In the Summer of 2016, me and my photographer girlfriend set out to travel coast to coast across the United States - NY to LA and back, and visit the main landmarks along the way. The trip lasted 2 months, we covered 10,000 miles, and I've created some of the highest resolution non-panoramic gigapixel photos of USA's many landmarks and National Parks.
We started the trip through northern routes 80 and 90 and first visited Chicago and Badlands in South Dakota, Multiple places in Wyoming including Devils Tower and Yellowstone National Park (witnessing wild American Bison), then went down to Utah, Salt Lake City, Bryce and Zion National Parks, Glen Dam in Arizona, Grand Canyon and then Los Angeles. After visiting The Getty and Malibu beach in LA we took the CaliforniaCoastal Route 1 through (then burning) Big Sur all the way to San Francisco. Next - Yosemite National Park, Sequoia National Park (witnessing 300ft Giant Sequoia trees) and back to LA. From there we started heading back to NY through routes 80 to 70, and thus drove through Northern Nevada, Reno,Tesla Gigafactory (by accident), Great Salt Lake Desert, and Colorado where we visited our last landmark - Rocky Mountain National Park. From there we continued following Interstate 70 through Kansas and Missouri, back to New York City.