I'm really enjoying this concept, maybe a little too much. I may play with this more over the next few shots or I may do something new. Who knows.
I've already learned a lot so far and I just wanna keep the momentum going. Yeyeah.
The more often we see the things around us - even the beautiful and wonderful things - the more they become invisible to us. That is why we often take for granted the beauty of this world: the flowers, the trees, the birds, the clouds - even those we love. Because we see things so often, we see them less and less.
Joseph B. Wirthlin
1 422 January, 2020
Dreamy cabin vibes
Thank you @jameslloydcole for always taking amazing photos ❤️
So it’s only 150 days until the official start of summer! I absolutely can not wait until the start of summer for all the hikes, trails, and long warm days that come with it. It has been raining pretty much every day in Vancouver, which usually means heavy snow in the mountains and Interior of BC. Which is not the most ideal conditions for shooting.
This shot was taken at Wedgemount Lake. It’s one of those “Must do” hikes if you are in Whistler. I was trapped in the clouds while up top and managed to get some crazy cool dramatic effects because of that. Only a matter of time before I can hike these mountains again!!! 🏔
↠ Oregon coast 🌊
Such a cool day. We meet up with a bunch of people and did a small bonfire on the beach - unfortunately the we didn’t get the sunrise we had wished for..but I guess you can’t be lucky every time.
34 1,87322 January, 2020
Frosty views❄️💭 The views of our adventure through Alberta have been magical like these. Sprinkles of snow on the trees and beautiful mountain peak covered in snow. Who else loves views like these? With @travelalberta#explorealberta
131 2,61522 January, 2020
Da janela do trabalho. Só em pensar que domingo estava voando pertinho do Cristo, me dá até um frio na barriga..rs