National Parks: Deserts, Forests, Badlands & Canyons DVD




DVD: National Parks: Deserts, Forests, Badlands & Canyons

This video tour of 20 National Parks starts with Grand Canyon National Park. Enjoy the solitude and grace of Joshua Tree’s desert, bask in the majesty of the Redwood forests, and see the profound colors of the Badlands. These 20 National Parks adorn America with ancient landscapes of magnificent natural wonders.

In 120 minutes, you’ll enjoy all these landmarks:

    Grand Canyon National Park
    Saguaro, Arizona – Home to America’s largest cacti, majestic plants, magnificent desert sunsets.
    Death Valley, California – Despite its name, great diversity of life survives in this below sea level basin.
    Joshua Tree, California – A desert with surreal geologic features.
    Great Basin, Nevada – Solitude of the desert and darkest of night skies.
    Big Bend, Texas – A mountain range surrounded by weather-beaten desert.
    Bryce Canyon, Utah – A dream world of multi-colored rock pedestals.
    Canyonlands, Utah – A wilderness of countless canyons and fantastic buttes.
    Zion, Utah – Curious, massive sandstone monoliths.
    Arches, Utah – A landscape of colors, land forms, and textures.
    Capitol Reef, Utah – Filled with cliffs, canyons, domes and bridges.
    Black Canyon, Colorado – Crystalline rock walls and startling depths.
    Petrified Forest, Arizona – A 13,000 year old science park.
    Theodore Roosevelt, North Dakota – Known as the rugged badlands.
    Badlands, South Dakota – The Rhino and saber-tooth cat once roamed here.
    Redwood, California – Home to the tallest trees on earth.
    Shenandoah, Virginia – Cascading waterfalls, spectacular vistas, and quiet woods.
    Sequoia & Kings Canyon, California – Both parks lie side by side and testify to Nature’s size, beauty and diversity.
    Congaree, South Carolina – Primeval forest landscapes.

About the Producer: DENNIS BURKHART

Dennis has not only filmed every National Park, he is the first to film all 58 parks in HD. As a young man, he served as a National Parks Interpreter. As a producer and director for Questar, PBS, Discovery Channel, NBC and the Travel Channel, he has filmed locations and cultures around the globe.

Watch a preview of this DVD below:

More to Explore

Day to Night Photography DVD

Day to Night Photography DVD

Description DVD: Day to Night Photography You are inevitably going to stumble into scenes of bad lighting. With the right knowledge, you can transform this harsh, bad lighting into something unique and beautiful, all with a slight adjustment. Here you’ll learn everything you need to go out and capture shots…
Shooting Beautiful Landscapes 4-DVD Set

Shooting Beautiful Landscapes 4-DVD Set

Description 4-DVD Set: Shooting Beautiful Landscapes Landscape photographs are popular. Some are ordinary, some amazing. In this set of DVD’s, professional photographers, Ian Plant and Layne Kennedy, will help you discover your own landscape style. Ian demonstrates the technical and abstract aspects of composition including design and mood. He focuses…
Winter Photography: Exposure, Composition & Details DVD

Winter Photography: Exposure, Composition & Details DVD

Description DVD: Winter Photography: Exposure, Composition & Details Winter photography is challenging. In this video, outdoor photographer Layne Kennedy takes you to a dog sled lodge in northern Minnesota for tips on shooting winter scenes. He shows you how to adjust exposure readings so you don’t wash out the whites.