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I’ll never forget the moment we drove around the corner and saw the Salmon Glacier for the first time, my jaw dropped. The sense of scale and isolation here is overwhelming. @marshalchupa and I hiked up the ridge for a better view and a cup of coffee to stay warm ☕️
I had a child-like fascination watching this Bald Eagle fishing, observing every move as if it was teaching me something. Coastal First Nations from this part of Canada believe these birds are sacred and a symbol of good things to come 🦅
Not pictured: my horrible sneezing and crying mess of a body having an allergic reaction to a field full of pollen 🤧🌼
Layers upon layers upon layers of magical mountains ⛰
I spent a few days off the grid in Port Renfrew last month. There’s something amazing about disconnecting for a few days and I’m grateful we still have lots of wild places like this in British Columbia. Highly recommend this spot for surfing, hiking and re-wilding yourself!
Most of the time I would completely avoid photographing scenes like this, there’s so much going on that your eyes don’t know where to look. On this rare occasion I found beauty in the chaos and couldn’t resist creating something out of this fairytale view. Would you stop to shoot this?
Started to pack for Japan today, looking forward to capturing this beautiful mountain from some more unique angles on this upcoming trip. I’ll be road-tripping around the country for a few weeks! 🗻🌸
Forest details and the creatures that dwell here 🕸
I wasn’t going to let anything slow me down or stop me from seeing this view when I visited Mt Cook last year, not even my badly infected ankle that had turned black and the skin had gone into necrosis🕷. I just had to hobble instead of hike 😂
I don’t care what they say in that song, I’m chasing waterfalls! It’s good to see the waterfalls starting to flow fast again now that the mountains are beginning to thaw.
Warmer spring days are on their way and I couldn’t be more excited!