Sitting on the plane, waiting to take flight to London, I just can’t help but to keep smiling. I get to start the London marathon knowing that i did this all for a good cause. Thanks to the amazing people in my life, I hit the goal of raising 5K for American Institute for Cancer Research. There’s no way I could have done this without all of you. I am so grateful. When I start running on Sunday I will continue smiling knowing that there is more to this run than just a medal. This is not the end of my giving...it’s just started. Even the sunrise this morning wanted to bless me so I had to share. Thank you from the bottom..and the top of my heart! ❤️💙🧡💛💜
The other day during my double-wedding-weekend, it was getting hot and I said to myself "Iceland would be nice right now". ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Iceland is the country I've traveled to most. Five trips. 3 times around the entire country. Snowmobiling, adventuring, seeing the Northern Lights and of course waterfalls. It's addicting. Do you have a favorite country? Let me know below!
Miss you Iceland. 🖤
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Deserts aren’t barren wastelands. As this shot shows, a hike through the desert reveals a tremendous amount of life, specialized to make a living in challenging conditions. Snow-capped Mt San Jacinto beckons in the distance.
This remote town and the mountains surrounding it took our breath away! We rode through on our way to our next stop and this was one of the few settlements that we saw along the way. The entire road is really scenic but this viewpoint was pretty special 👌
#Paris from Mirabeau bridge. The bridge with the original Liberty statue is Beaugrenelle. •
This time I tag my NYC friend, an excellent artist and photographer, @chrislordnyc
I’m sure he has a smaller #eiffeltower and the gigantic #libertystatue 😁 •
and a gorgeous friend/artist from Sarasota, my dearest @lookwithsonia5966 •
Please visit their insta-stream. •
Weekend is just in front of the door, courage! 😀❤️ •
PS: My dearest Sonia, congratulation for artist interview & featured once again.
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Got so busy living I forgot to keep posting... not necessarily a bad thing! ✌ But now my camera memory card is full so it's time to share a few pictures so I can start making room for the next adventures!
SEEN EAT: Sky Bistro – Top of Sulphur Mountain. Banff, Alberta.
With views like these, how can you pass up an opportunity to visit Sky Bistro?!
Download the SEEN app to check out more of Banff and the incredible Rocky Mountains. Link in bio 🙌🏼.
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Lexi, researching while trying to see how close her feet can get to the electric heater. // The ascent up to Ta Xua via DT112 was rough. The road is seriously decrepit and steep; slow-going for tired old bikes. With the rising elevation, the temperature dropped and I really wished I had some gloves. Ta Xua is known for providing amazing views of a sea of clouds, but as we ascended, we drove straight into the floating translucence. Visibility was extremely difficult and the road turned to mud. Fortunately, we reached the top before nightfall and found a homestay. Chatted for a bit then retreated to our bunks to read and try to get warm by the heater. // If you decide to ride to Ta Xua, be warned that DT112 should be avoided North of Ta Xua village (the top); we were told the road gets even worse and would be a sure fire nightmare for most riders. // #longliveadventure#taxua#vietnam#shotonmoment#momentwide
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The Catholic Cathedral of Limburg (Limburger Dom), dedicated to Saint George, is located on a rock above the old town of Limburg and the river Lahn.
Have a blessed Friday and a wonderful weekend ☀️
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If you look really closely you can see a tiny Nick trying to walk through the really thick snow 😂 #canterburynz
Last week I looked up the Aurora forecast and it was supposed to be pretty good. So, my wife Joan and I headed out to the Matanuska Valley to see if they showed up and to photograph them. It won’t be too long before it's too light out to photograph them until Fall. We went to this location along a river with a stunning mountain backdrop. It was a dead-calm night and not very cold either. As I usually do when waiting for the Aurora, I began to make some normal night-sky star images. Joan mentioned that she had not seen this many stars in a LONG time. I didn’t really think there were THAT many stars than what’s usual for a non-moon lit night. But after I reviewed some of the photos I changed my mind - LOTS of stars! I really like the fact that just a few clouds were around. They make for some interesting images.
This image was shot on a Canon 5D Mark III with a 16-35mm f/2.8 III lens shot at 17mm @ f/2.8 for 20 seconds at ISO 10,000.
The morning news. In an age where we consume so much of our information via digital platforms, taking the time to sit back and read a newspaper is a welcome repose. Hoi An, Vietnam during our recent workshop with @picsofasia. Stay tuned for some big announcements and we're looking forward to seeing you on a tour this year!