JLHS photography students' last two trips this year were over animal and travel photography. On Friday, April 14th, the photography class visited Cedar Cover Conservation and Education Center in Louisburg, KS. Students got to take pictures of big cats, a wolf, foxes, and bobcats while learning about conservation. The following Friday, April 21st, the students visited Crystal Bridges in Bentonville, Arkansas. This destination featured a prominent art museum with outdoor walking trails. The outdoor trails had some artwork along the paths for viewing while hiking. Students will be making a keynote about their travel photography adventure.