Thanksgiving is all about spending time with close friends and family. Everyone enjoys lounging around, eating delicious food, just don't forget about the possibilities that lie outside of your house! Step on a trail during the holidays and #LetsGoHiking Photo by @emzolee #MountainBased
Vermillion Cliffs National Monument is home to some of the most incredible rock formations on the planet. The federal government wants to sell off part of this land to big interest groups. Will you help me fight this effort??? Please click on the link in my bio to contact your members of Congress and to find other ways to get involved.
When you have a great idea for a pic (double selfie stick), want to wait and post it, but also don't want to be a photo hog and not share because the other person keeps asking if you've sent the pics yet so she can post them right away while she's singing your ear off so you don't fall asleep driving. Don't text and drive. I'm horribly guilty of that. Good times.
Southwest roadtrip... nearly 3000 miles driven over 4 days, through 4 states, with @kylojenhikes
Saguaro National Park
White Sands National Monument
Petrified Forest National Park
Mesa Verde National Park
Hey guys, this is @hiltyy and I’ll be taking over the @theadventurebrigade account for the day, showcasing some of my favorite shots of the year, as well as some unreleased shots as well. I will be featuring people on the story who tag #theadventurebrigade throughout the day, so start tagging and follow along as I trek through highway 2 to Leavenworth this afternoon 👌
47/443 Port Chicago Naval Magazine National Memorial - the Port Chicago disaster was a deadly munitions explosion that occurred on July 17, 1944, at the Port Chicago Naval Magazine in Port Chicago, California, United States. Munitions detonated while being loaded onto a cargo vessel bound for the Pacific Theater of Operations, killing 320 sailors and civilians and injuring 390 others. Most of the dead and injured were enlisted African American sailors.
At #IslandInTheSky we're constantly proven wrong. Stubborn bushes and trees grow in almost every place you think it can't grow. Photo by @alpinenapping See it for yourself on our 5 day #UtahExplored journey. #MountainBased
Sometimes the end image is not the one you had in your mind at the start of the day. It was a foggy morning in Yellowstone National Park and we were on the hunt for wildlife. There wasn’t much wildlife to be found but we did spot a group of photographers hoping for some bear action. The bear was at least a mile away so I decided to photograph the people instead. Photography is all about working with what you are given.
It wasn't all that terrifying as one wood think. Definitely was digging this place, but took nothing but memories (and pictures). Geology rocks, and so do puns.
Petrified Forest National Park, 111817