Strolling through the desert. I enjoyed watching an old man doing all he could to hike the highest dune. It took him a while, but he made it.
24 minutes ago214
It was July 9, 2017. I pulled off of Highway 35 along Flathead Lake to take photos of the sun behind a thick line of forest fire smoke. At the time, I did not know this would be the (early) start to one of the worst wildfire seasons in history for Montana and it would burn over a million acres 😔 I pray that 2018 will be a FAR less active season.
A raft of otters in Sitka Sound, photo by our photography instructor @lioneclarephotography // These adorable marine mammals are one of many that find home in the oceans of Southeast Alaska and you will likely see and be able to photograph several on one of our wildlife watching tours! We are currently working on setting up tour bookings through our website, so for now contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (907)-738-9890 with any questions or to book a tour.
Oh so many beautiful memories under this rock, from playing yahtzee, buliding fires, to finding a gift from sasquatch after digging the whole inner cave out, this whole place contains magic that can only be experienced to percieve. #blessed#endlesslove#nationalforest#staywild
Sorting through old edits and outtakes. Can't tell one from another sometimes. Square format prevented me from posting this before. A good..third of this shot missing from the top of it. Took a lot of horizontal shots to pan this vertically, so it is overwhelmingly taller that what is visible. Honestly though, how many of you even bother to look up as you hike through the forest? Just assuming the trees are too passive to silently drop a heavy branch on your blissful head. If I had to title this photo anything it would probably be Respect. I hate giving photos titles though. Like those pre-meme motivational posters.. just dig the light. Or the dark. Whatever. See why I hate outtakes?