Back in the summer my wife and I had a an awesome trip to Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons. This was the second time we had gone here. Our first visit to the park was only for a day and a half, kinda silly sounding I know. It was apart of a 3 week, roughly 8000km road trip we took for our 10th anniversary.
After being there for just a few hours we quickly knew our allotted time was not nearly enough. We had to keep in mind we were treating it more as a recon trip to see of where we would like to go for longer in the future. Other than Yellowstone we went to Zion, Death Valley, Sequoia, Yosemite, Kings Canyon, San Francisco, Jedediah Smith Redwood State Park, and continued up the coast to Astoria, Or, Seattle then home. They are all amazing places and want to go back to each one some time and spend some proper time at each. In the end, it seems that Yellowstone had topped the list for both of us.
With that trip, along with some other shorter ones and with living relatively close to a good selection of National, Provincial and State parks. I have collected a good amount of photographs for a series I will be sharing soon. I'm still tossing a name around but leaning towards something simple like
The Parks - where man communes with the maker
I am equally excited with this one as I am about my Abandoned Alberta series. Here is a teaser for the upcoming series: Wild Goose Island, Glacier National Park, MT