Daniel Walter Hill

Throughout his life, Daniel Walter Hill has carried a camera in his hand. He can recall the first time he had one in his hand. In the form of a modest automatic point-and-shoot camera, his grandfather handed him his first camera. In addition to establishing honest poses that give the photographs an air of authenticity, his family was also enthusiastic about posing for birthday photos and striking any other imaginable posture they could think of! The support he received from his family fueled NAME's interest in photography.

Visits to National Parks on the East Coast are highly recommended.

Summers at the Hill house meant planning trips to national parks along the East Coast. Dan will be grateful for the visits for the rest of his life since they not only brought the family closer together, but they also ingrained in him a lifelong interest in wildlife photography. Mr. Hill recalls his family's vacations to places like Acadia and Biscayne with fondness.

This summer, they're taking a vacation to the Florida Panhandle. image
Taking photographs of the Atlantic coast, from Acadia National Park to the mangroves of Biscayne National Park and the wetlands of Everglades National Park, has unquestionably been a life-changing experience for Daniel Walter Hill.

At the moment, the West Coast

Daniel Walter Hill has taken it upon himself to offer his children with the same experiences that he experienced as a youngster, following in the footsteps of his forefathers. He wants his children to share his love of nature, and as a consequence, trips to national parks have become something of a family tradition in his own family's household. This time, though, their travels would take them to national parks on the West Coast.

Among the national parks that he and his family have visited are Yosemite National Park, Yellowstone National Park, Redwood National Park, and the Grand Canyon National Park.

Daniel's blog page contains entries on his travels to national parks as a youngster as well as holidays he's had with his wife and children. You are free to look at the page and learn about his photographic adventures in these parks while you are there.