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I know nothing John Snow. Working on my photography, next step is a better lens. Photo: Canon EOS 60D, 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 lens.
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Love a bit of uphill! 🤗
From BC, this ridge that I'm climbing looked like a piece of cake, but I know better than to ever underestimate the mountains. Going up was very steep and the gravel under our feet was loose and slippery. And it just seemed to go on for ever. .
But at the top was the best view of Annapurna I'd seen yet. The detail of the mountain was so clear and it's presence behind us felt dominant and powerful. We could hear avalanches echoing through the valley, hidden by the clouds. The wind that blew straight from the glacier was cold, but the incredible sun still beamed down and kept us warm enough.
Can you even fathom that Annapurna is almost another 4km higher than the ridge I'm on? This harsh land ain't no joke.
↟↟ - Changing Things Up a Bit -
In the coming weeks I’ll be changing things up a bit by posting photos from different trips in order to vary the photos a bit more. You’ll see everything from Mongolian stepland, The Great Wall, Oslo, norwegian mountains.
First one out is from Longji Rice Terraces in China an early morning 2016. At this point both @haakonplener and I had started to get really interested in photography.
I was at a coffee shop a few weeks ago and after a comment about a very cool briefcase from Jer, the guy mentioned he thought he knew us from our Instagram profiles. I smiled and, in a state of stress and deadlines, went right back to work. It was on my way home that night I felt a little rude and little un-Canadian, that I hadn't asked the guy about himself, or what he was working on. I settled on, "Oh man, I hope he doesn't think I'm not friendly."
This happens sometimes, doesn't it. I couldn't figure out the correct tense of "drink, drank, drunk..." on a conference call last week where I was presenting to over a hundred people. "Oh gosh, I hope they don't think I'm stupid."
I was at a hotel having a blast with a group of girls and needed to take some promo shots for the place we were staying. We took about a hundred "basic" pictures in the hot tub and you can't help but think, "Oh crap, I hope those people don't think I'm a diva."
I think we so badly want people to know our hearts. Sometimes we don't show up, we don't have time, or we just don't have the energy to present our best. I think maybe it's a reminder to be slow to judge when others maybe aren't on their game. We can be uncertain about others, but uncertainty is a friend, for its bedfellow is opportunity. Opportunity for another chance, another conversation, another reason to reach out and remember that we are all just trying our best ✌️
p.s. 👆hikes like this coming soon! #74daysuntilsummer ☀️