So sweet with a mean streak
Nearly brought me to my knees 🦋
Photo by @juliiathompson
we are the co-creators of our own experience, so make yours a masterpiece hunnay. 🔥
487162 days ago
It’s always fun to make the ordinary a little more extraordinary. Thankful for all the friends who put up with some of my crazy (and often a little ridiculous) ideas.
Two years filled with plenty of laughs, adventures, lots of love and enough memories to last a lifetime - here's to many more years. You're the best @melanieeelynnn_ ❤️
848482 days ago
This place is surely frozen or covered in snow by now, but reflecting back on all the glacial lakes from last summer gets me excited for what’s to come this year✨
@cassieworden braved the cold for this one - trust me it’s as cold as it looks❄️
Big things coming.. stay tuned 🙌🏼
1331221 hours ago
Calm morning by the lake with friends, hard to beat 🙌🏼🛶
12 Apostles - the Great Ocean Road’s most famous landmark. I waited here for a few hours to watch the setting sun light up the cliffs
19115 hours ago
Time doesn't care how much money you accumulate. Time doesn't care how much education you have. Time doesn't care how long you wait for your life to settle down. Time will always be hard to find. So the way I see it, you can start now and reach for your dreams, or you can wait for later and hope that "later" doesn't prove to be too late. -Richie Norton
16315 hours ago
The Cenotes Fairytale continues, as I found a New Yorker stranded on a rock, whispering sweet nothings to a turtle I believed to be fake.
Can you spot T?? ⛰
If you are lucky enough to visit @tasmania then be sure to spend some time in the Cradle Mountain area.
Even on cloudy days, the landscape is jaw droppingly beautiful (is that even a word?)!
These shots are from our hike around Crater Lake ⛰
This photo is one of my favourites from my time in Rwanda last summer. The Defassa Waterbuck is a large antelope found widely in Sub-Saharan Africa. They live throughout @akagerapark and are so regal and beautiful. 🌿
I’d be lying if I said that I wasn’t already dreaming of my next trip back while I was still there! Rwanda truly is a remarkable place to visit and experience.
I’m finally getting around to editing the rest of my photos, so don’t mind me if I post some more content over the next few days.
So thankful to have been picked as one of the top 4 finalists for this week’s #52weeksofnature photo contest by @hippytree! I feel so honored ☺️ if you have a second feel free to vote for me if you’d like! Link is in my bio 💕 thanks for the love!! #hippytree
A few months ago we had our @djiglobal Mavic Pro 2 stolen right out from under our noses while our backs were turned for just a moment. They took Devin’s whole backpack which had the drone, his computer, an iPad and most importantly an external hard drive with all of our travel photo + video on it. By a miracle we retrieved the hard drive 🙏🏻, but none of the equipment. This weekend we finally replaced it and took it out for an inaugural flight to grab some quick shots of @herbanproduce as the sun was setting. It was a breath of fresh air to be flying high again.
One of my favorite National Parks I’ve been to. So much backcountry to explore!! 🚗
1471719 hours ago
“For his invisible attributes — namely, his eternal power and divine nature — have been clearly perceived, ever since the creation of the world, in the things that have been made.” Romans 1:20 // Nature itself testifies to His brilliance and majesty.
74319 hours ago
There were so many signs that made me doubt to push through with this adventure. But knowing myself, when I want something, I'm gonna make it happen no matter what. So, together with my mom, aunt and uncle (in their 50s) we went to Mt. Pinatubo. At first, I want to regret this trip. But after seeing that beautiful disaster, it was worth every muscle pain, blister and sunburn that I have right now. 😭😂😂 We took the harder trail, the Botolan path (vs Capas, Tarlac). It was a total of 15.4 km trek and 4 hours 4x4. We crossed 2 mountains, btw. 🤘