When life hands you rain, play in the puddles and listen to Cloudplay. 🎵 👀 🤔 🤨 🤣 #keywestlife
2 911 December, 2019
Moving into winter here. More snow camping trips likely upcoming. : )
📍Traditional land of the Puyallup and Yakama
Nikon D7200 | 40mm | f/4.5 | 1/1500 sec. | ISO 800
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On this day in December 11, 1963 Andrew Johnson National Historic Site in Tennessee was established
Find out more about this great park here -> https://www.parkrangerjohn.com/andrew-johnson-national-historic-site/
A chance encounter on a rainy coastal drive a few months ago in Washington state. It was properly pouring, and my wipers were cranked up to 11 while I did the awkward head over the steering wheel tactic in the unlikely event it'd help me see better. When I caught a glimpse of two eagles landing on a tree perched over a cliff that looked out over the sea. Four different pull offs and over an hour later, I tumbled through thick bushes, and took two quick shots. The photo above being one of those two.
In the depths of the Pacific Northwest, there are places where the rain never stops. Rainforests, rivers, waterfalls... The rhythmic dripping hypnotizing those who listen long enough.... When I’m outside tuning in to the songs of the forest, I trust @eddiebauer to keep me dry. #LiveYourAdventure#EBContributor
While people often associate Death Valley National Park with its deserts, salt flats, mountains, and below sea level altitudes, most people don’t realize that a dormant volcano sits in the middle of the park. Over half a mile wide and 750 feet deep, the Ubehebe Crater is a large volcanic crater in the northern half of Death Valley. While the crater has been estimated to be from 2,000 to 7,000 years old, new data suggests the volcano may be as new as 800 years ago, making it a potentially active volcano. The Ubehebe Crater is one of three remote locations included in the scope of our Death Valley National Park landscape photography workshop.
Looking back at one of my favorite days of 2019 - wonderfully fun trip, great group of people, and @ben.manning95 and I learned how to ration when we packed a day and a half worth of food for a three day trip.
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As you may already know, cities aren’t my kinda vibe. Even though I find some particular cities unique and interesting they aren’t my type of scene and I can only be in them for so long before I start craving for some nature. Sooo with that said, here’s my favorite kinda scene, mountains and sunsets, from home 😊💚
📍Great Smoky Mountains NP, Tennessee / North Carolina 🇺🇸
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Grand Teton & Mount Owen, Grand Teton National Park. October, 2019.
We are technically still in fall right? Sure doesn’t feel like it with all of these early storms. This was my last night in the park. Clouds were moving fast and I couldn’t settle on a spot to shoot from so I ended up driving around getting stuck in the loop traffic. I got a glimpse of this field overlooking the cathedrals and pulled over. Shot this one at golden hour before most of the clouds blew away for sunset. The foreground flower thingamabobs paired nicely with the fall trees. Nikon D750, Nikkor 14-24, f/14, ISO-50, focus stacked and exposure blended
I heard winter came to Yosemite early this year — can’t wait to see these Valley views again this season. Seeing early snow show up there has me itching to pack up the truck and get out there ❄️
- @freeyourfork and I are already flipping through our 2020 calendar to see when we can steal away for a winter weekend. Is it already snowing where you live?
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Back in my favorite place and experiencing it under all new conditions. I’ve always wanted to visit Yosemite in the winter and last week spontaneously decided it was about time I do it! Been a fun couples days so far exploring and shooting with @zachtesta 🌲
Millions of years in the making for a simple picture.
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As winter starts to arrive here in Oregon, I can’t help but reminisce about these amazing textures in Montana as Fall met Winter.
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Bighorn sheep address their issues head-on. When their horns meet, the resounding crash echoes through the valley. The National Elk Refuge in #Wyoming is a popular destination for opportunities to view bighorn sheep, elk, and other wildlife during the #winter#season . Witnessing a #bighornsheep battle is a rare and treasured experience. Just remember, winter is a fragile time for wildlife and their survival is dependent on conserving energy. To decrease their stress, please keep a minimum distance of 25 yards and 100 yards from wintering #elk . You just really don't want to get in the middle of whatever they are settling. Trust us. Photo by Adam Jewell (www.sharetheexperience.org). #usinterior#nationalwildliferefuge@usfws_nationalelkrefuge
Calm sunrises at the world’s most colorful lake! 😍
Have you been to Glacier National Park?
Photo by @k_rowejo
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There was once a woman who became unstuck in the world—she realized that she was not her car, she was not her job, she was not her phone, or shoes. Like a boat cut from her anchor, she'd begun to drift.
Pinté en el cielo la ilustración más fuerte que tengo en el cuaderno, suture el inicio más inesperado y ahora consolido este como el final de la década y el inicio del futuro ganador en dónde Orión triunfa una y otra vez.
Escribo por que la vida llene al espíritu de amor.
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Las señales se pintaron en el cielo y es la primera llamada para partir de vuelta a la costa.
Hot spring season is finally here ✨ If you zoom in you’ll see me smiling ear to ear... Happy to be traveling and soaking in one of my favorite pools again
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Winter wonderland ❄️
Here we were chasing the snow storm in Yosemite with my buddy Louis @louiskchan for the thanksgiving week a while ago. We did not get the 100/0 sunrise. But we had a lot of fun hiking in the waist deep snow and were able to capture some classic views. .
Had a quick trip down to Arizona last weekend and made it to this place with my cousin Josh. We got pretty lucky with the snow and it was my first time seeing this place covered in some snow. It was a nice southwest fix for me I'd day✌️
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As it turns out, dreams really can come true-- especially if you’re in search of incredible beauty at Crater Lake National Park in #Oregon . Photographer Nathan Hall had been thinking about this shot for over a year and was waiting for the right conditions. The perfect weather finally came this year, the morning after Thanksgiving. A break in the clouds produced the perfect light at sunrise. We’re so grateful for all of you who share your cherished moments on national parks, wilderness areas and national wildlife refuges. What’s the scenery of your dreams? Photo courtesy of Nathan Hall (@n8erhall). #usinterior#FindYourPark