Captivating Photographs of America's Parks Through the Ages

It’s worryingly easy to forget, in our present age of digital ephemera, that travel has not always been recorded on a whim and reproduced in an instant. Some 100 years ago it would have taken months of complex planning and no small amount of improvisation to travel through the Untied States – let alone to archive one’s experiences for posterity. This summer a new exhibition at New York’s George Eastman Museum, entitled Photography and America’s National Parks, serves as a heartwarming reminder of tourism as it once existed. via AnotherMag