Life And Times
I ski, mostly. This is about what I love and my motivation to do it. And also other stuff.
Life And Times
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mpalka:

ultrasonicharmonics:


Micro-photography of individual snowflakes by Alexey Kljatov

I love this planet so much!

My favorite leadership image. We are all a unique snowflake. 

snow crystals are so strange.
simplesue:

mpalka:

ultrasonicharmonics:


Micro-photography of individual snowflakes by Alexey Kljatov

I love this planet so much!

My favorite leadership image. We are all a unique snowflake. 

snow crystals are so strange.
simplesue:

mpalka:

ultrasonicharmonics:


Micro-photography of individual snowflakes by Alexey Kljatov

I love this planet so much!

My favorite leadership image. We are all a unique snowflake. 

snow crystals are so strange.
simplesue:

mpalka:

ultrasonicharmonics:


Micro-photography of individual snowflakes by Alexey Kljatov

I love this planet so much!

My favorite leadership image. We are all a unique snowflake. 

snow crystals are so strange.
simplesue:

mpalka:

ultrasonicharmonics:


Micro-photography of individual snowflakes by Alexey Kljatov

I love this planet so much!

My favorite leadership image. We are all a unique snowflake. 

snow crystals are so strange.
simplesue:

mpalka:

ultrasonicharmonics:


Micro-photography of individual snowflakes by Alexey Kljatov

I love this planet so much!

My favorite leadership image. We are all a unique snowflake. 

snow crystals are so strange.
simplesue:

mpalka:

ultrasonicharmonics:


Micro-photography of individual snowflakes by Alexey Kljatov

I love this planet so much!

My favorite leadership image. We are all a unique snowflake. 

snow crystals are so strange.
simplesue:

mpalka:

ultrasonicharmonics:


Micro-photography of individual snowflakes by Alexey Kljatov

I love this planet so much!

My favorite leadership image. We are all a unique snowflake. 

snow crystals are so strange.
simplesue:

mpalka:

ultrasonicharmonics:


Micro-photography of individual snowflakes by Alexey Kljatov

I love this planet so much!

My favorite leadership image. We are all a unique snowflake. 

snow crystals are so strange.
simplesue:

mpalka:

ultrasonicharmonics:


Micro-photography of individual snowflakes by Alexey Kljatov

I love this planet so much!

My favorite leadership image. We are all a unique snowflake. 

snow crystals are so strange.
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xshaydx:

Tofino, BC
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tinyhousesgalore:

Tiny house built by Heirloom Custom Tiny Homes in Oregon. See more here!

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Tiny house built by Heirloom Custom Tiny Homes in Oregon. See more here!

tinyhousesgalore:

Tiny house built by Heirloom Custom Tiny Homes in Oregon. See more here!

tinyhousesgalore:

Tiny house built by Heirloom Custom Tiny Homes in Oregon. See more here!

tinyhousesgalore:

Tiny house built by Heirloom Custom Tiny Homes in Oregon. See more here!

tinyhousesgalore:

Tiny house built by Heirloom Custom Tiny Homes in Oregon. See more here!

tinyhousesgalore:

Tiny house built by Heirloom Custom Tiny Homes in Oregon. See more here!

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Tiny house built by Heirloom Custom Tiny Homes in Oregon. See more here!

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Tiny house built by Heirloom Custom Tiny Homes in Oregon. See more here!
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birdasaurus:

Anze Osterman
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nubbsgalore:

pete g. allinson spends four days to a week trying to photograph the sperm whales off the coast of dominica. there are about 150 whales living in the area, and allinson uses a hydrophone to find their general location, and then waits patiently for the whales come to the surface to breathe and socialize.
allinson, giving the whales plenty of space and using a snorkel so as not disturb the animals with the bubbles of a scuba tanks, then gets into the water in the hopes that they will approach him.  
notes allison, “when they interact with us they approach us very closely, rolling over again and again, trying to get us to rub their abdomens and bodies. when you start getting close to them you feel nervous and intimidated, and then as they interact with you, you feel intense pleasure. you realise they are intelligent.”  
he adds, “they are truly beautiful creatures and i photograph them in the hopes of helping to save the whales. the more people who understand these wonderful animals the better”  
sperm whales have been hunted for the last three hundred years by those seeking the oily white spermeceti found in their heads, which has been used in everything from lamp oil to cosmetics to pharmaceutical compounds, and which gives the whales their name.
currently listed as a vulnerable species, sperm whale numbers have rebounded thanks to hunting bans, though this still puts them at a fraction of their pre whaling numbers. 
nubbsgalore:

