10 Aug 2016
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Tags: Canyonlands National Park, Colorado River, military veterans, Moab, utah
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Canyonlands National Park in southeastern Utah (near the town of Moab) is not only filled with countless majestic canyons, mesas and buttes that overlook the equally majestic Colorado River, but experiences some of most majestic and epic storms anywhere in America.
As evidence by this photo from the Canyonlands National Park site here on Facebook, the storm-filled vistas of this beautiful national park are a magnificent place to take photos and teach 4K & VR videography to the military veterans who will be with us in the near future.
A video record of Canyonlands National Park is what veterans and the 59 VETERANS PROJECT will be creating when our project kicks off in the upcoming months. We hope you check back with us here on Facebook for updates and the photo-journalist articles we have to share with you (here: https://www.facebook.com/59veterans/
). And hope you join us as we ascend this lofty summit together!