Bryce Canyon National Park Photo Hiking

Join Debbie & Anthony on their Photo Hiking trek through Bryce Canyon National Park. This chronological photographic recap of their trek across this beautiful National Park.

Debbie is the photographer. Anthony is the outdoors lover. He also enjoys his responsibility as an aspiring Photo Assistant. They compromised on a mixture of hiking and Debbie’s passion for photography. In essence, Photo Hiking tours of the U.S. National Parks.

Follow Debbie & Anthony on their Photo Hiking trek

This Photo Hiking book is a visual tour and recap listed in chronological order of their visit to Bryce Canyon National Park in March of 2021 as a mid-50’s couple. Debbie and Anthony, beginning in their early 50’s, started in earnest to visiting many of the 63 National Parks. They provide tips, tricks, and lessons learned from their 40+ National Parks visited during their middle-aged years with the hope it will make your National Park experience more enjoyable.

To Gaze The Summer Sky

When was the last time you laughed so hard that the unwitting tears of joy showed you your childhood self? When was the last time you cried so much that it washed away all your bottled-up emotions that longed forever to be set free? I believe that a complete life is a life with tears of all kinds. To gaze the summer sky is a compilation of three short stories that thrive on unblemished, basic human emotions about first love, adventure and friendship that genuinely could make you smile. Take a break to appreciate that a little smile can make your world a happy place. In your smile is all the peace that mankind could adore.

Meet Prasanna Vignesh

Doctor. Author of “Oh boy! You’re in trouble” and “To gaze the summ sky” Lyricist Wanderer.

The Protector

A heart divided . . . An enemy unseen . . . A riddle of trust.
Lindsey Dumont, photographer, must defend her home in the Pine Barrens while she struggles to revive her career and salvage a long-distance romance. What is God doing? And who can she trust? 


Meet Gloria Repp

Gloria Repp grew up in the Hawaiian Islands and the Pacific Northwest, and it was there she learned a love for wilderness that pervades her writing. Over the years, she has gained useful experience from raising three children, teaching school, and editing. She takes frequent trips to explore the Pine Barrens of New Jersey. Its lovely pine woods, tumbled ruins, and gleaming dark streams continue to provide inspiration and settings for her many books.