I am so sick of this. So sick of hearing on the news, all over the internet, how because of the government shutdown that has gone on for far too long, our precious National Parks are suffering tremendously. Seeing the photos spreading around online that show trees behind chopped down in Joshua Tree National Park, rocks being used as canvases for graffiti, laws being disobeyed, all because there aren’t enough rangers there to help prevent it.
I have compiled a small collection of six never-before-seen photographs to be released and available as prints in sizes starting at 12x15 for standard and 10x20 for panoramic. These images all have one theme in common - the forest. Releases include “Upon The Forest Floor,” “Amongst The Dead,” and “Stand Out.”
Back in May of 2017, Melanie and I had decided to go on a camping trip rather than join the rest of the senior class in Disney. We began our adventure by seeing Kinzua Bridge State Park, headed over to Allegheny National Forest where we camped for a few days, and finished the trip with Cherry Springs and Ricketts Glen. One year later, we decided to do something new: explore some waterfalls in New York state…this is part one of that story.