Planning a trip to a national park? See why winter is now my favorite time to go!
This was our very last chance to explore the beautiful Bryce Canyon National Park; we were hiking right up until the last minute! Read about our last adventure here.
Another week, another set of photos. Do you like these weekly recaps?
As you know, I’m moving more toward 500px over Instagram, but I’m still posting several times a week to both. I have some ideas for new content; I’m going to try to start rolling some of that out soon. Stay tuned!
This first image was from Bryce National Park. I played around a bit with the coloring on this one. It isn’t quite black and white with the red tones, and I like the feel the more sepia-like treatment lends.
From the road to the trails, Bryce Canyon is an amazing park to experience in many forms! Read our hiking story and see more pictures from this incredible place!
Everything about Bryce Canyon National Park is stunningly beautiful. Click to see this week’s “wow” photo!
Happy Monday once again!
Unsurprisingly, this was another difficult week to rank, but here goes!
This first one is from our hike on the Savage Alpine Trail in Denali National Park. It was cloudy, but it was such a beautiful experience in that remarkable park. Next time, we’ll have to stay long enough for the clouds to clear so we can see the grand mountain in person!
After the sun rises, the trail calls, and I can’t easily resist its beckoning. Read about our exploratory morning in Bryce Canyon here!
Another week, another seven photos! How are you folks liking the new style? I’ve been trying it out for a while now, and though I like the new consistency it lends to my feed, I’m not always pleased with the muted colors. I have some more ideas that I’d like to try with my Instagram, so I might be rolling some of those out soon. I welcome your thoughts below!
This first picture was from a sunrise attempt in Tokyo. Honestly, while we were vacationing there, we didn’t give much thought to planning an official shoot. We merely walked across this bridge the night before, saw the cool tunnel effect the buildings lent, and noticed it also happened to face east. We just got up the next morning and hoped for the best.
As is often the case, the sun wasn’t in the right position to shine down this canal, and it was a bit cloudy anyway. However, I did appreciate the flock of seagulls that all took off from the water, giving me a more interesting subject to this otherwise mediocre scene.
Bryce Canyon’s Sunrise Point is a great vantage from which to shoot the valley below. Click to see my latest “wow” image and read the story behind it.
Right out of the gate, Bryce Canyon blew us away! Click to read our first impressions of this remarkable national park.