After driving through the night to reach here, we broke our backs sleeping in the car. Waking up to a cool morning new and familiar faces who had joined the trip, we all headed out to explore the area together.
Time and time again I will assert the fact that the people you surround yourself with is so incredibly important. Seek those who are like-minded and focused on building each other up. Otherwise, you're setting yourself up for repeated disappointment.
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A rare behind the scenes look at me desperately trying(and likely failing) to capture the incredible beauty of @glaciernps. Another amazing trip with the most patient woman(and best bear lookout) on earth, who may have also gotten the shot of the trip. Shooting on a 28mm-300mm, 3.5 lens I tried to get as much as I could, but the scale of Montana is just too great. Flying home today, I'm excited to see what I was able to capture.
Time flies, and as soon as the larches wear their golden dress again, it marks the end of an another summer. But its also the time when I shoot the most (or at least try to). As the days get shorter and the air sharper, there’s no better feeling than leaving your four walls for moments like this ⚜️
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Selfie goals 🙌 Tag somebody who’d love this! Photo by @suethrj
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Title: Monday morning in Lofoten
Photographer: Roger Kristiansen
— “I wanted to capture this iconic location with a different composition. The weather was bad so i thought it would be cool to capture the waves that was pounding on the rocks, with the famous cabins and the mountain in the background. A very risky place to stand as the waves kept coming in hard, but I managed to stand and protect the tripod and capture some awesome shots.”
Sony a7 II
17mm · f/9 · 1/4 s · ISO 100
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