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Don't give up; don't give in, but give it all.
Give your best.
Give everything you can.
Don't be afraid to give.
Give your all.
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The two rocks sticking out of the sea next to the 235ft Haystack rock are known as “The Needles”. Always make for great photo opportunities (aside from being on an overcrowded beach), most people just look at these popular rock formations, take their photos and move on. For me, I always try and reflect that these are the same rocks that were formed by Lava over 14million years ago, and were once connected to the coastline before years of erosion. Finally, same rocks Lewis and Clark saw when they made the trek down from Fort Clatsop to score some whale blubber.
I found this on my phone and said I can use this for flash back Friday. It's still Friday where I'm at😂
Fall colors in the PNW got me 😍
How's the holiday shopping going? My mom keeps hinting she wants a Coach purse. I think it's funny for myself to walk into a Coach store and buy a purse since I have no care for purses or jewelry. Now walking into an Arcteryx store is another story.
1 3013 hours ago
“The sunset, like survival, exists only on the verge of its own disappearing. To be gorgeous, you must first be seen, but to be seen allows you to be hunted.” ~ Ocean Vuong 📸: Nikon D5600 55-200mm
f/5.6 1/200 ISO 200 📍: Centennial Park through Myrtle Edwards trails in Seattle, Washington 🚢: Alkimos Heracles
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It was a tree hunting, hot cocoa drinking, perfect kind of day.🎄
I can’t help but notice in this picture I’ve got a hat, gloves and winter coat and my husband is in a tee shirt and shorts. I guess opposites do attract 🤷🏻♀️😘
I don’t think I really realized until this year how pretty fall is here in WA with all the bright orange and red hues the leaves give off. Now I want it back cuz all the leaves are gone and everything looks so bland and boring. I guess it’s now time to patiently wait for it to snow, if that will ever even happen lol
These two LOVE adventure! They keep me constantly exploring. We’ve had a week of going to the lake, running in open fields and wondering around in nature. And I have to say my favorite part is watching the way they look at everything in wonder... 🐾🌅🌲🐶⠀
7 6315 hours ago
Probs the only photo I’ll ever post of myself 😆 but damn Oregon was a vibe.
Love seeing flashback shots of adventures had with views of Mt. Hood! Like this beauty from last month by @wanderingtricia!
9 74119 hours ago
The people who push themselves to the extremes and sacrifice the most get the best photographs.
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The Columbia Gorge ... found a cool secluded spot to hike up to and hang out at this peak with the lady and the woof lil windy but we had a great time chillin sipped a couple brews much love Oregon 💚
The endless beach. I came here twice and never saw another person.
I haven't really posted any photos from this location because I was having a hard time fitting into the grid. Anybody else ever have that problem?
At a certain point I think I have to kind of give up on that nitpicking and just post something.
It’s fun shooting in great light but to be honest those conditions are very limited. I’ve always found I can enjoy beauty even in these captures when the sky is blown out, or in the distance it’s hazy. After all when I’m out exploring, I can use sliders and brushes to change the incredible nature in front of me. There is a certain beauty that is raw. I love Mt Rainier the most, but this is my favorite park 🤫
Not gonna lie, I can put on my smug mug when I come across 4 adult men lost off trail and I help them back on trail.
On this day I actually helped a solo hiker man and a party of 4 men go in the right direction. And it all happened exactly at the two trickiest points on the trail.
The solo hiker said it was his first time here. I said I could tell! I was gonna try to convince him to come up to the ridge with me since I felt confident I wouldn't get him lost, but he wanted to get back to football on the tv.
5 3821 hours ago
It's easy to pass this lake by because its prettier sisters above out sparkle and shine. Are you happy where you are at? All it takes is a change of thought if you are not.
I used to watch Dr. Dyer on PBS. And one of the things he said that I like is...The currency to get what you want are your thoughts.
*One of the coolest sunsets I’ve had the pleasure of watching form* - I found such an affinity for flowers this past year. Being crouched down so close to them for so long, you really start building a foundation and passion for them. Such interesting dynamics in all the different flowers I got to see this year 😍
Hope everyone had a great time with family and friends yesterday! Now enjoy this epic shot of Mt. Hood by the always masterful @jesse.brackenbury!
12 1,56630 November, 2019
Any direction you look in Montana you see something spectacular. This was one of those moments I looked the other direction and said, “oh shit!” to myself.
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38 8654 December, 2019
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