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    Andrew D Flanagan
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The first glimpse of Alaskan glaciers through the morning fog after a few days in the open waters of the North Pacific, through to the Gulf of Alaska inside passage. #Northbound
The first glimpse of Alaskan glaciers through the morning fog after a few days in the open waters of the North Pacific, through to the Gulf of Alaska inside passage. #Northbound 
Lilac sunrise in my favourite place - somewhere I have no idea where it is
Lilac sunrise in my favourite place - somewhere I have no idea where it is
Clinton Road. Dead Man’s Curve. 
If you drop a quarter in the middle of the road at midnight, the ghost of a boy pushes you off the bridge in order to save you from being run over as he was in life... so they say.
Clinton Road. Dead Man’s Curve. If you drop a quarter in the middle of the road at midnight, the ghost of a boy pushes you off the bridge in order to save you from being run over as he was in life... so they say.
The good kind of lost. 
Hiking through the rain somewhere near the boarder of New Jersey and New York State.
The good kind of lost. Hiking through the rain somewhere near the boarder of New Jersey and New York State.
And Happy 4th July 💥
It was great to be in the US for a holiday that means so much to so many people. The post is a little late, but I hope everyone enjoyed celebrating this country; the land of the free, home of the brave, a country of immigrants, refugees, renegades, trailblazers, and dreamers. 
Keep exploring, keep inspiring, and keep moving forward. 
Happy Independence Day.
And Happy 4th July 💥 It was great to be in the US for a holiday that means so much to so many people. The post is a little late, but I hope everyone enjoyed celebrating this country; the land of the free, home of the brave, a country of immigrants, refugees, renegades, trailblazers, and dreamers. Keep exploring, keep inspiring, and keep moving forward. Happy Independence Day.
Moments in Paris captured on film. Nikon FM on Ilford. 
I always strongly recommend buying an SLR. Shooting on film slows you down. Changes the way you see things. Challenges you to look at the world differently. Each frame is unique, the grit, the grain, sui generis that is your experience in the moment.
Moments in Paris captured on film. Nikon FM on Ilford. I always strongly recommend buying an SLR. Shooting on film slows you down. Changes the way you see things. Challenges you to look at the world differently. Each frame is unique, the grit, the grain, sui generis that is your experience in the moment.
Moments in Paris captured on film. Nikon FM on Kodak. 
I always strongly recommend buying an SLR. Shooting on film slows you down. Changes the way you see things. Challenges you to look at the world differently. Each frame is unique, the grit, the grain, sui generis that is your experience in the moment.
Moments in Paris captured on film. Nikon FM on Kodak. I always strongly recommend buying an SLR. Shooting on film slows you down. Changes the way you see things. Challenges you to look at the world differently. Each frame is unique, the grit, the grain, sui generis that is your experience in the moment.
Four days in Paris is never enough, especially when you spend it indoors working, and get called home early. 
There is an inexhaustible amount of words, millions of reasons people fall in love with Paris. Too much to condense into a single post. 
Everytime I leave I wonder why I am - one day I’ll conveniently miss my flight... maybe today? 🤷🏻‍♂️
Four days in Paris is never enough, especially when you spend it indoors working, and get called home early. There is an inexhaustible amount of words, millions of reasons people fall in love with Paris. Too much to condense into a single post. Everytime I leave I wonder why I am - one day I’ll conveniently miss my flight... maybe today? 🤷🏻‍♂️
Volcán de Acatenango. In the distance, Fuego. 3 weeks ago Fuego erupted, spewing columns of fire, ash and rocks, pyroclastic flows that billowed up some 15,000ft before raining down over the region. Some 60sq miles blanketed in deadly 400degree ash, literally burying the town of San Miguel. 
Officially they say 110 people died and 197 are missing, but locals insist the number is much, much higher; more likely in the thousands. Most will never be found. 
There is so much to this story and the experience, but I cannot find the words. Nothing can ever be said, or written or shot to capture what these people experienced. 
For many, the site is and will now always be Campo Santo; hallowed ground.
Volcán de Acatenango. In the distance, Fuego. 3 weeks ago Fuego erupted, spewing columns of fire, ash and rocks, pyroclastic flows that billowed up some 15,000ft before raining down over the region. Some 60sq miles blanketed in deadly 400degree ash, literally burying the town of San Miguel. Officially they say 110 people died and 197 are missing, but locals insist the number is much, much higher; more likely in the thousands. Most will never be found. 
There is so much to this story and the experience, but I cannot find the words. Nothing can ever be said, or written or shot to capture what these people experienced. For many, the site is and will now always be Campo Santo; hallowed ground.
