What do you prefer?
Mountains or Ocean
I personally choosed mountains, 7 years ago! And I am so happy! Not only happy having the possibility to live by mountains. But more the possibility to have the chance in life to choose the region where I want to live! Isn’t this luxury?! Thank you my parents to had have this courage to emigrate 29 years ago and creating this possibility of decision nowadays I have! #justdoit
BTW: This is a short clip about what I love - spending time in mountains. Especially at sunrise and sunset it is truly magical time! Why? Not only because the wonderful light situation, but also because I am mostly completely alone (or with a friend) and can enjoy the silence. Sure, you need to go out of your comfort zone! Climbing up and spending the night up a mountain is sometimes hard. But isn’t life to short to spend every night in your cozy bed?
This clip is a collection of 2 overnights at Mittenwalder Höhenweg with my two buddy’s @stevepucker and @formgestalter. Thanks for this great moments
I don't come through Tallahassee that often but every time I do I always say I'm going to get a shot of the capitol building. This time I did
Difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations
A blanket of golden mules-ear flowers covering the hillsides in Northern Nevada right off the road
Sunday Funday! I hope everyone is having a great weekend soaking in some sun!
Enjoy this walk through the mosaic garden, all the way to the beautiful view at the end!
My favorite is Don Quixote and Sancho Panza!
As Piero describes it, "a woman wanted to clean the island, so she got trash and glass to make these beautiful things. She did it until she was very old..and now she is dead" Very cool!
This was our second day out and about on the road. I found it a bit overwhelming with how many amazing hikes there are in this area. It's hard to pick one. We ended up doing glacier crest - at least most of it. We hit an extremely snowy patch near the top and we're forced to turn around or spend a good amount of the evening trying to find human footprints that may indicate the trail. I voted for turning around, and since River doesn't get a vote, we did. I'm sad we didn't make it to our anticipated view, but sometimes safety and hunger change your plans. Still though, check out this view!!
It's been about a month since I quit my job(s) and started a summer full of following my heart and pursuing underdeveloped passions and hobbies. I guess it's safe to safe that time has been flying. Two weeks in Utah and three days in Manning Park and I have so many photos and adventure tales that I want to share. I've loved photography since I was a child, and have just recently been able to get back into it more seriously with some major inspiration from @highonadventures. Let's be honest though, I have literally hundreds of photos from these recent trips taken with my DSLR and yet here's another photo taken with my phone...because hey, who has time to download, manage and edit when you're too busy peak-bagging and making new memories. But seriously, I'm going to dedicate some time behind the computer to pick out and share a few of my favorites asap. ️ For now, here's a slice of heaven: sunrise in the wasatch mountains.
Great way to spend a lazy Sunday getting R&R. Couldn’t think of a better setting!!