From Aliyah Kovner’s review for Sierra Magazine:
Sometimes it’s hard to find the time to just play outside, poking under rocks and splashing in creeks like the kids we once were (or still are inside). A lot of us look back on those rough-and-tumble, alfresco adventures as formative life experiences, so it makes sense that as parents, we strive to give our children the same opportunities.
Jesse Burke began taking road trips to explore wild places with his daughter Clover five years ago. In the time since, they have criss-crossed countless state lines—Johnny Cash playing in the background—investigating the country’s great outdoors together. Like any camera-toting dad, he snapped pictures of his kid at each destination. Except these snapshots weren’t just the standard family-album variety, because Burke is a professional photographer.