Illness returning here very soon. It’s crazy how much you miss the mountains, the ocean and even the weather when you live inland.
Do you even chase waterfalls bro? 📸🔥©️
Right now at the top of Circle All Peak in Big Cottonwood Canyon. Spent last night on the mountain and got to wake up to this! Have a nice weekend everyone #iphone
Everything moved in slow motion.
Sometimes you need to bet on yourself
the feeling when you’re about to spend three days in the woods 🙌🏼 #neature
My solution to not being able to sleep...get out of bed at 3am, drive an hour and a half, hike around in the dark another hour; watch the sun come up, take some photos; hike back to car, drive home, and try again. #Utah
I couldn’t go to Sri Lanka and not take a ride on this famous picture perfect swing. It was actually much scarier than it looked! You had to climb high up on the palm tree, but it ended up being so fun and worth it. The things we do for the gram 😉
Ft. APEMAN ACTION CAM 💯🔥👌🏻
I’d walk through fire and rain, the easy paths and the rough terrains. I’d sing and wait for the echo, with a chorus of rivers running into the sea. I’d wait for you to come to me, like the sun climbing over mountains. While I’m the moon and I’d melt into you.
Yaaaas weekend vibes are approaching ✨🌙
Two years ago, I decided to go back to school for my Ph.D. Five more years of school – sounds fun, right?! I spent months perfecting personal statements and entrance exam scores and even longer worrying I wouldn’t get in anywhere. Well, it’s now 2018 and I’m about to start my second year here at Brown University.
This past year has been a whirlwind of exams, studying, exams, freaking out about prelims, then rinsing and repeating all over again the next day. Half the time my brain feels rusty and slow compared to everyone else in my cohort. I don’t think I’ve ever gotten a 25 (out of 100!) on an exam before this year. I’ve spent a considerable amount of time wondering what the hell I had gotten myself into.
But in spite of all this, I can truthfully say that this past year has been absolutely wonderful. From wonderful, supportive new friends in the math world to wonderful outdoor friends — old and new — it’s been one hell of a ride. My career feels like it’s definitely headed in the right direction, too. .
The summers are unfortunately shorter for me now, but I was able to do a trip down in the Sierra then a half dozen trips in Washington, so I’m counting that as a win. I feel rejuvenated and so ready for what this next year has in store for me 🙏🏼
We watched the trailer of Sharkwater Extinction with my son this morning before going to school.
It is the first time I tell him about the shark fin world trade and the risks of loosing our blue ocean if sharks extinction becomes a reality.
It is surreal to think how humans are capable of destroying everything and then waist so much money and energy trying to repair the damage... truth is, there’s some things you can’t repair...
If you love the wild and want to see this planet flourish and not perish, use your voice, your images, your stories to share thoughts and hopefully educate and inspire others to do better.
I like this quote...
“The most powerful weapon in the world, as far as I'm concerned, is the camera”. @captainpaulwatson
Morning countryside rainbows. Oh but a two minute glimpse.
Hiked 75+ miles, bagged a few new peaks, and ate my body weight in poutine and elk burgers. Til next time, Canada 🇨🇦
“There are far better things ahead than any we leave behind.” -C.S. Lewis
Just out here tryin to find the sunniest spots in Alaska. Ok, actually we just drove over four hours out of the way and still can’t decide what direction to go 🙈 the FOMO is reeeeaaallllll 🌞🏕 #vanlife #ourcamplife #alaska #hardingicefield #kenai
A woman waits to hail a cab. Local cabs can be identified by the old beaten up American imports strung together with mismatched parts and a bit of engineering ingenuity. They run up and down the Main Street carpool style picking up and dropping off passengers - great way to squeeze in and chat with some locals. The fare is 50 cents to a dollar.