From a stormy day on the Oregon coast. Our oceans are so incredible. It’s becoming more and more important for us to take care of them. As humans we need to step up and preserve the beauty of our planet. Be smart, be kind and be better. We all can. I can’t wait to be back on this coastline in less than two weeks, exploring parts we didn’t make it to last year. Fingers crossed for a bit of sun this time! 🤞
Im beyond grateful for where photography has taken me, taught me, and to the amazing people I’ve met along the way. No matter where I go, I’m glad I get to bring you all along with. #WorldPhotographyDay .
. Grand tetons, yellow stone, glacier, banff, jasper, and then Peru!!! Let’s meet and make some memories 🙏🏼
🌍Shades of leaving: Peloponnese🌍
The first thing you see arriving in Gerolimenas when the sun has already gone to sleep is a formation of lights that look like they have been stolen from the sky to be put on a black wall leaning against the small port. If you look better you will see they're a path, guiding you up on the mountain that somehow divides this beautiful small town from the rest of the area. As the thing that has been clear to me from the very first day in Greece is that "if you can see it, then you can climb it" I was amazed to hear that, so amazed I forgot its name and unfortunately Google isn't providing any help. We spent that night between the tasty food and the amazing sound of water colliding with the stone beach that is characteristic of the Mani area. The day after, though, we couldn't resist to the call of the mountains so at sunset we started our walk. The enormous stairs quickly leave the scene to rocks and trees as you keep going up (and up and up) helping yourself with your hands and your will to get to the top. The view of the small town from there really is breathtaking as only from the hight you get to recognize all the tips of the region and understand why every town is a small fishing village. But we've also been very lucky with the timing: the sun was setting and the path was getting very dark so we really couldn't imagine that at the top we would have found that cold orange line that I absolutely adore. Our friends had to call us from a lower spot since we had forgotten that while we could still see the sun, the path was getting darker and way harder to take. So here I am, breathing the sunset.