Fog creeps it’s way in, it dances in and out of the trees and then sits overlooking the valley below before quietly moving on... They say the most beautiful things in life have to be felt, not seen or touched, and I really believe that. My soul literally craves this sight & this shift in energy. It’s an unexplainable feeling but a very, very beautiful one. 🖤🌲✨
I need to make something today.
We dreaming of the day we can go for a swing this fall! Carnival wristbands are on sale now - get yours today! Link in bio #CWStateFair
Super grateful for all the experiences I’ve had lately. I’m super blessed to have the adventure partner that I do, the squad that I have and the opportunities that life presents to me. Have a great weekend, everyone.🌲✌🏼
We woke up in Olympia, excited to head out for day 1 on the Peninsula. We spent a couple hours driving around getting groceries and things we needed for the camping trip, things we couldn’t really fly with. We drove to Quinault. I, of course, cracked a few suuuper cheesy jokes about vampires and werewolves. We set up camp and decided to go for a drive along the coast. The fog was low and the humidity was high, tiny raindrops were coming and going and everything just sort of fell into place. We were finally back in the Pacific Northwest and I was so overwhelmed with excitement. I truly feel like a piece of my soul resides in these forests and cliffs, and the moment we stepped onto the beach, I felt like I was exactly where I needed to be. 🖤
changing these pieces to a wall installation
Awe, gloomy weather. When the fog rolls in and the forest appears to dance in the clouds. This is one of my favorite things about the Pacific Northwest; the way the clouds touch the earth and the smell of moist evergreens fill the air. When time seems to stand still but you can feel the cool mist moving and hear the birds chirping. It’s all just a part of the magic. 🌲🖤
Mighty Ponderosas in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest.
It’s // red // white // blue // so...
Monument = Middle Finger
Subject = White House