I think this is probably one of my most favourite photos I've taken while on the trail. And with an iPhone too. The backstory is that after spending three days up at Lake Tali Karng, the last night was absolutely hectic with plenty of wind and it was super cold. One of my organisers @australianhikingandoutdoors had mentioned there was a fair chance there was going to be a thick layer of snow and that we may have to stay another night. Luckily, the snow fall was minimal at best and there was patches of it everywhere. Anyway, upon arriving back at our cars at MacFarlanes Saddle car park, our cars were slightly covered and my car's exhaust pipe had a small icicle frozen at the end of it.
it's not a road trip without stopping a thousand times and having a million photos of the road, right? traveling with someone who appreciates scenery and photography is so important to me. thanks for being an awesome travel buddy @gnarnia88 and for driving the big leg yesterday so i could snap away out the window - "drive in the middle of the road for a bit" 😍✨
We went to several monasteries today. At one of them, we saw the monks lining up for lunch. They all carry their own small pots, cups, and plates, and people serve them from giant pots of food. Being a teacher, it was the calmest, most orderly lunch line I've ever seen.