All posts filed under: National Park

Joshua Tree National Park, CA

We took a day trip from Los Angeles to Joshua Tree National Park as I always want to see Joshua tree up close and photograph. It is a wide open vast park filled with Joshua trees and rocks that attract many climbers.

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Golden Canyon of Death Valley

With Mesquite Sand Dunes, Zabriski Point and Badwater Basin taking all the spotlights of the Valley, Golden Canyon is a hidden treasure. It is an easy 3-4 mile round trip hike to the back door of Zabriski Point. Early morning or late afternoon sunlight brings out the […]

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Zabriski Point at Dusk

I love Zabriski Point in early morning when the sun is at low level that create beautiful soft colors and magical shadows of the rocks. However, the place at dusk is also very attractive to photograph. Here is the one when the sun was shining on […]

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Light and Shadow at Zabriski Point

Zabriski Point at Death Valley is a magic place in early morning when the first light strikes the surrounding eroded badlands that brings out the magnificent color and the incredible shadow. The view was so overwhelming with so many possibility for picture taking. It was like racing against time […]

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Zion National Park, Utah

  Zion has one of the most impressive mountain peaks among the national parks in the U.S. It is most beautiful in the fall when the colors of trees change. During this photo tour of Death Valley and Bryce Canyon, Zion served as intermediate stop. […]

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Death Valley National Park

This is my first visit to Death Valley National Park. We stayed at Stovepipe Wells Village for three nights and have toured almost all the highlights of the Park except Scotty’s Castle due to repair and Artist Palette due to flooded damage of roadway. To me Zabriskie […]

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Morning Mist in Redwoods

I photographed and posted this image in August 2015 after I visited the Redwoods National Park in northern California for the first time in my life. I had a canvas print with size of 32″x16″ made and entered the Frederick’s Delaplaine National Juried Photo Contest last […]

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Mesa Verde’s Cliff Dwellings

To tour Mesa Verde National Park in southwest cornet of Colorado state is to learn how Ancestral Puebloans lived for 700 years during A.D. 600 to 1300. They were also referred as Anasazi people or in Navajo’s word of “ancient people”. It is the best […]

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Mountains, Lakes, Creeks and Weeping Wall

In a four-day tour of Glacier National Park that we had planned year ahead gave us a glimpse of the immense and wild landscape of wonderful photographic dimension. We enjoyed the rugged mountain terrain, the peaceful lakes and the incredible waterfalls that lead to the turbulent creeks […]

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Wildlife of Glacier National Park

We were a bit disappointed not seeing grizzly bear nor black bear and moose but we did encounter mountain goats and big horn sheep near Logan Pass Visitor Center.  Because of excess snow the trail to Hidden Lake near Logan Pass was closed, thus missing […]

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