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By David Muench
Award-winning photographer David Muench captures the preferred and iconic nationwide parks that thousands of usa citizens love and cherish in addition to the lesser-known locations and wasteland parts the place few tourists enterprise. Ruth Rudners relocating essays coupled with Muenchs visible social gathering of those nice lands brings to lifestyles the landscapes and lines of parks. those extraordinary photos contain nice Smoky Mountains NP, the Grand Canyon NP, Yellowstone NP, and Yosemite NP to the extra distant parks like Channel Islands NP off the coast of California and Kenai Fjords NP in Alaska plus 1000s of different distinct photos of the fifty four nationwide parks that David Muench has photographed.
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This view of the Basin taken from Ward Mountain shows the access route up the scree to the top of the Casa Grande cliffs. rare plants and is an environment which might still contain species new to science. Ward Mountain is seldom explored because, from the Basin, which most visitors and hikers use as a starting point, Ward seems to be the least interesting challenge. Not true! Ward is a massive mountain with distinctive features that set it apart from its neighbors. You will also find it is the perfect place from which to photograph Emory Peak.
Success came the day he swiftly and silently glided from his perch for the jackrabbit I held. Before I was aware of his presence, he knocked me over. Then he hobbled off, turned, confronted me, and knocked me off my feet once more. The third time Hercules swooped in, he gripped my arm with his talons, nipped me with his beak, and took the jackrabbit for his own. It was a rather painful success—for me. The next day I took him to the top of Lone Peak, the small rock-strewn mountain in the center of the Basin.
Far downstream, before the curve of the riverbank hid him from view, a great blue heron, unaware of my drifting craft, preened his feathers in the warm sunshine. By this time I was comfortable again and enjoying a leisurely course close to a high riverbank under overhanging, graceful carrizo cane. As I rounded a curve the heron again came into view. He ceased his rigid posture and walked directly toward me with a stately stride, majestically taking possession of a large, flat rock under the cane, not fifty feet away.
David Muench's National Parks by David Muench