It might take a while, but it’s worth it.
It takes a lot of patience to be a fisherman, and I have no patience😂 Have you ever tried fishing? What did you think of it?🐟
When we visited Iceland last fall we happened into a week of beautifully clear weather. The skies were an Arctic blue that permeated even the darkest of volcanic sands. As was the case at Vesturhorn, a long and thin peninsula of land on the southeastern coast, near Höfn.
The warmth of late summer felt contrary to a lot of the photography I’d seen of this place... dark, foreboding... ancient with its folklore.. it’s trolls.. wait, trolls? It’s hard to describe, so the closest I can get is like a life-sized vignette. Dark and cold around the edges. Symptomatic of the isolation this country of 334,000 breathes in on its tiny patch of dirt in the North Atlantic.
Yet, here we were, all sunshine and smiling. Until we met this guy. A common tale in the thread of a life lived on... no, IN the extreme. Here the indifference of nature is as foreboding and delicate as the ripples of volcanic sand that formed our friend’s salty grave. We carried on, lest the sands of time lay us to rest in that very spot.
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Haven't talked about it much, but looking at some of the recent pictures into the wilderness behind Red Rock really makes me thankful for the (almost) year we just did north of Seattle. Yes, it didn't go as planned, and the move back was bittersweet (but not necessarily a step "backward")... But had we never had gone up there and pushed ourselves to assimilate to the PNW life and hike and explore, would I even be out in these mountains? Or would I be sitting inside complaining about living in the desert like we've done for so long? Maybe Washington was just meant to open our eyes and try some new things. As I write this, my rockstar wife @alwaysroomformooers
is taking a handful of girls up to Cathedral Rock at Mount Charleston. Never would have guessed this would be our jam, but here we are 🤣 So Washington, thank you. Turns out, we're desert rats anyway. I've always believed in "Find Yourself - and be that".... Turns out, it's okay if you're still finding out who you are, even in your mid-30s. 🙌🏻 #FujiFilm #xt2 #FujifilmX_US
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Lago Di Braies on a moody evening. Insane to have this places all by myself 🚣 Would you visit in the rain?
You just light up my world
É possível falar com os olhos?
after a bunch of days in Norway with some unimaginable experiences we’ve headed to northern Sweden. we’re currently south of Sarek National Park and the nature in Sweden is beyond what we ever thought it was - very impressed!
Here’s a classy shot from @kaihornung
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Just take one sip they said
| The Sky is a Neighborhood | VI
Cloudy sunset at Fort Edward in Windsor NS.
Astronomers predict there are approximately 1 billion trillion stars in the observable universe. Being able to capture the night sky is one of my favourite aspects of photography and always keeps me looking up. #WHPlookup
Had I taken this photo now I would have done it a lot differently, but this shot is from last summer and I only had the jpeg to edit so given that I am quite happy with it, haha!
It's not really about the pictures we took,but all the moments we've left behind,this is the record of a titbit of my memories and my life.
Flowers and butterflies are always friends. Happy day for you.
Back in 2016, I hiked up a volcano in the dead of night (in about 40 Celsius degree heat) to get about two meters from this lava.
Erta Ale is an (obviously) active volcano complete with spitting lava and all (see second picture), located in the Afar Region in Ethiopia, about 200km from Eritrea.
There has been conflict and instability in the region ever since the Eritrean-Ethiopian War twenty years ago, but violence has escalated since 2012. Consequently, tourists have lost their lives from the ensuing border and ethnic dispute as recently as December 2017, when a German tourist was shot as he descended the volcano. Nearly every country advises against traveling to this region as a result.
The Afar Region is one of the most inhospitable in the world and is the hottest inhabited region in the world, managing to climb to a staggering 56 degrees Celsius when I was there, hiking around at 9 in the morning.
Home is a feeling, not a place. So carry it with you wherever you are.
Hi Nanay, I’m safe here. ❤️