Majestic Landscapes Photography

About Majestic Landscapes Photography

Kevin Brisolara at Ponytail FallsMajestic Landscapes Photography is the photography of Kevin Brisolara, based in Eugene, Oregon. His passion, enthusiasm and love for the natural world has shaped his life with a career in landscape photography. His dedication and desire to photograph landscapes is evident in his majestic, colorful, vibrant and detailed photographs. These beautiful works of art require him to go to great lengths to get the best shot. Sometimes that means hiking in the back country for miles in all types of weather, in order to be on location before the sun is up and remaining there after the sun has set. 

Most of his photography has been within the Pacific Northwest. Many of these Majestic Landscapes can be viewed in the galleries on this website. You will find many iconic subjects from the Pacific Northwest in the galleries, from Washingtons 14,410 ft. Mount Rainier, Majestic Mount Hood, which rises over 11,000 ft. in Northern Oregon and the Three Sisters Mountains (North, Middle, South) in the Cascade Mountain Range from Central Oregon.

Throughout history, Oregon has had its share of volcanic activity. You can see the aftermath of a stratovolcano eruption, Mount Mazama, approximately 5700 B.C. in Southern Oregon at Crater Lake National Park on this website in the Crater Lake Galleries.

There are hundreds of waterfalls to view in the galleries, like 120 ft. Tokotee Falls, which in the native Chinook language means beautiful, in the Umpqua National Forest. Drift Creek Falls and its suspension bridge from the Siuslaw National Forest. A 135 ft. plunge,Triple Falls, is a five star waterfall in the Columbia River Gorge. The most impressive waterfall, which also happens to be within the Columbia River Gorge, plunges 620 ft. and is called Multnomah Falls.

The Oregon Coast has many outstanding vistas along its 363 miles, including Cape Blanco State Park and its Lighthouse. Oregon has nine lighthouses along its coast, which remind us of the mariners who used the powerful beams of light for navigating the rocky coastline. Heceta Head Lighthouse seems to be the most popular of the nine, probably because it sits just north of Florence, Oregon on the central coast. Many lighthouses offer guided tours, allow self tours on your timetable.

For more information on some of these beautiful locations and our favorites, visit our LINKS page.