I have such a love-hate relationship with sunsets and wildlife🌄
On one end, they're a truly beautiful moment to experience. On the other, it means having to drive afterwards in the dark and having to be extra careful for roaming wildlife on essentially every road🐾
But for now, let's just enjoy one of top moments I had down in Monument Valley.
Zion National Park is a must-return destination for me. It’s criminal that I only got a chance to experience it for a few hours in total the first time around, but o came away with memorable views regardless. Still, The Narrows are calling my name. 😎
Where are you dying to return to?
9 1752 hours ago
One of our favorite hikes in Capitol Reef is Cohab Canyon where, after a steep initial climb, the trail takes you into a narrow sandstone canyon with loads of slots to explore and boulders to climb. It’s heaven on a hot day and especially engaging for kids!
9 4892 hours ago
Smoke blankets the stars 🔥💨✨
Canyonlands International Dark Sky Park
📷: Canon 6D Rokinon 24 1.4 6400 iso 25 sec
8 832 hours ago
When you aren’t allowed to have a fire while backpacking so you turn your headlamp red and pretend you’re having one 🤷🏽♂️
This short trip to Flaming Gorge is already making us miss summer and it’s not even over yet! It’s not too late for one more summer vacation! Check out the full video and story using the link in our profile.
4 1512 hours ago
Is this computer world?
3 1252 hours ago
Canyonlands Nationalpark - Island in the sky
Photo from our roadtrip in the USA.
We went there very early in the morning to catch the rising sun. The view was fantastic.
Traded in the mountain bike for a pair of hiking boots this week. Also traded in adventures with guys and spent the week adventuring with girls. This work week didn't suck, and neither did this view in the Wasatch. Thanks for the great recommendation @mick.kuhn and for the good company! #womenwhoexplore#womenwhohike#utahisrad
Interstellar transporter 🛤🌌🎆•
Moab, Utah is chalk full of amazing nightscapes. I often compare it to a "playground" for astro photographers. 😜 This scene here, was a composition I stumbled upon after hiking to corona arch with @ryantoswald. We had a successful night of shooting the arch...up until we tried to hike back to the car. It turns out, neither of us are very good at remembering the return trail. 😂After about a 2 and half hour detour consisting of bush whacking, hiking in circles, and accidentally startling the local bighorn sheep, we finally found the trail back. Once we knew where we were, we stopped one last time to grab our final exposures of the evening on this old railroad track. •