Happy hump day folks.
A FB memory to my first ever Scottish winter trip many moons ago. We all pray for winter days like this and hope for a few more next month up in the highlands, and for some epic ridges.
@andrewmilton6 (pictured in photo posing for me rather than taking 😉) has just written a nice and easy blog on photography. Like me, we're not pro's but we just like to get out and create memories of our trips. You can see his blog here https://www.adventurecrew.co.uk/single-post/2018/01/17/5-Tips-For-Adventure-Photography
Happy hump day y'all!
May we all sleep in a wild place on the ground with nothing but sky above at least once in life!
This shot is of @shannonshape for @511tactical catching the first rays of the sun as it crests the peak of the foothills of Mount Whitney.
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For many people a storm is the worst weather you can ever get.
For me it's the best one as it offers me the opportunity to see the most amazing skies.
This is like life, it will be always good as long as you keep positive.
Para mucha gente una tormenta es el peor tipo de clima que se puede tener.
Para mi es el mejor ya que me da la oportunidad de ver los cielos más increíbles.
Y eso es como en la vida, mientras te mantengas positivo, la vida siempre va ser hermosa.
“The ultimate meaning of religious experience is felt in such a way that all of oneself is included. It is total, it is unified and unifying. It is not the experience of oneself as male or female, as black or white, as American or European. It is rather the experience of oneself as BEING. It is at such a time that one can hear the sound of the genuine in other human beings. This is to be able to identify with them. It is to ascribe to the other person the same sense of infinite worth that one holds for oneself." Howard Thurman
Photo: Ice sculptures on The Loch, Rocky Mountain National Park, CO, January 5, 2018
The snow doesn't stop our resident mountain man/construction manager Tyler Garverick from going around and checking on all the job sites! He even found a lost dog and is being a good samaritan trying to locate the owner. What are you doing on this snow day?