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Olympic National Park By Cliff C. Serrano
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The three distinctive ecosystems at Olympic National Park were a true wonder to photograph. From high alpine country with glacier capped mountains, to ocean fronts teaming with wildlife, to rain... More > forests full of ‘green” adventure, there was never a dull moment for my camera.< Less
Crater Lake National Park By Cliff C. Serrano
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Near Shock upon First Sight: Standing Along the rim of Crater Lake is like nothing else. It is the deepest fresh water body lake in the United States. It can only be described as a blue enigma! When... More > I visited Crater Lake in July to photograph this precious national park, it was like stepping into the fiery moments of Earth's creation. Because the lake is filled almost entirely by snowfall, it is one of the clearest lakes in the world. I’ve never seen anything like this before and I believe that I never will again! Simply amazing!< Less
Tumacácori National Historical Park By Cliff C. Serrano
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Tumacácori reminded me so much of the beauty and splendor of the great churches and missions of Northern New Mexico. My visit was in late March and yellow wild flowers consumed the vistas and... More > sidewalks leading up to the mission itself. Visiting and photographing Tumacácori National Historical Park was awe inspiring and a true delight for the visual senses. Tumacácori sits at a cultural crossroads in the Santa Cruz River valley. Here O’odham, Yaqui, and Apache people met and mingled with European Jesuit and Franciscan missionaries, settlers, and soldiers, sometimes in conflict and sometimes in cooperation.< Less
Story Told On Lava Rocks By Cliff C. Serrano
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La Cieneguilla Site is home to one of the largest collections of Native American rock art called petroglyphs in the American Southwest. Human, turtle and bird figures are the most common etchings and... More > account for about a third of the petroglyphs. Some of the lava rock etchings are thought to go back to the Archaic Period - 8000 to 2000 BC but most of the images are from the Puebloans and date to between the 13th and 17th century.< Less

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