*Part one covers first stop, Boston. Scroll down to Part II for the rest of the road trip.
53 days long, yup! That's how long it took to drive across America and Canada, from Montreal to Montreal. This post wraps up the entire road trip on North America from summer of 2015 (yup, I am a year behind on content for this blog).
Much like a scrap book, I've put a little bit of everything in this post, highlights of my adventure, yummy foods and landscapes that took my breath away. I've also complied a few videos of the many random clips I shot on my camera and iPhone... no fancy production, just trying to create a sense for my adventure. This road trip was about connecting with nature and earth rather then doing some wild thing so...here it goes...
Hi! Thanks for coming back! I'm so excited to show off my beautiful photographs of this stop during my Summer 2015 North America road trip. Drop a comment if you like my blog, it's rewarding to hear back your thoughts :)
SO, Yellowstone National Park......
I often say I want to see and experience things I've never felt or seen before, Yellowstone did just that. The entire time I was there, the experience felt like out of this world. To know places such as this exists just a plane ride away, shopping sprees just don't make sense to me anymore. I've reached a point in my life where buying things are now irrelevant to who I want to be as a human being. I want to feel new things, experience new places and stretch my mind and imagination as far as the surface of this planet.
Putting this post together was very difficult. I have over one thousand photos of this stunning, never seen before park. As I was shuffling, editing, eliminating and curating this series of photographs, I decided to play with some filters that would help deliver a more effective visual experience to the one I had while I was there. It was a cloudy day during my visitation and there was a tint of yellow to the entire park. I remember thinking what was the reason for that. Later I discovered the yellowish burnt look to most parts of the park was from a massive fire back in 1988 ;O
I'v captioned the photos carefully, hoping to inspire and captivate you. Enjoy browsing :)
I'm ashamed to say this but here it goes. I never thought much about travelling through Canada for vacation. I always thought nature would bore me and oh boy was I in for a rude wild and wonderful awakening. I am so grateful for this discovery and I cannot wait to go back. Canada may not be known for glitz and glory, but it sure is one of the most beautiful and breathtaking places on earth.
Stunning Jasper National Park: my favourite place in Canada!