Introducing Agate aka “Aggie” the Siberian Husky who’s middle name is adventure. Aggie and her pawrents explore all over beautiful Indiana, breaking the mold of “needing” mountains in order to adventure. We love that they’re all about making the best of what they’ve got and seeking the hidden gems their state has to offer ✨
If you don’t already follow Aggie and her sweet mama Sara, I urge you to hit that “follow” button now. I promise you it will be the best decision you make today. They’re constantly posting about their training journey, absolutely breath taking photos of their adventures, and journey with raw feeding. They’ve even posted such great content on adventure gear care that I personally fell in love with.
Welcome to the Rep Fam Aggie and Sara! We’re so lucky to have you guys a part of our team. Excited to grow with you, learn along side you, and just get to know you guys even better. Please give Aggie and Sara a warm #LittoFam welcome below 🌼
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The earliest known turtle fossils are from the Triassic Period, approx. 220 million years ago. They are nearly identical to modern turtles! 🌍 Oh the wisdom of these incredible beings. Let us remember that many precious beings we share the planet with are much older and wiser than humans. Let us learn from them... balance, respect, and living in harmony 🌿🌿🌿
One silver lining of the pandemic became clear to me very quickly: video content all of a sudden was no longer a bonus for brands and individuals, it became a necessity. 5 years of growth in the visual storytelling space happened in the course of 5 months.
Anyway, I’m super humbled by and stoked on the project I worked on during the pandemic and the ones upcoming in the next weeks and months, and I can’t wait to share them with the world when they are ready for launch. It’s truly the golden age of visual content creation.
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I’ll keep you safe, you keep me wild
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The weekend has arrived! With the forecast looking to be sunshine and blue skies, we’re planning on hitting the trails for a hike in the mountains. What’s on your weekend agenda?
Promenons-nous sur la côte : direction Collioure par le sentier du littoral 🌾
Pour découvrir la région et se rapprocher au plus près de la côte et de la nature rien de mieux que d’emprunter le sentir du littoral.
Cette belle promenade aussi appelée « sentier des douaniers » ou « des contrebandiers » vous amène de criques en plages pour rejoindre par un sentier pédestre tous les différents villages de la côte Vermeille. Nous avons décidé de réaliser la portion d’Argeles-sur -Mer jusqu’au port de Collioure, un bon moyen de troquer la voiture et éviter la foule à l’arrivée tout en se plongeant dans les paysages.
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“Of all the paths you take in life, make sure some of them are dirt." — John Muir
Man, oh, man, we have been waiting all WEEK to share this weeks Property Feature Friday...⠀
You guys, we did it! We conserved the Grummett Wetlands! ⠀
The Grummett Wetlands are 13+ acres in Juneau, which SEALT purchased from Earthjustice last week using funds received through the Army Corps’s wetland mitigation program.⠀
The Grummett Wetlands parcel is adjacent to the southern edge of the Mendenhall Wetlands State Game Refuge on the north side of Douglas Island, in Juneau. This property is located within the extent of lands traditionally owned, used, and named by the L’eeneidí Clan of the Tlingit Áak’w Kwáan or People of Auke Lake Region.⠀
SEALT made the decision to name the property after the late Mike Grummett, who was involved with the Southeast Alaska Land Trust for several years, and who originally donated the property to Earthjustice (formerly known as the Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund).⠀
The Grummett Wetlands link the Mendenhall Wetlands State Game Refuge and a 108-acre parcel of conservation property owned by the City and Borough of Juneau. This property is also one of the only undeveloped upland boundaries next to the Mendenhall Wetlands State Game Refuge making it a significant refuge for wildlife, as well as a unique place for wildlife to access the Refuge and its habitat resources.⠀
The Grummet Wetlands are free and open to the public. Read more on our website at: https://buff.ly/30wOhzy⠀
Swipe through to see photos of the property.⠀
Daylight lost today in Juneau: -4:34⠀
just a small river crossing by the camp near Rishikesh.😎
And I couldn't wait for sun to rise. I waited for almost an hour for sun just sitting on the rocks listening to chirping of birds, cows passing by, the locals doing their daily chores over a distance, people doing yoga (looking for nirvana) and observing many many things happening around.
Sometimes things amaze us in most unexpected ways and we just have to take a moment of peace to observe all the greatness around and this is essence of life I guess.. ✌peace
Ora come 10 anni fa.
“Zaino in spalla, sorriso in viso, lacrime negli occhi e tanta voglia di raccontarci ognuna attraverso la propria arte.”
Guarda le stories per vedere gli scatti realizzati quella sera in spiaggia.
Sono tornata a scattare come 10 anni fa, per il semplice piacere di farlo, senza pregiudizi, senza obblighi e senza regole.
Mi ha fatto bene, dannatamente bene. 🥰
(Grazie a @simonecalderan per essere arrivato nel momento giusto e aver ripreso due tonni spiaggiati, ma felicii @we_re_swimming_in_the_stars )
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📸 @moody.antonio - a truly wonderful heart shaped lake in the middle of the Pyrenees.