End of summer traditions. Wrapped my time in Europe with a visit to this gem of a place in the Pyrenees. Every time I think about this stone house, should it be here or should it not ? Does it mess with the landscape? Either way I always come back from this place energized and finally ready to head back to the US.. Thanks for the good times France 🥐✌🏻
This photo might suggest the opposite but this shelter in the Julian Alps is a pretty comfy place to spend the night. Specially when there’s sideways rain for most of the night. Shot this image a few hours before the storm broke, then we hunkered inside to feast on bread and chicken soup. Living the dream💫
Mission accomplished, sliding on late summer snow rushing down for a massive panini at the village below. Love this feeling of having finished something difficult- a project, a trip, a climb- and heading home satisfied..
This weirdly beautiful time of day between sunset and dark. On the right you see the sunset over the valley below but the stars have already appeared.. Spent the night in this old refuge and the next morning learned from the care taker that it’s going to be demolished in 2020 to make room for a newer larger refuge... Glad I could immortalize the ole a-frame 🏕
Deserted beach. The surf wasn’t great but the water was so clear that you could see all the sand formations underneath. A solid trade off. This part of France is quickly becoming my favourite; empty beaches and pine forests...
Ending a productive day on the Portuguese coast. A little outtake from our new photo storytelling workshop with @finn.
Drops October 10 only to those signed up to the list; link in profile🙏🏻 #FinnxStrohl
Out all the sports I think that surfing must be among the most calming & meditative ones. After every session I feel completely drained and at peace..
At the end of a steep and bumpy dirt road we stumbled upon this gem of a beach.. So far the Algarve coast of Portugal has blown away any expectation. And I can’t even show you the best photos.. will release them when @finn
and I’s workshop comes out this October. check the link in my profile if you’re curious #FinnxStrohl
What a difference a few months make. Photo 1: Lake Abraham, October. Photo 2: Lake Abraham, January. Still one of the most underrated places in the Canadian Rockies imo...
This is how the inside of a crater full of blue of hot thermal water looks like.. I can promise that it felt even better than it looked.. They showed us the way out after 1hr but we could have stayed the whole morning.
Just published a new film on YouTube, I do my best to answer why I go to the mountains.. watch at YouTube.com/alexstrohl or at link in profile⛰🤙 ps. some drones may or may not have crashed in the making of this film
I was never really into swimming until I met Andrea. For me it was just a way to cool down but I’d never seek it. But after seeing her love for the ocean and being dragged to the beach countless times I can say that it has grown on me. To the point where she gets out before I do🐋