#FindYourPark Photo Challenge for National Park Week 2017

by | Apr 21, 2017 | National Parks and Public Lands

In honor of the National Park Week 2017, my friends over at the Nature Tech Family blog decided to host another #FindYourPark photo challenge. This time around, the photo challenge showcased various aspects of our public lands that we all can enjoy. I only participated on Twitter this time around as my world has been a bit crazy as of late. These photo challenges are one of my favorite things about the #ParkChat community and I encourage you to join us online if you are intested in parks and public lands.

Day 1 – “Hiking Up”

Day 2 – “At the Water”

Day 3 – “Underground”

Day 4 – “Wide Open Spaces”

Day 5 – “Extreme Challenge”

If you enjoyed this #FindYourPark Photo Challenge summary, view my previous participation posts at “Capturing my American” and “Reasons I’m Thankful For Our Parks“. Also, be sure to check out the #FindYourPark hashtag on Twitter and Instagram.

By Sara Beth

Sara Beth is a wanderlust soul who is focused on simplistic and mindful living. She is passionate about National Parks, road trips, and board games. Her early years were spent in the Driftless Area of Wisconsin. After graduating from university, she moved to Las Vegas, fell in love, and adopted a dog. Today, she lives with her husband and their dog in the suburbs of Washington, DC.

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