**GIVEAWAY** 3 new @GoPro#Hero6 cameras!
I’ve been fortunate enough to work with @GoPro for almost 6 years now. I wanted to say thank you to all of you who have been following my journey since the beginning and to all of you who have recently shown your support.
•Tag 2 friends who you’d love to see get the new GoPro Hero6.
•All 3 of you must be following @TravisBurkePhotography and @GoPro.
That’s it! Winners will randomly be selected and announced on my story. Open worldwide, enter as many times as you’d like between now and Monday at 9pm PST.
Photo taken with the @GoPro#Hero6 while flying above the Hawaii coastline on @maunaloahelitours.
I love asking people about the worst job that they’ve ever had or just their job history in general. It’s a great way to learn more about the person and you’re almost always in for a good story or two.
I’d love to hear if you have any good ones and I know I’ve definitely had my fair share in the past.
Sometimes I’d be working a job that seemed sooo pointless that I had no idea why I was there or how it would benefit me in the future... but looking back now, every single job I’ve ever had has given me some sort of knowledge, experience, discipline or confidence that I needed to end up exactly where I wanted to be (even before I knew where that was).
Don’t ever feel like you’re too good for a specific job, but don’t ever feel like that is where you need to stay forever!
Here are “just a few” of my past jobs- Restaurant busboy, door to door sales, putting together golf clubs in an assembly line with ex convicts through the night (while in high school), grocery store bagger, scraping grease out of dirty kitchen vents through the night, construction, cutting and delivering x-mas trees, almost every warehouse job, folding and hanging clothing full time, etc.
Do you have a random job you’ve worked and/or a funny story? I’d love to hear it in the comments below
Photo- Self portrait staring at the universe from California.
I made a small fire in the wood burning stove which kept the tent extremely warm inside... But to be honest, I spent most of my time outside, watching the constellations seemingly drift throughout the sky as the earth continues its rotation at almost 1000 mph.
I’m forever grateful to experience so many remote and beautiful places such as this spot near Arches National Park and appreciate companies like @gmc and @matadornetwork sharing my stories and passions. #travelstoke#partner#nightphotography
Searching for new perspectives 650ft (200m) above the ocean with @theblondeabroad. Check out my previous post to see the final image as well as all of my camera settings for the shot!
Cape Point, South Africa.
POV shot with the new @GoPro#Hero6.
Legend has it that ghost ships still haunt these treacherous yet beautiful waters that surround Cape Point, which is also one of Africa’s most southwestern points. @Theblondeabroad sits along the sheer cliffs that tower more than 650ft (200m) above where the Atlantic and Indian Ocean merge.
The perfect sunset spot at Cape Point- Table Mountain National Park, South Africa.
Shutter Speed 1/100th
Finding different constellations down in the southern hemisphere at one of the coolest treehouses we’ve ever seen/stayed at. @theblondeabroad and I couldn’t believe this place was real!
Lion Sands Game Reserve, South Africa.
I’m so glad I have these images because when I have kids and grandkids they are never going to believe the stories I tell. From scraping old grease out of ventilation systems through the night in super dirty restaurants to traveling and experiencing the world. I just hope I can help plant the seed that lets them know with passion, dedication and the belief that it is possible, they accomplish anything!
Swimming through paradise (also known as the Hawaiian Islands) with @kelsealoha and big thanks to @moderndayhawaiian for the boat ride and unforgettable adventure .
Moab, Utah was the first place I stayed out shooting all night until the sun came up. 5 years later I’m still just as excited to head out at night to photograph the universe.
Single photo with the moon and Milky Way Galaxy, also a self portrait. Thanks to @gmc and @matadornetwork for making moments like this possible! Crazy to think just a few hours later it was completely stormy and raining. #partner#travelstoke
Exploring the oldest desert in the world along the Skeleton Coast in Namibia.
During high tide the Atlantic Ocean comes all the way up to the dunes and a lot of the coast becomes impassable. We barely made it through and returned by charging up and over the dunes, which made for quite an adventurous day with @theblondeabroad.
Huge thanks to @atiholidays and @matadornetwork for making this possible!