Flowering Dogwoods on Earth Day 2016, Copyright ©2016 Richard Olsenius. Photo by Richard Olsenius
Story about the Sheila Yeates and it's rescue from Ice in the North Atlantic.  Richard Olsenius and Christine Olsenius


Experience a musical and photographic adventure across the American landscape. Travel along the Alaskan and Canadian Inside Passage, journey through the Midwest in Search of Lake Wobegon, glide down the dark Amazon beyond your familiar edge. Sail the Chesapeake, explore Puget Sound.

Richard Olsenius takes you on an odyssey from the Arctic to the deep reaches of the Amazon River through original music, photography and video that spans over 40 years and includes much of his work from National Geographic Magazine. Richard Olsenius has been shooting film and video and composing music inspired by the American Landscape since 1975. His landscape photography and documentary work has been published in newspapers, magazines and international organizations around the world. His assignments span from the Arctic to South America, and from Europe to SE Asia. But the heart of his work features the people and places of the American Landscape.

All rights reserved and copyright ©2016 Richard Olsenius and AmericanLandscapeGallery.com

Landscape Photography, Video & Music by Richard Olsenius

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Flowering Dogwood and Rhododendron Earth Day 2016

2013 Richard Olsenius, Inuit hunter In Northwest Passage.
Richard Olsenius music on itunes
Photography by National Geographic photographer Richard Olseniushttps://itunes.apple.com/us/album/inside-passage-american-landscapes/id608947978

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Chesapeake Visions Video by Richard Olsenius

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CHESAPEAKE VISIONS VIDEOhttp://www.sheilayeates.com/

A long-form web story by Richard & Christine Olsenius that begins in the Great Lakes and ends with the miraculous rescue of the Sheila Yeates and it’s crew in the North Atlantic.

Midway along the vast Atlantic coastline lies a large estuary where freshwater from a hundred streams blends with saltwater from the ocean. It is called the Chesapeake Bay - an Algonquin term for “land along the big river.”