Last week’s spontaneous road trip to Grey Cliff’s Ranch in Three Forks, Montana, was a wonderful off-the-grid getaway. On the way home, Alan and I avoided the Interstate in favor of the scenic route. Now we’re talking about all sorts of spontaneous scenic drives for this summer. You can get in on the action, too. Our May theme will focus on road trips. We’ll also be hosting a 10% subscriber-only discount for those gorgeous handcrafted bracelets that Green Global Travel is creating. Don’t miss out! Subscribe today.
Although some may choose to argue that sitting back and enjoying the moment is the best way to appreciate nature, the amazing landscape and wildlife in our many National Parks typically scream, “photograph me!” If you’re a budding photographer who has a national park visit on your travel calendar, here are a few tips for photographing National Park landscapes.
- Tips for Photographing in U.S. National Parks
- Take a Photo Workshop to See Nature’s Beauty
- Try a self-guided Canyonlands National Park photography tour
- Arranging a one-on-one photography workshop
This Week’s Articles
We’re on a roll this month talking about National Park travel. Although a lot of what we talk about is US-based travel, this week, guest contributor Jacqueline Louie took us to Canada’s beautiful Waterton Lakes. You don’t want to miss it!
Are you always looking for some comfy jewelry that travels well? Well, this week, Donna reviewed some kicky new handcafted bracelets that are great for travelers. Not only do the travel-inspired bracelets look stylish, but 10% of every purchase goes to fund conservation projects in developing nations.
Looking for some more travel gear tips? Find out what travel gear Donna always takes on her adventures.
More Travel News for Boomers
Do you enjoy national parks but prefer traveling internationally? CNN shows you 30 of the world’s best national parks.
Want to celebrate the National Park Service Centennial? Bookmark this page at Find Your Park to keep up with events.
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