Nothing is impossible, the word itself says 'i'm possible'!
The majestic Mount Rainier above layers of clouds at sunset. Had an amazing time off roading with @brandon.explores last night, thanks for taking me to this epic spot
Sometimes it's all about the journey not the destination
Stormy day at Grand Teton National Park. This shot was inspired by the one and only @anseladams
Sunsets/Sunrises in Yellowstone are some of the most magical I've seen. It just seems that time would pause and the colors would last forever. It's also a better time to enjoy the park because it's less crowded at these times. If you want to experience Yellowstone to the fullest you gotta give golden hours a tryPhotographed here is the Crested Pool Geyser with the Grand Geyser erupting in the background during sunset. What's your favorite sunset/sunrise spot in Yellowstone?
I've only seen this place in my dreams and pictures in the past. Seeing it in person definitely felt like a dream come true. For the first time, I solo hiked in the dark to this lake and napped in my hammock for about 2 hours then woke up to this view. All the campers were still sleeping so I had this view pretty much to myself. I remember that I stood at the trailhead for about 5 minutes trying to encourage myself that I can do this hike, solo, in the dark, at midnight, 4.5 miles one way...my head went through all the possible worst scenarios and then I decided to just full send it. What really made sense to me at the end was that sometimes you have to walk through the darkness to embrace the light
Missing the magical Oregon coast lately. Let's do a road trip soon
Driving back to the Tetons from Yellowstone after witnessing one of the most beautiful sunsets I've ever seen in my entire life, I saw this reflection under the moonlight. It seemed too perfect to not pull over to take a few photos. If I didn't tell you this photo was taken at midnight, would you be able to tell what time of the day it was taken?
There's no place like Yellowstone and nothing quite like a show of the Old Faithful. Every 90 minutes people gather around this famous geyser waiting for it to erupt. I've never seen a place that puts on a show regularly for people to enjoy. What it leaves you with is not only the beautiful eruption but also the people waiting together and all the cheers when it goes off. It's almost like some sort of ceremony or concert that magically brings people together
It's the perfect time to hike right now because all the beautiful wild flowers are blooming with the mountain views. It's my first time seeing these beautiful Indian paintbrush, I missed all the opportunities last year cuz I got my first car late in September these flowers were all gone. Go see them for yourself now!
Every story has an ending either bad or good. This was one of the stories with happy endings. Hiking up to this fire lookout Mt. Rainier was covered by a courtain of fog and clouds. After waiting for about an hour hanging out at the lookout right around sunset, everything cleared up and the majesty was revealed. #whpjourney