Been looking at this photo for two months now, that's how long ago my Banff trip was, where did time go? Eveytime I look at this photo I just wanna grab my car key and go for a spontaneous road trip. Also, I'll be taking over @artofvisuals for the day, head over to show some love. Thanks so much for all your support, every like, comment and DM means a lot✌️
It's unreal how many crazy blue lakes and insane mountain peaks there are in Canada. Maybe I'll go back again soon. Can you guys spot the tiny @michelleeed ?✌️
This might be the luckiest moment of our Banff trip when a rainbow showed up right above the valley of ten peaks. Although I have seen thousands of photos from here, seeing it in person for the first time with conditions like this definitely made the experience more unique and special.
@everchanginghorizon in his natural habitat. Spent the last two days with this legend exploring places on the Olympic peninsula. Had the pleasure to taste a little bit what it's like to live the van life and I have to say it's frikkin amazing. Honestly so grateful to have had the opportunity to spend some time with @everchanginghorizon , who's been my top 3 inspirations since I started this photography jouney. His visions and stories truly inspire me to become a better photographer. Until next time✌️
This is the most beautiful drive in Washington in my opinion. That moment when you turn to the next corner and seeing Mount Rainer for the first time. You will never forget that feeling, that excitement, the urge to stop the car and take some photos...Where will the adventure take you to next?
It was pretty rainy this weekend in Washington so I decided to go back to one of my favorite places on Earth, Olympic peninsula. Always a memorizing experience exploring the lush green magical rainforest. Did you know that Hoh rainforest receives 140-170 inches of precipitation per year? It might be the wettest rainforest in the U.S! Have you ever been?
Went down to Mt. St Helens with @michaelmatti the other day to chase some wild flowers only to have found out that there weren’t many left. We walked around 2 miles and finally found an aesthetically pleasing looking patch of flowers. Michael had his sandwich from wholefoods and I used my new jet boil, which I’m obsessed with, to make some tasty meal. Then we waited for the stars to come out. This photo is as complicated as it can get in terms of techniques which is why it took me so long to post process, typically I’d like to spend less than an hour to edit one image. Looking forward to photograph more stars before the season is over✨
What inspires you? To me it's the open road. Driving through the Canadian Rockies has to be the most beautiful driving experience I've ever had. At one point I literally thought I was in a video game like everything was simulated and I had to pinch my face to convince myself everything I see is real. Just imagine you're in that car right there.
If I had to pick only one word to describe my recent trip to Banff, it would be "lucky". We're driving down icefields parkway and luckily we ran into two legends @karl_shakur and @wildbonde We all decided to shoot sunset near bow lake but then we saw the sky behind us started blowing up so we immediately turned around and got to this iconic spot as fast as we could. Luckily the light decided to last forever and we saw one of the most epic sunsets of our lives. I don't believe in luck usually...but I guess sometimes you really do get lucky✌️
That exhilarating feeling when you finally get to Banff after driving 10 hours and seeing this beautiful lake for the first time. The very first time I saw this lake was back in early May when it was still completely frozen. This time I finally got to experience the turquoise colors of most of the Canadian glacier lakes.
Always fun to go on adventures with friends who are willing to send it. We did this hike right after the 18 miles hike the day before with 2 hours of sleep. @alexjiggs decided to send it into the freezing cold glacier lake with no hesitation🤪 Where are guy guys sending it this weekend?
Have you ever been to a place that left you completely speechless? If I had to pick one as my favorite from my recent Canada trip, this is it. We're the only ones up there, hanging out for three hours until the sunset. 18 miles of hiking was absolutely worth it, 10/10 would do it again✌️
Sunset paddles✌️Sometimes you really do get lucky. This guy seems to know I needed a subject exactly at this spot, exactly at this time, so he popped out of nowhere to help me create an image. Also he already knows that yellow color would pop a lot better for photos. Cheers bud whoever you are, kudos to you💪This was from the last sunset of the trip, wanted to take it easy after a crazy week. Couldn't have asked for a better way to end the day. Have a wonderful week everyone!