Funny thing about me. I absolutely love photography. I love photography so much that I'll put myself in dumb situations and sacrifice myself for my camera. This shot I decided let's stand on this log in the middle of this tiny pond just because I like a little reflection. Lost my balance, dunked my leg, have a bruised ass, but held my camera above the splash zone the entire time. Still not the worst one yet.
Started a new book on this trip. 📚 Here is a quote that describes the scenery better than I can 😉 “It seems to me that the strangeness and wonder of existence are emphasised here in the desert by the comparative spar airy of the flora and fauna: life not crowded upon life as in other places but scattered abroad in spareness and simplicity with a generous gift of space for each herb and bush and tree each stem of grass so that the living organism stands out bold and brace and vivid against the lifeless sand and barren rock.” 🌵
One year ago I went on a solo adventure to one of my favorite national parks. I travelled through the desert in my trusty Jeep rental with a goal of getting a photo I’ve dreamed of getting since I visited Utah over a year prior.
I haven't posted many pictures of Utah yet, but there will be more coming soon. Already looking back fondly. This is clyde lake in the uintas mountain range. By Washington standards and incredibly easy trail but at 10,000 plus elevation as a starting point, a bit more difficult. The lake here at almost 11,000 was warmer for swimming than cooper lake at 2700' in Washington this weekend.
The Bryce Canyon version of crossing Abbey Road.
This iconic little section of Bryce Canyon -- "Wall Street" -- winds down between two massive rock faces.
Love this pic but it’s also making me a little bummed because I wanna go hiking again and it looks like I’ll be in the UK for at least 2-3 more weeks if not more 😔
Anyone have great / inspirational outdoorsy movies or documentaries they’d recommend?
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Kaela & I spent the afternoon on the lake to relax 🏔🚣♂️