pete g. allinson spends four days to a week trying to photograph the sperm whales off the coast of dominica. there are about 150 whales living in the area, and allinson uses a hydrophone to find their general location, and then waits patiently for the whales come to the surface to breathe and socialize.
allinson, giving the whales plenty of space and using a snorkel so as not disturb the animals with the bubbles of a scuba tanks, then gets into the water in the hopes that they will approach him.  
notes allison, “when they interact with us they approach us very closely, rolling over again and again, trying to get us to rub their abdomens and bodies. when you start getting close to them you feel nervous and intimidated, and then as they interact with you, you feel intense pleasure. you realise they are intelligent.”  
he adds, “they are truly beautiful creatures and i photograph them in the hopes of helping to save the whales. the more people who understand these wonderful animals the better”  
sperm whales have been hunted for the last three hundred years by those seeking the oily white spermeceti found in their heads, which has been used in everything from lamp oil to cosmetics to pharmaceutical compounds, and which gives the whales their name.
currently listed as a vulnerable species, sperm whale numbers have rebounded thanks to hunting bans, though this still puts them at a fraction of their pre whaling numbers. 
nubbsgalore:

pete g. allinson spends four days to a week trying to photograph the sperm whales off the coast of dominica. there are about 150 whales living in the area, and allinson uses a hydrophone to find their general location, and then waits patiently for the whales come to the surface to breathe and socialize.
allinson, giving the whales plenty of space and using a snorkel so as not disturb the animals with the bubbles of a scuba tanks, then gets into the water in the hopes that they will approach him.  
notes allison, “when they interact with us they approach us very closely, rolling over again and again, trying to get us to rub their abdomens and bodies. when you start getting close to them you feel nervous and intimidated, and then as they interact with you, you feel intense pleasure. you realise they are intelligent.”  
he adds, “they are truly beautiful creatures and i photograph them in the hopes of helping to save the whales. the more people who understand these wonderful animals the better”  
sperm whales have been hunted for the last three hundred years by those seeking the oily white spermeceti found in their heads, which has been used in everything from lamp oil to cosmetics to pharmaceutical compounds, and which gives the whales their name.
currently listed as a vulnerable species, sperm whale numbers have rebounded thanks to hunting bans, though this still puts them at a fraction of their pre whaling numbers. 
nubbsgalore:

pete g. allinson spends four days to a week trying to photograph the sperm whales off the coast of dominica. there are about 150 whales living in the area, and allinson uses a hydrophone to find their general location, and then waits patiently for the whales come to the surface to breathe and socialize.
allinson, giving the whales plenty of space and using a snorkel so as not disturb the animals with the bubbles of a scuba tanks, then gets into the water in the hopes that they will approach him.  
notes allison, “when they interact with us they approach us very closely, rolling over again and again, trying to get us to rub their abdomens and bodies. when you start getting close to them you feel nervous and intimidated, and then as they interact with you, you feel intense pleasure. you realise they are intelligent.”  
he adds, “they are truly beautiful creatures and i photograph them in the hopes of helping to save the whales. the more people who understand these wonderful animals the better”  
sperm whales have been hunted for the last three hundred years by those seeking the oily white spermeceti found in their heads, which has been used in everything from lamp oil to cosmetics to pharmaceutical compounds, and which gives the whales their name.
currently listed as a vulnerable species, sperm whale numbers have rebounded thanks to hunting bans, though this still puts them at a fraction of their pre whaling numbers. 
nubbsgalore:

