I received my skippers qualification in 2017.
My parents gave me this as an option instead of spending thousands on university. I wasn’t too sure what I wanted to do but I knew sailing was fun , I also love the ocean so it seemed like a no brainer to me. I mean sailing instead of studying?!? The funny thing is I never actually went on the boats (I still have the skills with me always which is more than enough ) But I just decided it wasn’t stable enough and it was harder to lay your foundation. Sailing requires non stop traveling which put me off a tiny bit . Not only that but the importance of finding your feet early was on my mind. I had this worry that I’d be a veteran on the boats but a freshman at life. The big question was what do I do after the boats .
Since then I’ve had many people around my life doing their courses and going on the boats. So it would be cool to hear a different perspective.
Let me know how it’s been below !
Nuestra aventura está llena de un sin fin de momentos que se quedan plasmados en tu mente para siempre, como la mañana cuando te levantas en el campamento Tek y puedes ver el Tepuy Roraima iluminándose con los primeros rayos del sol.
Hermoso e imponente, un amanecer que nos muestra la meta que tenemos que lograr y el camino que debemos disfrutar, cada momento es un hermoso regalo.
Absolutely jaw dropping views on the way up to Palomani pass. (5200m) 🏔
Tag the person with whom you want to explore the area 🏞🙌🏻😍
Photo by: @thismattexists #earthhotspots
57 2,90421 January, 2020
“The Snow Disco”
At the end of March last year I had the pleasure of meeting @chasing.luminance We picked this location because I told Alex that I needed a snowy Rocky Mountain composition for a project. I drove up from Denver and to my dismay it was very cloudy out. Even when I arrived it was cloudy. I could not see the mountains in the gulch. I was stressing but I arrived about an hour early because I wanted to see if I could set up and shoot andromeda. I decided to climb in the back of my car and nap for an hour and hoped the clouds would clear as I woke. I woke up to Alex’s lights shining in my car and the clouds were dissipating, I was very excited. As we hiked in, I noticed that my light was shimmering and it made a strange disco ball like effect. We figured out once the sun was rising that it was literally the moisture freezing mid air. It was quite a wild experience and the 6 degree weather did not stop us. It was such an awesome shoot and I can’t wait to take our class to this spot this year! To see the uncropped version check my story! Tell me what you think in the comments.👇
Our workshops are available! Click the link in my bio if you want to join us on a workshop in 2020 and learn how to create an image like this! I have teamed up with @chasing.luminance again this year and we are offering a beginner, advance, and a tracker based workshop! We are doing it a bit different than most. Our students should be about the same level of experienced for each workshop! We are also offering 10% off to return students, so if you sign up for the beginner and the advance you get 10% off the advance! This applies to our previous students from last year as well. =>=<=>=<=<=>=>>>>=>=<===<>>>
> @manfrottoimaginemore tripod
> @fstopgear backpack
> Edited in @lightroom and @photoshop
128 3,17721 January, 2020
A wild lodge seen in its natural habitat, hunting for tourists and mainstream banger photographers
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Canada forever looking like a real life painting 🏞🌲🎨
Tag the person who would love to see this 😍
Photo by: @joemackin #earthhotspots
23 2,13011 hours ago
I like when good unexpected things happen. Like this sunset in the #california