Single vs Stacked
Headed to Rainier this weekend for the first time! Stoke level 💯
Shot info below:
Slide 1: Single
Edited in LR
Slide 2: 18 Stacked for sky + 8 dark frames
Stacked in SLS
Edited in LR
On the Edge ⛰
There was one point in this giant stream of photos we call a "feed" when I decided to post some experimental graphic designs I'd created. After all, design is what I do for a living, and besides exploring new mountain ridges, I also love exploring new ways of visually expressing myself. So, I'm wondering if I should try and post some designs every once in a while, again. I kind of miss it, and seeing how people react to my work, giving me feedback for the next time I create something. What do you think? Should I post my designs every once in a while?
Water like most things is never really appreciated until one has none. Its good to go without sometimes. It lets us see what we are dependent on. We will be less likely to take for granted after a episode of being deprived. In this consumer society its very important to reestablish such a realization and awareness. Our very survival depends on a paradigm shift, where resources aren't perceived as inexhaustible.
Crazy to think I live only a short 2 hour drive from rainier and I’ve never been to the National Park. Glad I finally got to experience and explore around despite my clumsy fall from running down the trail 😂😂 going home with a couple scrapes and bruises 😜
8.12.2018 || The high point of the hike. From here it's twelve miles of downhill dropping some 7,000 feet. But more importantly this is where the beauty appreciation and slow walking begins. Swipe➡️.
—and just like that, it’s time to move on. it’s time to build a new home, to climb new mountains and to build new experiences. 30yrs a PNW’r, but opportunities for change in life happen. i’m grateful and thankful always for that. so here’s this time last year, when i didn’t have an ailing back and we were finishing-up a race lap on Beckey’s classic ‘north ridge’ of mt. baker! @bakerguides
At the elevation of 3,200 meters above sea level there is shortage of oxygen as I couldn't go any further and had to use my inhaler (just to let you know, I have an asthma problem) but one thing is to be of certain, that, there will be no shortage of water, as I even drank from this one