Spent the day walking around #durbarsquare
and can see the magic and spirituality of the place.
Sad to see that the earthquake and its effects are still rampant in the city.
Hoping to see these architectural marvels restored soon!
Inveruglas Isle popping out of Loch Lomond!
Hope you enjoyed your Sunday! Here is a memory from a day off last year in Canada ! I am usually saying that I don’t have plans with my @advanturouslife
but I secretly hope that I will be able to go back there one day with the van 😄
Had two epic days of hiking, tomahawking, slashing, and surfing a sick local zone with the crew. Spot the Dutchies amongst the birch forest! //🗻🍺
Everyone who's driven through Wyoming knows it kinda sucks, right? A whole lot of flat nothing... BUT when you go to the right place in Wyoming, it's pretty freaking awesome and it's damn beautiful! Lots more Wyoming awesomeness for me to discover.
Queen of the Northern lands.
These images always captivate me. A slight long exposure will bring out the slightest details. Pictured here, and what makes me want to keep taking these types of photos, is how you can see the swell period to the horizon. I printed this exact photo in metal. Scope the story if you wanted to see how it turned out.
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Had one heck of a mixed bag of weather the last 20 or so hours.
It was like we were in two different places even though it was only one.
Once upon a time, there was a human who stood atop a mountain at dusk. There, amidst the other millions of stars, was one that stood out to her more than all the others. She wished on it every night, spent evening after evening with it. Finally one night, she called out to it. "Come, beautiful star. Come down from the sky." The star answered,"As much as I enjoy your company, I am afraid of falling." The human said: "But you are a star, in the highest of skies. Why do you fear falling?" The star answered: "I am sure that should I fall, my universe will come crashing down around me and nothing will ever be the same." The human said: "But falling is one of the most beautiful things you can do. See, how you would light the sky and set it ablaze, and a million people with their gazes set on you will close their eyes to make their wishes. But I, do not need to wish, for if you fall, then mine is true. I will be the one to catch you." .
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This morning I went out to take photos. I woke up at 6:20 and walked down to the beach only to realize the waves were coming right up to the ramp and there was no accessible place to stand in the sand. So, I waited at the bottom of the ramp with my telephoto lens and tried to capture what I could. The perfect wave rolled through and I captured the exact moment I wanted, only to realize later on that it was not in focus. That is something that I consistently struggle with, but something that I love figuring out. That’s what makes photography addictive: the hundreds of screw ups to capture that one perfect image. This was taken a few weeks ago during the last big swell to hit Southern California.
Guatemala 🇬🇹 #backpacking #volcano #photography #eruption #guatemala #wanderlust #acatenango #fuego #naturephotography #roam247 #fireweek #culturetrip @roam
- " light up the night " - You guys couldn't even imagine how proud I felt when I took this picture. Without a doubt this is the nicest picture I've taken so far. Perfect night, perfect spot. It worked out so well for me that evening! It all started off with a pretty exhausting hike up Mount Acatenango, a 4000m high volcano in Guatemala. When we arrived at basecamp we set up our campsite, lit up a campfire and sat down waiting for Mount Fuego to erupt. And as you can see it was totally worth it! Definitely one of the best things I've experienced in my life so far and I'm so glad I did it. It's a Must-do while traveling Central America!