This was at the top of the coolest mountain climb I’ve ever done. We left by headlamp before sunrise and then worked our way up multiple peaks around the basin before hitting the fresh powder on our way back to the hut. Winter has come and I’m loving it!
I lived two thirds of my life right next to the highest volcano in Costa Rica, but today after looking at this, it just sank in my mind. 3,432 meters of massiveness and my whole city just like that little town called Tierra Blanca, depends on it. #visitcostarica
I’ll take foggy mornings in the valley over a warm comfy bed any day!
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Magical trail with magical light ✨
...Leads to my secret little happy spot, perfect for dreaming, frolicking, cloud watching, moving and flowing, reflecting, drawing, observing, dancing, camping, tea drinking, sunset watching, deep breathing, laughing, dancing with faeries, and feeling thankful :)
I’d say it’s a pretty perfect spot, yeah? 🌄🌲🌿🐿
« Baja is where tires go to die »
En mai 2017, @jamesbarkman et ses potes ont pris la route sur leurs vieilles motos tout-terrain. Leur plan : parcourir la Pan American Highway, de l'Alaska à la Patagonie, et gravir une série de sommets en chemin 🏔
Après 16 mois et 48 000km, ils ont atteint Ushaïa en septembre dernier 🙌
Une aventure qu'il nous racontait dans Les Others volume 7, About Space & Time 📚
🏔️ One of the countless #lakes of my beloved #norway ❤️ Always such an phantastic and magical landscape. Can't wait to go back there again. The last time I visited the isles of #tysnes
What's your favourite location for your next adventures my fellow vagabonds? 🌏
⋒ The mountains west of convict lake have captivated me ever since I went back into them. My goal the day I shot this was to climb Mt Baldwin but soon ran out of time after hiking around it's base capturing images like this and the one I posted previous. I hardly noticed the light leak in this photo, blending in so well with all the other red.
Red Slate Mountain | #portra#film
I've never realized how beautiful this place is until it was all covered up in snow.
Before that it was such an inconspicuous cabin, blending in just perfectly into the surroundings to not be noticed if you wouldn't pay close attention.
But once the snow arrived the cabin would stick out as a warm and cozy shelter with its brown tones. So nice to see how seasons can fully change how you perceive a location! ❄
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Bet you didn't think this was England? Tag a friend you would like to visit the UK with. 🇬🇧⠀
📸: @davidmrule ⠀
🌎: Jurrasic Coast #England ⠀