Third in line for the “Sunset Series” at the upcoming print art show in Kelowna is this moody sundowner.
“Until Tomorrow” - was also captured out on the beachfront of Monty's Beach Lodge in Jiquilillo, Nicaragua in 2016. The image was captured on the same house building initiative that I mentioned two posts back so I won’t repeat that portion of the story. It’s always amazing to see the different imagery you can capture from evening to evening in almost the exact same location and scenario. This is very close to the same spot I shot the first sunset image (“Sunset for One”) at Monty's, with vastly different results. Anyone who has seen one of these coastal sunsets with their own eyes knows that it is well worth sitting down to enjoy the show, night after night and this one did not disappoint. One of the American building volunteers had just come out of the water and was venturing down the beach further to see if there were any leftovers waves worth wading back out for and I captured this as he walked away. There was a fair amount of editing done to this photo to achieve the composition that you see here as I was not happy with the way it was originally shot, but I’m pretty sure no one will be able to spot the changes. The colors and contrast are adjusted, but accurate. I’m ready to go back!
Here's a heads up...if you're wanting to do the Abel Tasman and prefer a peaceful walk, consider doing it in winter. The sun still shines but there are about 10,000 less people. Like I did, you may even get a whole bay to yourself!
This guy talked and sang to us the entire time we spent taking a break at the end of our hike when we reached Mills Lake last year in Rocky Mountain National Park. If you’re interested in reading about the trip I have a blog post on my website that covers the whole week we spent in Colorado.
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From a week spent wandering, hiking, and enjoying as many sunrises as possible last summer in Italy. Words will never do this place justice. And if we’re being honest, neither will photos. But I still wouldn’t mind a lifetime of trying.
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You'd be surprised at how clear the waters can be in Mexico. Here's a small look into the waters when we went swimming with fishes in the south!
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Visited this lake multiple times last year, and each morning was so different. Some days were clear, some were stormy, and each sunrise was incredibly beautiful. This particular morning it was raining when we woke up, and suddenly the sun broke through the cloud sending pink and orange light pouring through.
As the morning went on, the wind picked up and a rainbow formed across the entire lake. Definitely a magical moment in the alpine✨🌈
Yep, you'll get a little dusty at Havasupai. So what shoes do you bring? In short, you're going to need two pairs of shoes.
⛺ 1. I highly recommend quality hiking boots for the 10-mile hike in and out. It is important to have the proper foot and ankle support on the rocky stream bed during this trek. I love my @Keen hiking boots for this reason.
⛺ 2. But once you are at the campground, having comfortable water shoes is a MUST for exploring the different waterfalls. You'll be in and out of the water, especially when hiking down to Beaver Falls. I love @teva sandals because they are lightweight, comfortable, and can be easily strapped to the outside of your pack. The ones pictured do not have support or grip, so shop around if you are looking for that. It didn't bother me, but there is some scrambling on the way to beaver falls, where it would be handy.
You're likely adding unnecessary weight if you're bringing more than two pairs of shoes! I also wore my hiking boots to descend Mooney Falls and tied them onto my day-pack when I got to the bottom.
In my "camp at Havasupai" blog post, I review the necessary gear that you will need for a successful backpacking trip. Read the full list by using the link in my bio and clicking this image.✨