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“This is a wonderful day, I have never seen this one before.” -Maya Angelou

“This is a wonderful day, I have never seen this one before.” -Maya Angelou
17 1 2 hours ago

Good luck in India✌🏼

Good luck in India✌🏼
137 4 3 hours ago

Zoom in for the cutest hiking boots 😍

Zoom in for the cutest hiking boots 😍
22 1 5 hours ago

We are sitting in the calm before the big storm right now, and the snow is just beautiful. Stay warm, everybody! # #pmwintergridchallenge #pmgridchallenge #wintervibes #frostyoutside #cabinfever #akronphotographer #akronphotography #wintertime #winteriscoming #winterishere #winteriscoming ❄️ #peacoatseason #winterwonderland #leaves #winterleaves #wintertrees

We are sitting in the calm before the big storm right now, and the snow is just beautiful. Stay warm, everybody! ##pmwintergridchallenge #pmgridchallenge #wintervibes #frostyoutside #cabinfever #akronphotographer #akronphotography #wintertime #winteriscoming #winterishere #winteriscoming❄️ #peacoatseason  #winterwonderland #leaves #winterleaves #wintertrees
317 0 7 hours ago

olympics?

olympics?
244 10 20 hours ago

happy weekend loves ✨ hope you all have a wonderful weekend staying all snuggled up on the couch during this snow storm💜🌨 ps how freaking ADORABLE are these two? our snow session was such a blast 😂

happy weekend loves ✨ hope you all have a wonderful weekend staying all snuggled up on the couch during this snow storm💜🌨 ps how freaking ADORABLE are these two? our snow session was such a blast 😂
59 11 20 hours ago

Welcome to the weekend friends! Remember to take time to rejuvenate your mind, body and SOUL. I started my weekend with a nice walk through one of our local parks. What do you have planned for this weekend? - @daniurcuyomd

#feelgoodfriday

Welcome to the weekend friends! Remember to take time to rejuvenate your mind, body and SOUL. I started my weekend with a nice walk through one of our local parks. What do you have planned for this weekend? - @daniurcuyomd

#feelgoodfriday
42 0 21 hours ago

:: loooooooks like it’s gonna be a good weekend to stay in and cuddle :: #snowmageddon

:: loooooooks like it’s gonna be a good weekend to stay in and cuddle :: #snowmageddon
180 10 22 hours ago

67 4 18 January, 2019

I’ll have my coffee on the rocks, please.

I’ll have my coffee on the rocks, please.
127 6 18 January, 2019

My favorite time of the year. #nps #ohio #fall

My favorite time of the year. #nps #ohio #fall
13 0 18 January, 2019

Sound & color

Sound & color
77 1 18 January, 2019

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), part of Roosevelt’s New Deal, helped build many of the beautiful structures throughout the CVNP, including Happy Days Lodge, the Octagon and these steps on the Ledges Trail at Ritchie Ledges in the Virginia Kendall Area. In 1934, the young men of Virginia Kendall Company 576 were paid just a dollar a day (equivalent to $18 today) to do the hard, back breaking labor of building these impressive steps that we enjoy today and have stood the test of time.

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), part of Roosevelt’s New Deal, helped build many of the beautiful structures throughout the CVNP, including Happy Days Lodge, the Octagon and these steps on the Ledges Trail at Ritchie Ledges in the Virginia Kendall Area.  In 1934, the young men of Virginia Kendall Company 576 were paid just a dollar a day (equivalent to $18 today) to do the hard, back breaking labor of building these impressive steps that we enjoy today and have stood the test of time.
1699 17 18 January, 2019

5 slow snowy miles at Oak Hill. #cvnp #trailrunning #ultrarunning #getfit

5 slow snowy miles at Oak Hill. #cvnp #trailrunning #ultrarunning #getfit
46 0 18 January, 2019

I really see you upside down

I really see you upside down
100 0 17 January, 2019

The sound of peace is the sound of a river crawling by.
#hikeohio #cvnp #myohioadventure #naturephotography

The sound of peace is the sound of a river crawling by. 
#hikeohio #cvnp #myohioadventure #naturephotography
13 0 17 January, 2019

So many of us fall in love so relatively fast. Find that one thing and stick with it. Make it beautiful again in your own world 🐝

So many of us fall in love so relatively fast. Find that one thing and stick with it. Make it beautiful again in your own world 🐝
71 0 17 January, 2019

Top Posts on Cuyahoga Valley National Park

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), part of Roosevelt’s New Deal, helped build many of the beautiful structures throughout the CVNP, including Happy Days Lodge, the Octagon and these steps on the Ledges Trail at Ritchie Ledges in the Virginia Kendall Area. In 1934, the young men of Virginia Kendall Company 576 were paid just a dollar a day (equivalent to $18 today) to do the hard, back breaking labor of building these impressive steps that we enjoy today and have stood the test of time.

