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I realized that I’m behind on sharing my nationalpark adventures! I bought a National Park Pass this year and have been nothing but inspired to getoutside . At each park I find myself asking “Why do I not get out to visit more National Parks?” They’re affordable, open to everyone, and are some our nations greatest treasures. The Great Sand Dunes National Park tucked away in the corner of Colorado, stretches out with 35 sq. Miles of sand shoved up against snow capped mountains. You almost have to blink 3 times to ensure that what you’re looking at is real! The tallest Sand Dune tops out at 800 ft. Tall and since the sand absorbs all noise it’s considered a “Quiet Park”. A recording studio will have dead noise at 60 decibels. At Great Sand Dunes NP; dead noise has been recorded in the single digits; which means you can hear a pin drop from a half mile away. Due to the lack of civilization and light pollution; it’s even applied for its “Dark Park” certification, which means you can see more stars in the night sky! findyourpark greatsanddunesnationalpark exploremore

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Photos from lats month‘s trip are finally sorted out💪🏻 Prepare for a zionnps overload!

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Today’s national park image to post on Instagram that I’ve uploaded to Flickr. This is an image I captured one October morning along the shores of the Rio Grande at the Santa Elena Canyon area in Big Bend National Park with my Nikon D800E. This was my second trip to Big Bend National Park, and it was just as beautiful as the first! findyourpark nps bigbendpark texas flickr nikond800e santaelenacanyon riogrande usmexicoborder

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Arches National Park: Take 2 🎬 . This time we got it right! This time it was the incredible awe inspiring day that I had hoped for. We got here early in the morning, this way the weather was cooler (which made for much happier !) and we avoided the crowds. The girls and I even climbed up into Double Arch and I was able to get a shot of them with no people in the way! 📷😍 . Matt had to stay behind on this one since climbing rocks with a bad back is not a good idea. I definitely wasn’t going to be carrying him back to the car! 😳🙅🏼‍♀️ Unfortunately sometimes he has to sit some things out because of his back. But I will say, the National Park Service does an amazing job of making sure there are plenty of ADA accessible things to do in all the parks, which is such a blessing. We would never be able to enjoy the parks as a family without those accommodations. 👨‍👩‍👧‍👧 . holmesonwheels archesnationalpark utah fulltimefamilies fulltimerv travelgoals bringthekids homeiswhereyouparkit travelblogger roadschooling travelwithkids rvlife nationalpark findyourpark nationalparkservice

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Lake McDonald, Glacier National Park - traunfoto 💙💙💙 ———————————————————————— *** Tag a friend you would like to share this with.*** Another quiet evening from one of the most famous lakes in the world. ———————————————————————— Lake McDonald, Glacier National Park ———————————————————————— Follow proudchristianfather and enjoy the show as I build the greatest park and recreation 🏜 gallery on Instagram. 🏕 Turn on notifications 🎙 ———————————————————————— usa montana montanamoment visitmontana nps nationalpark usinterior mountains bluehour findyourpark bluesky natgeo natgeoyourshot wildernessculture nature_brilliance keepitwild roamtheplanet natureshot natureaddicts perfectview amazingsky natureshooters greatoutdoors national_park_photography arewethereyet natureaddicts got_greatshots landscaptephotography proudchristianfather mybestigposts ————————————————————————

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"Traveling puts me in a wonderful head space, which inspires me to create!" With herry.with.an.e - Best of the week 19 at nomadict / "My name is Herry, I am 24 years old and I am a people and nature photographer based in Regina, Canada. When I'm not at my day job or binge-ing on Netflix, or looking at memes, I'm probably out in the middle of a field shooting the sunset, or the northern lights, or the milky way. My passion in photography started in design school. The crave to create nice looking things slowly transitioned into photography as well; which got me into traveling to get those nice images. I made great like-minded friends through Instagram that further fueled this hobby. Traveling puts me in a wonderful head space, which inspires me to create. Nothing else does the kind of wonders for your mind and soul like being outdoors in the wild does. The crisp fresh air, bird’s chirping in an otherwise quiet environment gives me so much peace. Everywhere you look is an opportunity for an image. And the anticipation of finding that perfect scene when the light and composition come together is so addictive. At this point, photography is just a hobby that I’m very passionate about, and I don’t see it changing anytime soon, as I just want to keep doing it for “fun”. And this “fun” is what I want to convey through my photography. To get out, have fun and enjoy the nature." 🙂 Congratulations herry.with.an.e! Now you have access to the final prize, $500 in cash! For further instructions check 'contest' in our highlights section. If you also want to be featured you can follow us, tag us, or use nomadict in your posts!

