Need more days like this!
What’s that? A rare photo of me on my Instagram page! This one was taken on the summit of Crestone Peak with my namesake mountain, Kit Carson, in the background.
I'll be on the water for a good time
Looking back at you till you're out of sight
Baby this is war this ain't no game
But this is the life I choose I won't run away
So I'm picking up my sorrows
And I'm praying for tomorrow
But if this is my last chance
Just hold my hand, hold my hand, hold my hand,
Cause baby I'm gonna love you till my eyes roll back
All the oceans put together couldn't hold my back
You can shed a tear baby it's okay
Just hold me down if I ever drift away 🎧 Deployment Song
My bro @aaronkelly47
stops for a brief photo op halfway up the bacon gully on the Crestone Traverse. Many months later and I still can’t get over this view. Of the Sangre de Cristo range, not my brother 😜
Driving on open roads was fun
Scoping out the route up the bacon gully (aptly named) to the first of two peaks for the day.
What’s better than the silence of a snow-covered wonderland?
So my ski trip to Bozeman didn’t exactly go as planned. Dislocated my right shoulder at the top of Big Sky on the first day, and ended up in a sling for the remainder of the trip. Then, the temps were so far below zero that fishing was impossible because the eyelets would freeze after the first cast. Not to mention I had dislocated my casting arm. But all things considered, I still had a great time. I got some killer runs in before my injury, got to hang out with some awesome people in a beautiful cabin, visited West Yellowstone and talked fly fishing with the locals, soaked in a hot tub with a beer in hand, ate plenty of yummy food, and simply enjoyed the crisp mountain air without any sort of schedule or agenda. So yeah, Big Sky did me dirty; but no injury could ever dull my love for Montana. This place is special. And I’ll be back with some unfinished business when the snow melts. 🎣
Love a good tree line next to a lake
Opening in a little over a month! 😳. Good thing we’ve got a hot tub and sauna...😏
Descending Broken Hand Pass during the Crestone Traverse last summer. The mountain in the backdrop is an awe inspiring 13er named Crestolita.
It's hard to be cold when your dog offers so many warm moments. 📸: @kristenmohror
"One of the rarest sights in yosemite. The natural marvel usually occurs during a two-week stretch in the early part of the month on the east side of El Capitan. When Horsetail Fall is flowing and the weather conditions are just right, the setting sun illuminates the ribbon of water and granite face with a fiery glow."
Hike By: @markian.b
East Coast fences on a West Coast beach. This was the last shot I took before my battery died, which I was actually a bit grateful for because it gave me some time to sit on the sand and take in the last of the colors as the light disappeared. I like life behind the lens but I try to make sure I take some time for myself to see it all with my eyes rather than a viewfinder.
Living with Samara is never predictable. Sometimes she wakes me up jumping up and down saying something about photos and sunrises and I end up half asleep in a car...
This isn't exactly a rare occurrence and can happen at any time, day or night. Thankfully these trips typically always include coffee and sometimes even unforgettable sights like this one.