SWIPE for the full beautiful panorama.. What a dream day to walk in this scenery looking at the famous Eiger North Face in the far distance.. Winter dreams made in @grindelwald_eiger 😍
Fun fact: one step to the side and you sink into the snow up to over your knees. Happened to me several times while trying to get some shots, always a bit of a struggle to get back on harder ground, but quite funny (especially for everyone around) 😅 #feelthealps#inlovewithswitzerland#Grindelwald#olympusxplorers
Every time I think I’ve figured life out or that I’ve figured out what makes me happy, something happens that makes me realize that consistency actually makes for a dull life. I’m constantly changing. Constantly growing. And in my most unmotivated and unhappy times, I often find solace in the fact that growth comes with its ups and downs. Recently I’ve been stuck in a rut. The feeling of motivation has evaded me and with it any creative activities I used to enjoy. But I can solidly say I’ve grown from it and have become a better man. I’ve been starting to feel passionate and motivated yet again. Ready to take on the world once more. So remember, even when you feel stagnant, it’s a part of growth. Whether in art, in school, or just life itself, you’re growing. And I’ll be here growing with you
My birthday is 4 short days away. All I want is world peace, an end to violence, and this mountaineer’s refuge in San Esteban, Chile 🇨🇱🖤. Let’s go, shall we?
Architecture by Gonzalo Iturriaga Atala. 📷by Federico Cairoli for @archdaily
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I am of today and of then; but there is something in me that is of tomorrow and of the day-after-tomorrow and of the shall be.
We have a little challenge for you guys! Why don’t you try to leave your camera/phone home next time you go outside!? We’ve been doing this every now and then over the past month and it feels so damn good! You’ll be surprise to see how much you LIVE more every moment .
Let us know how it makes you feel 😉👍🏼 #iamnomad
Photo credit : @francisfraioli
I don’t even know where to begin, so I’ll begin at the end. Took this pic as I was finishing the #bhcwintertrifecta—3 peaks, 12 miles, 4000 feet of elevation gain. The weather was perfect and the snow took the whole thing up a notch. Made it harder but also made it so unbelievably gorgeous.