Ansel Adams took some of the most stunning black and white photos of our National Parks – images that will forever be an inspiration to me. I decided to take some of my favorite Ascent photos from numerous National Parks, National Forests, State Parks and various adventures, and turn them into black and white pics inspired by his work. Here’s the first few in the multi-part series! I hope you enjoy!
And, don’t forget that you can donate to my National Park Foundation fundraiser to help support preserving some of these beautiful places!
This was a beautiful morning in Canyonlands National Park, in Moab, Utah. We are at the bottom of Shafer Canyon, where we camped out for the night.
Here’s a shot of my very dirty Ascent in Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest. We drove for miles, cleaning up the forest. This was an amazing adventure MtnRoo Utah, Mark Miller Subaru and I put together to do some good, helping clean up nature.
Here’s my Ascent in the middle of Arches National Park, with the Three Sisters and Balanced Rock in the background. Arches is a gorgeous and magical place any nature lover should visit!
Sunsets on Long Island are beautiful – and, often, my Ascent gets in the way. Here’s a pic of a Long Island sunset at Robert Moses State Park, with the ocean in the background.
Camp Hero State Park is an amazing place with a deep history. Sitting at the southern east end of Long Island, at Montauk Point, with bluffs, beach, forest and sand, the views are stunning.
Stay tuned for many more pics from many more of my adventures!