an online Instagram web viewer
  • elliot.whitehead
    Elliot Whitehead
    @elliot.whitehead

Images by elliot.whitehead

@cordisimo taking in the sunrise from atop Green Mountain πŸŒ„
@cordisimo taking in the sunrise from atop Green Mountain πŸŒ„
Probably the best commute to the office yet. Little adventures are the most important - fun morning spent earning turns with @cordisimo #chasingcordisimo
.
Music by @theyawpers! 🀘
Probably the best commute to the office yet. Little adventures are the most important - fun morning spent earning turns with @cordisimo #chasingcordisimo  . Music by @theyawpers! 🀘
Headed up to feast on some cotton candy πŸŒ„ @cordisimo #chasingcordisimo
Topping out on Flagstaff at sunrise, Boulder stirring below. 
@cordisimo #chasingcordisimo
Topping out on Flagstaff at sunrise, Boulder stirring below. @cordisimo #chasingcordisimo 
Clarity is power. Spend some time alone and figure out what you want to see and do in your life. Every other decision becomes a no-brainer.
Clarity is power. Spend some time alone and figure out what you want to see and do in your life. Every other decision becomes a no-brainer.
The worst decision is indecision.
The worst decision is indecision.
Wake up, Boulder.
Wake up, Boulder.
Waking up with the Indian Peaks this morning πŸŒ„
Waking up with the Indian Peaks this morning πŸŒ„
Last weekend I took another stab at the Sugarloaf Mountain climb up to Switzerland Trail. It's a gruelling 8% grade (with most of the last 2 miles around 10%) that rises nearly 1900 feet. The last time I rode it (pictured) I finished the climb with the slowest recorded time on Strava (stopping for these photos didn't help). Last weekend, I managed to shave 40 minutes off my time! It's super inspiring to live in such a prolific playground, surrounded by so many hard working humans. Progress is fun.
Last weekend I took another stab at the Sugarloaf Mountain climb up to Switzerland Trail. It's a gruelling 8% grade (with most of the last 2 miles around 10%) that rises nearly 1900 feet. The last time I rode it (pictured) I finished the climb with the slowest recorded time on Strava (stopping for these photos didn't help). Last weekend, I managed to shave 40 minutes off my time! It's super inspiring to live in such a prolific playground, surrounded by so many hard working humans. Progress is fun.
Back to back to back mind-numbingly beautiful sunsets this last week. These are from the same evening, taken about 3 minutes apart. I love my backyard.
Back to back to back mind-numbingly beautiful sunsets this last week. These are from the same evening, taken about 3 minutes apart. I love my backyard.
I'm really thankful for clean air that I can breathe without having to worry about it's effect on my health. There are billions of people who live without that privilege.
I'm really thankful for clean air that I can breathe without having to worry about it's effect on my health. There are billions of people who live without that privilege.
Flying over the rolling mountains and desert canyons of Utah - neither of us could take our eyes off of it πŸ‘€
Flying over the rolling mountains and desert canyons of Utah - neither of us could take our eyes off of it πŸ‘€
Sometimes the scenery is so good, you just gotta stop and cook lunch 🍳
Sometimes the scenery is so good, you just gotta stop and cook lunch 🍳
Just an average day of #ChasingCordisimo...
I miss Southeastern Utah. There isn't a lot of wildlife like you see in other natural places - just massive museums of rock, carved by water, wind and time.
I miss Southeastern Utah. There isn't a lot of wildlife like you see in other natural places - just massive museums of rock, carved by water, wind and time.
Exploring through the sands of time ⌚
Exploring through the sands of time ⌚
That feeling when you discover an epic spot πŸ‘Œ
That feeling when you discover an epic spot πŸ‘Œ
Just stumbled across this photo from last year of an eerie sunset over a snow strewn Green Mountain. The sunsets and sunrises the last few days have been NUTS. Boy I love this place πŸ™‚
Just stumbled across this photo from last year of an eerie sunset over a snow strewn Green Mountain. The sunsets and sunrises the last few days have been NUTS. Boy I love this place πŸ™‚
Where milk comes from.
Where milk comes from.
Sunset sweeping off the last little edge of Mount Wilson - the summit of the San Miguel Range.
Sunset sweeping off the last little edge of Mount Wilson - the summit of the San Miguel Range.