BIG ANNOUNCEMENT! Do you like helicopters and world class wilderness lodge stays?
As you may have seen from years past, I have always had the most amazing summer photography trips with @cmh_heli and now we are giving you the chance to join us on a free photography based workshop weekend at one of the most scenic lodges, The Bugaboos! (Shown above) @calsnape and myself, along with @cmh_heli are hosting a creator giveaway where a select number of chosen individuals will join us for free (from Calgary airport) July 27-30th for a photography based Helicopter trip!
We will be learning about ways to create breathtaking images, how to pitch big brands, creating authentic work and of course having the edge at getting to places only a helicopter can take you to get the most unique and spectacular shots to share 😏Swag will be included from our friends at @yeti which is all the more reason!
How to Enter is super easy, check my link in bio or in my story!
There are a few factors that are considered for selection so make sure you read through and take the few minutes to apply! All creators welcome :)
I hope to see your entry! Cheers 🚁🚁🚁
Polynesian Paralysis! If I didn't have Zippy's chili moco in the morning I would have had it here! This was great! The other moco was at Cheeseburger in Paradise, pretty good to but significantly smaller.
#tbt to when I first started running -
in the summer of 2001 after having baby #1. .
I don’t even remember it to be weightloss driven as I don’t really remember realizing I’d gained so much weight. .
I fell IN LOVE. I loved the challenge. I loved the escape. I LOVED the friendships. I couldn’t get enough. I wanted to go farther and farther. I never cared about speed - I didn’t even know what was fast or slow I just loved being out there moving my body forward one step at a time. .
I ran my first half and my first full marathon before getting pregnant with baby #2. I ran through most of that pregnancy and resumed running only a few days after birth. .
You can see in the pictures - it took years to take that weight off. Then I had 2 more babies and I gained some back. .
It wasn’t until I changed my DIET and added STRENGTH training that I lost that weight. I also had to be PATIENT because 4 babies had changed my body and it takes time to change it back. .
As I look back at these pictures, 2 things stand out to me. .
1. The absolute JOY I felt back then when I ran. Over the last few years I’ve lost that somewhere. .
This past weekend I think I may have rediscovered it - by my mind seeking the original joy - in the challenge, the escape and friendships. .
2. Weightloss comes with lifestyle changes, not diet. If we can focus on making changes that can make us the strongest, healthiest, fittest, and the best version of ourselves - the ‘excess deadweight’ will be shed and we will be left with a beautiful, powerful, abundant version of ourselves to offer to the world.
It’s sunny and 70’s and my heart feels so full today. I hope that this warm weather is finally here to stay for the summer ☀️ I first saw this pavilion last summer and love the surrounding area so much. Nestled inside the Lincoln Park Nature Boardwalk with awesome views of downtown 👌🏻
Two points: 1) I’m making it a confidence challenge of mine to show my face in more posts. Not a model. Working on self-love anyway and always. 2) This is the PNW’s spring superbloom of the prolific foreign invader Scotch Broom, which, although pretty, is too successfully crowding out native species and takes up to 80 years to remove. We saw thousands of these bushes on our drive down to Portland last weekend. If you do have a garden, google your local government’s website for native alternatives to plant instead. Before crossing borders, make an effort to ensure there is no biological matter caught in your hiking/fishing gear, tire treads, or within your bags and vehicles. Leave the firewood. And obey any border rules for bringing across plant matter. Always better to be safe than sorry when it comes to potential ecosystem devastation.
It’s not too late to apply to be considered for an #spjuw leadership position for the upcoming 2019-20 school year - apply today 👉 bit.ly/spj_elections
Still accepting applications to be considered for an #spjuw officer position during the upcoming 2019-2020 school year. SPJ is a great resource for students interested in journalism, public relations and communication, and a leadership position makes an excellent bullet point on any resume. Several of our members have also attended the national Excellence in Journalism conference held each September. To apply for consideration, visit the link in our bio! #spj#eij20#excellenceinjournalism#huskyexperience#beboundless#uwcomm#universityofwashington
Clouds flowing over the Henry’s Lake Range near Hebgen Lake.
Location: Hebgen Lake, Montana.
Specs: Nikon Z 6 w/FTZ-mount adaptor and Nikkor 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3G AF-P VR DX, DX crop, raw edited with Adobe Lightroom (@nikonusa@lightroom)
🤔Writing And releasing music at this rate is...interesting.
I feel like I'm learning and growing every week. Sometimes I release a song im not proud of and with that comes frustration, but also excitement. 💯Those failures bring progress.
It can also feel overwhelming though. The biggest reason my style has changed so much the past year is because of the pace in going.🤷🏾♂️ I try to make every song solid but I've definitely dialed it back a bit for time sake.
Still, I'm not slowing down. I just need to figure out how to schedual my project work more effectively.
Between, work, the gym, music and trying to manage sleep, I've been constantly pushing myself overboard.
I ended up sleeping for about 20 hours strait yesterday. Didnt mean to. My body just shut down.
Here I am though.back up and back to writing.🤷🏾♂️ #beboundless@kennyboundless
Yosemite in spring is one of my favorite times of the year to be in the national park. Here is another of my postcard series. This one is Redbuds in front of Brideveil Falls. My postcard series are classic views with processed with a retro palette of color similar to vintage postcards.
What time of year do you like to visit your favorite National Park?
For those who are interested here is the metadata for this image: Sony A7R3, 25mm Zeiss Batis lens. Exposure was 1/80-second at f/11 at ISO 100.
We are truly honored that our customers trust us with their newborns. This photo from a @shoppalmharbor customer is just too cute not to share.
And did you know our blankets are machine washable?! We know as cute as baby photos can be, the reality includes lots of spit-up. Just toss your blanket in the washing machine and you’ll be good to go!
“Utah but I’m taller” - Coach Van Damme
Been out in Moab for two days now and so far all we’ve done is drink lots of coffee, get rained out multiple times (thanks desert), and get the Jeep stuck on an off road trail. But hey, it’s all apart of the adventure.