Category: Photography & Video

One of the most exciting things about nature is capturing it and sharing it with friends and family.  Whether you are using video, drone, goPro, DSLR or your phone.  Enjoy the beauty of America and learn the many ways to capture and share it.

Champion 2000 RV Generators: Run Appliances With a Dynamic Duo

Power your RV’s conveniences with a pair of Champion 2000 RV generators. Keep those essential appliances running — including air conditioning — with a dynamic duo that works in tandem. Bob Dawson, production director for both MotorHome and Trailer Life magazines, put these two dynamos through their paces.
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Super Bloom Civility — Look But Don’t Crush the Flowers

Observe flower-blooming etiquette as you experience this Spring’s amazing arrays of color

Super Bloom civility — this dazzling event attracts huge crowds and big trouble for fragile flowers.  Days are growing noticeably longer with Spring’s arrival. Flowers have begun to bloom, and in California, the timing of the winter rains set off massive blooms of poppies and other blossoms. Seeing these blooms from a satellite image is
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A loggerhead turtle swims in the sparkling seas for an animal encounter.

Go Wild: 6 Awesome Animal Encounters in Florida’s Lower Keys

Walk on the wild side with animal encounters in Big Pine Key & Florida’s Lower Keys. Embark on an island safari for some of the most vibrant wildlife in North America. From shimmering fish in rare reefs to colorful butterflies in lush greenery, the animals in Florida’s Lower Keys appear at every turn. Cyclists may
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Grassy plains where the film Dances With Wolves was shot

Come See Where Costner Danced With Wolves

Catch a Great Time at Chris’ Campground – Spearfish, South Dakota Spearfish serves as both a town and a base camp. Back in the 1870s, it serviced prospectors hunting gold in the surrounding Black Hills. Today it is more likely to be fly fishermen, hikers and nature photographers stocking up on supplies. Planning a visit? Stay
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