So it's been over two years since I retired from the software business. The time has really flown by on the one hand, and on the other we have visited and explored so many amazing places, it feels like ten years. Even though I have enjoyed keeping this blog and taking pictures, there has been a bit of a vacuum in terms of being a part of an organization with a mission and interacting with people besides Lynnae, Tucker and random campers. Instagram has brought a lot of things into my life that are good (thank you, Jeff!) and one of the best has been being discovered by the Outdoor Project.
The OP is trying to build the premier web site for helping people get outdoors and find adventure in our wonderful mountains, deserts, beaches and other natural places. They combine high-quality photography with original maps, GPS tracks and guidebook-level commentary and information. I have been a contributor to the OP for about three months now and have become one of their top outside contributors. I have learned a lot about travel writing and photography and have thoroughly enjoyed seeing my photographs on such a high-quality site.
The site is also a great resource to anyone traveling in the west, particularly the Pacific Northwest, where the OP is based and where most of their content is focused.
I invite you to check out my home page (http://www.outdoorproject.com/people/bio/8156), a recent feature article on our travels (http://www.outdoorproject.com/blog-news/southwest-sights-featured-contributor-denis-leblanc) and especially look at some of my adventure write-ups (http://www.outdoorproject.com/people/contributed/8156).
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