I know sappy posts aren’t cool or whatever so I’ll use a quote from one of my favorite actors. “We get to choose who we let in to our weird little worlds.”
I love sharing my weird little world with you. 👽❤️ 📸: @staciangeliques
Milky Way shining over Redfish Lake Creek. Didn’t catch many meteors with my camera but it was still an incredible night. More Milky Way and Perseid Meteor shower photos to come.
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Taking flight. 🚀
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On this day I summited my first volcano then did the 18 mile death march back to the car. My legs and feet have never hurt so bad. After walking down the 36 or so switch backs from hell my feet actually felt like they were on fire. I cried and at one point I said if I didn’t get to the car in the next 10 minutes I was setting up camp then walking back in the morning (we did make it back in that time frame thank god). Hiking isn’t always fun. I have a love/hate relationship with it. It pushes you to your breaking point, but beautiful views like this always makes it worth it. I think that’s why I love it so much.
Last week, I stayed in a fire lookout, and witnessed a forest fire right in my face. Seeing a fire in real life, smelling the smoke really gives you so much appreciation for the fire fighters who endure this daily, for days and days on end. Currently, there are about 1.6 million acres of forest burning in the US. Thank you fire fighters 💛
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@nick.reedy Taking in the Grand view of thee Grand Teton Mountain. It took alot of work getting here, we backpacked around 20 miles of the 30+ at this point. It was worth every lost toenail, blister, and sore muscle though! After taking a few trips to the front side of Grand Teton National Park, it was nice to finally get fully acquainted with the wilder backside of these Mountains. Home to variety of wildflowers (more than I've ever seen) glacier lakes, waterfalls, wild huckleberries and bears this is one of those trips you'll never forget. Thanks for having me @firstname.lastname@example.org#grandtetons#wyoming
The longest single drop waterfall in North America. If you stood the new One World Trade Center at the base of this waterfall, the top of the building would barely clear the upper crest.. See the person down there near the bottom of the frame?