Since I moved from Michigan to the dry side of Washington state I’ve had minor difficulties in finding fall colors that I’m actually enthused about photographing. Yesterday we went on a short trip up to a fire tower and the larches were incredible. Only one problem arose. My drone flight ended up being less around the fire tower than it was into it 😫 🚁 🔥
I got this shot from the fire tower, but thats about all I ended up taking before the incident. So unfortunately you guys will have to fill in the blanks of all the larch splendor that we saw. 🌲🌞 On a side note. Who has experience with DJI care? I’m about to find out what it’s all about! 😂 Cheers folks, and happy Sunday. 💪🏻
Don’t tell me not to sit there ✖️I was always the kid who climbed in everything and people always would say be careful not to fall... I think it’s important to fall sometimes so you can learn how to get back up again (although obviously I wouldn’t recommend falling of a mountain like this 😍) !! Hope you all have a lovely Sunday - what are you doing today? I’m going to see a demonstration now here at the Copacabana in Rio about the elections next week and then walking all the way to Ipanema to visit a market there ☺️💚
2 662 minutes ago
Appreciate what you have in life. You'll never have the same moment again
“We need the tonic of wilderness. We can never have enough of nature.” ↟henry david thoreau -
There are some things in life that are certain. Death. Paying taxes. Change. But it’s in the unchangeable that I often find my comfort. Like knowing if a plant gets enough light and water, it will grow. Simple. Truth. Some things are just plainly reliable. Cling to those things because not all of life works that way. I really think it should be appreciated when something carries integrity. Do you agree? 🌿 #wanderluster#integrityiseverything#natureteaches
Over a thousand years ago the Hohokam Indians walked this very trail. A short 1.5 mile walk brings you into the depths of the canyon where you can see the petroglyphs they left behind, and you can only imagine what life was like back then when the desert was left untouched... It is always an honor to go out into nature and connect with the history of my new home, Arizona 🌵I have photos of the art gallery that is this trail, and I'm excited to share them with you. One trail at a time, I'm determined to document the joy and excitement the desert brings to my heart! & Thank you @barefoot.fish for sharing this amazing and sacred experience with me 💞
“Driving along the Tioga Pass was one of the best things we have ever done: you’re gonna experience crystal clear alpine lakes, colourful plants, eternal widths, the freshest air you can imagine and impressive mountains everywhere around you🌲🌲⛰” - @travl.now
If you’re headed to @thefitatlantafest, make sure to stop by our booth and pick up all kinds of goods! we’ll be there all day from 8 to 6!
2 1114 minutes ago
[ NORTHERN IRELAND ]
Je termine cette parenthèse en Irlande du nord par la Chaussée des géants, un lieu hors du temps qui vaut le voyage. Ce lieu se caractérise par ses colonnes de basaltes verticales qui semblent taillées par l’homme. Je n’ai jamais rien vu de pareil 😳 Selon la légende ces formations sont dues à la rencontre de deux géants ennemis qui vivaient de chaque côté de la mer. Une histoire qui rajoute un côté mystique à cette région 🧙♂️
1 920 minutes ago
Why do I choose mountains? Because the mountains never judge or discriminate. I choose mountains because every step on a trail is a step to free myself. Free myself of anger, self-doubt, personal situations, anxiety and other emotions that may be holding me back from personal growth.
It’s like once everything has broken me down the mountains were there to build me up again; really showing how small everything is in comparison to the world.
I choose mountains because when my mind is racing the mountains are my place of peace and serenity, my place of quiet and stillness.
I choose mountains because to me mountains are home.
1 1329 minutes ago
Kosongkan Jalur demi kedatangan kereta selanjutnya (terakhir). 🙂