Bradly J. Boner is chief photographer for the Jackson Hole News&Guide and the photo editor of Jackson Hole Magazine and Images West magazine. His career as a photojournalist spans almost two decades of documenting some of the most culturally rich corners of the American landscape. He strives to capture the essence and spirit of the subjects in his images and uses photography to illustrate his love of the outdoors. This is his first book.
I first visited Yellowstone when I was about ten. My parents loaded my brother and me into an old Chevy Blazer, pop-up camper in tow, and we headed west from our home in the Black Hills of South Dakota, destined for the world’s first national park. We were a typical American family on a great American road trip.
Through the Lens of Time