That awkward moment when the water is clearer than your future 🤪
Another waterfalls for #waterfallswednesday ! I once had this hidden gem in Big Sur all to myself by taking the less beaten path and hopping over some boulders right before sundown. The water was freezing cold but refreshing at the same time. I found that there is no better feeling than being surrounded by and alone in nature. Do yourself a favor and go outside!
I will always love Florida but I’ll have to say South Carolina has some beautiful state parks . There are a few that are anywhere from 15-30 minutes close to each other . This however is my absolute favorite 🤩
So I have had a few messages today asking why I have posted a picture of a waterfall on #waterfallswednesday . Truth of the matter is, I have a lot going on right now in life good and bad...I just found out my little Nibz need surgery on his patella which is rather quite expensive and heartbreaking, to see my little dude who full of energy to be hobbling around on 3 legs..plus my fall/winter schedule kicked in..so I won't be traveling as much till fall for the colors and later on in winter w snow days..other then that I usually stay local and shoot sunrises...plus I'm really wanna get away from always being on this phone.. Thank you to all of you who messaged me for a waterfall picture on this day...here is one from Sundays adventure in the Catskills which a simple 3/4 mile hike ended up being 10/12 miles 6 hrs later
I've been hesitant to talk about this ever since we got back from @glacier_national_park because no one believes that I saw a Merman at the top of #GrinnellGlacier . However now, I have photographic proof! 🔱
Kay Falls is located just off Trans Canada Highway, right by the Eagle River Bridge. You can easily Google "Kay Falls" and you'll be given the location mark. There is no sign for this falls and no parking. You just pull off the road then walk the trail for about two minutes. It's between Enchanted Forest (from Revelstoke) and Crazy Creek Falls (from Sicamous)