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  • [ES] Otra perspectiva de nuestra mañana helada en Horseshoe Bend ❄️ Y por si te lo estabas preguntando, sí, eso que se ve a lo lejos es una persona :) Feliz viernes! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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[EN] Another perspective from our cold morning at Horseshoe Bend ⛄️ In case you were wondering, yes, that little thing in the distance is a person :) Happy Friday!
  • [ES] Otra perspectiva de nuestra mañana helada en Horseshoe Bend ❄️ Y por si te lo estabas preguntando, sí, eso que se ve a lo lejos es una persona :) Feliz viernes! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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    [EN] Another perspective from our cold morning at Horseshoe Bend ⛄️ In case you were wondering, yes, that little thing in the distance is a person :) Happy Friday!
  •  47  7  15 hours ago
  • Totally tubular 🤙🏽
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The black sand beach where this lava tube can be found was created when hot, flowing magma collided with the Pacific Ocean and shattered into millions of tiny pieces. This process happened insanely fast, potentially in a matter of hours or days! Over the millennia, the pounding of the oceans waves on those black volcanic shards has created a beach of entirely black sand. The lava inside this hollow tube hasn’t been exposed to the ocean waves like the shoreline has, so its texture is much more like a river bed, with smooth rounded pebbles instead of finely granulated sand.
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Unlike white sand beaches, which have renewable biological sources for their sand (like coral and sea shells), this black sand beach will one day wash into the ocean and disappear, since the lava has stopped flowing here... while the black beach it’s found on will one day vanish or perhaps change color, this tube and it’s black pebble floors will likely be around for much longer, avoiding the elements in the protection of the tube itself. In the meantime it’s a pretty cool spot offering some bizarre natural lighting that makes for a moody and mysterious tunnel photo. To me, the image resembles an eye staring back at the onlooker 👁
  • Totally tubular 🤙🏽

    The black sand beach where this lava tube can be found was created when hot, flowing magma collided with the Pacific Ocean and shattered into millions of tiny pieces. This process happened insanely fast, potentially in a matter of hours or days! Over the millennia, the pounding of the oceans waves on those black volcanic shards has created a beach of entirely black sand. The lava inside this hollow tube hasn’t been exposed to the ocean waves like the shoreline has, so its texture is much more like a river bed, with smooth rounded pebbles instead of finely granulated sand.

    Unlike white sand beaches, which have renewable biological sources for their sand (like coral and sea shells), this black sand beach will one day wash into the ocean and disappear, since the lava has stopped flowing here... while the black beach it’s found on will one day vanish or perhaps change color, this tube and it’s black pebble floors will likely be around for much longer, avoiding the elements in the protection of the tube itself. In the meantime it’s a pretty cool spot offering some bizarre natural lighting that makes for a moody and mysterious tunnel photo. To me, the image resembles an eye staring back at the onlooker 👁
  •  26  1  15 hours ago

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  • Walking along the terraced rice fields of Sa Pa.
  • Walking along the terraced rice fields of Sa Pa.
  •  35  4  15 hours ago
  • Werbung/ad

After we captured some great shots of the moonrise, I made myself comfortable in the igloo. I just clicked the Type Cover on my #SurfacePro6 to use it as a full laptop and quickly started editing the photos. Of course I enjoyed some good music with my Surface Headphones while editing 😉 Life is good! Take a look at the whole campaign via the link in my bio from @notebooksbilliger

#AnythingButOrdinary #Microsoft @Surface_Deutschland
Photo: @ronnyfri
  • Werbung/ad

    After we captured some great shots of the moonrise, I made myself comfortable in the igloo. I just clicked the Type Cover on my #SurfacePro6 to use it as a full laptop and quickly started editing the photos. Of course I enjoyed some good music with my Surface Headphones while editing 😉 Life is good! Take a look at the whole campaign via the link in my bio from @notebooksbilliger

