Gettin' styled down at @sunsummitskiandcycle in Hailey thanks to our friend Chip! 🚴 (PS: the van is still for sale! Check out our website's "For Sale" page to learn more)
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Elder Ronald J. Hammond said at the groundbreaking ceremony for the Rexburg Temple in 2005, “As the ground opens and as the shovel breaks it and turns it, your spiritual senses will know immediately that something very, very significant is happening. Something that at once disturbs the devil and blesses God’s children on both sides of the veil.” I would like to believe that that same thing happens with every new temple that is built. They are oh, so important! Read more on my blog.
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Little figures on the right looking to this beauty😍
It's Monday. Channeling my #MondayMotivation from my weekend in Ketchum/Sun Valley, Idaho. The views were inspiring but the women I met and learned from are my real inspiration. Sharing one ☝️ thought I took away: "Happiness is fleeting, what we really desire is FREEDOM."
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Our posing workshop is this Wednesday at 6pm! Learn how to pose to get more natural photos, how to get people to let their guard down, and get hands-on experience applying the information as you shoot a single model, a couple, and a family. To sign up head over to the link in our bio!
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You know what’s exhausting? Producing content for you guys. 😅 so, here’s a quick snapshot of the littlest Murray (considering humans only). Boogers and all. 😊cheers!
Summer might be over, but the adventures still must go on ✌️☀️
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Welcome to the final day of Idaho’s @mypubliclands Instagram takeover coming to you from Jim Sage Canyon near Burley, Idaho. The Jim Sage allotment is located approximately 8 miles east of City of Rocks State Park and hosts 20 livestock grazing permittees. Grazing on lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management provides livestock-based economic opportunities in rural communities and contributes to the West’s social fabric and identity. BLM manages livestock grazing on public rangelands to ensure the long-term health and productivity of these lands and to create multiple environmental benefits. Together, public lands and the adjacent private ranches maintain open spaces in the fast-growing West, provide habitat for wildlife, offer recreational opportunities for public land users and help preserve the character of the rural West. In 2016, grazing on BLM managed public lands in Idaho generated $416 million in economic output, more than any other BLM state. Learn more about how BLM is managing Idaho’s rangelands: www.blm.gov/programs/natural-resources/rangeland-and-grazing/rangeland-health/idaho.
Photo: Bob Wick, BLM