From the writers at RV Life.
The National Park Service centennial anniversary party is in full swing around the U.S. and you’re invited. Park lovers in Texas are invited to catch the National Parks Photography Project exhibition, a traveling showcase of stunning photos from all 59 parks. Currently displayed in Huntsville, Texas, the exhibit is the grand finale of a monumental five year journey by Texas photographer Mark Burns.
“Every photograph I have in the exhibit has a story behind it,” said Burns on the phone from his studio in Houston. From rugged mountain ascents to capture ancient bristle cone pines in Great Basin National Park, to breathtaking aerial landscapes over Alaska’s Glacier Bay, the 59 black and white images are hard-won souvenirs of epic journeys deep into the heart of America’s most protected spaces.
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