A little cool-weather morning steam atop the Saint Mary River in Glacier National Park
Hey folks! School is out and summer is on! If you are planning a national park trip for some amazing scenery, fresh air and a little photography (of course), then click on the photo above to be taken to the article in the National Parks Traveler listing the 10 parks with the heaviest traffic jams. You’ll read what to expect and solutions to your traffic jam headaches.
Before getting down to the business of spending the day packing up more of my apartment, posting items for sale on eBay, and staying ahead of the game by writing more future photo articles for the National Parks Traveler, I thought I’d post this photo with a link (click the pic) to a great story in today’s edition of the Traveler about playing it safe when visiting a national park. This article can be applied to really any wild place you happen to visit, be it a national park, national monument, state park, or just some wild place you spot while driving along that you want to explore more while capturing some cool pictures. And no, the safety tips are not just about bears. They range the gamut and it’s worth a read.
Happy New Year! The National Parks Traveler published my first article of the New Year regarding photography in our national parks. This first article deals with my five favorite images captured in 2017.
To read more, click on the photo to be taken to the article.
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Sunrise over the glassine water of Swiftcurrent Lake in the Many Glacier area of Glacier National Park, Montana
I check the National Parks Traveler every day to see what new articles have been published. One of the articles this morning deals with what other well-known authors, journalists, filmmakers, and other national park-related entities have to say about this non-profit, editorially-independent website.
I know, it sounds almost like overkill, doesn’t it: 3 posts in a single May morning about the National Parks Traveler. Well, I’m proud of this site and my photographic and journalistic contributions to this site and want to share that other well-knowns have the same opinion.
Click on the photo to be taken to the article.
Sunrise and moonset over Heaven’s Peak in Glacier National Park, Montana
Every year, the National Parks Traveler publishes four seasonal guides to the national parks. One of my images is featured on the cover of the summer 2017 Essential Guide, and I have a photo spread and feature story about spending 3 days in Glacier National Park. Click on the photo to be taken to the article.
On a side note, I will be traveling back to Glacier NP this September, along with my Canons and a brand new medium format camera, the Pentax 645z. I plan on sharing the resulting photos as well as my thoughts about the Pentax and using medium format for landscape photography.
Sunrise over Swiftcurrent Lake in the Many Glacier area of Glacier National Park
Not too long ago, the independent site that reports on all things National Parks-related was designated a non-profit. I wrote an article this past week on why I believe in this site and why those of you who love our national parks, monuments, seashores, historical sites should believe in The National Parks Traveler too. Click on the photo to be taken to my article.