Tried a different shooting technique and editing style this time for #mtjefferson
, what do you think? Shot from a near by lake. * 3 shots, 2 stops
* 1/320 sec
on 24-105mm f/4
I’m always surprised at the hidden gems I find so close to Vancouver that fly under the radar, this place was straight out of a fairy tale! Using my S Pen as a Bluetooth remote to avoid any shake, I put my Samsung #GalaxyNote9
on a tripod here and paired it with a wide angle lens and a circular polarizer to remove any reflections and capture the motion of the waterfall.
#WithGalaxy #SamsungInfluencer @samsungcanada
Perfect temps for climbing classic cracks at Cereal Buttress #girlswhoclimb
The original man-beast, my Dad. ❤️💪
If I could spend every evening here I would. It might be cliched to say I fell in love with Hawaii, but man I really did.
(146) As I continue to marvel at the mass of ice through the rain and wind, I could feel the icy cold breath exhale onto my neck by the imposing fortress of white and blue, surrounded by the subarctic forest, mountains and Lago Argentina. The bold presence emanating from the glacier manifests through the deep echoing sounds of the ice and water that is constantly shifting within itself. It’s almost as if it is brooding and alive with emotions. “Snap, crackle, pop” kind of sounds can be heard disrupting the silence in this valley, competing with the rushing of the wind. Rainy days such as this enables ice blocks to be liberated from the glacier and tumble into the lake creating a “crack” so loud it resembles thunder itself. I catch myself holding my breath a few times, while waiting suspense-fully, hoping for another block to break away and cannonball into the water. The Perito Moreno glacier, while a force of nature, is advancing compared to many other receding glaciers, also embodies elements of peace and beauty. It’s vastness wrapped in so many enchanting hues of blues, depending on the angle of light and density of the ice, is sprinkled with an infinite number of kaleidoscoping crystals that will captivate and mesmerize any curious souls willing to navigate out here to Argentina’s Los Glaciares National Park. #patagoniancontinentalice #Elcalafate #Exploreargentina #peritomoreno #losglaciaresnationalpark
Nights like this are hard to beat // Jackson, WY
It doesn’t seem like much, but it means everything.
I love the mountains but the coast will always have a piece of my heart.
r and r during fishing season.
Vista Grande - Sea Ranch, California 2018 —————————————————————————————— 📷 Sony a7ii 🎥 Sony 28mm
⏱ 10 sec
💡 ISO 3200
projected over the Sandra Cinto mural on Ivanhoe
We made it to Smith Rock just after sun down to catch blue hour. It was chilly and just below freezing but the peacefulness that accompanied us was enough to make sitting and admiring the last light on the peaks worth every moment 😍
This concept was brought to life by two shots from that night, one of @caseyjaymoore
enjoying the last light on the peaks and a Milky Way shot taken about an hour later in the park 👌🏼
It’s amazing how such a destructive force can be so alluring. This EF3 tornado kept touching down and getting sucked back into the sky, and each time it returned to the ground it looked completely different. It was initially dark and twisted, then it got wider, and at one point it morphed into two separate funnel clouds. Sirens were blaring in town and the wind tore at my clothes, but despite this, there was a strange sense of calm. Nature really is the best drug...
Summits on our minds today... // Photo from Friend of The Goodland @jldaviestf
Good bye Autumn adventures 😭
Yesterday, I posted one of my favorite recent photos on Reddit and despite receiving over 14,000 likes from people and a few kind comments, there were over 100 comments about how terrible my editing was and how oversaturated the picture was.
So here's a daily reminder that it doesn't matter what people think, as long as you enjoy what you do and feel good about the work you put out there. Hope you folks enjoy this extremely unsaturated photo to make up for my other photo that was so saturated it apparently gave one commenter heartburn🤷🏼♂️
Pretty much every picture I post is edited, some may be more obvious than others, some are more colorful than others, some could be black and white like this one, but that's just part of my process. Cameras are designed to pick up what the eyes can't exactly see sometimes, whether it's a long exposure of moving water, stars in the night sky, or just a bit of extra color to really make a shot stand out.
