A gorgeous morning up above the clouds yesterday, looking northeast with the Columbia River and the small community of Genelle obscured far below.
Hello Weekend, you old friend. I don't see you enough. Wish you would come around more often.
"An Emerald Reflection". 2016. Emerald Lake, ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐍᐏᐣ Nēhiyawēwin (Plains Cree) Homelands, Yoho National Park, British Columbia.
This was the first time we’d been back to Emerald Lake since we got engaged at the base of that mountain a few years before. During that visit, the lake was frozen and we were among the few people out here. This time, the park was packed and it was a challenge to get good shots without several tourists walking by. Patience and strategic angling paid off, however.
Bruh. Those mountains are real. They exist. Ya. I know. Insane. 😍
📸: The very talented @jordanisginger
🤗. He's got more photos of me posted on his page. Go check them out!!!! Hopefully we will work together again in the winter for some fun snow shots😉
52: Evening sunset hikes are a thing! Just make sure you go with a group, have many flashlights (in case they run out of battery) and loud conversations to keep the animals away. It's actually a lot more fun than day hikes 😂
Wow just got back from some incredible performances @ a taste of fringe thanks to @craftedcanada
for the tickets!❤️ Super fun with old friends❤️ #fringe
Fall is here, goodbye to another mountain filled Summer. Amazing memories were made. I’m already missing all the long sunny days and adventures. Can I go back? 🏔☀️
Let go of what fears you hold. Fear limits one's vision. Close your eyes. Listen to the wind. Let nature clear your thoughts. Be grateful. Be humble. And freedom will come.
It's the first of autumn today! Happy fall 🍁🍂
Ahhhh to be in the mountains 🏔⛰
Race Rocks Lighthouse. Built in 1860. The second oldest lighthouse in western Canada.
24mm of rain in the last 24hrs here in Vancouver! Starting off our weekend with an educational moment on the effects climate change is having in our own neighbor hood: summer droughts followed by severe rain are the new norm... an increase up to 11 per cent projected by 2050 and 20 per cent by 2080. This poses a threat to not only pipe infrastructure but also a much greater risk of landslides in mountain areas.
Just me and a girl losing her hat at the beginning of the glacier! &no I didn’t climb the glacier in these shoes, turned around after this pic 😂
Crazy to see how much our glaciers have receded
He’s always trying to eat something, but same 🤷♀️
Like mother like.. doggo?