This was a morning I won’t be forgetting any time soon. @reneeroaming and I woke up at 3am to go for a sunrise hike. It was still dark, but as we rose above the clouds we knew we were going to be in for a treat. After the sun had risen and we were finished with our photos, we decided to go for a walk around the meadows and found this cute little cabin with what has to be one of the most beautiful views on earth. I wouldn’t mind coming up here every now and again for some alone time, would you?
Shot on the @sonyalpha A7R IV and 24-70 lens. F4, 1/2000, ISO 100
@chadtorkelsen - I’ve dreamed of seeing this view from nearly the time I first picked up a camera. It was so incredible finally getting to visit the Milford Sound in person and see Mitre Peak, even if it was only visible for 5 minutes before the rain came in. #earthoutdoors10k
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NEW PROFILE SHOT 📸
After more than a year I decided to change my profile pic as I am so excited for winter 😍❄️😍 Do you like it? Let me know 😜 I love blue - I think it’s matching perfectly with the snow when I was hiking in Axamer Lizum on Monday. But I think it’s skiing time now, right? •
I am quite happy with my sports climbing at the moment so I am hoping I can keep the 7a level up during winter (at least in the gym). •
What are your Plans/goals for winter?
“Don't surrender all your joy for an idea you used to have about yourself that isn't true anymore.” — Cheryl Strayed || Something I’ve been wrestling through a lot lately is: why do I feel so out of place when I stay in the place I pay rent for on my days off? If I’m being honest, there was a time when my tendency to run was driven by fear. I would run off to put distance between myself and the situations, the feelings and the people I didn’t want to run into in the aftermath of divorce — my life looked nothing like I thought it would or should and I didn’t know how to face that. But somewhere down the road I was running down, things shifted and the running away turned into running towards all of the the things I said I needed when I walked away. And following through with those things feels like the best — and only — way I know to honor what I’ve come from. 📸: @missemmamarie_
Exploring the outdoors has been a big factor in keeping me grounded when I was in school. It was something I would look forward to, kinda like a reward at the end of a big exams. Being able to be outside gave a great sense of freedom and rejuvenate my spirit from the confinement’s of countless hours in a clinical setting. To commemorate all those trips within the past 2years I compiled this little video.
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“Water is the driving force of all nature.” – Leonardo da Vinci.
There are over 300 waterfalls in Tennessee. If you don't like one, drive an hour for another one. Since moving to this state, we have been chasing waterfalls. Many more to chase.
The pines were roaring on the height. The winds were moaning in the night. The fire was red, it flaming spread. The trees like torches blazed with light.
📷 Photo: @evolumina, Emerald Lake, Field, BC 🇨🇦
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And now, a moment of zen.
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"Животът е твърде кратък, за да се събуждаш със съжаление. Така че, обичайте хората, които се отнасят с вас добре, и забравете за тези, които не го правят. И вярвайте, че всичко се случва с причина. Ако имате шанс, грабнете го. Ако той промени живота ви, допуснете го. Никой не е казал, че е лесно, просто ви обещават, че си струва." ~ Харви Маккей
Guys, I'm soooooo excited today! 😆 I can share with you the chat I had with the lovely @hirasahmed on her new podcast, Living Your Truth! Whoohoo! 🥳
Hira's an artist & creative coach who's created her podcast to share stories of creatives, with all the little messy bits, bumps and grazes that we all share in our unique lives. I can’t wait to hear the stories of the other people she’s spoken to! We talked all sorts of things - courage, wildlife (of course!!), confidence and, well, just getting on with doing what scares you! Go give it a listen! There's a link to it in my bio or search for 'Living Your Truth' in your podcast app. That's me on episode 3! Oh, and swipe for a sneaky snippet! >>>>> .
Have a great weekend, lovelies!
Planning which locations I can get to over the next two weeks.. got a trip to South Wales coming up but I can't sit still.for more than two hours!
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Bize bir mucize verildi onun adı hayat sakın boşa harcama. Sen geçmişinle tanımlanamazsın.Sen aslında her an yeniden doğmaktasın sahip çık şimdi.
Bazen boşluğa sıçramak ve kanatlarını açıp süzülmek zorundasın. Hayatta tekrar yoktur. Ama şimdi başlayabilir.
Ve yep yeni bir son yapabilirsin.
We were given a miracle, his name is life, don't waste it. You cannot be described with your past.
Sometimes you have to jump into space and spread your wings and soar. There is no repeat in life. But now it can begin.
And you can make a new end.
It’s crazy how you can be out in the wilderness one day –completely disconnected from the world in terms of tech, but more connected than you’ve ever been when it comes to nature – and then back at your desk in front of a screen the next.
That’s one thing that’s always confused me about photography. No matter how remote the experience might be, you always find yourself whipping out your laptop to edit a few captures whenever possible. I’m curious: do you think that interrupts an otherwise immersive trip? Do you edit on the go or wait to drop photos until you’re back in society?
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📷 and words by @q_randall
Edited by me #intercontinentalfriendshipproject “Man, this is Bertha Lake in Canada's Waterton National Park. You wouldn't know it from the picture but huge parts of this park burned down in 2017, and are currently unaccessible.
Bertha Lake was one of the few parts that were spared. It is only accessible by foot, which takes you through a portion of the burned out forest.
We made the hike up in the mid-morning and once there, we decided to walk around the perimeter of the lake. That added unexpected distance to our hike but it was incredibly peaceful out there.
At one point I stripped naked and jumped in the lake. It was as cold as you can imagine!
There are a couple campsites hidden in the trees up here that I am excited to stay at next year.
From here, you can actually make a 15 kilometer hike into the United States and Glacier National Park. Very unique”
My good friend Ian recently returned from Alaska after a summer of working on a boat post quitting his desk job. When he returned back to Northern Colorado, he asked me to take some photos of him and I was more than happy to help. So we decided to drive up a canyon near where we live and brave the crazy winds of the mountaintop to grab some shots!
Been dreaming of visiting this place for years, and finally made it happen! We did a lot of things this trip that were unplanned, and the slot canyon was one of them. There are 20 miles of canyons to explore, and we opted for the less popular one, which was just as beautiful. I love being able to travel and go with the flow - we had 2 extra days in the South West and definitely made the most of it. Can’t wait to share more of the trip☀️ Photo taken by @angelaliggs