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Earthen mounds and embankments forming huge geometric enclosures grace the landscape of the Ohio River Valley. These monumental structures were built by Native American hands almost 2,000 years ago. Hopewellian people gathered at these earthworks for feasts, funerals and rites of passage. Come learn about these sacred spaces and reflect upon the lives of these American Indians. findyourpark npsundiscoveredstories hopewellohionps

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Yellowstone National Park - proudchristianfather 💙💙💙 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– *** Tag a friend you would like to share this with.*** There’s lots of new moms in the park these days. We wish them and all of you a happy Mother’s Day Wildlife mothers, just like you, are protective of their babies. So give wildlife room, use a zoom. The safest way to view wildlife is through a telephoto lens, a spotting scope, or a pair of binoculars. Park animals are wild and dangerous. Bison, bears, and elk have injured and killed people. Do not approach, encircle, follow, or feed any animal. Stay 100 yards (91 m) from bears and wolves. Stay 25 yards (23 m) from all other animals ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 📷: yellowstonenps ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Follow proudchristianfather_edits and enjoy the show as I build the most amazing wildlife gallery on Instagram. 🏕 🗽 Turn on notifications 🎙 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– wyoming yellowstone yellowstonenationalpark yellowstonenps nationalpark usinterior mypubliclands findyourpark nps bison babyanimals natgeo optoutside greatoutdoors wildlife natureaddicts natgeoyourshot wildlife_perfection natureshooters natgeowild animallovers wildlifeaddicts natureshot wildlifeplanet got_greatshots national_park_photography arewethereyet optoutdoors proudchristianfather mybestigposts ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

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Moose, Antelope Flats, Grand Teton National Park. December, 2018.

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Jump de alegria e pra marcar presença nessa área de universalorlando que eu considero imperdível mesmo pra você que não é fã dos thesimpsons Pra quem é fã assim como eu, mas ainda não conhece a aérea de Springfield que fica no parque Universal Studios, nessa aérea fica UM DOS simuladores mais incríveis de todos que é a The Simpsons Ride, pra entrar nela você precisa ser engolido(a) pelo krusty 😱 além de tudo é uma experiência sensorial deliciosa Quem aqui já foi? O que acharam? Sentiram os cheiros? thesimpsons springfield thesimpsonsride universalstudios orlando magic fly jump viajarfazbem viajar disney wish dicasdeviagem magical viagemeturismo viagemdossonhos viajando findyourpark orlandoflorida floridafun

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Driving across Arizona to Joshua Tree National Park, California. We entered the part on the southern end, and as a ranger told us, you don't see any Joshua Trees until you are up in the northern half of the park. As we explored our way up through the park, there were some pretty cool stops along the way, including the Lost Palms Oasis, with its massive California fan palm trees! joshuatreenationalpark california nationalparksystem nature travel wander landscapephotography lostpalmsoasis visitcalifornia explorecalifornia beautifuldestinations nationalparklover roadtrip fanpalm nationalparkservice FindYourPark explorenationalparks joshuatreenps

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Yesterday’s scattered rain showers passed just to the north and south of me leaving behind some nice spring light and, what’s that? BAH GOD IT’S A DOUBLE RAINBOW

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Spent a few quiet moments underneath this arch that were well worth sticking around for after sunset I've grown pretty fond of light painting and I'm always excited for an opportunity to experiment and learn more through trial and error My biggest tips would be to have a good headlamp and to light your subject from an angle in relationship to the lens. Have you tried light painting before? Enjoy the day friends ✌

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“You cannot, you CANNOT use someone else’s fire. You can only use your own. And in order to do that, you must first be willing to believe that you have it.” 🔥 audrelorde findyourpark zion utah

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🇺🇸 This part of Blackrock Spur Trail is so cool. It’s right before you summit and it intersects w/ the Appalachian Trail. I have video in my story folder named Videos.

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Diamond in the rough 📷 By: shays_days We want to feature your Colorado 14er photos! Share with us by tagging your photos with co14ers.

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First beach-ish day.

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Tis-sa-ack | Half Dome | The icon

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Our Nordik dreams this weekend : Picture from Grand Tetons National Park , USA 💫✨ Photographer: Our member : Kristen Ryan kristenryanphotography from USA 🌲❄️🌲❄️🌲❄️🌲❄️ 🌲❄️ You are our nordik dream today 🌟 ! Thank you Kristen for sharing this beautiful picture with us ! See all beautiful landscapes of this photographer ! Congratulations kristenryanphotography ✨✨✨❄✨ ✨ ✨❄️✨✨✨❄️✨✨✨❄️✨✨✨ Picture selected by grigri_mountain_photography ✨✨✨🌲✨✨✨🌲✨✨✨🌲✨✨✨🌲✨✨✨ Want to publicize small accounts 10k and medium accounts 20k and less. Tag nordik_dreams or nordik_dreams 2 or 3 features/week ▪️▪▪▪▪▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️ mypublicland tetoncollective nationalparkgeek grandtetonnationalpark earthfocus usinterior natgeotravel folkscenery grandtetons splendid_mountains findyourpark usnationalparks tetons national_park_photography nationalparkfans

