Love in Fall. Fall in love!❤️
Last month when we were planning our visit to Alaska, @findinghues and I had thought that we'd be wrapping up our trip much before the Fall colors start taking over. But during our week-long circle road trip in the gorgeous state, we gleefully witnessed the color transition as Mother Nature donned myriad cloaks sporting hues of green, yellow, orange and red!🌿🍃🍂🍁
Though it felt awesome to be there in the Pacific Northwest to catch the spectacular start of the beautiful lady's annual Autumn fashion parade, chasing the fall colors closer home in and around California won't be the same this time round with Amo traveling home to India for a few months after our visit to The Last Frontier. So, while @finding.hues lives up to her name on the other side of the planet, I'll start my solo Fall travels pretty soon.
We spent the last two days of our Alaska trip in and around Denali National Park with the oh-so-beautiful Denali Perch Resort (wait till you see the cabins perched in the lap of nature!) serving as our base camp. On a rainy morning that was the last day of our journey, we setup the tripod by the Carlo Creek flowing right next to the resort and captured this moment.
Many thanks to @worldnomads for featuring a recent post of mine, and in the process getting me out of this self-induced inertia of rest! Time for me to resume clearing the backlog!
"Deep in the human unconscious is a pervasive need for a logical universe that makes sense. But the real universe is always one step beyond logic."
-Frank Herbert, Dune
Delicate Arch is deceiving to the eye; it's difficult to believe that nature alone sculpted something so fine.
Everyday it feels like I'm making some monumental decision that's somehow or another going to impact my future.
Do I take this job?
When should I go back to Africa?
How much time should I spend on this knowing there's a chance it could go nowhere?
Then I take a step back and realize that these decisions are small and almost always 100% reversible. I really don't have to sweat the small stuff.
Sometimes it takes starring at a herd of buffalo to realize your taking things a little too seriously. 😜
Today is the first day of my favorite season. 🍂🍁. On a side note if you're in the Sacramento area tonight night, there is a photography and short film event at the Crest Theatre thrown by my friends @goodthompson, @the_lost_coast, @independentcbh along with the @uprise_collective. Tickets are free and donations benefit Shriners Childrens Hospital. 👍🏼 #wildcalifornia_trails
When I first visited Rocky Mountain National Park the Trail Ridge Road was closed. This time I got to drive the entire way from Grand Lake to Estes Park and back. It is the highest paved road in the United States at 12,183 feet. Spectacular. This photo is of the tundra near the Alpine Visitor Center. #runningtheparks