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    Photographing big families is a plus in my books!

    Photographing big families is a plus in my books!

    7 1 55 minutes ago
    The best classroom in the world? Backcountry navigation is all about knowing where you are, where you need to be, and how to get there. With @outwardboundnz

    The best classroom in the world? Backcountry navigation is all about knowing where you are, where you need to be, and how to get there. With @outwardboundnz

    28 2 1 hour ago
    Death is coming for us all. I don’t know who ushered this poor deer to ungulate heaven but I wasn’t going to stick around 🤷🏽‍♀️
Probably a coyote. Could of just been a bad fall. Old age. Disease. Maybe Bigfoot. 
Doesn’t really matter I guess 🤷🏽‍♀️ If you have some wacky theories please let me know 😂

    Death is coming for us all. I don’t know who ushered this poor deer to ungulate heaven but I wasn’t going to stick around 🤷🏽‍♀️
    Probably a coyote. Could of just been a bad fall. Old age. Disease. Maybe Bigfoot.
    Doesn’t really matter I guess 🤷🏽‍♀️ If you have some wacky theories please let me know 😂

    235 1 1 hour ago
    Che & me climbed the Triglav peak. 😁😎🐕🏔

    Che & me climbed the Triglav peak. 😁😎🐕🏔

    22 4 1 hour ago
    Day was simple, I decided I wanted to swim in the middle of the day. But there were no lakes in the middle, so I decided to swim in the river. I don't mind cold, but this was a different kind of cold. Cold Rushing water washing the body heat off me down the stream. I got to the base of the golden staircase that night, all alone the trail I was told bad things about it, so let's hope for the best.

Le conte canyon
JMT mile 131.5-144.5
August 21st, 2018

    Day was simple, I decided I wanted to swim in the middle of the day. But there were no lakes in the middle, so I decided to swim in the river. I don't mind cold, but this was a different kind of cold. Cold Rushing water washing the body heat off me down the stream. I got to the base of the golden staircase that night, all alone the trail I was told bad things about it, so let's hope for the best.

    Le conte canyon
    JMT mile 131.5-144.5
    August 21st, 2018

    17 1 1 hour ago
    Those, who know us well, also know that we're absolute fans of all Scandinavian countries, nordic weather, mood & of course, nature. That's why the Faroe Islands was always definitely one of our top destinations.
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So Faroe turned out to be a truly severe and harsh destination, with cold and sharp as a blade winds even in June (!), endless rains & super low skies...
However, there are definitely a lot of pros at Faroe as well! First is that this land is absolutely unspoiled by people - everything is so wild & authentic. Btw, "authentic" is probably the most right word to describe the Faroe Islands! And second - is that there are almost NO TOURISTS! Can you even imagine that?!
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During the day, we've been late for the ferries, got stuck in sheep jams at the roads, got absolutely soaked under the heavy rains, but still had a lot of a great time shooting an elopement for Itzel & Mike from California. Just take a look at how it was!
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See the full story in bio.

    Those, who know us well, also know that we're absolute fans of all Scandinavian countries, nordic weather, mood & of course, nature. That's why the Faroe Islands was always definitely one of our top destinations.

    So Faroe turned out to be a truly severe and harsh destination, with cold and sharp as a blade winds even in June (!), endless rains & super low skies...
    However, there are definitely a lot of pros at Faroe as well! First is that this land is absolutely unspoiled by people - everything is so wild & authentic. Btw, "authentic" is probably the most right word to describe the Faroe Islands! And second - is that there are almost NO TOURISTS! Can you even imagine that?!

    During the day, we've been late for the ferries, got stuck in sheep jams at the roads, got absolutely soaked under the heavy rains, but still had a lot of a great time shooting an elopement for Itzel & Mike from California. Just take a look at how it was!

    See the full story in bio.

    1,755 54 1 hour ago
    It's not fame, recognition or notoriety that compels @SteveSkafte to make his way through the rough terrain and washed out pathways of Nova Scotia’s abandoned roads. 
The self-described 'Explorer/Photographer' says travelling through the province gives him the chance to connect with the Nova Scotia's not-too-distant past, and to showcase the hidden gems of the landscape.
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“I started exploring close to home because I didn't really have regular access to a vehicle," he said while on what the province calls a K-Class road in Berwick, N.S. “I ended up going down every road in Annapolis County, driving and looking around and going down to waterfalls, old buildings, anything I discovered," he explained. "Once I did that I realized that the only thing left to do was hike all the roads that I couldn't drive." Skafte said he was compelled to "explore every inch of what was close to home." ————————————
He sees the province's abandoned roads and the treasures found on them as links to our past, with each discovery only serving to further fuel his inspiration.
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Read more about Steve Skafte’s journey and his astounding photographs at the link in our bio. [📷 : @SteveSkafte]

    It's not fame, recognition or notoriety that compels @SteveSkafte to make his way through the rough terrain and washed out pathways of Nova Scotia’s abandoned roads.
    The self-described 'Explorer/Photographer' says travelling through the province gives him the chance to connect with the Nova Scotia's not-too-distant past, and to showcase the hidden gems of the landscape.
    —————
    “I started exploring close to home because I didn't really have regular access to a vehicle," he said while on what the province calls a K-Class road in Berwick, N.S. “I ended up going down every road in Annapolis County, driving and looking around and going down to waterfalls, old buildings, anything I discovered," he explained. "Once I did that I realized that the only thing left to do was hike all the roads that I couldn't drive." Skafte said he was compelled to "explore every inch of what was close to home." ————————————
    He sees the province's abandoned roads and the treasures found on them as links to our past, with each discovery only serving to further fuel his inspiration.
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    Read more about Steve Skafte’s journey and his astounding photographs at the link in our bio. [📷 : @SteveSkafte ]

    16 3 1 hour ago

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    Those, who know us well, also know that we're absolute fans of all Scandinavian countries, nordic weather, mood & of course, nature. That's why the Faroe Islands was always definitely one of our top destinations.
⠀
So Faroe turned out to be a truly severe and harsh destination, with cold and sharp as a blade winds even in June (!), endless rains & super low skies...
However, there are definitely a lot of pros at Faroe as well! First is that this land is absolutely unspoiled by people - everything is so wild & authentic. Btw, "authentic" is probably the most right word to describe the Faroe Islands! And second - is that there are almost NO TOURISTS! Can you even imagine that?!
⠀
During the day, we've been late for the ferries, got stuck in sheep jams at the roads, got absolutely soaked under the heavy rains, but still had a lot of a great time shooting an elopement for Itzel & Mike from California. Just take a look at how it was!
⠀
See the full story in bio.

    Those, who know us well, also know that we're absolute fans of all Scandinavian countries, nordic weather, mood & of course, nature. That's why the Faroe Islands was always definitely one of our top destinations.

    So Faroe turned out to be a truly severe and harsh destination, with cold and sharp as a blade winds even in June (!), endless rains & super low skies...
    However, there are definitely a lot of pros at Faroe as well! First is that this land is absolutely unspoiled by people - everything is so wild & authentic. Btw, "authentic" is probably the most right word to describe the Faroe Islands! And second - is that there are almost NO TOURISTS! Can you even imagine that?!

    During the day, we've been late for the ferries, got stuck in sheep jams at the roads, got absolutely soaked under the heavy rains, but still had a lot of a great time shooting an elopement for Itzel & Mike from California. Just take a look at how it was!

    See the full story in bio.

    1,755 54 1 hour ago