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), part of Roosevelt’s New Deal, helped build many of the beautiful structures throughout the CVNP, including Happy Days Lodge, the Octagon and these steps on the Ledges Trail at Ritchie Ledges in the Virginia Kendall Area.  In 1934, the young men of Virginia Kendall Company 576 were paid just a dollar a day (equivalent to $18 today) to do the hard, back breaking labor of building these impressive steps that we enjoy today and have stood the test of time.
1699 17 18 January, 2019

olympics?

olympics?
244 10 20 hours ago

I'm snow cute ❄

I'm snow cute ❄
6282 109 13 January, 2019

Good luck in India✌🏼

Good luck in India✌🏼
137 4 3 hours ago

On any large scale project (such as our yearlong road-trip to every national park) that has so many deadlines, requirements, and puzzle pieces, there are always going to be some things you wish you had done differently. Out of the 59 national parks we visited, there are three parks that I feel I didn’t capture them at their best. All told, that’s a relatively small number...but still. My goal was to represent every park in the very best way, because each of them deserve that spotlight. On a yearlong project that had to deal with some seriously difficult seasonality issues, we just couldn’t visit Cuyahoga Valley NP at an optimal time. But I still think we got some nice photos, had some fantastic experiences, and learned why this park is a special one. In the end, I’m ok with what I consider my suboptimal coverage, because under the circumstances we did our very best. But it doesn’t stop me from wanting to go back and giving the park its proper photographic due. Perhaps a visit to the Cuyahoga Valley next summer is in order. Who’s with me?
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@CuyahogaValleyNPS (the 56th U.S. National Park) was established by the @NationalParkService on October 11, 2000.
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Stay tuned as @istefpayne and I count down all 60 of the U.S. national parks, sharing previously untold stories and/or photos from our epic road trip to visit all the parks during the 2016 centennial of the park service #onassignment for @natgeo and @fujifilm_northamerica.
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While we are counting down, you can get your hands on a copy of our gorgeous 240-page National Park coffee table book for 25% off! Just go to the link in my bio and order a copy through Amazon. No coupon code needed, discount already applied! Price is as marked.

On any large scale project (such as our yearlong road-trip to every national park) that has so many deadlines, requirements, and puzzle pieces, there are always going to be some things you wish you had done differently. Out of the 59 national parks we visited, there are three parks that I feel I didn’t capture them at their best. All told, that’s a relatively small number...but still. My goal was to represent every park in the very best way, because each of them deserve that spotlight. On a yearlong project that had to deal with some seriously difficult seasonality issues, we just couldn’t visit Cuyahoga Valley NP at an optimal time. But I still think we got some nice photos, had some fantastic experiences, and learned why this park is a special one. In the end, I’m ok with what I consider my suboptimal coverage, because under the circumstances we did our very best. But it doesn’t stop me from wanting to go back and giving the park its proper photographic due. Perhaps a visit to the Cuyahoga Valley next summer is in order. Who’s with me?
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@CuyahogaValleyNPS (the 56th U.S. National Park) was established by the @NationalParkService on October 11, 2000.
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Stay tuned as @istefpayne and I count down all 60 of the U.S. national parks, sharing previously untold stories and/or photos from our epic road trip to visit all the parks during the 2016 centennial of the park service #onassignment for @natgeo and @fujifilm_northamerica.
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While we are counting down, you can get your hands on a copy of our gorgeous 240-page National Park coffee table book for 25% off! Just go to the link in my bio and order a copy through Amazon. No coupon code needed, discount already applied! Price is as marked.
6080 48 25 November, 2018

Sound & color

Sound & color
77 1 18 January, 2019

:: loooooooks like it’s gonna be a good weekend to stay in and cuddle :: #snowmageddon

:: loooooooks like it’s gonna be a good weekend to stay in and cuddle :: #snowmageddon
180 10 22 hours ago

There are many reasons why buying local is better. One of those many reasons is the freshness of produce. Take apples for example. Apples actually travel an average of 1200 miles to get to the supermarket. If that doesn’t have you convinced that local is better, how about the fact that apples bought in the supermarket can actually be more than a year old at the time of purchase?

Apples, along with all other produce, come in and out of season. Supermarkets have to find ways to ensure they can fill their shelves with all produce regardless of the season. Farmers’ markets on the other hand simply provide you with what’s in season- no need for long term storage or use of elaborate operations. When shopping at a Farmers’ market, you can have peace of mind that the produce you’re paying good money for are SUPER FRESH and LOADED WITH NUTRIENTS!

In the comments below, let us know what your favorite season is to shop local!

There are many reasons why buying local is better. One of those many reasons is the freshness of produce. Take apples for example. Apples actually travel an average of 1200 miles to get to the supermarket. If that doesn’t have you convinced that local is better, how about the fact that apples bought in the supermarket can actually be more than a year old at the time of purchase?

Apples, along with all other produce, come in and out of season. Supermarkets have to find ways to ensure they can fill their shelves with all produce regardless of the season. Farmers’ markets on the other hand simply provide you with what’s in season- no need for long term storage or use of elaborate operations. When shopping at a Farmers’ market, you can have peace of mind that the produce you’re paying good money for are SUPER FRESH and LOADED WITH NUTRIENTS!

In the comments below, let us know what your favorite season is to shop local!
89 8 16 January, 2019