400mm | Now exploring my new life as a romantic. On the real though, I felt something looking back at Santorini. 28mm | I’m a sucker for abstract, ethereal and glow-y. Forever my own worst critic, I wish I had taken these photos about 20 minutes earlier but couldn’t because gyros and tzatziki. #priorities ChasingContinue reading “Times New Romantic”
We have food and now you wanna be friends? Ok. :) Throwback to this slow afternoon in Bali where I found a puppy with the zoomies. He’s mostly a blur in all my photos, but he had his (adorable) moments:
Our last adventure in Iceland was snorkeling in Silfra between two tectonic plates, yet another example of Iceland feeling literally alive aka hella geoactive. It’s been about three months since I got back from Iceland, but it’s taken time to post since I discovered Lightroom (I know, now woke) and try to find time toContinue reading “Iceland: Let’s go for a swim!”
We set out for day two from Reykyavik with major concerns. It was storming pretty badly, and the roads were dark and icy. We saw a terrible accident on this day, and two rolled cars the next. As foreboding as the weather looked, we pressed on like good hobbits do. It worked in our favor,Continue reading “Iceland: Chasing Waterfalls”
That said, the weather itself was a bit of a feature for being intense in every way possible for its extremes (fire and ice, I get it now) that shifted to the next from instant to instant. When we landed, it was a torrential downpour. I was a little worried that our car doors would rip offContinue reading “Iceland: Very Lagoon-y”
Gibbous Moon, Maui I love sitting on the balcony and listening to the soft, sonorous swells of the ocean with the chatter from my parents in the background. On this night, the moon looked especially bright. Taken at 400mm.
I must gush — Banff is amazing. The glacier lakes were startlingly blue and glowy. I felt like I was Emma Stone looking at Ryan Gosling’s abs in Crazy, Stupid Love, “You look like you’re Photoshopped!” Except it’s rock flour, finely powdered rock formed by glacial erosion. Above all, Banff the town itself felt remoteContinue reading “Banff!”
It’s actually just Utah, but looks like a dream within a dream with the ethereal reflections of its salt lake. Spiral Jetty especially fascinates me for its historical context as well as value in land art. This enchanting, swirly mass of salt and rock was built in 1970 but was submerged in water and disappearedContinue reading “Other Worlds”
I drove four hours up the Pacific Coast Highway to Fort Bragg to see the magic that is Glass Beach. Back in the 60s, this beach was used as a dumping grounds for all things junky. What’s left is now beautiful, rounded glass pieces that glint in the sun as the waves tumble them ashore.
Lunch: Brontosaurus bowl i.e. Brussels sprouts Tunes: Of Monsters and Men