It's really a great picture I saw on one of the sites and says the owner of this picture.. Two Adorable and shy kids playing with their dolls, every time i see their smile in the photo i hear the giggling they were making and hiding their faces from the camera.
We found Eeyore’s stick house? Today was the perfect day to go for a 3 mile hike– that is until I saw a giant snake and then I GTFO out of the forest at top speed. No, no, again in Spanish: no.
Thank you @urbantrailco for the tip on the Lake Jacomo trails. Urban Trail Co does work on and maps all of the KC metro trails!
The leaves are changing colors and the air is getting crisp in the mornings. This is easily my favorite season😍🤷🏻♂️ I couldn’t be more excited to chase fall colors at my favorite spots around the NW the next few weeks... ☕️🍂
With Thanksgiving approaching it's easy to think about all the things in life we are grateful for. The large scale things especially, like health and family and a home to live in. But what if we all just lived in a constant state of gratitude? What if we practiced it daily, or even hourly? What if we gave thanks for the multitude of good in our lives - even the small, seemingly insignificant things? I think our individual lives and this world would be a very different place.
Right now? I am thankful that my sweet hubby prepped the coffee machine so that all I had to do this morning was click a button. 🙏🏼 #thankful#thanksgiving#itsthelittlethings
It’s a beautiful world 🌍 have a wonderful weekend 🙌
Side note - if you visit, don’t be silly here. Undeniably beautiful, but backwards facing selfies, as we’ve seen in many other places around the globe, and as I saw here, are no bueno. One wrong step is certain death. If you can get past the vertigo and fear of these sheer cliffs, remember you’re a finite life form :-) exercise extreme caution 💯
Cruising into the weekend like💨 in all seriousness though, whipping it around these roads was so much fun! After we kicked up a bit of dust we set up camp under the stars and enjoyed the view of the full core of the Milky Way. Can’t wait for the next adventure... where do you think I should head next?!
This was one of the first awesome locations I ever visited back when I began my photography journey, so it felt rather fitting to revisit it a few days ago on my birthday. So much has changed, but the stoke for experiencing beautiful nature only continues to grow. Also, shoutout to the random old man who braved walking out onto that log in the second photo!