📍Phuket, Thailand || Island hopping off Phuket is the stuff of travel dreams.
Pat got to see James Bond Island and Rang Yai Island among others on a private tour during her stay at @akyrabeachclubphuket
More details in her feature on the resort on The Fit Traveller now - link in bio.
@patbailey @akyrabeachclubphuket #thefittraveller
Worst photo of the best sunset 🌅 Taken through the window of a moving van but it still makes me happy! I’m now I’m Bangkok for the weekend and making the most of fast WiFi, LOTS of new blog posts coming very soon! 👩🏻💻 #beachdontkillmyvibe#NOFILTER
Although the weather was unbelievably moody and unpredictable, my time in the Mt.Cook National Park was the highlight of my trip.
8 days, 2000km+ later, the journey is over. I didn’t get to spend any time on the southern part of the South Island but I’ll hopefully be back again for that. 🤞🏻
I spent most of my time near Mt.Aoraki/Cook, where the landscapes were everything I dreamed NZ would be like. Now back to work in AUS! See you again in a few months mountains! 🏔
You came up in my heart
Like the sun and the stars
Maybe I'll be the moon
So we can shine pretty soon
Then we drift through the night
When it's getting too cold
I notice you'll be around
Living stories you've told
Based on my feed you would think that I spend most of my time in the mountains. I’ll level with you. Only 20% of my time is spent in the Rockies. The majority of my time in spent in the prairies. Although the prairies carry a vastness that holds a beauty of its own, they certainly don’t get the attention that the Rockies do. Lucky for you, you follow me, and you will every so often get peppered with beauty I’ve found in the Prairies of Western Canada.
This was a random pocket of fog that popped up when driving through Peace River north of Grand Prairie.
Surprise me and give it a like
Taken with: Sony a6000 | 35mm
I don’t typically share photos of myself on here. I’ve always thought of Instagram as more of a place to share my art then my life. Lately though, I’ve been hearing that it would be nice to have some idea of who’s behind the lens.
So here I am!
My name is Aaron Hinkey. I was born in Camrose Alberta Canada 🇨🇦 and lived my childhood in a little village on the west coast of Alaska called Unalakleet.
Since then I’ve spent most of my time back and forth between Fairbanks Alaska and parts of the Northwestern states including Missoula Montana, where I attended the University of Montana
Earlier in life I desperately wanted to be an architect. Although I decided that was not the path for me, I am currently living out my dream by designing and building a house just north of Fairbanks. While this may be the biggest challenge of my life so far, I am absolutely loving the process and can not wait to have it completed this spring.
Thanks to everyone for following along, supporting me, hiring me, and encouraging me to push my creative limits in photography. I couldn’t ask for a better gig that would give me the flexibility to maintain the crazy lifestyle I’ve come to consider normal.
Thanks also to @taratea for snapping this sweet photo of me driving through the middle of nowhere Alaska, probably rambling on about the ethical dilemmas inherent of self driving car technology 😂
When I first moved to Bozeman, one of my favorite things about the area was that you could travel 20 minutes out of town in any direction and have no cell service. It makes every adventure with friends a more bonding experience as people are forced to interact, allowing us to focus more on living and less on unimportant things that are here today, gone tomorrow..
🏞🌄 🌅How lucky are we to have a backyard like this? #beautifulbc
There's a short window of time when the frozen glacier lakes begin to thaw, forming narrow channels of water and making a perfect racetrack for kayaks! ❄️🚣🏻♀️🏔
Whether you are thinking of spending the next few days inside or outdoors, we hope you have a fantastic weekend with friends and family! ⭐️
📸 by @taylormichaelburk