Searching for Solitude Yellowstone National Park: A Peaceful Path to Connecting with Nature

Searching for Solitude Yellowstone National Park: A Peaceful Path to Connecting with Nature

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The magnificence of Yellowstone National Park has made it one of the most treasured landscapes in the United States. It has also made it one of the most crowded -- traffic jams, elbow to elbow overlooks and hiking with the masses. This book offers both philosophical and practical ideas on how to have a more profound and peaceful visit to Yellowstone National Park. It also includes dramatic photography that is the result of avoiding the crowds and finding unique perspectives. This e-book will inspire you to make the most of your precious time in Yellowstone.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013906020
Publisher: Wild Mare Productions
Publication date: 01/14/2013
Series: Searching for Solitude , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Pattie Logan is passionate about discovering places that inspire magical, emotional, and spiritual connections to nature. She is an Emmy Award winning TV producer and writer whose work features interesting humans, inspiring landscapes, and animals.

Pattie wrote the films that are shown in the visitor centers of Rocky Mountain National Park and Great Smoky Mountains National Park. She has been a reporter for CNN and TBS, covering environmental issues and solutions.

Pattie has a Master of Arts in American Studies from the University of New Mexico where she studied the complex relationship between people and nature.

She grew up primarily in Arizona and Colorado, meandering through desert washes and hiking up mountainsides, falling in love with the natural world.
Visit for her blog about connecting with nature.

Cheryl Opperman is a nationally acclaimed nature photographer who has traveled to every continent in the world capturing spectacular images of nature, wildlife, and indigenous cultures.

Her aesthetic compositions, artistic use of light, and exquisite detail have been honored with several prestigious awards from The Earth Day Network, Nature’s Best Photography, the International Photography Awards, and the National Wildlife Federation. She was also recognized as a leading female nature photographer by Outdoor Photographer Magazine in 2010.

Cheryl is widely published with photographs appearing in print, on the web, on television, and in solo and group exhibits. Some of her clients and credits include American Humane Association, Overseas Adventure Travel, Denver Post, National Geographic Society, and Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.

Cheryl uses the power of photography to inspire interest in the environment and other cultures. She has spoken at schools, camera clubs, and for the National Park Service, and the North American Nature Photography Association.

In 1992, Cheryl earned a Bachelor of Arts in industrial/scientific photography from Brooks Institute of Photography, graduating with honors.

To order fine art prints of her work, visit 

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