when they hear
this is how
Mono Lake shoreline rock detail and reflection. Circa 1994. Leica M6 and Kodak HIE infrared with an 87C filter .
🔴, #📷🔴, #kodak
FINALLY friends and family. I have uploaded my residency work. Such an amazing experience. Two portfolios, Dry Land and Cyanotypes. All produced while an artist in residence at Dorland Mountain Arts Colony. Link in profile! 💖💥👑🦖
A grand window to experience the rising rockies 🇨🇦 simply unforgettable 🏔
You are limited only by your uncontrolled imagination and lack of attention to the feeling of your wish fulfilled.
Clouds breathing life in the evergreen feeling of #PNW
Don't die today. Solid advice.
It's a tad bit unsettling to see signs like these, but even on an 85° day, they have to be taken seriously. Always carry plenty of water, and turn back when you've finished half of it.
Reaching for a “jug”
If nothing else, Joshua Tree taught us exactly what sandbagged means 😂 📸: @kmcderby
There is no “off season” in the Pacific Northwest. Just make sure you’ve got the right jacket for the season and you are assured lifelong memories of the colors, textures, and echoing expanse of this amazing place.
Shoot me a DM if you want to explore PNW with me 🙌
We do it all the time...psychologist John Gottman calls them ‘bids for connection’, where the person you’re with responds either by turning toward or away from your bid. The bid for connection can be in conversation, a physical touch, or a random ‘hey, look at that!’ comment. It happens all day with human interactions. These are the moments where stability and trust grow and Gottman proves in his research it’s the most significant factor in successful relationships! Any thoughts? .