Coming Soon! An Idaho Guidebook

Imagine Idaho…a land of geological wonders…towering peaks, sagebrush deserts, evergreen forests, pristine rivers, lava flows, deep canyons, rolling farmlands, idyllic waterfalls and beautiful lakes….just a few of the iconic images professional photographer Linda Lantzy and award-winning semi-professional Shari Hart have photographed across the Gem State.

Through their thousands of combined hours of exploring and photographing the state of Idaho, Linda and Shari are sharing their knowledge of how to find Idaho’s most photographic scenes in their new guidebook, “Discovering Idaho-Off the Beaten Path.”


If you know where to look, many of these wonderful photographic opportunities can be found just by getting off the interstate. Some locations, however, are far less obvious. As seasoned back-roads artistic photographers, their experiences have led them to hundreds of photographic gems waiting to be discovered.


Among these are old barns, abandoned antique vehicles, and pioneer cabins, along with many other unforgettable locations.

From Route 1 – Bonners Ferry and the Selkirk and Purcell Mountains

“Discovering Idaho-Off the Beaten Path” will provide detailed directions to places you may never have imagined. Complete with maps and visual references, photographic tips and top-notch photography, this outstanding guide is the perfect traveling companion for photographers, sightseers and other like-minded Idaho lovers.

From Route 11 – The Lochsa, Selway and Bitterroot Mountains

To get this beautiful guide going, they are seeking up-front funding to offset a portion of the printing costs. Please visit our GoFundMe campaign and make a donation in exchange for a great reward.

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