This piece originally appeared on Travel + Leisure.
The National Park Service is looking to pay a full-time photographer close to $100,000 a year to help take portraits of the nation’s parks. The photographer would also contribute photos to the Library of Congress’s collection of historic buildings and engineering.
There’s no doubt that the subjects would be fascinating and varied. Photos in the Library of Congress’s HABS/HAER/HALS collection include such diverse images as Frank Lloyd Wright buildings, the Pueblo of Acoma, the nation’s remaining one-room schools, and the Golden Gate Bridge.