The 10,000 Mile Stock Footage Road Trip

Stock Footage: Yoho National Park, Takakkaw Falls, Kicking Horse River, British Columbia



There’s nothing quite like a short road trip to clear my head and get out of the day to day grind. So if a little is good, then a lot must be better, right? Right! So we hit the road on a 10,000 mile long stock footage road trip. (In actuality, it was a bunch of road trips spaced out over the last five or six months with a week or two at home in between outings)

From our home base in southwestern Washington State my wife Wendy and I traveled by road well over 10,000 miles in total shooting footage all along the way. We managed to get as far north as Edmonton in Alberta, Canada. As far south as Los Angeles, California and as far east as the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone National Park. There were many loooong (12+ hour) driving days and many days shooting from sunrise to sunset but the footage we captured was downright spectacular and will make a great addition to our CrackerClips Stock Footage collection.

As we work our way through the edit que I will be making new posts to share the highlights of the destinations we visited and to let you know what new footage is available for you to include in your projects. So check back often and enjoy the ride.



Stock Footage: Rainbow, Riverside Geyser, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming




Other 10,000 Mile Stock Footage Road Trip Posts

- Redwood National Park
- Southern Oregon Coast
- Lighthouses





2 thoughts on “The 10,000 Mile Stock Footage Road Trip

  1. Bryan Mullennix Post author

    The theme I’m using on the main part of my site (where the searchable images are) is a special theme by Symbiostock Symbiostock is a group of professional and semi-professional photographers and illustrators who are loosely affiliated by the theme. All are welcome, please check it out.

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