Have your ever dreamt of a dystopian future....where you would pass by a zombieland and wonder when you would be attacked by The Walking Dead? Well, guess what, I found one. Thanks to the great @dreamcatcher_mahdi vai for taking me there and getting me back to the real world in one piece :D It was a crazy adventure and I wish to have more like this with the boss Mahdi Vai.
2 203 hours ago
"In this temple, as in the hearts of the people for whom he saved the Union, the memory of Abraham Lincoln is enshrined forever." Beneath these words, the 16th President of the US sits immortalized in marble as an enduring symbol of unity, strength, and wisdom.
I have always dreamt of a moment like this...me in front of the big marble statue, with nobody near to obstruct the view. Dream fulfilled.....
(Cannot log into facebook because of forgetting the password. I have been relying on autofill so much that now the "Black Mirror" is taking over me. Damn you technology :( )
Our first trip to visit our daughter when she moved to @explorefairbanks in 2016. I really wanted to see and try to photograph the aurora. If it wasn't for the volcano eruption that closed air traffic and extended our trip 2 days, I would not have had the chance to see this amazing spectacle. And these were only grade 3 lights. What was surprising to me was the motion. I always pictured them as being static but they grew and receded and changed shape.
✨ Instead of looking out into the world and beyond with a sense of wonderment and awe people seem to shuffle along looking at their feet, eyes and minds closed, and sleepwalking their lives away 🤷🏻♂️. Maybe it’s human nature. But I’ll always be that kid staring up at the night sky with my mouth wide open imagining what civilisations have risen and fallen in the time taken for the light to travel from the stars to my eyes. How tiny and insignificant we are, how short our lives are in the grand scheme of things, and what a miracle it is that I’m standing here staring at all. And fortunately ... I’m pretty sure I'm not the only one who thinks that way 🙏🏽✨ #throwbackthursday
6 416 hours ago
ART, to me is a general, overhead word. There are so many facets, a lot of subcategories to it. A universe of endless divisions that collide and then separate and then come back to overlap again. Being an artist is about creating, in multiple forms, in order to convey our minds to our fellow human beings. So here’s to sharing thoughts + ideas through various mediums, because at the end of the day aren’t we all artists in some shape or form?
Had a fun shoot with @6kubikes this weekend! Stoked to be doing what I love!
10 1369 hours ago
⛰🗻⛰ Who else sees the Grand Teton in this piece of art??? 💎❄️ ========================================================== Another shot from last weekend. I spent a possibly ridiculous amount of time shooting this one piece of ice. I think it looks like the Grand Teton in Wyoming. Who else is with me? ========================================================== The Grand
Nikon D3300 : Tamron 70-200 f2.8 : Breakthrough X4 CPL
150mm 1/5sec f/8.0 ISO100
Check out this adorable (and pretty good) golfer. Just because it's winter doesn't mean that your kid's can't improve their golf game. River Oaks is still hosting jr. golf lessons with InMotion. Sign your little golfers up today! #LinkInBio
The Cliff Spa at Snowbird | Perched eleven stories up and overlooking Little Cottonwood Canyon, the Cliff Spa sounds like the perfect place to watch 12 to 18” of new snowfall tonight. #ffkrlegacy
Photograph by @eric.kerr
Best color combination in the world!
1 10415 hours ago
It’s not snow or snowballs, it’s salt clusters. Shaped and formed by wind and water, pushing and rolling deposits together, and collecting minerals over time. What’s even more bizarre is walking out for miles in ankle deep water on top of and endless sheet of hardened salt, sometimes breaking through, exposing thick muddy clay. .
A friend learned the hard way about wearing proper footwear and had to take his shoes off, exposing his feet to the sharp, porous surface. By the end of shooting, he could hardly walk back to the truck. Feet all scraped and cut up. Talk about ‘salt in the wound’. Haha.