dont you think everyone loves taking good photos (even those who dont do it for a hobby/passion/career). ive found that almost everyone is very proud of themselves and happy when they capture something beautiful.
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No man can be eminently virtuous who is not accustomed to an extensive range of reflection.
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Seasons get on with their changing, and let me get on with mine.
The beauty of moving on 🗻🏔
Flashback to some of that real real snow! Nashville got a little taste and it only made me want to run for the mountains! This was from a snowshoe hike we took on the Lower Bear trail in Steamboat Springs, CO last year. It was my first time snowshoeing, and I found it harder than I expected, but when you are rewarded with views like this, it is so worth it!
Happiness comes in waves... (this is my happy place 🌊💙) #passionawake
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Last week Brian was camped-out on the cusp of a volcano in the Democratic Republic of Congo. This week, he is in #Rwanda, where he's just returned from an important hike - visiting the research site of the late American primatologist Dian Fossey. Brian shares the details with CBC Homestretch host, Doug Dirks. Visit Brian's blog to hear more. Link in bio.
I am happy to say I’ve only got a few spots left for my 2018 wedding season!! Who’s going to snag those last spots?!
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Cada año se registran en los parques nacionales ataques de bisontes a los turistas, este animal que llega a pesar más de una tonelada es muy territorial y es muy peligroso acercarse a ellos, aún con toda la precaución que tuve al acercarme, cometí un error que es sumamente grave que fue el de tirarme al suelo para tomarles fotos desde una perspectiva diferente, un guarda bosque me llamo la atención porque al estar en el suelo frente el animal se muestra una postura de inferioridad y aumenta el riesgo de ser embestido. Al final aprendí que debemos ser más conscientes y guardar precaución al momento de acercarnos a los animales salvajes, sigamos las recomendaciones para mantenernos a salvo. Esto fue un #behindthescenes pronto verán mi galería de bisontes.
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Sunset at the troll…
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Flying birbs. I find myself shooting landscapes more than people outside of the event photography that I do, but I’ve been looking into lighting and flashes so expect some series with portraits coming soon.
Probably the only touristy picture I’ve taken in the last two years of traveling... and then it decides to downpour 😂🌧😩 I guess that’s why traveling to Europe in the off-season is so cheap!!! But on the real... never in a million years would I have thought I’d be traveling in Paris on a random Tuesday in January with a Belgian friend (@adrien.dscmps) I met while working in Barcelona one year prior, checking off my 35th country visited. I may be basically homeless, without a “steady” job, eating canned soups every other day, moving from place to place, without having any idea of what I’m doing with my life, but if I get all of this in return plus a lifetime of stories and friends from all over the world - then it’s surely worth it all ☺️☺️☺️ On the outside I may look like a shit show to most, but if this is what shit show means - then sign me up ✔️
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Frosty feels. @lindsayfreebo127 and I went to Kings River Falls a couple weeks ago, and when we left, tiny ice shards had accumulated on everything! Creation is the coolest (see what I did there?)
🇺🇸 Have you ever been to the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone? Artist's point has always been my favorite view of the Lower Falls. We stopped there near sunset and were all alone to admire it. I always loved this view, but the end-of-afternoon sun light made it even more magical.⠀
🇫🇷 La vue du Grand Canyon de Yellowstone depuis Artist's Point a toujours été ma préférée. Nous nous y sommes arrêtés en fin d'après-midi et nous étions seuls à l'admirer. J'ai toujours aimé cette vue mais les rayons du soleil l'ont rendue encore plus magique.⠀
This photo isn't crazy but it is a memory and a perfect representation of how we were feeling. All crusty eyed from lack of sleep, chilled to the bone hiding out behind some rocks to get away from the wind, yet happy to be out there on top of a mountain looking down, while patiently waiting for the clouds to clear from behind Mt. Shasta and for the sunrise to show on the hills. I think the in between moments are just as important as the crazy moments because its those moments that get us to where we want to go.
Classic Moraine Lake. 🇨🇦 What a inspirational place! Definitely miss it and also the lens I shot this with. Unfortunately I lost my 20mm @sigmaphoto f1.4 art in the mountains in Switzerland last year by accident. Have you had a similar experience with your gear?
Tell me your story. Yes, you might have seen my live story (you can still see it in my profile). It’s exactly what it sounds like. As I’ve said before I really value the connection I’ve got with you guys so I want to maintain that. I’ll post a Instagram story/week or so and you just reply with a story of yours. It can be everything from the hilarious joke you told everyone at lunch to what has defined you as a person. Excited to get to know you better #TellMeYourStory
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Spotted this beautiful leader of a big herd early in the morning in the Indian jungle. Just right after the mist solved they vanished back into the thick forest #🦌
by @bensimonrehn 🌏 #folkgreen
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That winter bride tribe vibe ❄️
Photography || @chelseaxbo
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Have a great weekend folks! 🌙
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