, Utah: Last Storm Cycle - Max Kuszaj
April 18, 2012 - 

The last storm cycle here in Utah came in just right and delivered a cycle of snow that plastered Alta Ski Resort with the stereotyped "Utah Champagne Powder" that we have all been lacking this whole season. I was able to meet up with a handful of photographers to capture some images documenting the epic snow once the skies went blue right after the storm. Follow the link below to the photos Liam Doran of "On the Snow" took of Kyle Sul, Dex Mills, and myself. It's hard to believe that the winter season is rapidly...

 
 
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