I like this photo but then I don’t, I feel like the colors are to bright but then again I like the colors to be bright. Umm does that make sense? lol 😂
Imagine waking up with a view like this! Can't have a bad day if this is the first thing you see, right?⠀
Our last days in Sweden were really sunny and quite warm. We spend our days doing short walks in the area, reading a book and taking lots of photos!⠀
How do you like to relax during a trip?
White Sands National Monument
Mt. Rainier National Park
El Malpais National Monument
Reynisfjara beach in south Iceland is infamous for its “sneaker waves”. It’s basically a term for waves that go from a cute 8 week puppy to a menacing alien 👾 in no time. It is something that causes deaths even now. All I am saying is it is a good practice to google the place you are visiting and selfies can wait. #exploreresponsibly
Missing this place my heart Joshua tree. The day we all just said “fuck it” let’s go to Joshua Tree to watch the meteor shower. Best decision even though it was scary to drive at night for the first time, still worth it!
This cute cabin in the middle of Swedish nature has a glass rooftop! So it's perfect for watching the Swedish skies⠀
In wintertime, you can spot the stunning northern lights while laying in the comfort of your bed ⠀
And in summer you can stay up all night enjoying the midnight sun⠀
Which one would you rather watch: the northern lights or the midnight sun?
An aging Jeffrey Pine on Sentinel Dome in Yosemite National Park, California. Circa 1992. Leica M6 and Kodak HIE Infrared and an 87C filter .
The Grand Prismatic Spring is a scene stealer, but there are some other beautiful pools along the same boardwalk!
What's a camping trip without some good ol' star trail action?
One of our favorite places we explored was Norris Geyser Basin. We ended up there in the late evening and had the boardwalks almost all to ourselves. All the little geysers were popping and steaming, but Vixen Geyser was our favorite.
We used every camera we had to capture this geyser - digital (first photo), a video (second), medium format film (third), and 35mm film (last)! #wanderingalways
Sleeping in a cozy cabin in the middle of nature has "Dutchies Abroad" written all over it, right?⠀
So it shouldn't come as a surprise that we loved spending time in this lakeside cottage in Northern Sweden after finishing the Fjällräven Classic last summer⠀
We didn't do much other than reading, enjoying the awesome views (soooo many rainbows again!), taking plenty of pictures and working on our new secret project! ⠀
There was a fireplace in this small cabin, so even though temperatures were seriously dropping, we'd still be comfy⠀
Can you spot Britte working on the project?👀
Steaming sunset at Norris Geyser Basin... the perfect way to end an adventure in Yellowstone.
That's a bear track, right?! A wolf track? Or just another bubbling hole in the ground?
Seems like some wild beast stepped off the boardwalk and into a gurgling bit of Yellowstone turf!
Had an amazing time launching lanterns into the night sky this past weekend 🏮
The white "bobby sock" lodgepole pines all around the geothermal areas captivated our attention... especially around the big blue pools. This is a cool process that gives the trees socks, so google that if you are intrigued!
file under list of places i’d rather be
this past weekend and loved the story! Definitely recommend everybody checking it out - truly amazing climbing and cinematography. 🏞
As we went from one place to the next, it almost became normal, seeing these strange colors in the earth. Looking back at them now, its definitely not normal. Yellowstone is unlike any place we’ve ever been.
When we'd finished hiking the Fjällräven Classic this summer, we had some days to spare before our return flight home. We decided we were ready for some luxury and ended up at a charming tiny house near one of Swedens many lakes⠀
Northern Sweden isn't the most popular destination during the summer months. Most people visit this area around Kiruna when it's winter, and there's lot's of snow ❄️ And even though we can totally imagine why we also loved the peace and quiet in the summer⠀
A perfect place to recharge our batteries and enjoy the views🔋🌅