In the summer of 2015, I was able to live and work in Yellowstone, the oldest US national park. It was an incredibly rewarding experience because I spent all my free time hiking, camping and just exploring everything the park had to offer, including the very diverse staff. There were people from all over the world: Germany, Russia, Poland, Thailand, and nearly all fifty states. The friendships I made have lasted through the years, even over state lines and oceans. Here is a small Tour of Southern Yellowstone , the area I spent most of that summer exploring.
All of the photos used as page headers and their attributions when necessary.
Photo by Zak Covert.
A semi truck faces difficulties while pulled over on the side of I-25 South between Albuquerque, NM and Las Cruces, NM. (2017)
Garbage of the city gathers in a drain on a residential street in Northeast Albuquerque, NM. (2017)
The cover page of The Scoop: 50th Anniversary Special Edition. The photo on the left half is courtesy of the NMSU Library Archives. The photo on the right half by Ignacio Soto Conde.
Panoramic view of Hayden Valley in Yellowstone National Park. (2015)