It was really cool getting to explore this canyon for the first time, but next trip out i’m going to be super extra and do the whole tour in the red dress so i can shoot it in there. bet it’ll give all the tourists something to talk about💃🏼
We had actually stopped to shoot a view on the other side of the road. but when i got out of the car, turned around, and saw this perfect lake reflection behind me, i got so excited i immediately scrambled down to waters edge to grab this shot. if i’ve learned anything from constant road tripping, it’s to pull over and explore as much as you can, don’t head straight to your planned destination. you never know what you might stumble upon.
Big announcement!!! today is the first monday i haven’t gone into an office in over four years. i just quit my job in order to travel full time, working as a freelance photographer. it’s honestly still hard to comprehend i’m actually doing it, that this is really happening right now...it doesn’t feel real yet. but i am so excited to bring you guys on this journey with me and tell the honest story of what it’s really like to leave your life behind to travel the world. i’ve got a couple of weeks left in my san francisco apartment and then i’m off to europe for all of september. here goes nothing.
photo of me by @karl_shakur with my edit
This river gorge was a highlight of the germany leg of our trip. it was so much fun exploring, the path slippery and misty from all of the waterfalls (you can see both on the left side).
Getting super stoked for upcoming trips that are officially on the books! got any travel plans you’re really excited about? anywhere i need to put on my list?
Eastern california on the other side of the sierras feels like a completely different world than the rest of the state. if you ever get the chance, i highly recommend a drive down highway 395, especially during the fall. then you can a take a sunrise dip in these hot springs too.
Exploring this 16th century lakeside village felt like walking through a dream. we ended up getting a traditional austrian dinner at that little outdoor cafe in the right corner of this photo. feeling really grateful right now for all the opportunities i’ve had to experience new places and cultures.
Realized my hair matched the waterfall and just had to take a photo with it. but if you look really closely, you’ll see my feet also match the dirt after backpacking in ten miles that day. that glamorous lifestyle.
Dreamy nights in northern norway. believe it or not, this photo was taken at midnight, illuminated by the midnight sun.
This is one of those locations you can never quite get enough of. i remember after the sun went down on this evening, getting darker by the minute, i just couldn’t bare to pull my eyes from this view and walk away. i’ll be back again someday, samuel boardman.
At home getting a ton of work done on upcoming projects, but itching to be back out on the road. do you guys have any epic road trips planned?