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Alpha Collective member @nateinthewild spent a full day in Lake Clark National Park watching brown bears gorge on salmon in preparation for winter.
After filling an entire 64GB card he assumed there was no more to be shot, until this gorgeous sow went trotting down the beach right at the very last second. "The trick for wildlife photography is to always be prepared. You never know when you'll get surprised and have the perfect shot line up! Bring spare batteries and cards and keep the camera on!" | A9 | 24-70 f2.8 | 70mm | F/4.0 | ISO 100 | 1/800 | #AICdoesALASKA#SonyAlpha
Пока я со своей командой отважных путешественников исследую Африку🌍 и пробираюсь к Водопаду Виктория со стороны Замбии🇿🇲 - у меня совершенно нет возможности отвечать на вопросы и сообщения в директ📲! Так что я просто решил приехать в Москву🇷🇺 и ответить на ваши вопросы лично 😀
Жду всех 23-го сентября в 17-00 на площадке @levis_russia на Крымском мосту на Public talk про мои путешествия и постарась дать ответ на самый популярный вопрос: "Как все бросить и путешествовать?"🌏
Ссылочку на регистрацию оставил в описании профиля👆🏻 Обязательно приходите😉
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I've officially fallen in love with Madrid and it's cute little streets. Matt laughs at me because I keep finding our new European apartment "no Matt let's rent THIS one!" #email@example.com
I've spent a lot of this week in deep reflection over the last 12 months, as this time last year @chrisbrinleejr and I were running around the alps- hungry for the extreme, and basically destroying everything in our path. I have felt since September of last year that my life has sort of been "non-stop", and I haven't had/ or allowed myself the opportunity to really "absorb" the heavier experiences I put myself through, which is important for me and my growth as a climber. It's always "on to the next". About a week after topping out El Capitan last September (which I believe I wasn't ready for), I flew to France and saw/ climbed things I had never even dreamed I would- on my first real trip out of the country... I sort of "forgot" about El Cap being the biggest event of my life as we pushed forward with objectives. Then we moved to Switzerland and climbed the Eiger- which wasn't even on the original itinerary of the trip, and was gnarly to say the least. Another life altering experience that I pushed back in my mind only 6 days later as we climbed The Matterhorn, one of the most famous and dangerous mountains in the world. Post Europe I took my newfound confidence and leftover fitness to the Sierra all winter and pushed hard preparing for Canada, where Chris and I would pretty much not sleep the entire month, climbing/ skiing all over Alberta until we traversed the Endless Chain Ridge for 6 days straight and almost died in an avalanche. Immediately after that we drove non stop to Denver- and instead of coming home I stayed there for a few weeks- made my way to Vegas deep into April partying/ climbing before I finally went home. From there I went to Yosemite for a month, then Chris and I went to the Green River in Utah, then drove to South Dakota to climb and work... on and on (you get the picture). I didn't give myself the time or space to process things. I'd like to dive into some of that, what I've learned, and share some stories about the wild and fantastically insane non-stop physical and emotional roller coaster I feel I've been on for the last year- and why I wouldn't change a single detail of it for anything. Time to get deep.