“Great acts are made up of small deeds.” — Lao Tzu
The night sky is made of millions of small points of lights and a lot of dark space. But when you look at it all together, it’s beautiful!
If you want something big from life and find yourself saddened by not being there or because of a tough time you are going through. Just know, that there is a ton of good happening in your life and that if you keep working towards what you want, one day you’ll step back and realize how all of the low times in your life were connected to get you to where you are now. Life is great overall. You are alive and breathing. Take a step back to just breathe and look at the big picture night 🌌 #milkywaychasers#milkyway#longexposure#California#nightsky#nightshooters#nikontop#nikonnofilter
I took a roadtrip a couple of years ago and hit a lot of the nations biggest national parks, but because of a breakdown we sadly had to miss Joshua Tree. As I’ve shared before, the roadtrip was the reason that I bought my first real camera for, so for my camera to bring me back to finally visit Joshua Tree has been pretty amazing experience. We had some interesting weather for the desert early on with rain and overcast skys, it cleared up but still pretty chilly out here! One more day with this fun group and a ton of content I’m excited to share with you all 🤙🏼
About a year ago I was in Hawaii with the fam and we drove down this single lane road with fields on either. We saw horses running around and decided to pull over to capture the moment (my dad enjoys photography too). These amazing creatures wandered right up to us, making the moment one of the trip’s most memorable.
Lately we've been trying to find more places that are off the beaten path so we can explore the lesser known locations here in California. Isn't it fun to find something new? We plan on doing more of this in the future.
Tomorrow we are off on a short road trip south to explore some of those places. A few days of camping is just what we needed for the weekend. Any fun plans for you?!
Luego de la descarga de las donaciones, se daban lugar varias actividades en simultáneo.
Algunas eran recreativas, de compartir con los chicos, jugando, haciendo manualidades, permitiéndonos también volver a ser niños por un ratito 😊🙌🏼
Blue hour at mount Shasta was insane. You can’t see the mountain well in this photo, but the alpine glow was ridiculous during this sunset. I’ve been thinking about taking more moody photos lately... I think I’m here for it
Also shout out to @baileyrt23 for this unintentional cool photo 😂 say hi to everyone in Cali for me. I’ll just be in Texas #californiadreamin
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To those with me in a pursuit of greatness, I want to share that we will go through long periods of testing before our dreams are realized. Stay consistent and work hard so that your strength will grow and stand faithful with each wave and test that life brings us. 💪🏻
The Mexican city of Tulum sits near the ancient Mayan ruins, known by the same name. The word Tulum was the Mayan word for wall or fence. However the city within the “tulum” was once know as Zama, meaning City of Dawn.
Zama was never a large population center, but rather a place of worship and a place commerce. The ideal location along the Caribbean coast placed Zama on both sea and land trade routes. In the 1200-1500 AD time frame Mayans thrived on the Yucatán Peninsula, and much of the trade that sustained their population occurred off of this beach just outside the center of Zama, or today’s Tulum Ruins.