It probably hasn't made your landscape photography bucket list just yet, but there's a good reason to visit Idaho. In fact, there are many good reasons, and photographer Michael Bonocore spent this spring traveling around his new home state, capturing the grandeur of the local landscapes.

Using the Visit Idaho website as his guide, Bonocore trekked all over the state and found nine 'must-see' destinations for all of the photographers out there. Especially in the spring, these spots offer "a perfect mix of still snow-capped mountain peaks, vibrant wildflowers and warming temperatures."

From Sun Valley, to the town of Stanley (population 62), to Redfish Lake and beyond, he put his findings and some stunning photographs together into a photo essay, which you can read over on Resource Travel. And if you want a taste before you jet off, check out the slideshow above.