Archives for the month of: May, 2012

It would be a mistake to underestimate the state of Montana in any way. Known as The Treasure State (for Gold & Silver mining) or Big Sky Country (it’s also the 4th largest state), this great place has one theme: abundance. Does it mean everyone there is rich? Not necessarily, but that depends on how you define rich. Buy Prints Here.

Aloha! And welcome to Hawaii, a place where problems seem to fade away through the lens of beautiful beaches and tropical sunsets. Maybe that’s because Hawaii is, for Americans, a place where they can experience an exotic culture without the hassle of leaving home. After all, Hawaii means homeland. Either way, as the last state to join the union, Hawaii is truly a cherry on top of the American Sundae. Buy a Poster.

Welcome to Mississippi. It’s a place where warmth and hospitality strive to overcome an image of bitterness and poverty. Despite being the poorest state in the nation, there’s hope and beauty everywhere. No wonder they call it The Magnolia State. Buy Prints Here.

Iowa is a simple place, but an honest place. It’s not just a bunch of flat-land farmers. Iowa has french roots, and is actually one of the most forward-thinking, intellectual states in the nation. Buy Prints Here.

Like the setting of a fairytale or the subject of a lullaby, Vermont sits nestled just south of Quebec in the Green Mountains, and was once part of New France (Vert-Green, Mont-Mountain). As the second least populous state and the fifth smallest, Vermont lays low and draws on the soul, daring it to connect with nature. Buy Prints Here.

You may know Utah, but I bet you don’t know the whole story. It’s not just the most religiously homogeneous state in the country; it’s also the fastest growing. Some say it’s a state of tight-neck, khaki-wearing buzz-kills, but the truth is Utah thrives on adventure, with its diverse terrain, and ever-changing population. They’re just too modest to show it. Buy Prints Here.

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