Here was another “wildfire sunset” from Cannon Beach last summer, under exposed and shot through a variable ND and a poloarizer in an attempt to capture the halo effect the haze and smoke had around the sun 😊👌👌👏👏💕💕👏👏👌👌😊 Congratulations 🎉🎉
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Yesterday I did my first solo hike. All 12 km I was thinking about bears around😂
Pantai Oeseli cenderung lebih tenang dengan ombak dan gelombang yang tidak besar sehingga sangat nyaman untuk melakukan aktivitas berenang atau sekedar bermain air.
Berjarak hanya sekitar 3km dari Pantai Bo’a, di sepanjang jalan menuju lokasi akan banyak dijumpai perbukitan karang yang ditumbuhi dengan pohon kerdil yang nampak seperti tanaman bonsai.
Photo by @mariarahajeng
“Life is like the ocean. It can be calm and still, or rough and rigid, but in the end it’s always beautiful”🌊🌎
Every painted sky is a canvas of your grace. Every burning star a signal fire of grace. If the stars were made to worship so will I. If the mountains bow in reverence so will I. If the oceans roar your greatness so will I. For if everything exists to lift you high so will I. If the wind goes where you send it so will I. If the rocks cry out in silence so will I. If creation still obeys you ... so will I. - By Hillsong United “So Will I”.
Field of spring time paradise 🌼
The clouds can mean only one thing... hoodie weather is on the way.
a bit MIA lately - currently in Canada doing all the things.
The latest drop of Huck toques are coming early October. What colours would you love to see? 🎨#hucklifestyle
My last adventure of the summer felt more like a misadventure. I wound up way closer to a bear than I ever care to be again, somehow completely lost the trail going through a scree field (nerve-wracking), my phone screen shattered, and despite the sunny forecast, Rainier does what she wants and was decidedly Not Out.
I escaped the Tatoosh wilderness relieved to be in tact and headed for the more familiar trails of Paradise. At least the marmots were up to their silly antics, and I got to chat with some lovely folks who were also hoping for a glimpse of the mountain. After hours of staking out one of my favorite viewpoints while Rainier stayed completely socked in, I decided to call it a day. I stopped at the ranger station on the way out for an updated forecast, and they said more clouds and showers.
But I was not willing to admit defeat, so I turned the car around and drove back to one last spot to see if the clouds might move. Eventually the top of the mountain peeked through, then hid again, and I decided to wait it out, to the bitter end if necessary! After two more hours, just as the sun was setting, the clouds finally cleared and Her Majesty came into view. Cue my traditional last-hike-of-summer cry, the thrill of seeing Rainier AT LAST, and getting to say a proper goodbye + thanks for the summer magic—until I’m back in the winter with snowshoes.~
Inspired by the mist and mood of a Pacific Northwest forest.
📝: "Look after you,
to the time of your death
and remember that you are only a human"
📷: Sony A7iii, Sony 24-70mm f/2.8 GM
🔅: ISO 400, f/2.8, 1/60
Back to the PNW tomorrow 🌲🌿
Did some touristy things this trip 🏊🏼♂️
The view from the top is worth the climb.
Sweet dreams are made of these.
Hungry, hungry marmot. ⛰🌱🌿🌾
Washington Statue in front of the Old Capital building. Olympia, Washington. May 26, 2017
The Thomas G. Thompson docked at the Vigor Shipyards at the Port of Seattle. Seattle, Washington. May 25th, 2017.