The older I get the more I realize how little I truly know. So much of how I viewed the world twenty years ago was built on the perceptions we are fed as a child. You’ll meet somebody, fall in love, live happily ever after. Maybe that’s how if goes for some (my adult mind is pretty cynical about happily ever after though) but for me it’s been - work hard, fight for what you want, build an independent life, adventure, work everyday to build strong friendships, stumble when some fade away despite best efforts, fight obstacles, soak in the wins, love, and then rinse and repeat. It’s messier than a fairytale but the reward of a fully lived life beats a prince any day - after all, men with giant egos are a dime a dozen 😉 #montanamoment#optoutside#aov5k#visualsoflife#mountainmagic
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Nearly 12 years ago I stood on Mt Whitney, looked to the north and and saw Mt. Russell. For various reasons it took me nearly 12 years to reach its summit. Today I summited Mt. Russell via a class 3 couloir that met up with the east ridge (way better way up than that damn scree field). This I by far one of the best peaks I have ever been on! Go after your dreams and climb those peaks!
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This is the main reason I love this area. It's easy for me to put in some miles knowing I'll arrive at an alpine lake. Last year, I saw a boot path here that wasn't on the map coming from the other peak. I love me a short cut so I knew I would try it when I came this year.
I didn't quite stay on the boot path and found myself far left from where I knew I needed to be. Thankful with my experience I kept cool and climbed down rock after rock until I was able to comfortably head right again. I laugh when I look at what I descended from. You'd think I was a little kray kray!
After a series of car troubles, forgotten gear, and gas fill ups, we started the hike into Elfin Lakes late in the day. No complaints here though, it made for beautiful golden hour lighting and cool evening breezes 👌
“On the count of three, say LADY CRVSH CREW!!”💪💪🏻💪🏼💪🏽💪🏾💪🏿
The biggest and warmest of THANK YOUs goes out to everyone who came to support our first LCC Los Angeles / So*Cal Meet Up at @verdigoboulders on Friday. Your courage to meet new faces, participation in our fun LCC Challenge, and all around stoke to make this meet up successful amounted to our largest attendance thus far — in the 30’s! That’s amazing!
I'd heard of the Tetons, but didn't know much about them. I sure wasn't prepared for anything as epic as this mountain range. Sunrise from a few mornings ago, as the jagged Tetons rise in the distance. What a way to kick off a week long trip out here in the mid west. #wyoming#grantetonnationalpark
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Had a very fun time backpacking this weekend. Glad the fog cleared up for us.
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Boa noite, galera! Registro do treino de hoje, foram 9km bem puxado, preparando pra corrida de semana que vem. Será corrida de montanha, 12km.
Bom, ultimamente tem chegado bastante gente nova aqui, então vou contando mais sobre minha vida, minha rotina... tanto por post, quanto pelos stories, porque acho que a galera gosta de acompanhar. E fiquem a vontade quanto a dúvidas que respondo a vcs, aliás se eu não conseguir ver nos stories, manda aqui nas fotos, sempre respondo. .
Final de semana quando não tem prova, costumo treinar o que minha planilha pede.
Geralmente os treinos são aos domingos, costumam ser treinos mais longos, e o sábado eu aproveito pra curtir a família hahahaha agora eu sou casada e no momento a família é eu, meu marido @tiago_camposs e meu cachorro o @caetano.dog hahahahah. .
E agora quero saber quem correu esse final de semana? Sei que teve muita prova bacana por aí 👇🏻 ⭕️⭕️⭕️⭕️⭕️Ps: meninas esse short que usei é de compressão da @authenbrasil, ótimo pra treinos longos, não sobe nas coxas, e tem boldos laterais.
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🚨 30K GIVEAWAY! We’re almost at 30k - tag a friend in the comments and once we hit 30k we will randomly choose a winner to pick a bandana of their choice! Each tag = one entry - unlimited entries allowed! 🎉
Today, I had someone ask, “Why is photography so important to you?” Usually I would have an answer, but I realized that I’ve forgotten why I picked up a camera in the first place. Taking a step away from photography was necessary for me to heal and be present, but now I ask myself, “Is it worth getting back into?” The more I think about it, the more uncertain I get. After heavily thinking about it, I’ve come to the conclusion that photography is much more than capturing images. To be able to look at an image and have those same exact feelings and emotions rush back to you is truly special. Life is full of up’s and down’s, but through them all you find an appreciation for the little moments, long conversations, and genuine laughter and smiles shared between others. Although I know I’m not ready to dive back into photography just yet, I’ll have this perspective in mind.