Happy 🌎 Day!💗🌱
The wanderers of life are made of earth and sky. They see the universe with stars in their eyes. -Christy Ann Martine
4118 hours ago
Earth Day. I have mixed feelings about only giving one day back to this beautiful place this planet that we call home. Every day should be about the earth, every day we should focus on planting more trees and cleaning more trails and every day we should be spending time cleaning our rivers and oceans. I’ll be getting out on a few upcoming trail clean ups and if you use the parks and trails — maybe look into organizing a trail cleanup in your local area. It’s the little things that will eventually go the longest way, even if all we get is one day📍Goblin Valley State Park, Green River Valley, Utah #everydayearthday
13118 hours ago
I caught a meeting of goblins, but I'm not sure what it was about.
Hoodoos are fragile for rocks, so show them some love on Earth Day or any day that you see them.
April 4, 2019
Sony a7iii with Tamron 28-75 at 28mm
10 photos of sky 8 seconds, f2.8, ISO 10000, stacked in Sequator.
Pastel Sunsets on the Salt Flats🏜⛰.
The salt flats are one of my favorites places in the world for sunset. Walking barefoot across veins of dried up salt, watching the sky run through fading shades of pastels. My last time on the flats was the night before my flight back to Florida for thanksgiving. I got a little too confident and tried to take a shortcut across to get back to the main road instead of circling around the way I came in. Out of no where I hit a wet patch of the flats and my tires instantly sank down a foot+ in what was basically quick sand. It took an hour and a half of shoveling a dense combination of salt/mud till I was out. I spent the next 2 hours of my night at a self service car wash in 30 degree weather trying to remove the pounds of salt that had attached to my car🙂. Still one of my favorites sunsets from the last year and still one of my biggest oh shit moments. Seems only fitting👍🏻
35118 hours ago
Last time I was here with friends, two of which who had never been to Zion. I wanted them to see everything but not be rushed, but in the end it felt rushed. I think next time just need to stand back a bit and enjoy it for what it is.
Location: Zion National Park, Utah. (@zionnps@nationalparkservice@usinterior)
Specs: Nikon Z 7 w/Nikkor Z 24-70 f/4 S, two-shot vertical pano edited with Adobe Lightroom (@nikonusa@lightroom)