Don’t worry your mind it’s just the test of time. No one knows what the future holds for everything has a season. #ziggy#italia#alps
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Alaska’s rivers are big, fast and cold. Crossing is often the hardest part of the trek and sometimes it’s impossible. On this route, we were lucky enough to follow the river for 10 miles without crossing before heading up the mountains.
Природа у нас все-таки хорошая. И отлично подходит для всяких вечеринок!
Не понимаю людей, которые скептически относятся к посиделкам у костра, ночевкам в палатках и похмельным доширакам с утра. Хотя хуй с вами, идите в свою любимую кальянную, берите шампусик и сидите там, нам больше места достанется!
Hi, it’s Andrew Lynas (@andrew.lynas) here taking over @drivescotland for the week. I am currently based in the North East of Scotland and love hitting the road as often as I can to check out the amazing scenery that Scotland has to offer! While on the road, I’m always trying capture images of the places that I enjoy the most with my drone.
The Winding Road to Lochgoilhead! It’s always well worth taking a detour off the main road to explore what Scotland’s scenic roads have to offer.
@andrew.lynas | #drivescotland
Yesterday we went to Henne beach, where the atmosphere feels so vibrant. After stepping over a diversity of creative sandcastles, I stumbled upon the perfect setting for this photo. The coming days, I will be taking over the account of @govisitdenmark. Make sure to head over there if you would like to see more of this journey. 👉🏻🇩🇰 #visitdenmarkstories#visitdenmark#ontdeklandal#hvidesandedk
It's interesting how time and our experiences shape who we are. Earlier this week I was in Las Vegas for a quick change of scenery. A high-end photo gallery caught my eye and I went in to check it out. The landscapes were stunning, full of colorful, striking light, and super beautiful. But I don't know what it was about those pieces... they alienated me. Maybe they were too perfect, too dreamy, or maybe because they were photos of locations so well-known, we can all ID them in an instant. I would have loved them in the past.
After getting back to home base, I started going through my archives, and this shot of @qyoko jumped out at me. White Sands isn't the most famous location--you don't necessarily get the throngs of tourists that you'd see at the Grand Canyon, for example--but maybe that's part of my affinity towards it and other places like it. Simple, timeless beauty. Peaceful and quiet. That's all I need these days. Would you agree?
Canon 6D | 24-70mm F2.8L II USM | 24mm | 1/125 sec | f11| ISO 100 | Hand-held
There are a lot of beautiful places out there, and I like to think I’ve seen some pretty cool ones over the past few years, but I’m fairly confident that Olympic National Park is the most special of any place I’ve been to. For one, there is no other place I’ve seen that so seamlessly blends settings together, from rainforests to alpine peaks, everything feels close and available. Then there’s the fact that no matter what your skill level is, there’s a challenge for you. Mountain peak seeking adventure junkies can get lost in the number of opportunities they have to explore, while those looking for deep forest exploration will find one of the most fully evolved forests in the United States. It’s addicting to explore, and invigorating to realize that Olympic is larger than I ever realized. Here’s to postponing international tickets and exploring what we’ve got so accessibly close.