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  • Had a good weekend out shooting with some awesome people now to get back to the week of waiting for the weekend, hope it’s good for y’all
  • Had a good weekend out shooting with some awesome people now to get back to the week of waiting for the weekend, hope it’s good for y’all

  •  46  4  20 minutes ago
  • And just like that the sun is gone again. Still thankful for the rays of sunshine this weekend!
  • And just like that the sun is gone again. Still thankful for the rays of sunshine this weekend!

  •  16  2  1 hour ago
  • Had to make a delivery to the mailbox today. First time I have ever been on the summit alone; even if it was for only 10-15 minutes.
  • Had to make a delivery to the mailbox today. First time I have ever been on the summit alone; even if it was for only 10-15 minutes.

  •  76  4  1 hour ago
  • She peak’n
  • She peak’n

  •  53  1  1 hour ago
  • Snowy logs ❄️
  • Snowy logs ❄️

  •  83  1  2 hours ago
  • “Spend time with those you love. One of these days you will say either, 'I wish I had', or 'I'm glad I did.'”-Zig Ziglar
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In the past ten days there have been more reminders than I’d like regarding the fragility of life.
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The unfortunate reality is there’s a lot we can’t predict or control, but we do have power over how we choose to spend our time and what we make a priority.
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So happy that I spent the past few days with one of my BFFs @pammy.jr exploring, laughing, and raising the conversational volume in and around Portland.
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But we did miss you @deegandy!!
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PS How eff-ing cool is this tree?!
  • “Spend time with those you love. One of these days you will say either, 'I wish I had', or 'I'm glad I did.'”-Zig Ziglar
    .
    In the past ten days there have been more reminders than I’d like regarding the fragility of life.
    .
    The unfortunate reality is there’s a lot we can’t predict or control, but we do have power over how we choose to spend our time and what we make a priority.
    .
    So happy that I spent the past few days with one of my BFFs @pammy.jr exploring, laughing, and raising the conversational volume in and around Portland.
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    But we did miss you @deegandy!!
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    PS How eff-ing cool is this tree?!

  •  56  5  2 hours ago
  • Snow by the Bridge of the Gods a little over a week ago ❄️
  • Snow by the Bridge of the Gods a little over a week ago ❄️

  •  40  1  2 hours ago
  • Decided recently to up my game, and add a few new skills to my arsenal. This is my very first try at in camera double exposure😁 Thank you @deepthinker.truthseeker77, you are greatly appreciated😊 
#dowhatyoulove
  • Decided recently to up my game, and add a few new skills to my arsenal. This is my very first try at in camera double exposure😁 Thank you @deepthinker.truthseeker77, you are greatly appreciated😊
    #dowhatyoulove

  •  17  3  2 hours ago
  • The best days are ones where you hike and have amazing food after with your friends.
  • The best days are ones where you hike and have amazing food after with your friends.

  •  318  20  2 hours ago
  • Gonna drop another one of these funky edits on y’all but this time I decided to put the before shot as well so y’all can compare or whateva. I like how different this look is especially when used like this.
  • Gonna drop another one of these funky edits on y’all but this time I decided to put the before shot as well so y’all can compare or whateva. I like how different this look is especially when used like this.

  •  14  1  2 hours ago
  • Managed to capture another cool sunset this weekend before we took the ferry home from Kingston!
  • Managed to capture another cool sunset this weekend before we took the ferry home from Kingston!

  •  23  1  2 hours ago
  • #WhereInWildwoods⁠⠀
We took our Capilano sunglasses for a little day trip to explore Cascade Falls in BC.⁠⠀
  • #WhereInWildwoods⁠⠀
    We took our Capilano sunglasses for a little day trip to explore Cascade Falls in BC.⁠⠀

  •  12  1  2 hours ago
  • MoOoOdy
  • MoOoOdy

  •  28  4  2 hours ago
  • My all-time favorite stop along the Oregon Coast. This was the main destination on my first road-trip I took back in college and I'm still starstruck every time I revisit. Even though it's blown up since it doesn't make it any less special.
  • My all-time favorite stop along the Oregon Coast. This was the main destination on my first road-trip I took back in college and I'm still starstruck every time I revisit. Even though it's blown up since it doesn't make it any less special.

  •  1,986  36  3 hours ago
  • Apparently there are two waterfalls on this hike. We didn't know that so once we saw the first, we turned around 😂🤷🏼‍♀️🤦🏼‍♀️ You win some, you lose some!
  • Apparently there are two waterfalls on this hike. We didn't know that so once we saw the first, we turned around 😂🤷🏼‍♀️🤦🏼‍♀️ You win some, you lose some!

  •  39  3  3 hours ago
  • waited in line for a few hours for the fan pictures ( now just waiting for them to pick mine for the billboard 🙃😹 ). It was pretty cool to be with so many other fans & be able to walk down on the field afterwards. 💚💛 #PTFC
  • waited in line for a few hours for the fan pictures ( now just waiting for them to pick mine for the billboard 🙃😹 ). It was pretty cool to be with so many other fans & be able to walk down on the field afterwards. 💚💛 #PTFC

  •  50  1  3 hours ago

Top #pnwdiscovered Posts

  • Headed back to the PNW tomorrow. It might be cold, wet, and dark right now, but there’s still no place like home. 🌲🤗
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Photo: @everchanginghorizon
  • Headed back to the PNW tomorrow. It might be cold, wet, and dark right now, but there’s still no place like home. 🌲🤗
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    Photo: @everchanginghorizon

  •  38,058  512  23 January, 2020
  • Redwood National Park works alongside three pre-existing state parks to protect California’s coastal redwoods, hence the shared title of the parks. When the National Park was established in 1968, nearly 90% of the original redwoods had been logged, which is not only crazy, but also a glaring reason why our park systems need our full support. Without them, these incredible trees would be a thing of the past 🌲
  • Redwood National Park works alongside three pre-existing state parks to protect California’s coastal redwoods, hence the shared title of the parks. When the National Park was established in 1968, nearly 90% of the original redwoods had been logged, which is not only crazy, but also a glaring reason why our park systems need our full support. Without them, these incredible trees would be a thing of the past 🌲

  •  1,231  14  23 January, 2020