Il tramonto al Dead Horse State Park, proprio fuori dal Canyonlands NP, è uno dei più belli che abbia visto in vita mia. Caldo e avvolgente. Una figata pazzesca, come tutto lo Utah, lo Stato in cui si trova.
Di questa emozionante esperienza del nostro ultimo viaggio negli 🇺🇸 e di tante altre ancora trovate un post al link in bio.
Stasera ripartiamo per la prossima meta ma, data la pioggia prevista per l'intero week end, dubito potrò scattare fotografie con questi colori. Ci vediamo intabarrati sotto un ombrello a pois!
𝙵𝚘𝚛 𝚊 𝚖𝚒𝚗𝚞𝚝𝚎 𝚝𝚑𝚎𝚛𝚎, 𝙸 𝚕𝚘𝚜𝚝 𝚖𝚢𝚜𝚎𝚕𝚏.🌄
Can you believe this place is considered the smallest national park in Utah? I think it’s one of the most extraordinary places on earth!😍
这趟跟家人的旅行 我姑姑问我们到哪了？我说今天咱去Bryce Canyon, 就是布莱斯峡谷。我姑姑说这里一定很好看 不然就不会叫“不来就死”😂
Day 64: Today we met up with our friend and fellow traveler @paxtonalsgaard to hike up Angels landing before parting company. The weather however sought to derail our plans and set a freezing sleeting rain down upon us. Too late to turn back we finished the traverse and tumbled to the safety of Scouts lookout fully puckered. (Sadly we received news of a fatal fall some few hours after we left.) We separated from Paxton and climbed the West Rim Trail straight into the swirling clouds above. Like the creature on the airplane wing in the Twilight Zone movie we were wet and tattered and screaming into the heart of the storm but it stubbornly refused to change over to snow. Rain and cold are an incredibly dangerous combination offering no way to truly get warm. Forward momentum is the only recourse but inertia costs energy, energy costs calories and calories are finite. So we pushed into the withering place where your body is taxed and stretched and the hard strong unrelenting thing protected deep inside you starts to hollow and cave and collapse upon itself and all you can do is vacantly keep pushing numbly forward. It is no fun to empty oneself but when you are wet and cold at altitude it is far better to wither than to freeze. (By the way if anyone knows @kristenanniebell we could really use a reprieve from this winter storm! #knowyourdisneyprincesses )
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First kid.... first "hike". What were we thinking? It started on a paved trail and we thought... we can push the stroller on the "offroad" part of the trail! Nah. Troy ended up taking it back to the car and we decided to use our baby carrier instead, but not before we snapped this hilariously ridiculous picture of our big guy in his baby carrier on a trail in Snow Canyon State Park.
With the rules at Arches National Park stating that we cannot use low level lighting for photography, I have experimented with some ideas. I want to keep my moto of a natural and wild image. I guess some could say that low level lighting at night is not natural. I love what I have been taught about using the low level lighting to accent landscape features. Also it is quite crowded in the park during new moon nights.
This image is a composite image that I have stacked and blended different images to make the final image. They were taken with moonlight. One set of images was taken with a 9000 white balance. This set was to use in accenting Turret Arch. The second set was taken at 3900 white balance for the dark parts of the image. Foreground shots were at 11 mm, iso 2000 and 1.5 sec, f2.8. Before the moon came up there was a set of images taken for the milky way. Iso 5000, 20 sec, f2.8. The tripod and camera stayed stationary for every shot.
Life’s Little Moments
Two friends watching the sunset, as I watched it with my love, and captured it with my lens. This was the final color in the sky on Sunday night after a long burn. See my video a couple of posts back. By the way, this is a typical sunset on the island. Aren’t we lucky? It’s little moments like these that add up to make a happy life...if you realize their significance. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Hey hi! Long time no post. I’m just here to say I will most likely not be posting on this account anymore and only posting on @itsmelissak ! I’ll be posting some of my work and fun stuff over there so head over! All 3,000 of you!
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𝘛𝘏𝘌 𝘛𝘖𝘈𝘋𝘚𝘛𝘖𝘖𝘓𝘚 🍄
A land of balanced rock formations which look like mushrooms, The Toadstools is an enchanting wilderness area accessed via an easy to moderate 1.5-mile round-trip hike.
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“If it keeps up, man will atrophy all his limbs but the push-button finger.” – Frank Lloyd Wright