Nothing like a fiery sunset in Utah!
Much like Photography, Marketing online & Growing media presence takes patience, understanding your environment and consistent efforts at your trade. Amazing capture from @danieljames.photography in #zionnationalpark .
What are you doing this week to ensure you are a step ahead from last week? #utah#utahphotographer
Please remember to always leave our parks better than you found them! 🤘
2,8204921 February, 2019
I have a lot of ‘pretty’ photos from Sedona. Lots of beautiful views and shining moments and triumphant poses. But I made sure my husband also took this photo, because I wanted to share what the rest of my trip looked like: Three days of me clinging to one rock or another, in tears. Some of the hikes we did, like Doe Mountain, I pushed through and made it to the end (still crying). This was from Cathedral Rock, after I ultimately decided to head back down after making it 80% to the top. I had crawled most of the way up on my hands and knees, stopping every few feet to work up some more nerve. I stood at a flat spot for about 20 minutes while others filed past me, before I finally admitted to myself that I was done.
Cathedral Rock is only .6 miles to the top, and many people flew up without any problems. But if you have an issue with heights (or vertigo), it can be terrifying. There are a few places where you're just scaling tall smooth rock. I kept telling myself that the middle is really the worst part and once I got past this ravine it would be so easy, and the views would be SO worth it. But I knew in my bones I was done. The whole way down (scooting on my butt), I felt like a complete failure.
But here's the thing; you have to know your limits, and not just your physical capabilities - you have to listen to your mental limits. Don't put yourself in danger because other people think you can do something.
I told Chad to go ahead and finish and I'd wait for him. But he said no. He started walking down, took my hand, and said "we'll come back next year, and we'll finish it together."
So that's what I'm going to do. 🙌
84515019 February, 2019
You’ll never want to leave #Armenia after you experience people’s hospitality on our trails. Repost @armenian_geographic This woman saw a group of hikers who had just come down from the mountain and offered them warm, homemade bread. It was a very beautiful gesture.
4381120 February, 2019
Natural hot springs in Italy 🇮🇹 Tag a friend who needs to take you here on vacation ✌😊
Photo by: @mycamera.n.me 📸
1,1193916 February, 2019
One of the most inspirational places I've ever been
24 Days Until My Thru-Hike Begins: After 5 grueling days on the Triple Crown Loop in Virginia back in December I was almost finished with just Dragons Tooth to summit. Those 5 days I encountered rain, snow, 50 degree weather, freezing temperatures, a search party looking for a missing person, a news crew that gave me an interview, followed by being stuck behind that search party carrying the body of that mission person the last 2 miles of the hike. I want to go ahead and apologize to my Church Family for the language in the video but after 5 days of getting my butt kicked, I was feeling that high. I don’t care what anyone says, there is no drug in the world that gives you a better feeling than that. I don’t know how everyone else’s feels about hiking or climbing mountains but when I go out there and get to my destination I get the feeling of empowerment. Like I can do anything. That’s exactly how I felt in this video even though I wasn’t finished. This was only 37 miles long so imagine how I will feel when I get to Katahdin. I was also kicked out of one of the main Appalachian Trail Facebook groups because of this video. Thanks Mr Rick Hatcher! #japhethsjourney#appalachiantrail#hiker#hikes#hikers#hike#atprep#hikersofinstagram#at2019#thetrek#trektheat#outdoordonkey
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1 week ago you just told me na “ dy gusto ko ng YAKULT “ BATA? Yakult? 😂
so around 10:00am yesterday pumunta ako munomento para bumili ng maraming yakult, then naisip ko ang pangit nmn pag literal na ibigay ko lng ung yakult sayu, so I went to national bookstore para humanap ng box kaso wala, pumunta ako sm sagandaan wala din, din I went to city mall malabon wala din, then I decided to go to sm north, finally nakahanap ako. It’s quite funny 😁 na ang sosyal sosyal nung balot tas laman puro yakult. Haha then a lot of people sa gift section keep on staring on that gift while the sales lady packing it, and they are all wonder why it’s yakult? Even me natatawa at kinikilig ako habang binabalot sya. Haha the bottom line is, what makes u happy I’ll go for it. Haha yikeeeeee.
Ps: thank you for everything dady, thanks for taking good care of Oni.
Silver Falls State Park is a state park in the U.S. state of Oregon, located near Silverton, about 20 miles east-southeast of Salem. It is the largest state park in Oregon with an area of more than 9,000 acres, and it includes more than 24 miles of walking trails. • •
In light of the Polar Vortex, we have decided to team up with our friends at @dark.peak to hook one of you up with a high-performance, ultralight mid-layer jacket! 😍👌🏽
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Yesterday’s sunset up by the Maud Heath Monument, in Bremhill, Wiltshire, was a hazy one but still beautiful 😍 2.3km (swipe for video). Staying nearby, I saw the sun getting ready to set and thought I would quickly totter up to the monument to try my luck with the drone - hopefully to get a good capture! 😊
Maud Heath made her living in the 15th century regularly carrying eggs to market in Chippenham. As she was a widow and childless, she decided to leave her money to improve and maintain the path she had taken several times a week, for most of her life. Part of the Maud Heath Causeway has 64 arches, to help combat the floodplain caused by the River Avon. More than 500 years later, the charity still maintains it.
In 1838, a monument was constructed - a 17m high column with a statue of Maud Heath sitting, wearing a bonnet, with a basket of eggs next to her, looking out over Kellaways towards Chippenham. Not only does she get to enjoy stunning views, but countless sunrises and sunsets. I’m pleased I managed to see what she sees and share one with her 😊