    #AnythingButOrdinary #Microsoft @Surface_Deutschland
    Photo: @ronnyfri
  •  410  11  15 hours ago
  • insane view at this coast in france 🏖️
  • insane view at this coast in france 🏖️
  •  338  20  16 hours ago
  • “Whether you’re 9 or 90, stop trying to fix the things you’re bad at, and focus on the things you’re good at” - Gary Vaynerchuk
  • “Whether you’re 9 or 90, stop trying to fix the things you’re bad at, and focus on the things you’re good at” - Gary Vaynerchuk
  •  26  1  16 hours ago
  • Cheezin’ for the spring and also for the weekend. Double cheese 🧀 which is also  what I add on my burgers 🍔
  • Cheezin’ for the spring and also for the weekend. Double cheese 🧀 which is also what I add on my burgers 🍔
  •  61  3  16 hours ago
  • portaging
  • portaging
  •  37  1  16 hours ago
  • SuperMoon! 🌙 @therandombug —————————————
Swipe to see the full image!
  • SuperMoon! 🌙 @therandombug —————————————
    Swipe to see the full image!
  •  52  7  16 hours ago
  • Not once have I been dissapointed after getting on the road without a clue where to go. Getting lost is by far the most rewarding way of exploring new places. Like for example we wouldn't have discovered this amazing field of rice terraces somewhere in the middle of Bali if we hadn't got lost. 
Only problem is that we live in a world where it's almost impossible to get lost because no matter where you are your phone will tell you exactly where you are. 
On the other hand we live in a world with perfect circumstances for getting lost without getting lost.
  • Not once have I been dissapointed after getting on the road without a clue where to go. Getting lost is by far the most rewarding way of exploring new places. Like for example we wouldn't have discovered this amazing field of rice terraces somewhere in the middle of Bali if we hadn't got lost.
    Only problem is that we live in a world where it's almost impossible to get lost because no matter where you are your phone will tell you exactly where you are.
    On the other hand we live in a world with perfect circumstances for getting lost without getting lost.
  •  101  5  17 hours ago
  • Warm nights under the California sky.
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🇺🇸 Mammoth Lakes, California
📸: @rsphotolog
  • Warm nights under the California sky.
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    🇺🇸 Mammoth Lakes, California
    📸: @rsphotolog
  •  34  4  18 hours ago
  • “Super worm equinox moon”

The last supermoon of 2019 arrived on the same day as the spring equinox, an event that last happened in 1981. It gets its name because it’s the day the ground starts to soften up again and worms make their way to the surface, at least in some parts of the world. 
If you ask me, the best thing about it is that I shot this through a window at home. 🐛🌝✨ #bestseatinthehouse #supermoon2019
  • “Super worm equinox moon”

    The last supermoon of 2019 arrived on the same day as the spring equinox, an event that last happened in 1981. It gets its name because it’s the day the ground starts to soften up again and worms make their way to the surface, at least in some parts of the world.
    If you ask me, the best thing about it is that I shot this through a window at home. 🐛🌝✨ #bestseatinthehouse #supermoon2019
  •  141  26  20 hours ago
  • These boots are made for walkin🚶🏽 —
I’m finally back in Denver! I have a little bit of jet lag and a serious backlog of photos from all sorts of adventures both frozen and tropical that I’ll be sharing now that I can sift through them... Im no where near done posting Hawaii photos but I’m excited to be in Colorado and get back to work on tons of projects of all sorts, both personal and professional! As far as IG goes, it might be a mixed bag kinda but we can just go with it🤷🏻‍♂️
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Views from 10,800’ above sea level on the last day of winter from the always beautiful St. Mary’s Glacier
  • These boots are made for walkin🚶🏽 —
    I’m finally back in Denver! I have a little bit of jet lag and a serious backlog of photos from all sorts of adventures both frozen and tropical that I’ll be sharing now that I can sift through them... Im no where near done posting Hawaii photos but I’m excited to be in Colorado and get back to work on tons of projects of all sorts, both personal and professional! As far as IG goes, it might be a mixed bag kinda but we can just go with it🤷🏻‍♂️

    Views from 10,800’ above sea level on the last day of winter from the always beautiful St. Mary’s Glacier
  •  118  3  22 March, 2019
  • Snow is slowly melting and the sun get's stronger and stronger ☀❄
  • Snow is slowly melting and the sun get's stronger and stronger ☀❄
  •  127  10  22 March, 2019
  • When I first saw a photo of this place, I hoped to visit it one day. Luckily, things lined up (mainly the tide) and I was able to check it out. It’s a cool little zone that’s peaceful to spend some time in. It’s always nice to meet fellow photographers in cool places, like @enp81. 🤙🏼🤙🏼🤙🏼
  • When I first saw a photo of this place, I hoped to visit it one day. Luckily, things lined up (mainly the tide) and I was able to check it out. It’s a cool little zone that’s peaceful to spend some time in. It’s always nice to meet fellow photographers in cool places, like @enp81. 🤙🏼🤙🏼🤙🏼
  •  324  29  22 March, 2019
  • ”The drive into Yosemite Valley in the winter is breathtaking. Rolling green hills with tiny snow-capped tips show off their tiny waterfalls - which are everywhere. The foggy atmosphere, rushing river, and tall hills that surrounded us on our way in were a phenomenal start to what would be a cold, snowy, white weekend.” 🏔 
Yosemite blog post is up on my website!! Check it out for more sweet word poetry 💞
  • ”The drive into Yosemite Valley in the winter is breathtaking. Rolling green hills with tiny snow-capped tips show off their tiny waterfalls - which are everywhere. The foggy atmosphere, rushing river, and tall hills that surrounded us on our way in were a phenomenal start to what would be a cold, snowy, white weekend.” 🏔
    Yosemite blog post is up on my website!! Check it out for more sweet word poetry 💞
  •  100  12  22 March, 2019
  • Washington Momentum
  • Washington Momentum
  •  188  8  22 March, 2019
  • the elusive Grant-pa emerges from his natural habitat...🐅🌿😂
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Me in 30 yrs👴🏼
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Views from the future
  • the elusive Grant-pa emerges from his natural habitat...🐅🌿😂

