National Park Photo Feature of the Week: Becky Lomax/Grand Teton

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About this photo»

  • Place: Teton Crest, Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming
  • Date: September 2018
  • Photo Credit: Becky Lomax
  • Why it’s one of my favorites: The immense size difference between humans and wild national park landscapes always amazes me. I like to shoot photos that attempt to convey just how small we are in comparison to huge canyons and mountains carved from earth forces such as glaciers.

Meet Becky Lomax»

National parks are in my DNA. My great-grandparents honeymooned in Yellowstone back when touring was only via horse and carriage. My father worked summers at Mount Rainier before I was born, and he and my mother carried me on my first hike there at 6 months old. That was only a precursor to growing up hiking and backpacking in national parks. Later, I served as a hiking and backpacking guide for a decade in Glacier. I live right outside Glacier and write guidebooks about national parks for Moon Travel Guides.  —Written by Becky Lomax

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