Before I start this month’s blog I would like to mention that there are still spots left for the October 28th workshop in Hacklebarney State Park, NJ. Please go to www.rockoffphotography.com and click on workshops for the details.
We are very blessed in this country because we have some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world right here in America. I have been fortunate to have visited quite a few over the years. And since my camera and tripod go where I go I have been lucky enough to have made some beautiful images in our national parks. Our first stop is Yosemite National Park and my personal favorite of all the parks I have been to. It is simply majestic. The two images below “Glacier Point #2” and “Mighty Half Dome” are two of my favorite images from Yosemite.
We now move on to Grand Canyon National Park which I know is many people’s favorite park. It is quite breathtaking. The two images below are “Tree On High #2” and “Grand Canyon First Look #2.”
Zion National Park is also a treasure and simply beautiful in it’s own right. Below is a very lucky shot gotten on a very cloudy day as the sun broke through for a few minutes. It is called “Court Of The Patriarchs #2.”
We leave Zion for, you guessed it, Bryce Canyon National Park. At Zion you are on the bottom looking up, and at Bryce you are on the top looking down. Below are two images from Bryce, “Rainbow Point #3” and “Rain In The Distance #2.”
Last but not least is Acadia National Park in Maine. It is beautiful and pristine. The image below is called “Acadia Nat’l Park View #3.”
I hope you enjoyed this short pictorial tour of just a few of our national parks. If you get a chance please go as these parks and their magnificent views should not be missed. Until next month remember “Keep Shooting.”