Photo by @thismattexists ------------------------------------------ Follow us and tag #pinchpixel for a chance to be featured. ------------------------------------------ Punishingly long canoe paddles that giveaway to utter beauty and tranquility 🌲 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
It’s as though Mother Nature decided to make the perfect banger spot 👌🏼
I got to go on this epic adventure, I got to experience a new environment and I got to put some mountaineering skills into practice. All this, less than an hour from my doorstep. How epic is that!? Coming home from an expedition is made easier by living in a place where I can literally walk out of my home and into the mountains. I’ve always felt claustrophobic when people mention ‘settling down’ and ask how I’m going to make a living, where will I work and what will I do. I hate feeling the pressures and expectations of others, but when I am constantly asked these same things I can’t help but doubt my ‘lifestyle’ choice, I doubt that I’ve made the right choice to chase my dreams, do what I’m so passionate about and not be financially stable with guaranteed income. Then I have moments like this, moments when I’m filled with adrenaline and joy and full of the epic buzz of adventure, and I know I wouldn’t have it any other way.
Can you see those carvings on the rocks? It’s so unfortunate that there are people out there who think that it’s ok for them to do that on these rocks. More and more places require permits now and there’s a reason behind it. Have you ever wonder why many people don’t tag specific locations on Instagram? Especially if it’s a nature-related place? It’s not because they’re stingy, but because they want to keep those places safe within the circle of people who actually respect and appreciate nature. Also, we can find out about most of those places if we want to do our research.
Many of us go out on a hike and adventures because we love the outdoors, not just doing it for the gram. @travisburkephotography shared his perspective about Horseshoe Bend recently. @iwwm has mentioned that the hidden gem in Bali that are instafamous now are full of trash. @nathanielwise has shared his perspective too about not tagging specific location.
We hope that we can spread this awareness to others. The importance of being responsible and respectful while traveling.
Remember to tag #LifeWithoutSchedule on your photos to join our community and share your adventures!
the most charming little mountain village with endless quaint shops, ah.may.zing food (highly recommend the mussels at 21 steps kitchen & bar), and epic mountain views. I am already planning my next trip 💕