“Big Bend National park is preserved, protected,
and almost as wild as the day it was made.
It’s the essence of Texas as we like to think of it
— a gift to Texas and a gift to the nation.”
~ a dear quote I love from Big Bend National Park Impressions (Farcountry Press).
Have you ever done a search for Big Bend National Park?
We’ll start off with a few of the most popular captures:
Click on their IG name on the top-left for their gallery page and on the left, if you are logged in to IG – you can easily follow their amazing views.
The Hot Springs
Santa Elena Canyon
and The Balancing Rocks
Now, that we’ve gotten the standard fare out of the way.
I wanted to share an art piece inspired by BBNP . . .
Another popular capture is the tunnel at BBNP. It is the very first highway tunnel to be built in Texas. How about this view taken above the tunnel. . .
Here’s an awesome reason to climb . . .
Another reason . . .
Always be prepared for the unexpected in the desert.
Which is also a perfect time for some desert drama . . .
You have to end the day with a sunset. And this one made me look twice . . .
Note: I have made an effort to search these images for Google in an attempt to only feature valid talent. Please relay if I have overlooked and posted a stolen image. I believe in giving credit to where it is due.
Did I pique your interest in Big Bend National Park? Here are books that I recommend for those who see a BBNP trip in your futures:
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