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This is a limpkin. Limpkins are named after the way they walk, or in this case, limp around. Often times at night territorial males can be heard making quite a ruckus while wailing. This has earned them another name in America, “the crying bird”. Their body size is similar to that of a great blue heron, but their appearance is much more like a rail. They are actually the only living species of their bird family and Florida is the only place to see this bird in the USA. Conner and I were actually down on the shoreline of the Myakka river photographing our first alligator of the trip when this Limpkin flew in and landed just feet from us. I didn’t even know this bird existed until a week prior and here it was an arms length away! Super neat! Swipe ➡️ for a shot of the alligator as well! • • • limpkin myakkastatepark myakkariver floridawildlife bestbirdshots ipulledoverforthis bokehlicious neverstopexploring travelphotography findyourpark optoutside wildlifephotography wildlifeonearth wildlife_vision wanderlust birdnerd naturephotography nature_good neature birding_lounge birdingphotography birdsofinstagram wildlifephotographer nikond500 sigma

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Our third stop of the trip was Capitol Reef National Park. It was our first time to this park, and we already want to go back. Historic buildings, fruit orchards, fresh pie, rivers, wildlife, red cliffs, natural arches, petroglyphsthis park really has so much to offer. We camped at Fruita Campground, which was one of the most beautiful campgrounds we’ve visited. I rank Capitol reef 3/5 for Utah national parks. If it was closer to home, I’d probably rank it 1 or 2 because I’m a sucker for fresh pie 🥧🤤! Here’s a short video with a few of the highlights. capitolreefnationalpark nationalpark findyourpark travelingwithkids roadtrip adventure grandadventure week1

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Our second stop of the trip was Arches National Park. I did an early morning hike to Delicate Arch with just my parents, who camped with us for a few days. It was a real treat to hike without carrying and playing I spy the whole time. Plus Delicate Arch was incredible! The next day we did Landscape Arch as a family with Matt’s parents. Also really impressive. The liked the Moab giants dinosaur 🦕 park best of all. I rank Arches 4/5 for Utah national parks, but that’s mostly because I really love Zion (1/5) Bryce (2/5) and Capitol Reef (3/5)! Here’s a short video with a few of the highlights. archesnationalpark findyourpark travelingwithkids roadtrip adventure grandadventure week1

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Our first stop of the trip was Canyonlands National Park. We did a couple hikes and some off-roaring in our tow car. Although I’d rate Canyonlands 5/5 for Utah national parks, we had an incredible time! Here’s a short video with a few of the highlights. I’m going to try to do a video like this for each National Park, but no promises 😉! Both sets of grandparents camped with us this week, which was so fun. canyonlandsnationalpark findyourpark travelingwithkids roadtrip adventure grandadventure week1

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Spirit Lake at Mt. St. Helens National Monument - Spirit Lake was a popular tourist destination for many years until the eruption of Mt. St. Helens in 1980. The eruption killed 57 people, destroying homes, evaporating lakes and rearranging landmarks. Buried in the eruption, Spirit Lake reformed 200 feet higher and much larger than before. spiritlakewashington mtsthelens mtsthelensnationalvolcanicmonument explore_destinations goparks nationalparkgeek national_park_photography nationalpark nationalparks usparksandmonuments nps usnationalparks findyourpark nationalparkphotography nationalparkobsessed nationalparklife parkroamers np10k usa_photolovers mypubliclands usinterior just_unitedstates explore_america washington_discovered washingtonstate washington rebel_scapes bestscenerypictures landscapephotography landscape_capture

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Zion National Park Hiking to the observation Point At the top, we enjoy the beautiful landscape and a good view of angels Landing. We don't have a really good weather, it is a little bit rainy and cloudy. Despite we are soaked and tired, we are however still in a good mood. Zion Lodge Utah zionnationalpark zionlodge utah zion hiking travel nature roadtrip angelslanding nationalpark cloudyday adventure wanderlust hike explore optoutside naturephotography landscape travelphotography mountains canyon outdoors nationalparks travelblogger hikingadventures getoutside zioncanyon findyourpark landscapephotography

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🧡🏜️🧡 The Grand Canyon is found in the US state of Arizona. Many people consider it to be one of the seven wonders of the natural world. The Colorado River runs through the GrandCanyon, it has been eroding its steep sides for millions of years theoutbound wildernessculture simplyadventure rei1440project exploretocreate exploremore findyourpark nationalpark optoutside choosemountains adventureculture mountainstones adventurevisuals goparks usinterior folkscenery choosemountains liveoutdoors climblife

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🧡🚤🧡 Dominating a 277-mile stretch of the Colorado River in Northern Arizona, the Grand Canyon is one of the world’s most iconic landscapes. A World Heritage Site and one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Grand Canyon awes and inspires nearly five million visitors per year with its grandeur and expanse. It is a sought-after destination for recreation and rejuvenation, and is considered a sacred landscape to more than ten Native American tribes who have called the region home for millennia theoutbound wildernessculture simplyadventure rei1440project exploretocreate exploremore findyourpark nationalpark optoutside choosemountains adventureculture mountainstones adventurevisuals goparks usinterior folkscenery choosemountains liveoutdoors climblife

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