Photography Spotlight: Top 5 Photos of May 2021
The best photos from the past month of blog posts!
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While we're certainly proud of our written content here, (and our videos on YouTube, Instagram, and TikTok!), we're equally proud of the INCREDIBLE work our photographers put in to give you amazing views of some of the most beautiful areas of the country. To that effect, here's our latest edition of Photography Spotlight - the best photos from the past month of Pathloom blogs! Click here to check out our greatest hits from March and April!
Santa Elena Canyon: Big Bend National Park, TX - Photo Credit: Dana Kurth
Taken From: Bury My Heart in Big Bend National Park
"Big Bend National Park is that place - nestled in the elbow of Texas. This park is as unique as it is mystical, an absolutely precious landscape with a soul unlike any other. Over three hundred miles from El Paso, and four hundred from San Antonio, this Lone Star Lovely is a remote desert paradise lined with scenic mesas and grand mountains."
Beehive Trail: Acadia National Park, ME - Photo Credit: Brett Stanton
Taken From: National Park News: May 2021
"Acadia, Glacier, Rocky Mountain, Yosemite, and Zion National Parks have introduced reservations in an effort to reduce overcrowding and encourage social distancing. The cost of most of these reservations are trivial - meant more as a means of managing the number of visitors than as an additional revenue stream - but it should be noted that these costs are separate from the regular park entry fees."
Land Between The Lakes, KY - Photo Credit: Scott Carnahan
Taken From: 2021: The Spring of the Soul
"Chase the wind as pressures fade in the rearview, wake up in the dew of a fresh season. Be a butterfly emerging from a chrysalis - break out of your routine and spread the wings of adventure; soar into the breeze that makes the aspens quake, and shake free the grime of a sedentary year."
Frenchman Coulee: Vantage, WA - Photo Credit: Rachel Roberts
Taken From: Top 5 Climbing Areas in the Pacific Northwest
"Frenchman Coulee is actually located closer to George, Washington than the town of Vantage, and on the other side of the Columbia River, but for some reason climbers call it “Vantage.” Whatever you call it, it’s a very pretty area of high desert columnar basalt, with sport climbs on the faces and trad climbs in the cracks in between."
Union Falls: Yellowstone National Park - Photo Credit: Andrew Helmbrecht
Taken From: 4 Epic Yellowstone Day Hikes to Beat the Crowds
"The Park’s Grand Loop Road (the main park road connecting lodging outposts and key park landmarks) allows visitors to access less than 1% of Yellowstone’s splendor - yet still, over 90% of tourists never leave the main road. Some see this as a frustrating reality, but for those that know Yellowstone best, this actually presents an extremely exciting opportunity."
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Pathloom Blog Articles Featured in this Post:
Bury My Heart in Big Bend National Park
National Park News: May 2021
2021: The Spring of the Soul
Top 5 Climbing Areas in the Pacific Northwest
4 Epic Yellowstone Day Hikes to Beat the Crowds
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