We can't really complain much about being stuck at home with plenty of food, entertainment and social media.
Nevertheless I pains me not to be able to go outside and shoot some beautiful spring landscapes right now.
At least I have a ton of images in my back catalogue that are begging to be processed 😬
🏂 questa è stata la prima della stagione! Erano i primi di novembre, una nevicata esagerata ha imbiancato tutto! mi arriva un messaggio : “ domani a mezzogiorno andiamo su con le ciaspole e scendiamo con la tavola?” Che domanda .. certo 😄 è come chiedere ad un bambino se vuole giocare o se preferisce fare i compiti.. è quasi una domanda retorica 😂 sará l’età, sarà che si cambia o magari ci si stufa del vecchio ma salire con le mie gambe e scendere con la tavola immerso nella natura e senza persone è una cosa che mi riempie di emozioni, cosa che gli impianti non mi danno più! Freeride is my style 🏂😍
Daydreaming about this night in Senja. Midnight sun and some low clouds, yes please! I couldn’t have asked for better conditions.
Northern Norway is a place I’d love to revisit sometime. Where do you want to go when this is all over? 💭
The very last outdoor photo I got before our quarantine kicks in!
Not a special location but I just miss outdoor!
5 921 April, 2020
Me missing the outdoor, while ma camera stay in bag for time being.
Gonna miss the short hair and my lovely barber! I'm slowly transforming to Tarzan if the virus stuff keep going and so does the quarantine period!
Say it many times but yeah, stay safe guys!
1 9128 March, 2020
Those misty morning…
There will be no new photos till…I don't know when!
Covid-19 hit us badly, we just wanna stay home stay safe! Just hope everyone are doing well!
Hope we can win this war against Coronavirus then we can have a bottle of Corona!
Stay safe stay healthy guys!
14 19626 March, 2020
Covid-19 hit everyone badly. In Malaysia we are having Movement Control Order now, the goal is to slow down the spreading speed and try to contain the virus.
Our war starts, cities being silent, everything seems lonely. But we are going to win this!
For us who shooting outdoors, time to relax a little.
For everyone out there, stay home, stay safe!
The PNW might just be the best kept secret in the country, but you didn’t hear that secret from me 🤫
FUN FACT: The last three eruptions at Mount Hood occurred within the past 1,800 years from vents high on the southwest flank and produced deposits that were distributed primarily to the south and west along the Sandy and Zigzag rivers. The last eruptive period took place around 220 to 170 years ago, when dacitic lava domes, pyroclastic flows and mudflows were produced without major explosive eruptions. The prominent Crater Rock just below the summit is hypothesized to be the remains of one of these now-eroded domes. This period includes the last major eruption of 1781 to 1782 with a slightly more recent episode ending shortly before the arrival of the explorers Lewis and Clark in 1805. The latest minor eruptive event occurred in August 1907.
The glaciers on the mountain's upper slopes may be a source of potentially dangerous lahars when the mountain next erupts. There are vents near the summit that are known for emitting gases such as carbon dioxide and sulfur dioxide. Prior to the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens, the only known fatality related to volcanic activity in the Cascades occurred in 1934, when a climber suffocated in oxygen-poor air while exploring ice caves melted by fumaroles in Coalman Glacier on Mount Hood.
Since 1950, there have been several earthquake swarms each year at Mount Hood, most notably in July 1980 and June 2002. Seismic activity is monitored by the USGS Cascades Volcano Observatory in Vancouver, Washington, which issues weekly updates.