We are proud to say that at the end of this expedition, together we will be donating close to 30,000Quetzal ($4,000USD) to local conservancy work in Guatemala that helps protect and restore some of the world’s most important archeological sites.
This might not seem like a lot back home, but here that goes a really long way.

This is something I really believe in. We shoot all over the world, often in the most beautiful, stunning, and remote locations. We do not, and cannot take that for granted. We donate a percentage of profits from every shoot to local charities, nonprofits or international projects. Wherever we are, whatever it is, whether environmental, animal, health, education, arts or culture when you work with us you help the world, because, without it, we would have nothing.

Let's help give a voice to those who have none, a loudspeaker for those who can't be heard, and a global stage to tell their story.
We are proud to say that at the end of this expedition, together we will be donating close to 30,000Quetzal ($4,000USD) to local conservancy work in Guatemala that helps protect and restore some of the world’s most important archeological sites. This might not seem like a lot back home, but here that goes a really long way. This is something I really believe in. We shoot all over the world, often in the most beautiful, stunning, and remote locations. We do not, and cannot take that for granted. We donate a percentage of profits from every shoot to local charities, nonprofits or international projects. Wherever we are, whatever it is, whether environmental, animal, health, education, arts or culture when you work with us you help the world, because, without it, we would have nothing. Let's help give a voice to those who have none, a loudspeaker for those who can't be heard, and a global stage to tell their story.
Would you come with me? 
We have a few more things to do in Guatemala, headed north through  Belize to the Yucatán peninsula to unearth new sites, the secrets of the maya, and explore the unknown. 
Back to my favourite pastime:
Tomb Raiding
Would you come with me? We have a few more things to do in Guatemala, headed north through Belize to the Yucatán peninsula to unearth new sites, the secrets of the maya, and explore the unknown. Back to my favourite pastime: Tomb Raiding
When you climb above the canopy and you hear this coming from underneath you, you question whether you’re in a Mayan necropolis or Jurassic Park
🔊 turn your sound up for this one
When you climb above the canopy and you hear this coming from underneath you, you question whether you’re in a Mayan necropolis or Jurassic Park 🔊 turn your sound up for this one
I wish I could share his spot... I also don’t want to, and never leave. 
We’ll make it like Alex Garland’s The Beach; it’ll be the perfect, unspoilt spot for an edenic traveler community that you only ever hear stories about. 
Sunrise shavasana high above the clouds at a yoga retreat to be officially opening in Guatemala sometime later this year. A transcending place. The location definitely helps you find some clarity on whatever is going on in your life. Absolutely stunning.
I wish I could share his spot... I also don’t want to, and never leave. We’ll make it like Alex Garland’s The Beach; it’ll be the perfect, unspoilt spot for an edenic traveler community that you only ever hear stories about. Sunrise shavasana high above the clouds at a yoga retreat to be officially opening in Guatemala sometime later this year. A transcending place. The location definitely helps you find some clarity on whatever is going on in your life. Absolutely stunning.
Namaste.
Last night we arrived at a friend of a friends yoga retreat high in the mountains of north western Guatemala. Not yet open to be public, and really still being built, we were offered a warm welcome. 
After only a few hours sleep the girls woke us before dawn and we climbed to the top of the mountain above the cloud cover.
This retreat is really going to be something special. 
Clear your mind... 🕉
Namaste. Last night we arrived at a friend of a friends yoga retreat high in the mountains of north western Guatemala. Not yet open to be public, and really still being built, we were offered a warm welcome. After only a few hours sleep the girls woke us before dawn and we climbed to the top of the mountain above the cloud cover. This retreat is really going to be something special. Clear your mind... 🕉
What remains of an ancient Mayan city hidden deep within the dense jungles of Guatemala dating back as far as the 4th century BC, and our shooting location for today. 
Guns N’ Roses Welcome To The Jungle pretty much played on repeat as we rolled through. 
Nothing short of epic.
What remains of an ancient Mayan city hidden deep within the dense jungles of Guatemala dating back as far as the 4th century BC, and our shooting location for today. Guns N’ Roses Welcome To The Jungle pretty much played on repeat as we rolled through. Nothing short of epic.
When you’ve been up for 36hrs straight and travelled across half the country and trekked through the jungle all you want to do is stop, relax, and drink freshly brewed Guatemalan coffee that was grown, harvested, roasted and ground right here in this eco village. 
This really is a small slice of paradise.
When you’ve been up for 36hrs straight and travelled across half the country and trekked through the jungle all you want to do is stop, relax, and drink freshly brewed Guatemalan coffee that was grown, harvested, roasted and ground right here in this eco village. This really is a small slice of paradise.