Doin me a heckin concern fren🤨
Climb mountains not so the world can see you, but so you and see the world.
Eh de admitir que a sido una de las experiencias más increíbles de mi vida,hacer un sendero de 4h por un glacial es increíblemente alucinante. Gracias a @trollexpeditions
por esta experiencia.
So long summer.
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One of the bigger bulls in Glacier National Park.
One of the most horrible things about growing up is you have to one day face the question if you want to own your home. All morning and yesterday I have been making all sorts of random phone calls and emails and it’s just becoming frightening 😔 How I wish I was far away from where I am right now oh how lovely it is to be alone and camping in the mountains ⛺️
After driving along the middle fork and just missing this view with Emily and Alex, I went back the next night and got the moon where I wanted it, just peaking over the shoulder of Mt Saint Nicholas. The larch were still sporting some gorgeous color in the fading afternoon light - Montana is magical.
This one didn’t make the cut for next months show but only because I don’t have room for all the ones I’d like to hang.
I miss you, Montana.
Autumn is way too short a season so I’m going to continue to mix fall foliage shots in with snow photos as long as I feel is necessary. This was one of the many incredible views in Glacier National Park this fall. 🍂
Watching the sun fade behind the massive Mount Siyeh at Cracker Lake, one of the better moments from this summer. 📷: @curtisbennett
A late afternoon cruise in some of the windiest conditions I’ve seen at St. Mary’s Lake.
4,500 miles, 12 days, 7 states, 2 Canadian provinces, and countless national and state parks and one absolutely incredible wedding in West Glacier. Thankful for this man and all of the new memories, I couldn’t think of a better road trip partner 🤙🏻💜