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"Peyto Lake is named after a famous park warden of the same name as he would often come and sit just like this to reflect, find solitude, and write in his journal at his favourite mountain lake." -Written and taken by @lightworld_travel
3 305 hours ago
Atingir objetivos nunca nos fará felizes a longo prazo. .
Mas sim, quem você se torna, a forma como supera os obstáculos necessários para alcançar os objetivos.
É as trevas que você enfrenta entende? O deserto. Os momentos de solidão, momentos que você acha que vai dar tudo errado.
São nesses momentos.
Quando você supera, quando você vence as coisas desafiantes, esses momentos é que vão te proporcionar o mais profundo e duradouro sentimento de realização.
Do you ever get the feeling that somethings watching you?
33 7468 hours ago
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Petite routine.... ramasser des petites choses, noter notre voyage pour ne rien oublier et choisir les prochains itinéraires.
Et ce carnet tout doux, reçu en cadeau pour l’emporter ici carnet de voyage adoré!!!
2 5011 hours ago
Trying a new weekly thing of sharing tips I've learned shooting landscapes. Comment below if you are interested in seeing more.
When shooting reflection shots, the most important thing is calm winds. If there is a slight breeze, the waves chop up the reflections. The best time to shoot reflections is either the calm at dawn or the calm after sunset. The difference between the first and second shots is just a few minutes, but it takes a good composition and turns it into a great one.
Ei você menino..
Obrigada por ser esse ser de luz, por ser inspiração na minha vida.
Obrigada por me fazer crescer..
Obrigada por me criticar, por me mandar ficar quieta quando falo demais..
Obrigada por realmente me ouvir quando quero falar..
Ah! Obrigada por ser meu palhacinho preferido ❤️
Obrigada, obrigada e obrigada!
P.S: Eu te amo.
8 14913 hours ago
Woke up this morning and was thinking about the mountains. Perhaps it’s time to start planning our next epic road trip. I took this shot back in 2017 on the Icefields Parkway when we were visiting Banff National Park in Canada. Truly a sight to behold. 🏔🇨🇦
I have found that when I arrive at a destination, most of the time the first couple of photos that I take will be the ones that stand out the most for me.
Those are typically the photos that are already framed in my mind, and are the most true to my natural vision and perspective, before my brain starts to come into play and scrutinizes every option and angel available to try.
It’s like your “pure state” before all the other stuff interrupts it… those moments are my favorite, and this is one of those moments for me.
I genuinely try and cherish those moments, so much so these days that I often leave the camera down by my side, and just allow my soul to take it in instead. It’s been a gratifying experience, but I do miss capturing them to reflect back on forever.
Either way, I have been playing catch up on editing whole bunch of photos I still have from some trips I took last summer/fall, where a lot of the time I just observed rather than captured.
19 22231:22 AM Feb 1, 2019
Experiencing Moraine Lake at blue hour is still one of my favorite moments in travel.
Everyone was leaving, it was lightly snowing. I just stood here to take it all in.
It was one of those moments that became ingrained deep in my memory.
Ever have one of those?
Where was it?