I haven’t experienced Yosemite in the spring yet, and I couldn’t be more excited to get back out there in the next week or so... but graduation first ! M.S. in Environmental and Occ. health for those wondering 🎓🏞
Early mornings with the fresh scent of petrichor in the air, they don’t happen often enough in LA. So the moments when I’m out in the desert and it occurs, those are priceless... Like this one in the Valley of fire with fresh rain on the ground not long before sunrise
The drive into Torres Del Paine is unlike any other national park I’ve been too, it certainly gives Yosemite a run for its money. While I was on this trip, I dropped my 70-200 2.8 on the very first day. Destroyed the internals. Luckily had insurance coverage... A lot of the shots I planned this trip I wanted to use that lens. Improvising I used my 28-75mm on crop sensor mode, getting me to about 115mm (1.5x multiple of the lens you have on) Just in case you ever drop your telephoto and need to improvise!
Places like the Italian Dolomites have a way of constantly calling back for your return. Every view in northern Italy was incredibly breathtaking, rain or shine it did not matter. I’m curious what places do you guys have in mind that beckon for a a return?
I think my friend @neiltapman said it best on his last post, this mountain certainly has its own weather system for sure lol. After the 5th attempt of hiking/ camping here for sunrise, I finally got to see this peak light up. I would of done it another 5 times if I had to!
Happy earth day! We just got back from a whirlwind of a trip to the epic southern tip of South America. I’d be lying if I said I got the best weather conditions there, in fact it was likely some of the worst I’ve experienced. Out of about 10 days, maybe 5 we were able to get out and capture some shots. Out of those 5 Fitz Roy and Cerro Torre popped out of the clouds sparingly. That’s just how Patagonia is though, my first time there the weather was much more mild. Stoked to share what I did capture, ...
This beautiful planet of ours has so much to offer and see... We’re starting our long journey from South America, Patagonia to Los Angeles with our hearts full and an even greater appetite for adventure. There was so much beauty to see here. Being my second time it’s still not enough. @tiiiffaniiii and I will surely be back soon! #whpplanetearth
Lunar alpine glow, what an incredible phenomenon to witness in such an amazing place. We didn’t know the moon was setting before sunrise, but to our surprise Cerro Torre was glowing red from the moon set. The amount of effort to get here for this paid off, but Ill save that for later. #whpplanetearth
Torres Del Paine is such an incredible area to explore! Staying with @hotellastorres has allowed me to experience this beautiful landscape all while being accommodated with incredible guides, Chilean cuisine, and a comfortable bed in a prime location! Also, she said yes at the top of this hike! 😁