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Did you hear about all the new outdoor rec. being developed around UT... Pump tracks, bike trails, river improvements, campgrounds and a lot more - 59 total Grant projects around the state were awarded in 2020 👉 Hit the link in our bio for a list of new projects then go check them out on a UT #Staycation. Thx to @utahoor and all those involved in making this happen 👏👏. #utahisrad
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Worthington from the ridge
We spent yesterday hiking among alpine tundra where summer is fading and autumn is starting. Even though we were surrounded by some of the most impressive peaks in the United States, I spent most of my time with a lovely queen's crown plant that was showing the first signs of autumn. I did the same thing last summer when I photographed these tiny leaves in a different alpine basin. When spending time with nature photographers, I sometimes find that they think of photographing plants as something that is supposed to happen in gardens, not out in wild places. But wild places are full of amazing plants too! I'll be talking about my approach to finding botanical beauty in a wide range of places later today in a free webinar with @annebelmontphotography. You can find a link to register in my profile. 💁🏻♀️
The Forest House.
The masonry walls are combined with the carpentry of afrormosia wood to create a private and pleasant atmosphere. Some weathering steel lattices, operating as shutters on windows and porches, complete the materials’ palette. The shallow pool of water evokes a pond that is reflected in the housing and part of the vegetation.
Photo: Mariela Apollonio
#architecture #design #archilovers #ramonesteve #ramonesteveestudio
Hello Instagram! Please meet my daughter Evie! Both Evie and proud mom @sanneb10 are doing great.
Just impatiently waiting for Hawaii to lift its quarantine so I can get back out to visit my Bruddah @bruceomori . I’ve had 4 Hawaii trips cancel this month, but hopefully we resume service in July.
I’ve seen some of the most incredible sights of my life thanks to this guy right here. He’s one of the world’s true gentlemen, and and all-world lava shooter.
I will never forget the first time Bruce took me out to see the volcano up close and personal. It was all at once thrilling, exciting, and dangerous. Bruce said to me: “Just so you know if we go any further there is a chance that we might not come back, so I need to make sure you’re ok with that”. “Is that my only option?” I asked. “If you want a shot, yes”. So I reluctantly proceeded. Once we reached the edge, I quickly set up and peered down at the molten earth. It was the most surreal moment of my life. I fired off about 5 frames and retreated to my bag. “All set!” I said. Bruce hadn’t even taken his camera out yet. “Seriously?” He said. I realized that my pansy status would be legendary if I said what I WANTED to say, which was “YES”. So back in we went. Over time I became more confident in Bruce and @tomkualiiphotography abilities to keep me alive, and thankfully so. The memories will stay with me until my last breath. .
Pandemic partners 🤜🏻🤛🏻
Amazing sunrise in Rio de Janeiro
Soo it’s been a while guys, but I saw this opportunity and wanted to jump on it! Got a lot of time for what the boys over at @UK.Shooters are doing for the photography scene in the UK and wanted to enter this sick competition they have put on for everyone! So I’ve tried my best to put my own style on @CyrusNezami and @M.Visuals photo’s! Amazing photos guys and look forward to seeing everyone else’s edits too!
It was all just so overwhelming.
Waiting to travel again 🌇 Also working on a few new presets pack, coming very soon 💫
Flavia in #Xalapa, Mexico designed by Rafael Pardo Arquitectos.
Flavia was born under the premise of dignifying the minimum living space in a condominium within a land of limited dimensions typical of the downtown area of the city and promoting alternative transportation. The volumetry sits outdated and demure on the street.
Project name: Flavia
Architecture firm: @rp_arquitectos.
Princcipal achitect: @arq.rafaelpardo.
Location: Xalapa, Veracruz, México
Completion year: 2016
Built area: 432 m²
Structural engineering: Rafael Gonzalo Jorge Zaldo Martínez
Photography: @naser.barzani, Courtesy of Rafael Pardo Arquitectos
Some pretty seaweed shimmering in the last light of the day. Found on a wild, quiet backcountry beach last fall.
Last August, a good friend and I traveled north for her first trip to Alaska, on what would become a memorable trip...but for different reasons. We were told onboard the aircraft that there were very strong winds, but we landed safely and didn’t notice anything out-of-the-ordinary until we started our drive north from Anchorage to Talkeetna. Just past Wasilla, emergency vehicles kept passing us. We assumed there was an accident, but soon realized it was fires popping up. We got into Talkeetna and saw a fire blazing behind town. The wind had knocked down powerlines, which sparked a line of fires feeding on the dead spruce trees. We heard siren after siren and soon smelled smoke. My phone kept receiving public alerts about nearby fires and we kept vigilant. We headed to our lodging and kept most of our items in the SUV if we had to head north. The fires were near the Talkeetna Spur, our only way back out to the main highway to Denali. We were tense as we awaited potential evacuation orders, not certain where we would escape to. The smoky haze soon enveloped the area due to the strong winds, turning skies an odd, surreal color, and just a bit later the Alaska Range appeared ghostly through the smoke.
Denali is 20,308 feet tall (6190 meters).
With Sara @the.curiouswayfarer
📷 Nikon d810 Nikon 200-500mm
It’s impossible to spend as much time as I do out exploring the natural beauty of our little blue planet and not want to do my part to protect it and with my daughter’s future top-of-mind, I feel this more strongly than ever. I’m working to do my part and will do so the rest of my life but there is a lot of work to be done. This is why I’m stoked to have just opened the new @1percentfp account with @BankoftheWest. They are donating 1% of their net revenues to environmental non-profits and you can track the carbon impact of every purchase you make with the debit card made from compostable plastic. It’s great to see how a financial institution like Bank of the West is stepping up to protect our planet and know that I can make a difference by banking with them.
@bankofthewest @1percentftp #sustainablefinance #sponsored
When @forrestmankins asked if I wanted his reservation at a lookout in Montana, @megsejohnston and I decided to make it into a family trip. Grateful for moments like these.
#1 Evening falls on the lookout.
#2 Meg and Em reading, Isla and Fritz playing.
#3 Meg and Isla sharing chocolate.
#4 Emlyn reading her birthday gift and learning facts about bears.
#5 Having a Spindrift after a motorcycle ride with Isla.
#6 Isla looking through the Fire Finder.
#7 The view from the lookout.
#8 Fritz and Isla playing through the window.
#9 Em getting ready for bed and showing me where the “Neverland Star” is.
#10 Isla climbing the railing to see the view.