Out of my mind - be back in five minutes ✌🏻🤯🧠🤯✌🏻
still wishing for more snow. anyone who says climate change isn’t real is full of 💩. just sayin.
The air becomes cold and icy as the evening sun sets. Sounds of squirrels chittering echo in the distance. There is a calmness that infects the night as a steady breeze touches your back. You watch the sun falling behind the horizon and as the last rays disappear, green dancing lights take over the night sky.
Grizzly in Denali from very far away. Apologies for the iPhone zoom skills. #explore_often
Always remember, your #focus
determines your reality. - George Lucas
Let the count down to sitka begin ⏳
3 more days till Turkey Day; dinner happens to have most of my favorite foods on Thanksgiving.
A view of the boreal Forest close to sunset! I just would like to say if you ever get a chance to visit northern Alaska I would recommend getting in touch with @coldfootcamp
for an Amazing trip of the north country! Amazing people,unbelievable tours and great food! Also will show you some incredible country along the way!
“Look mom! I’m a chameleon! Can you see me?!?”🌱🌿🦎🌿🍃
Found a new trail in our neighborhood today, Woffle approves
Don’t we live in such a winter wonderland? ❄️
It’s hard to believe this is the longest I’ve spent on this wild, rocky coasted island since we moved here and it’s just been 5 weeks. Sometimes I long for a place I feel more rooted and others I’m glad I live the kind of life where I can chase stories around the globe at a moments notice. See “I don’t know” is the most commonly used answer to a question I’ve employed since @kalesthecook
joined the coast guard. Because most often we really just don’t know. Kaleigh’s ship has been broken since April and since then she’s sailed from Baltimore to San Diego, all through the Inside Passage of Southeast Alaska, and across the Great Lakes. I’m unbelievably proud of her and can’t wait to celebrate Thanksgiving with her in Michigan. I’ll be quiet on here this week and just want you to know how thankful I am for your support and encouragement this year. ♥️ #kodiakalaska
Ice crystals, ice crystals everywhere.
Since I got such amazing feedback from you guys on my Alaska Photos, I would love to thank you with a holiday giveaway! The closest person to answer this question wins an aurora print of their choice; How many total photos did I take on my trip to Alaska??? Don’t forget about all the time lapses that my cameras took as well. Like this post and comment below with your guess!! .
#alaska #aurora #auroraborealis #northernlights #giveaway
When A Storm Is Coming All Other Birds Seek Shelter.
The Eagle Alone Avoids The Storm By Flying High Above It.
So In the Storms Of Life, May Your Heart
Soar Like An Eagle...
I know I said I was excited to take some shots of the cold weather... But I miss the warm adventures! 😭
It was gloomy and it was dark and it was wet hence we decided to do a 9 mile hike to the waterfalls last Saturday. 😅 Aside from the countless tripping and tumbling, it was awesome!
Rainy drive about 30 seconds before a legit wild pack of family dogs formed a road barricade and insisted I go no further. Guard dog level 💯. Certified good boys.
A time lapse of @stardustimages
and I slipping around on the ice and taking countless photographs while the northern lights dance around in the sky above us. It’s crazy to see the wide variety of shapes and forms that the aurora can take over time. I’d also love to hear an explanation of why in some places it creates a pulsing flicker as seen in the lower right corner. Any ideas?
#alaska #aurora #auroraborealis #northernlights #plpix #timelapse
Kayaking, climbing, ice skating.. so many different way to explore the ice. How could you not fall in love with glaciers?
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to the world’s best adventure buddy! @alaskan_bren
🏔 I love you today and I will love you more tomorrow! ♥️ 🎁 🎈
Happy Sunday everybody! Here’s a shot I took while in Williams Cove up the Tracy Arm to get out of the 3 foot seas!
Almost got stuck on this little rock out cropping on a hidden beach in Alaska. High tide was coming in and we were not paying attention but instead enjoying the sunset. So in turn we got to walk through the freezing cold ocean water back to shore. Worth it. Still alive and still got our toes. Our couchsurfing host also had a broken heater in his extra tiny one bedroom apartment so we dried our boots and pants by hanging them in the bathroom. Some homeade soup warmed our souls that night more then a heater ever could, so it was all good! 👽
This mother Brown Bear paused midstream in Hallo Bay for a drink as she led her cubs to a safe, fresh field of sedge grass they could eat.