pete g. allinson spends four days to a week trying to photograph the sperm whales off the coast of dominica. there are about 150 whales living in the area, and allinson uses a hydrophone to find their general location, and then waits patiently for the whales come to the surface to breathe and socialize.
allinson, giving the whales plenty of space and using a snorkel so as not disturb the animals with the bubbles of a scuba tanks, then gets into the water in the hopes that they will approach him.  
notes allison, “when they interact with us they approach us very closely, rolling over again and again, trying to get us to rub their abdomens and bodies. when you start getting close to them you feel nervous and intimidated, and then as they interact with you, you feel intense pleasure. you realise they are intelligent.”  
he adds, “they are truly beautiful creatures and i photograph them in the hopes of helping to save the whales. the more people who understand these wonderful animals the better”  
sperm whales have been hunted for the last three hundred years by those seeking the oily white spermeceti found in their heads, which has been used in everything from lamp oil to cosmetics to pharmaceutical compounds, and which gives the whales their name.
currently listed as a vulnerable species, sperm whale numbers have rebounded thanks to hunting bans, though this still puts them at a fraction of their pre whaling numbers. 
nubbsgalore:

pete g. allinson spends four days to a week trying to photograph the sperm whales off the coast of dominica. there are about 150 whales living in the area, and allinson uses a hydrophone to find their general location, and then waits patiently for the whales come to the surface to breathe and socialize.
allinson, giving the whales plenty of space and using a snorkel so as not disturb the animals with the bubbles of a scuba tanks, then gets into the water in the hopes that they will approach him.  
notes allison, “when they interact with us they approach us very closely, rolling over again and again, trying to get us to rub their abdomens and bodies. when you start getting close to them you feel nervous and intimidated, and then as they interact with you, you feel intense pleasure. you realise they are intelligent.”  
he adds, “they are truly beautiful creatures and i photograph them in the hopes of helping to save the whales. the more people who understand these wonderful animals the better”  
sperm whales have been hunted for the last three hundred years by those seeking the oily white spermeceti found in their heads, which has been used in everything from lamp oil to cosmetics to pharmaceutical compounds, and which gives the whales their name.
currently listed as a vulnerable species, sperm whale numbers have rebounded thanks to hunting bans, though this still puts them at a fraction of their pre whaling numbers. 
nubbsgalore:

pete g. allinson spends four days to a week trying to photograph the sperm whales off the coast of dominica. there are about 150 whales living in the area, and allinson uses a hydrophone to find their general location, and then waits patiently for the whales come to the surface to breathe and socialize.
allinson, giving the whales plenty of space and using a snorkel so as not disturb the animals with the bubbles of a scuba tanks, then gets into the water in the hopes that they will approach him.  
notes allison, “when they interact with us they approach us very closely, rolling over again and again, trying to get us to rub their abdomens and bodies. when you start getting close to them you feel nervous and intimidated, and then as they interact with you, you feel intense pleasure. you realise they are intelligent.”  
he adds, “they are truly beautiful creatures and i photograph them in the hopes of helping to save the whales. the more people who understand these wonderful animals the better”  
sperm whales have been hunted for the last three hundred years by those seeking the oily white spermeceti found in their heads, which has been used in everything from lamp oil to cosmetics to pharmaceutical compounds, and which gives the whales their name.
currently listed as a vulnerable species, sperm whale numbers have rebounded thanks to hunting bans, though this still puts them at a fraction of their pre whaling numbers. 
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van-life:

Model: VW VanagonLocation: Yosemite, CAPhoto: http://instagram.com/jaiholli  (Photo by Adam Kinberg)
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robbiefishing:

Small brown trout caught in a small mountain stream. 
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wanderlusteurope:

Fjallbacka, Sweden

another home
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explore-everywhere:

skeletales:

Foster Huntington

always love this photoset.
explore-everywhere:

skeletales:

Foster Huntington

always love this photoset.
explore-everywhere:

skeletales:

Foster Huntington

always love this photoset.
explore-everywhere:

skeletales:

Foster Huntington

always love this photoset.
explore-everywhere:

skeletales:

Foster Huntington

always love this photoset.
explore-everywhere:

skeletales:

Foster Huntington

always love this photoset.