We’re back at the Hillsboro Farmer’s Market! Show up early if you have a hankering for the shiitake eggs Benedict as we sold out last week!
I'm not from this world.
Much fun can be had on 4hrs of sleep 😄
Sunrise on the edge of the Salish Sea @wynnsp
Trading in the Cascades for the Alps for the next two weeks. Let’s see how this goes!
Such a beautiful sight to see. +_~
Gooooood morning ☀️
(ps I didn’t edit these)
Si emak minta tambah dedek tuh, minta nya ga main” loh, langsung 2 😂 #SumbaKuy #tripbarengsumpit
(came as a guest, left as a friend)
you can't love someone if you don't love yourself.
Now, I wonder.
How can I love myself when I don't even know who am I? 🙄
My goal was to make this look like a painting! I’m so happy with how these shots turned out, because to be honest I’m always hesitant about indoor light. I love working with natural light. Photogs out there: what are your shooting preferences? #seattleeevents #seattlefashion #fashionphotographer
A random lady took this on a Pile of garbage IPhone. But I love my dad and happy Father’s Day :)
Step into my cave, lots of food here
Downtown La Conner. La Conner, Washington. June 19th, 2018.
View of Alcatraz from Fort Mason. We wanted to visit Alcatraz on our trip, but we didn’t realize that during the summer, you have to book tours several weeks out since it is so popular. Instead, we just gazed at The Rock from afar during this beautiful sunset.
Distance from Portland: 10hrs 20mins
We sit on the flat edge of a cliff, watch the sun set behind the indigo mountains below our feet, below the bowls of curried lentil soup, enamel cups of wine, and socks drying on the tent.
Happy approximately 2 years of adventures, @sand_bone.
I wouldn't want to be anywhere else.
The High Line.
The hike up the Needle Peak Trail is stunning and everywhere I look, there are mountains. 761 m climb in just over 4 km. Half the trail is still covered in snow and the lake is frozen (I stab my pole in just to make sure).
One last look at the quiet shoulder season.
We drive east on Coquihalla Highway and take the exit for the Zopkios Ridge rest area. The path leading the trail head is interrupted by a cold fast flowing creek that our SUV could have easily driven through. Instead, we choose to walk across in our bare feet. The water is ice cold.
I have been dying to share these photos.
Gig Harbor, Washington. February 11, 2017