I am very pleased to have a large print on display at the Tysons Corner, REI in Virginia (Go see it.). It’s a photo I took several years ago in Shenandoah National Park’s Northern District of an approaching storm front. It’s a pretty dramatic shot. The print is a 30″ x 45″ , 1/4″ acrylicContinue reading “Tysons Corner REI Displays Amy Linn Doherty Shenandoah Print”
A tribute to Frank Lee Ruggles, a champion of National Parks and public lands and waters through his photographic work.
The fireworks in DC are always pretty magical with the monuments as a backdrop, but this year the weather was perfect, too. I was pleased to capture more of the motion, depth and dimension of the fireworks this year, not just the lesser dimensional blasts. ©Amy Linn Doherty and Pawpro Media Unauthorized use and/or duplicationContinue reading “DC Fireworks Photos”
Show your love and support for the National Parks. Follow the directions below to be entered in giveaway and chance to win this canvas. 1. MUST HAVE A VALID U.S. ADDRESS TO PARTICIPATE AND WIN GIVEAWAY 2. Complete steps 2, 3, and 4 in the giveaway promotion dated 12/1/2020 on my Instagram profile, instagram.com/amylinndoherty byContinue reading “Canvas Giveaway Contest Rules”
A historic crossing in the
Mystery bird and creature forms mounted to McLean, VA road signs make for a fun scavenger hunt.
As a traveler, how should you decide whether to proceed with travel plans as we head into Summer 2020.
Got a sinking feeling? If thinking about the COVID-19 Pandemic, the impending presidential election, climate change and the myriad environmental challenges we face gives you a sinking feeling, that sensation might be more accurate than you know—especially if you live on the eastern shore of the U.S. The Mid-Atlantic Region, part of the North AmericanContinue reading “Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge: A Sinking Treasure”
The quintessential Western landscape, Monument Valley is probably one of the most photographed spots in the world. A Navajo landscape so etched in the worlds’ collective photographic memory that it’s been on my travel bucket list for years.