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@laceystheworld photo Tis the season! 🎄 Watching
Tis the season! 🎄 Watching the city go by from a cable car ride up California Street.
@paterno_jr photo 📍Hagimit Falls
📍Hagimit Falls
@tevroy photo Be who you are and say what
Be who you are and say what you feel.
@thepamplemoussepapers photo Caye Caulker is a tiny island
Caye Caulker is a tiny island off the coast of Belize. It measures five miles long and less than one mile wide, and every inch is full of color. 🌈
@ms.katie.wright photo “Our task must be to free
“Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty.”
@208_bench photo I posted this one about a
I posted this one about a year ago, after a rough couple of months, but I've been reminiscing about this trip. I need to get back out here with @rattle_can_man @on_the_bench @railsiderebellion @thesavageland. This was one for the books.
@putrimaulina photo Hai, ohayougozaimasu! . . .
Hai, ohayougozaimasu! . . . #exploretokyo #autumninjapan
@jennyfaraway photo I was driving around Masirah
I was driving around Masirah Island when I stumbled upon this perfect scene: a pink lagoon (well, sort of a rusty brown colour really) on the edge of the sea, with a few camels just hanging out by it. I probably spent half an hour here, photographing it from every possible angle, before a carload of other people showed up and ruined my peace and quiet. Now what do I do with a hundred photos of a pink lagoon and some camels?
@milesfromordinary_ photo The reason I enjoy social
The reason I enjoy social media is it offers me the opportunity to share my life with friends and family who I don’t get to see or speak to often and because I get to connect with new, amazingly interesting people. Something I struggle with is finding people who can relate to the things I do so social media offers that opportunity to connect with other travelers, adventure seekers, mountain runners, endurance athletes, photographers, etc. There’s a story beyond every picture; a story with both struggle and triumph but usually, all we see and share is the beauty of the triumph. There is beauty in struggle too. For every picture like this, there’s ten 5am wake-ups to train at The Vault and nights grinding out long, cold, dark miles after work that I don’t get to share. That’s the process. Thats the journey part of it. I’m learning that as I continue to push harder and harder in preparation for both The Suck and Bigfoot 200, and I am excited to share that journey.
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