After descending down the insanely steep trail to the base of the Wall Street in Bryce Canyon, you are greeted to these enormous and extremely tall Ponderosa Pine trees. These trees baffled us as they grew in such a strange area, some of them being almost as tall as the hoodoos that surround them..
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One of Grizzly 399’s cubs, Grand Teton National Park. May, 2020.
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“If you’re doubting yourself, walk deep into the forest. The trees still stand, though they’re given no recognition. The stream still flows, though no one stops to praise it. You are made of the same elements as these wonders. Always remember your beauty and self-worth.”
We're just wrapping up a trip to Maine, an annual getaway my wife and I enjoy every summer. Usually we go to the Downeast coast, but this year we decided to explore farther north: Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park. They were spectacular, and of course filled with magnificent scenery. I had a ton of fun exploring the oldest National Park east of the Mississippi River, and captured many memorable images along the way.
This is one of those iconic Acadia scenes — get ready for a bunch of those over the next several days, so apologies in advance — of sunrise over the Atlantic Ocean from the summit of Cadillac Mountain, the park's highest point. The summit, standing at 1,529 feet above sea level, provides sweeping views of the ocean, the harbor islands, the park and the communities spread across Mount Desert Island and the many other islands and peninsulas that make up the rocky northern Maine coast.
I was standing on the shore of Sprague Lake with my camera and Tripod. Just waiting. Just standing there. A couple walks past me and the lady stops and says "is there something we need to know. you have your camera ready to go. what are you waiting on" I just smiled and said "In about two minutes that sun will come over the horizon and light the mountain peaks up. It glows Red!" Two minutes later I was pressing the shutter button
Although i took hundreds of amazing photos at Glacier National Park this will probably be the final post of this trip, my first ever visit. (I have definite plans of returning) but before we move on I just want to reiterate how special this place truly is... i cant stress enough how amazing it is and I would recommend anyone who is afforded the opportunity to visit to certainly do so.... you wont be sorry!!
Double trouble - Okay, let’s talk agaves for a second because let’s face it ... what a crazy looking plant. I love them. And I hope you will too after learning about them. Agaves are often called “century plants” because they are rumored to take 100 years to sprout those magnificent flowers. Lies! Ok...sorry...that was dramatic. In truth it takes them about 15-30 years which is still impressive as heck. They are not cactus, in fact, they are part of the asparagus family. Don’t eat that thing though...it’s not really like the stuff we put on our table. The agave sits around for decades and waits for just the right time to shoot that flower out of its middle. And then that’s it. The last hurrah. The cool plant will fall over and die after it blooms only once. Don’t weep for the agave though...when it falls it reproduces and we can count on seeing little baby agaves near the perished parent plant. And that is the glorious story of my friend the agave ... a story of perseverance, triumph, tragedy and rebirth!! And the storm in the background is pretty cool too.
“Believe that your losses and your hurt happened FOR you, not TO you. And bless the thing that broke you down and cracked you open, because the world needs you open.”
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A Pinch of Purple Passion
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Grizzly 399 & her four cubs, Grand Teton National Park. May, 2020.
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There are a lot of parallels between getting into traveling and getting into photography—but the one constant for me has been throwing myself into both and just learning a little more through every lived experience.
I took this photo in early July, chasing that early morning light on the Grand Tetons.
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First trip with @jj.trailwalker was one to remember. Conditions weren’t the best. It was winter so no Milkyway - but we just tried to get creative and make the most of the time we had.
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