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ChrisBurkard (@chrisburkard) Instagram photos and videos
List of Instagram medias taken by ChrisBurkard (@chrisburkard)
Inside passage. High tide on the estuary creates a maze of paddleable water. Low tide on the other hand is an impassible mud bog where birds feed on the surface. What a difference 6 hours will make.
Happy Birthday Ansel Adams. Thank you for a lifetime of inspiration with & without a camera. It was your work behind the lens that speaks to me most. Your voice for wild places & advocacy for preserving the ones you loved most. You truly lived the motto that wilderness is a necessity, not a luxury. 🙏🏽
Desert Road. Ever think how cool it is that most roads evolved from simple animal paths. Eventually those paths were followed by larger animals, hunters, horses and at a certain point cars... all taking the path of least resistance. Although not all roads evolved in this way, it something worth considering next time you are driving one of your favorites.
Which park is Yours? It’s a simple question, but when you really start to consider which National Park or Monument is the one you consider ‘yours’ it becomes almost impossible to decide. Some places immediately call out to us on an almost spiritual level, others are earned over time, by each footprint on the trail. I’m honored to help people find their own by sharing my images & experiences in what’s has been called ‘America’s best idea’ . Working alongside the National Park Foundation @goparks this year on the #findyourpark campaign. Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve in Colorado is pictured above... a park that has most recently stolen my heart & imagination. @greatsanddunesnps
A photo of seemingly nothing... but also everything. . During a commercial shoot for Fjallraven a few years ago, I created some TV spots & photo library introducing the brand to the US market... we explored the rainforest of the Pacific Northwest as our backdrop, this was one of my favorites from the project. So much wonder amongst these trees.