Follow the paw prints

Welcome to Pixel's Travels, a photo journal of great places to hike. Pixel is a Plott hound and all of his friends like to hike. That's why we call it Pixel's Travels. Check out Pixel's buddies. The first photograph was posted on January 10, 2004. Pixel was born on June 21, 2003 and he's still in good health. His long excursions into the deep woods have declined. As photo gallery technology has evolved, we have found it necessary to skip around various platforms to publish our images.


Photos from Jan 2004: outrageGIS.com/pixel

More photos: flickr.com/photos

Even more photos!: 500px.com/boydland


Pixel's first photograph submission January 10, 2004

Recent Photographs

Pine bottoms

Pine bottoms  

Chimeny Top Creek valley

Chimeny Top Creek valley  

Waverly Hills sanitorium

Waverly Hills sanitorium  

Dual personalities

Dual personalities  

Sunset

Sunset  

Ona in spring

Ona in spring  

Summer fair time

Summer fair time  

The hook

The hook  

Fat man's misery

Fat man's misery  

Welcome Sign

Welcome Sign  

Whittleton Branch

Whittleton Branch  

Go Explore!

Our Favorite Hikes

Drafts of Cumberland Gap map

Map packaging artwork

We’ve been hard at work finishing our trail map for the Cumberland Gap National Historical Park and surrounding area. This project is an update of our first Gap trail map. We’re hoping to have the maps in stock by Memorial Day, 2017.

Our new map is on a larger sheet size (39...

Our Blog

Lexington Neighborhood Tree Canopy Study
Class mapping project

Web page for student maps

NRE 355, Introduction to Geospatial Applications for Land Analysis, is a class at the University of Kentucky (UK) that uses Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to study our environment. Every year NRE 355 constructs various maps centered around an ...


Our Clients' Maps

Lexington Neighborhood Tree Canopy Study
Class mapping project

Web page for student maps

NRE 355, Introduction to Geospatial Applications for Land Analysis, is a class at the University of Kentucky (UK) that uses Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to study our environment. Every year NRE 355 constructs various maps centered around an ...