    Me in 30 yrs👴🏼

    Views from the future
  •  115  3  22 March, 2019
  • Leaving our ball of fluff is always hard but there’s nothing better than vacation with your best friend😘 @cbsetterlind •
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Anybody else stare at pictures of their pups when they go away, or is it just me!?🙋🏻‍♀️🤪
  • Leaving our ball of fluff is always hard but there’s nothing better than vacation with your best friend😘 @cbsetterlind

    Anybody else stare at pictures of their pups when they go away, or is it just me!?🙋🏻‍♀️🤪
  •  99  8  21 March, 2019
  • Faro is a luminous city in the Algarve region of southern Portugal. I love this bright, relaxing place, so much.

Why did I choose to go to Faro? Mainly because of one of my favorite downtempo electronic artists with the same name (check out the album "Dreaming in Orange"). I enjoyed living in a dream while listening to this album as I cruised along the coastal train to nearby Olhão and Lagos.
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This photo was created sitting atop a tall, old abandoned building that my new friend @quemisso told me about when I met him at the hostel I stayed at. We picked up some drinks and snacks and chased the sunset, just in time for a glorious show. We had such an amazing time Michael! Thank you so much. Portugal inspired me greatly, I will be back!
  • Faro is a luminous city in the Algarve region of southern Portugal. I love this bright, relaxing place, so much.

    Why did I choose to go to Faro? Mainly because of one of my favorite downtempo electronic artists with the same name (check out the album "Dreaming in Orange"). I enjoyed living in a dream while listening to this album as I cruised along the coastal train to nearby Olhão and Lagos.
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    This photo was created sitting atop a tall, old abandoned building that my new friend @quemisso told me about when I met him at the hostel I stayed at. We picked up some drinks and snacks and chased the sunset, just in time for a glorious show. We had such an amazing time Michael! Thank you so much. Portugal inspired me greatly, I will be back!
  •  55  4  21 March, 2019
  • Still thinking about all of the exploring in London last week🔦
  • Still thinking about all of the exploring in London last week🔦
  •  89  2  21 March, 2019
  • In life, it's important to know when to stop arguing with people and simply let them be wrong 🌼
  • In life, it's important to know when to stop arguing with people and simply let them be wrong 🌼
  •  861  65  21 March, 2019
  • Dupont Circle has a unique character all its own, and you can see that in its architecture. Once home to affluent Washingtonians living in mansions and middle-class professionals who resided in rowhouses, it is now a diverse community who, like the juxtaposition of their house types, give a vibrant and unique character to the neighborhood. From underground bomb shelters turned art galleries to the renovations and restoration to maintain the past and plan for the future, you can get an understanding of the spirit of Dupont Circle through its architecture. The style of Dupont Circle, called Pacific Circle at the time, was set when Nevada Senator William Morris Stewart built his mansion there in the 1870s. A decade later, and Dupont was a lively and affluent neighborhood because of Stewart paving the way. When the area became a fashionable residential neighborhood, many of the wealthiest residents constructed their houses in Dupont Circle.
  • Dupont Circle has a unique character all its own, and you can see that in its architecture. Once home to affluent Washingtonians living in mansions and middle-class professionals who resided in rowhouses, it is now a diverse community who, like the juxtaposition of their house types, give a vibrant and unique character to the neighborhood. From underground bomb shelters turned art galleries to the renovations and restoration to maintain the past and plan for the future, you can get an understanding of the spirit of Dupont Circle through its architecture. The style of Dupont Circle, called Pacific Circle at the time, was set when Nevada Senator William Morris Stewart built his mansion there in the 1870s. A decade later, and Dupont was a lively and affluent neighborhood because of Stewart paving the way. When the area became a fashionable residential neighborhood, many of the wealthiest residents constructed their houses in Dupont Circle.
  •  261  21  11 March, 2019
  • Embrace the obstacles in front you and make it part of the experience #roamanywhere
  • Embrace the obstacles in front you and make it part of the experience #roamanywhere
  •  137  18  16 January, 2019