Time to practice what I preach, no more losing focus on what's important simply for the fact that I'm surrounded by white noise. None of that matters, all that matters is what's right in front of you, the rest will fall into place.
Hope you like a little bit of a departure from what I normally do with some abstract beauty. Also #bokeh whore life 😁 📸 - Sony A7RIII, adapted Leica 50mm Summilux APO.
The subalpine forest at Emerald Lake tapers to a few dense stands, revealing Flattop Mountain and Hallett Peak ahead.
At this elevation, the winds and heavy snowfall make survivability for most plant and animal life challenging.
As seen here, even in June the temperatures remain cold enough to keep ice floating on about 1/6th of the lake.
EOS 5D Mk III | Tamron SP 15-30mm f/2.8 Di VC USD | 15mm | 1/40 | f/16 | iso 100 | 2 image composite
5 1216 minutes ago
Today I’ve been thinking a lot about the discipline to push yourself and get things done. And instead of sitting on the couch watching tv after I finished a project today - I pushed myself to go for a run and took this picture of the sunset as a reminder: Discipline yourself to get where you want to be and don’t waste your time.
Love me a good water reflection shot! Tetons look so small with this wide angle lens. But I assure you, they are majestic and huge. #tetons#schwabacherslanding
2 6127 minutes ago
You don't really understand the scale of the volcano until you get thr opportunity to summit it. It was a very difficult climb through most of the night to get there for sunrise but you push on through up and up just for the thrill and a view like this.
Incredible colours, especially of red as the light hit the rocks all around. The crater lake simmered below as everyone tried to get a photo of themselves above it, trying not to show they were shivering the entire time due to the hour and the altitude.
One of my favourite volcanos 🌋 despite the grueling climb.
We saw a month later that a large earthquake hit the island of Lombok devastating many people's homes and stranding many Indonesians and tourists on the volcano as the trails disintegrated. This was very sad to hear, I hope they're rebuilding and are able to move on with their lives and recover.
Mt. Rinjani, Lombok, Indonesia.
Taken with the Sony A7Rii and the FE 16-35mm.