Truth is all destination is worthwhile, and the experiences and people we got to share it with is everything that gives its very sense. In any way you could put it, all the places we've been and experiences we've made have touched us in a way and left us with this little memories that makes us who we are and what we are at this very moment.
The fun (read: challenging) part of Japanese trails is that the soil is so easily eroded here that switchbacks don’t really exist. It’s a lot of following steep ridgelines of roots and mud up and down and up and down hitting the high points along the way. But the really cool thing about Japanese trails is how stoked the Japanese people are about them. Despite the difficulty of the trails, the mud, roots, ropes, wind, sometimes no real views to speak of, and a hidden Mount Fuji at the top, they’re just stoked. They are deep in conversations with the people they care about and yet will always say hello to you. They are drinking beers and making noodles at the top and along the trail, just happy to be outside no matter what the view might be. I strive to enjoy the journey as they do. Japanese hikers are the best. AND it turns out, so are insulated skirts 🙌🏻
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Playing around with drone settings. The resulting footage looks fine on a smartphone. Although it looks pretty average on a larger screen. This will most likely be the last time I shoot at 96fps in 1080p on the Mavic Pro.