A young photographer has travelled the world far and wide to capture sole humans in nature's vast and engulfing landscapes.
Andrew Studer, 20, from Portland, Oregon, is aiming to demonstrate the earth's prowess, and what 'small fish in a big, big pond' we are.
He has voyaged around America to capture caves in Utah, waterfalls in Washington and the Milky Way in Oregon. The talented snapper has also chased the Northern Lights in Iceland, surveyed the lakes in Canada and immersed himself in the beaches of Hawaii.
His resulting photos are certainly enough to shine a torch on how small we really are.
A surprise visit from the Northern Lights over the Enchantments in Washington.
Pictured (left) marvelling at the view in SkÛgafoss, Iceland, and (right) stargazing near Mount Hood Stratovolcan in Oregon.
Two people enjoy a misty walk in Oregon, Mr Studer's hometown, where many of his breathtaking photographs are taken.
A spontaneous backpacking trip (left) led Mr Studer and a friend up the Tatoosh mountain range in Washington and (right) a starlit night in the Trona Pinnacles, California.
Mr Struder hopes to demonstrate the earth's prowess, as seen here in Iceland.
Pictured (left) a morning hike upriver in Zion National Park, southwest Utah, and (right) Mr Studer himself shooting in Iceland.
A storm passes over Vestrahorn in Iceland under the midnight sun.