There is such a wonderful sense of community here in New Zealand and it made me so happy to join the #wilddunedin Instameet crew this weekend exploring all the amazing natural places, the brilliant wildlife and making some new friends as well. New lovely memories tucked away. #dunedinnz
I shot this image right after surfacing from an 80 foot deep dive. Right when I dropped in there were two massive Barracuda! Later on the dive I hung-out with some Lionfish, which are extremely poisonous. Lionfish are non-native to the Caribbean and are killing the reefs in there. However, they are beautiful.
•🎥🐡 This photo will be one of my prints available for purchase on my new website launching soon.
Trail 'meeting' with this one. Both with post 50k, post downhill 7k tired race legs today. Soft forest single track and the rhythm of trail tales soothes all. 💗🦋✨ And how was your run today?
〰 a shot from the capture the coast workshop hosted by Daniel Tran and Luke Tscharke. If you're interested in becoming a better nature photographer definitely check out Luke's workshops on his website!
Our journey isn't about the Airstream. It's about doing what is right for our family. Spending time together, actively watching our kids grow up, learning together, facing our fears, dreaming big, finding adventure, and just being present. The Airstream is just the means to fuel our dream. But we sure do love this tiny shiny home on wheels. #homepage
| North & Dandy | Just walking around in threads. Side note: I'm on fire with editing lately. I've been doing so much, my shoulder hurts. My computer posture SUUCCKKS. Also the dried mangos have got me again 😳 #help#editzgotmelike
I've been traveling through New Mexico's Chaco canyon these past few days. Chaco is notable as a major societal hub for the ancient pueblo peoples from about 900-1250 CE. Being a petroglyph enthusiast I was thrilled by what I found in the rock. There's a lot to interpret in these!
What do you see?
Put my notice in at work, spent the day starting plans on my month long road trip across the country with Riley to go full dirtbag in my yotahome. I'll be climbing, hiking, backpacking, and biking on most of my planned stops. So far my trip has stops in the GSMNP, Tallulah Gorge, Natural Falls State Park, White Sands National Monument, Aguille Springs, Grand Canyon national park, Kaibab National Forest, Joshua Tree, Death Valley, Sequoia, and Yosemite. I plan on Arches and Redwoods too.
This past week in Madeira, Portugal was so amazing! I can't wait to sit down and go through all my photos. Hope ya'll like pictures of mountains and oceans, because there is going to be some serious adventure-photo overload coming your way 😃
Not a bad place to snap sunset photos while enjoying a nightcap of bourbon in the company of a few good friends! #hike365
@dianatse @liscartier @courtcrowe @kakrenz @andrea_cosgrove @lovepuddles @jacalynallison @shannoncflynn + many more!
Kehidupan akan selalu indah ketika damai itu ada. Tidak akan ada rasa benci, cemas, curiga, dan prasangka kepada orang lain karena jauh di dalam hati, kamu mengasihi mereka. Buatlah hidupmu berarti dengan berdamai.
Tersenyumlah kepada kawanmu dan kepada musuhmu seakan kamu lahir untuk perdamaian dunia ini. Satu senyumanmu bisa menyelamatkan dunia. ▪
Achievements are a funny thing. You can spend weeks, months, even years working for something - be it fitness, a great job, or a just a positive overall lifestyle. When you finally get it, you celebrate because the hard work seems to finally be over, and you forget that life was ever any other way.
But setbacks happens, and injuries happen, and lifestyle changes happen, and sometimes we find ourselves back where we started, having to work our way back up to that level of achievement we thought we had already checked off forever.
Sliding back down the success slope is just as normal as it is frustrating. It's not easy to revisit the same square one you've already seen before, or work for the same goal more than once. But: the advantage is that anything you've achieved before can be achieved again - more efficiently. And recognizing that it's all part of the learning process may be the most important thing we do. #trusttheprocess