Day 3 brought wind, bears, and the feared Red River!
Slowing down can make the world feel like less of an undertaking
One way to see this beautiful park is to bus it from one end to the other!
Happy Friday, all!
Boy, this was a really difficult week to sort these. This set represents so many disparate aspects of my life; it’s crazy to look at sometimes.
This first one was from our eclipse weekend. We met these pack goats at Olallie Lake, on some training missions. This sure seems like a smart way to go backpacking!
This was also my submission for last week’s Monochrome Madness from Leanne Cole.
You’ve been waiting… bears are finally here!
Before getting to the pictures, I wanted to mention something about this day. Today is a special day. It’s my baby kitty’s birthday. She was my 16th birthday present, and she was only a month shy of turning 15 when we had to say goodbye to her two years ago. She was my favorite photographic subject, and though I miss her, I smile at all the happy memories. I’m making a conscious effort to remember her birthday and forget the worst day of my life, so happy birthday, Zoe! You can read all about her here.
As for Instagram, I have quite the variety this week.
Frogs and rivers and suspension bridges, oh my!
This week on Instagram was exciting! I had so many photos I just love, so it was hard to rank these.
My first one was an amazing sunset we just happened to catch while waiting for dinner at the resort in Costa Rica. We decided to pop out to the beach and we were instantly blown away by this view. Just, wow!
A country teeming with life is the perfect place to go with a camera!
Apologies for the short post this week, but I am operating on very little sleep (about three hours) having just returned on a delayed red-eye. I’m working to get back to my day-to-day life following one of the most amazing trips of my life, but it’ll take a little time.