A lot of the times, I try to be true to what I actually saw in my editing process, and other times I like to be a little more creative, sue me. I appreciate all the love I get from y'all and I hope y'all continue to enjoy my photos and travels.
Today in our class at church, we taught the kids about how to love animals and the importance of them. We taught them that protecting our environment is one way to do that as well. I believe animals are one of the greatest parts of our planet. I can’t imagine how people can be cruel to them, or how people can abuse the environment knowing that they are ruining someone else’s home. Let’s all protect the amazing creature of this Earth because they are just as important as us, human beings. Be kind to them, love them, protect their homes.
Here’s a few from today’s mini safari in Estes park and RMNP. Bird wings are easily one of the most beautiful sights when they’re in full flight mode. Much love for planet earth 🌎 ❤️
Just another day in paradise. 😎
I believe it's Summer in the southern hemisphere, however about 8 months ago while we were there it was quite the opposite, Autumn short days getting towards the winter and that is what we had the pleasure to experience. Few first days driving around the Banks Peninsula where fog an rain accompanied us the until we left south direction, it was wonderful nonetheless.
Absolutely incredible sunrise this morning from @skydeckchicago.
Loved how the fog rolled out over the city. Big thanks to @art.of.chi
for the invite!
Giants reaching for the skies 🗻
This camp was lovely. No designated tent pads, just find a flat spot and pitch your tent! ⛺ The next morning, we saw a couple of elk during a spectacular sunrise.
#personal #venturebeyond #womenwhohike #roam247
Memories from a relaxing morning.
Roaming with my Canadian friend @_terryzhang
around the island of Kalsoy in the wild Faroe Islands. Perfect shooting day, alone on the spot for most of the time. He’s kinda afraid of nothing, so he hiked the last path reaching the edge while I was taking pictures of him! Learned tons of stuff from him, it’s always good meeting new artistic individuals and try to understand how they work, sharing knowledge to each other. ( if you zoom in you can see the guy walking like was the easiest thing on a very steep cliff 😱🤣)
First day back home – first little tour this season. Quite a spontaneous one though. So ready for more! Thanks @_mountain_lover
↟↟ Another typical Andalusian scenery that we were driving through the last leg of our roadtrip. There's something mesmerizing about watching endless plots of farmland stretched out as far as the eye can see. Have a nice Sunday! ↟↟
|| Let us wander off,
we the wild adventurers,
the road seeking souls— t.k.
We’re heading off to Utah this evening with a couple of gal pals. A quick over-night in Moab and then we’ll mosey our way on up to Provo, before returning home mid week.
I haven’t been to Provo in a few years,
and as make my list of things to pack
and anxiously anticipate what escapades
along the road might bring,
I catch myself wandering
my mind’s maze of yesterdays,
back to the last time I was actually there:
Ms. Churchy (as my mom liked to call me)
visiting Alpine and American Fork,
April of two thousand fourteen.
I wore a blue dress,
A photo of us
outside the temple,
A few days before
we’d fly off to
what would be
our last summer together.
But I know it’s not good
to spend time in this space,
retracing steps in memories,
through the fog of time
and complex emotion,
getting lost in the labyrinth
of what could have been,
should have been.
And I know,
even if I had the power
to change any of it,
I wouldn’t move
the hand of time
a single second,
because I’d like to think,
deep down inside,
we’re both now living
the best days of our lives. || .
#meandtu #thesearchforeverything #lifeandtime #lifeandlove #everysquareastory #inspiredbyadventure #wheretonext #reallifemoments #thejourneyisthedestination #discovertheroad #roadtrippin #roam247 #pawsthatwander #thefoxandthehound #neverleavethedogbehind #collectingmemories #roadslesstraveled #overthehorizon #roadtripadventure #deserthighways #utahbound #exploreutah