10 Beautiful Landscape Photos From Chip Phillips

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Chip Phillips is a photographer based out of Spokane, Washington. He began his journey with photography in 2006 when his father gave him his Pentax Spotmatic film SLR camera. Soon after that, Chip made the transition to digital. Given his love of the outdoors, his natural choice of expertise became landscape photography. Chip’s photos have been published in various magazines, including Popular Photography and Imaging, Digital Photography, and Digital Photo Magazine. Chip is also a member of photocascadia, a group consisting of some of the top landscape photographers in the Pacific Northwest.

To see more of Chip’s work, check out his website.

Up the Canyon Rainbow

Up the Canyon Rainbow

Haystack Rock and Cape Kiwanda Sunset

Haystack Rock and Cape Kiwanda Sunset

Cottonwood Rows Palouse

Cottonwood Rows Palouse

Reflection Lakes Fall Vertical

Reflection Lakes Fall Vertical

Foggy Sunrise Palouse

Foggy Sunrise Palouse

Vertical Wizards Hat, Bandon Oregon

Vertical Wizards Hat, Bandon Oregon

Barn and Rainbow, Palouse

Barn and Rainbow, Palouse

Point of the Arches

Point of the Arches

Mackerel Sky, Trillium Lake

Mackerel Sky, Trillium Lake

Abraham Lake Winterscape

Abraham Lake Winterscape

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  1. David Johnston

    These are incredible!!! Truly wonderful work.

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  2. Kuya O

    Incredibly beautiful!

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  3. Pratyush pandya

    (jaw drop).., incredible..!

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  4. Alex

    What lens was used

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  5. Black Pearl

    So amazing :))

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