This week was harsh, Nyastiel was barking for no reasons at all, jumping on everyone for attention, being the obnoxious little poo he is. But i'm working on it, and even if that's frustrating.... I love him so much. When I got him I would have gave up for less. But now ? He works like a superstar, wonderful focus and great energy. I just adore him and he deserves my patience. So back with a long line and treats - it'll get better. I know it. "Even on your darkest days
Oh, I will love you the same."
🎶Old black water keep on rollin’🎶
Shameless plug for one of my favorite artisans on @instagram , @moosewears !
Gabby was finally able to bring back one of her OG textiles, Black Water, and well, here we are and I have two collars in this print 😅
I love sharing more technical gear here, some of my favorite human-centric products, etc. But, I still love an amazing quality, hand made collar 🤷🏼♀️
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“Anytime we can get outside; whether it’s to go chukar hunting with Willow, fly fishing along the river, or hiking in a foreign place it’s feeding our soul. That’s why we are doing this... it’s not for anyone else, it’s for us.” •
Steven & recently got the chance to be on @upchukar podcast to talk about our hunt for adventure. We were super honored to be on the show & talk about things we are passionate about.
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** #GIVEAWAY ALERT** Doing something fun this weekend - I'm giving away a signed 12x8" print of one of my favorite shots that I've taken. #Sunset in Charlestown! I love the layering and pure #Boston crammed into this frame.
HOW TO ENTER:
1) Follow my page @michaelcwoodjr
2) Like this post
3) Tag someone in the comments who would appreciate this view! Each comment = 1 entry
Thanks to everyone who has picked up a photo this year. I'll choose a random winner Sunday night!
Two extremely powerful grizzly bears take each other on for a fight! 😦
ℹ️: Did you know? 🐻
Grizzly bears are specially adapted to survive the changing seasons. During warmer months, they eat a massive amount of food so they can live off body fat during the winter, when food is scarce. They may intake 40 kg (90 lbs.) of food each day, gaining over 1 kg (2.2 lbs.) of body weight a day.
Boy of the Sudusukai, a sect of the Wodaabe tribe. The Wodaabe are known for their tradition of Gerewol, a prestigious festival that finds men competing for love. They paint their faces in bright colours, wear colourful, elaborate clothing, and perform a series of dance routines to attract women. The dances, which go on for hours, are performed in front of girls who choose the men they find the most beautiful. To Wodaabe women, an attractive man is one who is tall, has white and regular teeth, as well as a symmetrical face. The girls have to have menstruated to be able to select and choose. The liaisons may be short lived or more enduring 📸 by @trevcole #wildestafrica