It had been a fair while since I'd been out to explore anywhere new with my camera, I've just been so busy working recently. It was nice to take a bit of time out of the day to stop, and have a Bundaberg appreciation moment. And capture this rather stunning sunset from #hummocklookout
"In this awakening the forest reminds us
Its lessons of cyclical healing can teach us
To move like the water caresses a hillside
It changes quite suddenly what years would not deny." — @yaimamusic
Feeling extra grateful for these giants lately amidst all the destruction down south. Let this be a reminder to plant your bare feet in the earth and hug some trees. Let the grounding and soul-quenching sensations fill you and inspire you to keep doing all that you can to protect this beautiful place we call home. Much love to you all 💚
a sneaky selfie: I started the week getting several stitches in my finger and ended the week falling into a mud pit
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⚠URGENT⚠ The Amazon Cannot Be Recovered Once It’s Gone. The fires have captured the planet’s attention as little else does. The Amazon is the world’s largest and most diverse tract of rainforest, with millions of species and billions of trees. It stores vast amounts of planet-warming carbon dioxide and produces 6 percent of the planet’s oxygen.
Bozeman, Montana.. WOW who knew all this beauty was out here.. I love this little town and it’s absolutely gorgeous. From mountains, to small town life, to college life, to lake life, outdoor activities galore.. it has it all.. if you are ever in the Montana area I would say that Bozeman is a must see.. anyone have any other recommendations for this area? We are headed toward glacier as soon as my new tow bar base plate for the Jeep arrives..
After years of turmoil and the 2015 earthquakes that damaged most of Nepal’s tourism, this magical Himalayan nation is welcoming visitors once more. A hiker’s nirvana, this “roof of the world” is home to eight of the world’s 14 highest peaks, from Everest, to the Annapurnas and beyond. It is also where Hindus and Buddhists coexist harmoniously; along with other minority faiths.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
So come November, @bluesky.escapes is inviting you to join us on an unforgettable fitness retreat where the great outdoors, culture and traditions culminate, and why intrepid adventurers constantly find themselves returning here over and over again. Hit the link in our bio to learn more about our Nepal Insider Journey and register now. #anepaljourney#mysticalkathmandu#fitnessretreat#blueskyescapes
3am on June 20.
These were not paddler friendly skies.
We were hoping by waking early we might find calm weather.
Not this day.
After taking a few photos we went back to our tent but could not sleep for the screaming winds and torrential rains that followed us.
This dirtbag, wild life I cannot imagine not ever living. For all its hardships and for all the discomforts it is my happy place.
. #myhappyplace #nofilterneeded
La ballena jorobada 🐋 uno de los animales más grandes que haya existido en el mundo 🌎, esta gran belleza y su madre me dejaron boquiabierto 😶 mientras navegábamos por el Océano 🌊 ,
No puedo esperar para los futuros avistamientos 🐳🤘🏽
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Hay una pequeña cueva secreta en la playa de la barra (buenaventura), para poder verla, debes visitar la playa en un día de marea baja y luego medir el oleaje para no empaparte por completo.
Si terminas entrando, tendrás el mejor asiento de la casa para ver la puesta de sol, y deberás contar con la compañía de quien te siga para lo que seaa en este caso @estefaniamontoya211
Sin duda, uno de mis lugares favoritos en colombia 🇨🇴
"To keep the body in good health is a duty... otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear."
In other word, from the other part of the world: "Mens sana In corpore sano."
Well said, Dear Sir! Well said!
Happy Vesak Day for those who celebrate! 🙏🏻
🏞: Cot Bhak Geutom Peak a.k.a. GT Peak, Sabang, Weh Island, Aceh 🇮🇩
“Alaska is beautiful, there’s no doubt about it!” With @visuallygeorge / “My name is George Kerr and I am 19 years old, who was born and raised in Alaska and am still living in Eagle River, Alaska today. I’ve been taking photos for a little over two years and shoot with a Sony A7lll.
My passion for travel and photography are connected to two things: my passion for backpacking and my determination for exploring my beautiful home state of Alaska. I’m constantly pushing myself to get off the trail and explore as much of the backcountry as possible. Alaska is full of beauty but I believe that the true beauty of Alaska is off the trails in the backcountry. John Muir once said “You should never go to Alaska as a young man because you’ll never be satisfied with any other place as long as you live.” I’ve never heard anything as true as this and I’m continuously experiencing this myself every time I get out and explore.
My goal is to share my experiences and memories with others while I’m out and enjoying the backcountry. I want people to see Alaska’s beauty and the vastness of its never-ending landscapes. My inspiration comes from other creatives of course, but a lot of it just comes from getting out and experiencing life. I’m always motivated to climb the next peak or to find a new trail or to push myself past the next valley. The views always pay off.
Alaska is beautiful, there’s no doubt about it. Many people may envy a person like me but the truth is, it’s a love/ hate relationship. The summers are beautiful and offer endless hiking opportunities. The other half of the year the winters are long, cold, and dark which can be frustrating if you don’t make an effort to get out and be active. The thing I love the most about my home is lack of development. I live in a small town 15 minutes from Anchorage and I love that there aren’t millions of people. I also admire the lack of tourist/cliché places to take photos. In simpler terms I love that you can go out and hike as far as you want and not see one single person. You can spend a lifetime of hiking here and only scratch the surface. That is what amazes me!” Special greetings to @visuallygeorge! 🤗
Lying sick in bed and wishing I could rewind to a few days back when we were scrambling up mountains with the most amazing views 🤩 I’ve been to the Dolomites a few times, but these mountains manage to impress me time and again. The landscape is so surreal, it looks like someone painted it 👩🏻🎨 What’s that place you keep returning to cause it amazes you each time?
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One of my favorite experiences in Japan was watching these little dudes roam around and bathe in natural hot springs. Since this area is buried in snow almost a third of the year, these hot springs present some comfort for them in an otherwise severe environment. What a lifestyle.