Albert Y. Adventure + Travel Nothing is impossible, the word itself says 'i'm possible'!
Hope you got to enjoy this incredible event tonight wherever you were✌️Shot with Sony A7RII 70-200mm F4
4,20112517 hours ago
Might be the craziest sunset of 2019 yet. I made a spontaneous decision to drive 4 hours to the coast last weekend. While approaching I saw some thick dark clouds in the horizon thought I was gonna get skunkked again. But when I get closer I realized there was a break of clouds on the horizon, I knew the sunset was going to be insane. 1 hour later the Earth put on one of the best shows I've ever seen of my life.
4,54814117 January, 2019
No matter how may times I've been here, there's just something special about this place that keeps pulling me back✌️
6,63319216 January, 2019
When I first started photography almost two years ago, I spent a lot of time photographing the city. I was out shooting almost every single day because you don't really need to drive couple hours to a location(plus I didn't have a car at the time). After a while I felt like I wasn't seeing enough of this beautiful city from the ground, so I had this idea for a helicopter ride. This shot was planed for a few weeks with my pilot "Take". I wanted a photo of Seattle like I’ve never seen before. I wanted to perfectly line up Mt. Rainier with Seattle skyline during sunset and I didn't want Rainier to look too small in the far distance(Compression was the technique for this). It's one of my favorite photos I've ever taken of Seattle exactly how I visualized it✌️
11,67248012 January, 2019
Roaming through the pathways of the Redwoods for the first time. There's just something about these trees that make you feel like you're in a fairytale✌️
6,50318310 January, 2019
Definitely my new favorite waterfall to visit in the winter❄️This is my second time doing this hike within just 2 weeks. Seeing forecast for snow the night before I decided this might be a great chance to see this place in full winter wonderland mode. I'm so glad everything worked out so well. Can you spot the tiny @casaramoon? ✌️
11,9342637 January, 2019
From the first time I went to see this beauty last summer. Wish this place is as easy to access in the winter. They were taken exactly at 4:16AM and 4:09AM, which one do you like better? 1 or 2?✌️
10,4693085 January, 2019
Starting off the new year with a quick road trip to one of my favorite places in Washington. Every corner you turn into is an amazing view✌️
10,7352623 January, 2019
The craziest place I've been in 2018 maybe even my whole life...After hours of research online and trial and error scouting around the day of, I finally found this place. There will always be challenges, the difference is what you choose to do with them. I have so many ideas/goals for 2019 and one of them is to travel internationally. One important thing I've learned from this year is don't compare yourself with others and just focus on improving your own skills. I've always believed that if I can be better than who I was yesterday then that's good enough. Anyways, I still can't believe this place/sunset is real...Thank you so much for all the support this year. Hope you set up your goals for 2019 and let's make them happen!
14,82843031 December, 2018
Chasing the golden larches was a dream come true. Definitely one of my favorite places I've been this year with @emiliomag@kevinmonahanphoto@hillaryeva_ Looking forward to so much more moments like this in 2019✌️
15,25422128 December, 2018
Golden hour and blue hour on the coast. Thank you "stranger" for the perspective. I've come to a conclusion that the only way to explore the coast well is to spend at least a month driving down U.S 101 and explore every corner possible. Happy holidays everyone! Hope you spread some love no matter where you are and who you're with this year ✌️
20,74137324 December, 2018
Ranking this place best camping spot I've been to during my last two-week road trip. 11/10 for the views, 10/10 for friendliness of the people around and 10/10 for activity opportunities in the area. I mean just imagine waking up to the tallest mountain (Mt. Whitney) in the contiguous United States right there!