Who wouldn't drive here right? I need to confess I'm not a fan of driving, when I had to drive for hours it bores me and therefore I get tired really quick, in fact makes feel sleepy. Now, here I new Zealand things are different, all roads are scenic but also you need to have extra care, and then I really enjoy cause they made me stop every other turn. @travellersautobarn#travellersautobarn
One of the highest mountains on Streymoy island called Sornfelli is my go to place to watch the sunset. There are many reasons why, one of them is you can see the most beautiful Fog Show. When it is lighted up with warm colors of the evening sun becomes even more entertaining and beautiful.
Feeling places that instantly changes your inner algorithm.
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Peaks, fog and a mountain lake - things that mix up incredibly well! 💚
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Not a bad place to chill and enjoy the breathtaking view over Ha Long bay in Vietnam 🇻🇳. Glad I had my @urbanarmorgear case with me which protects my phone from external forces and helps me to keep those epic selfies safe ;). #builttogofurther#ad [Anzeige]
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Keep your chin up, because the world is always in front of you.
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The smallest things will always matter.
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Backpacking with photography gear; not gonna lie, it's a challenging feat. It's what I've been doing for much of this past year, and I didn't hold back with the gear. I remember, early on, catching sight of myself in some reflective glass at the airport in Lima. I looked ridiculous. Like a parrot had exploded. 'If you want to be a bear, be a grizzly' mentor @ryandyar told me once. Yet I was looking at a full grown polar bear. A bag in the front, a bag on the back, another on the side. Things dangling off of every available clasp, a massive tripod sticking out from somewhere. A tent. A solar panel. Weeks worth of dehydrated food. Etc. etc. etc, all totalling nearly 100 pounds. I jingled when I walked. No wonder people were staring. I got stuck in doorways, and I don't even want to talk about elevators. Is this how photographers do it? I asked my reflection under the crushing mass. It certainly didn't look right and increased my respect for the ones who do it so much better.
Yet photography is a results oriented endeavour and all this was gravy, I told myself. Unlike past adventures, I would sacrifice experience for imagery, minimalism for self sustainability. It's been a learning process (I use baggage carts now) and as I write this on night 360 before my last flight home, I think I've picked up a trick or two.
You're looking at the view from San Antonio pass in the Cordillera Huayhuash where silence prevails and condors soar. If you've read 'Touching the Void' by Joe Simpson, this valley and one of those mountains is where it all took place. One of the greatest stories of survival and the human spirit ever written. At above 5000 meters, this view is garunteed not to take your breath away. It will be long gone before you get there.
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Foggy spring sunrise ☀️🌲
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