Found the cutest little @dvf dress on MAJOR sale at @anthro_nashville. If you live in the area, definitely pick it up for future parties or weddings. If you don’t you can shop it through this link () or through my bio.
There are places so vast and incredible that we have chosen to protect them, if only from ourselves. #designatedwilderness#goingplacesquietly
I googled photos of Tanzania when I got home last night to see what the winner of @natgeo’s contest might experience. The wide open landscapes and terrain I saw reminded me of this ‘slightly’ more mountainous area, where the wild still remains. I was only out for a quick hike that spring night last year, but made it to this vantage point to get a tantalizing taste of the terrain. Can’t wait to dive deeper into those peaks in a few months.
On another note, I’ve seen a few drone videos this week that were taken in obvious wilderness areas around Montana. They strike me as a showcase of complete disrespect for an area meant to be as free as possible from human impact, including all things motorized. To me it’s not about laws, but more so the principle of saving these remaining spaces for the wildlife, and their natural environment that brought us here as humans in the first place.
Day 180 | AT | Mile 2,164 | *sleepy eyes* The morning after our 30 mile day that landed us at Rainbow Lake campsite just before midnight. Day before summiting Katahdin. Shoes taped up & gear on its last leg. The fall colors now at their full vibrance. Stuff that usually exists behind a backlit screen. A stillness filled the cold air as we strapped on our packs and started our 26 mile day to our last campsite...
Calling all Billy Blue College of Design, Torrens University Australia and Media Design School students.
We’re challenging you to think beyond traditional ideas and create the unexpected; to frame your work in a new light with the streets as your subject. You’re invited to capture your surroundings in new and exciting ways.
Using your own equipment or equipment hired (for free) from the Design Technology Store on campus, the focus of this competition is on urban / street photography — looking at the everyday lives of people in public places, your photos will need to include an urban setting and a human element.
This competition is open to all Billy Blue College of Design, Torrens University Australia and Media Design School students.
For more information, to sign up an enter, or to see the prizes available, head to:
Submissions close midnight 26th April, 2019.
@natgeo reached 100 million followers! This is my most #NatGeo inspired photo for the #natgeo100contest . Taken in the Maasai Mara, Kenya on July 21st 2017. My husband @themalibuartist chose this spot for sunset. It's amazing how things work out. There's no way we could have planned the wildebeest to stand at that spot as the sun went down. It was so exciting and a moment that will stay with me forever.
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Trust that the universe has your back 🌻🌵 whenever I think back on memories that may have been disappointing in the moment, I can’t help but laugh now. I try to find the humor even in my failures and think “hey well at least I can say I lived”. At least I’ve got some funny stories to share over dinner or around the campfire. I truly believe and have been shown time and time again that things happen as they should and there’s always more adventure to be had if you don’t operate from a place of fear. On all your journeys I hope you remember to love yourself through it, the highs, lows and boring times: love yoself! I’m so excited for spring and finally feeling settled after moving to SB in September and Carpinteria a few weeks ago. I’m so ready for what’s to come and I sure hope you are too 💕 ps this hat is from @quagga_green and this Airbnb is AMAZING @cabincabincabin you’ll be seeing me post a lot about both of these things because the clothes and the house were so cute, my bad, kbyeee ✨
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Day 1 of my trip across Lofoten, Norway 🇳🇴 After an entire day of traveling with 3 airplanes, over 10 hours of driving, and only one banana with a few almonds, we have finally made it.