Cenote. The forest in the Cienaga de Zapata has a few of those. Big holes in the ground, like small lakes. Those cenotes are actually an entrance for exploring caves and tunnels that stretch for kilometers into Mother Earth's core. The origin of cenotes is the accumulation of water in underground pockets. Whenever the eroded rocks are too fragile to hold any longer, they collapse and create the cenote. Diving in there is quite dangerous as it is easy to get lost and run out of oxygen. You can also damage your air tank by hitting it on the ceiling of one of those tunnels. I'm sure you can find guides who know the area though. Cenotes offer spectacular cave scenes and strange wildlife.
Back at my sweet spot! ☺️
Jardin du Luxembourg is probably the most popular park in Paris. The park, situated near the Latin Quarter, offers a lot of variety and attracts all kinds of people, from students and parents with children to tourists.
The gardens, which cover 25 hectares of land, are split into French gardens and English gardens. Between the two, lies a geometric forest and a large pond. There is also an orchard with a variety of old and forgotten apples, an apiary for you to learn about bee-keeping and greenhouses with a collection of breathtaking orchids and a rose garden. The garden has 106 statues spread throughout the park, the monumental Medici fountain, the Orangerie and the Pavillon Davioud.
The love of my life @sirallen7
and I spent our 7-month soberversary on horseback with an incredible dinner at the finish.
In the middle of the desert 🐪
Lugar: Desierto de Zagora
Happy Friday! What adventures will you embark on this weekend? 👇🏻✨
Lunch break under the tree line
Day 5: “Currently getting ready to fall asleep at around 10,500 feet. This place is crazy. On the way up here there was lightning on all sides of the mountain, but not directly on top.”
This is what i wrote the night i took this photo. Reading what i wrote on this trip makes me super thankful for everything i got to experience.
Is it too soon to be dreaming of snow? ❄️
Mosquito Creek ft. a bug on my lens. 🐜
I may not make it up another peak until next summer, but I definitely won’t regret ending the peakbagging season with this view 😍 Best trip yet! #keepitpublic
Just casually taking a nap on top of a mountain - Work hard, play hard, revel in your accomplishments (or quiety take a nap to celebrate) 😋
Yes those are the actual colors of the spring! This was recommended to me by a gentleman that I met while shooting that sunset in the Tetons. There is a parking lot for the hike where those little people are down there, but I parked in the Fairy Falls parking lot. As he explained it is a parking lot on the left that looks way to full for no reason haha. Pull in and park at the Fairy Falls parking lot and there is a nice easy hike about 1 mile up to this lookout and view of the spring. It’s a little steep but nothing crazy. Amazing view of this spring and talking to people that were down by the spring, if they had to choose one, they would recommend the hike up to the view point. Enjoy!