To see and purchase over 3,000 photos I’ve taken over the years, I have an entire website geared towards my travel photography at www.tabithahawk.com.
So much to see, so little time.
I’m so glad you found me. I’m Tabitha, Ohio born and raised and then moved at 19 to Nashville, TN.
I’m a solo female traveler whose soul is consumed with wanderlust. To abandon fear of the unknown and explore. Though my world travel may be small now. I am only getting warmed up. There is a big world and my camera and I hope to capture what I can.
I own a tech business. I love to travel and wanted an outlet from the stress and even growing up I was fascinated by maps, often creating future trip plans around the country so as I was able to afford to travel, my trips have exploded. Being an introvert, nature and more specifically Mountains have been therapy for the soul. I have lots of interests like storm chasing, the paranormal, astronomy, botany, pretty much if it involves the earth it is interesting to me.
Goals would be to travel full time or at least for a few years. To see what living as a nomad would be like. I could see myself living in Colorado or Oregon with the able nature opportunities nearby. For now, I do a trip roughly every 3 months from Spring to October and work the busy season at the HQ in Nashville.
Over the rivers, to the oceans, in the cities, the mountains. From everything I’ve seen, there seems to much more left to see.
Some of my favorite photos I’ve taken from my recent travels.
Extreme Corners of America, all the State Road Signs, Tristate Markers and Capital Buildings
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Extreme / Interesting Geographical Points
Take the ultimate road trip and see interesting and less known areas like the far corners and extreme points of the United States such as the southernmost, northernmost, eastern and northwesternmost points as well as the center of the United States and North America. Almost everyone knows the Keywest, FL Southernmost Buoy but most people never thought of the other points.
USA State & Canadian Provinces Road Signs
49 USA state road signs with Canadian Provinces road signs visited so far.
Off Beat & Unusual Places
Country largest whatever, lesser-known history and interesting roadside or off-the-beaten-path places that I have bragging rights that I’ve seen.
These are places that are reported to be haunted, legends or confirmed stories of mayhem, murder where ghost may haunt the living.
When most sane people go indoors, us storm chasers will drive thousands of miles in hopes of seeing a tornado or at least a good storm.
Tristate Markers & State Corners
Almost everyone is familiar with the Four Comers in the Southwest. However, there are sixty-one places where three states come together at a common point.
Photos and the location of the President Gravesites
End of the Year Reviews
21 States Visited in 2017 (none new, one less than last year) and 2 Canadian Provinces (Manitoba and Saskatchewan) traveled in 2017 and both were new to me. I'm hoping to visit Hawaii, my last state to visit, in the next year. I see Banff and Jasper in...read more
22 States Visited in 2016 The only new state in 2016 was Alaska. Alaska was a beautiful state. It is hard to get around and most places you have to fly into. Mountains covered with Taiga forest and the arctic tundra is something that was very new to see. I went to...read more
Tabitha’s Favorite Places
Beautiful places are everywhere but here are my favs.
1. Banff & Jasper National Parks
Located in Alberta, an easy drive from Calgary to Banff. You can drive the most beautiful places I have ever seen. The Icefields Parkway is truly one of the most scenic drives you can do. You can drive by numerous blue mountain lakes and even glaciers. Moraine Lake is a must see, Lake Louise is very popular. Take a boat tour on Maligne Lake to Spirit Island. Being so far north the sunsets after 10pm and rises very early in June.
2. Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Park
Geysers like Old Faithful, hot springs, beautiful waterfalls like Grand Cayong of Yellowstone and mountain scenes. My favorite place in America to go. I’ve been there 5 times. Morman row in Grand Teton gives you lots of photographic material. There are lots of wildlife to see.
3. New England in the Fall
A postcard view everywhere. Truly a must see at least once in Fall. My itineraries show more specifics but some great places are Maine with Acadia National Park and Baxter State Park. New Hampshire with the White Mountains and Mount Washington and Vermont with the Green Mountains and Jenne farm near Reading.
4. Yosemite National Park
Beautiful views, I’ve been there 3 times so far. The most memorable experience was the “Firefalls” for a few weeks in February the sun sets at the right angle off El Capitan to make horsetail falls glow like lava for a few minutes. Hundreds of photographers come for this optical illusion every year.