I very rarely post pics of myself on IG but sharing this one. Cliff jumping into beautiful Crater Lake has been on my bucket list and I finally did it!! The view is absolutely breathtaking!! The water is so clear that you can see straight through and it really is that deep blue. The water was 38 degrees fahrenheit during my jump so yes, it was quite cold but exhilarating after a beautiful hike! Some fun facts about Crater Lake: The lake is the deepest in the United States with a depth of 1,949 feet, ranks ninth in the world for maximum depth, and has a surface elevation of 6,178’.💙 💢POTD Day 25: Nature💢
Another shot of Haystack Rock at Cannon Beach. I knew right away when I saw it that I wasn’t going to do it justice, and I’m okay with that.
There are so many viewpoints along the way on the 101. You can choose whenever you want to stop! This photo was taken with my new Canon Rebel!
First night in new Tacoma home has been graced with hummus, pita chips, rain & thunder. As well as a single moth. In other news I've gotten film back from as far as September so I feel like sharing right now. Just the best feeling. 😭
During the weekend, @christchurchnz
gave us an assignment: to discover our home base. The journey started off with three friends and one campervan from Christchurch to Banks Peninsula. Exploring this part of the country has greatly resonated with my fondness for nature, and has profoundly deepened my love for Aotearoa and its beauty. We discovered hidden gems that we never knew existed. We spent time with some of the local people who shared history about the existence of the natural habitats around the area. I urge everyone to discover more of their backyard - it’s something we often take for granted. Never forget your roots and always appreciate the little things in life that come free to us, such as the breath taking beauties of our nature //
A brisk morning amongst giants. Awe struck, listening to the wind howl, clouds moved across the most beautiful mountains I’ve come across. 🗻
Pretty sure 🧚🏼♂️🧚🏻♀️🧚🏼♂️ live in these flowers...
surrounded by silence and the sound of the occasional avalanche. so many moments where i felt as if i was dreaming in new zealand 😅
Unexpectedly ran into a couple different friends today while hiking Lena Lake with @brecarey2
“Push yourself because no one is going to do it for you.” .......….......
Backpacking this weekend pushed me in more ways than one and I am better for it.
Dreaming in wild flowers.
Haven’t posted in a while but I’m back | Johnston’s Canyon | 6.24.16
Port Townsend, Washington. July 16, 2016.