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We got a back porch y’all! These folding stairs are so lovely ✨ I haven’t been letting Maddie jump in and out of the adventure rig for a few moons for the sake of her joints, so being able to just open the door in the morning and she can just trot out on out feels like a dang dream!
We got a back porch y’all! These folding stairs are so lovely ✨ I haven’t been letting Maddie jump in and out of the adventure rig for a few moons for the sake of her joints, so being able to just open the door in the morning and she can just trot out on out feels like a dang dream!
Making better friends in Nebraska 🍦⁣
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This is likely most difficult photograph I’ve ever taken! It’s also everything I love about photography, a spark of an idea and tons of hard work, and then a 1/60th of a second later it all compacts into a single frame.⁣
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The past few days I’ve been driving through some of the smallest map dots across Nebraska and I’ve truly loved it. These midwestern states don’t get as much love online as the epic mountain peaks and California sun but they are honestly lovely and worth seeing. If you ever have to drive across our amazing country I encourage you to take the smallest of roads, those winding ones that curve with the land, those sort of roads that hit all the little spots you haven’t heard of yet.⁣
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And if by chance you happen to be on the city council in one of those map dots, I’m talking the countless towns with populations of 300 folks, I hope y’all open up to Overlanders! I passed by so many cool abandoned ball fields and such that I would love to have camped at for a night and grabbed a brew in your town but there’s no where legal to stay in your town! I truly believe that’s a low cost way to grow tourism in these little spots, welcome travelers and use land in a fresh way. (Some larger population towns do this already, towns with a chain restaurant, but they often want $15-30/night)
Making better friends in Nebraska 🍦⁣ ⁣ This is likely most difficult photograph I’ve ever taken! It’s also everything I love about photography, a spark of an idea and tons of hard work, and then a 1/60th of a second later it all compacts into a single frame.⁣ -⁣ The past few days I’ve been driving through some of the smallest map dots across Nebraska and I’ve truly loved it. These midwestern states don’t get as much love online as the epic mountain peaks and California sun but they are honestly lovely and worth seeing. If you ever have to drive across our amazing country I encourage you to take the smallest of roads, those winding ones that curve with the land, those sort of roads that hit all the little spots you haven’t heard of yet.⁣ ⁣ And if by chance you happen to be on the city council in one of those map dots, I’m talking the countless towns with populations of 300 folks, I hope y’all open up to Overlanders! I passed by so many cool abandoned ball fields and such that I would love to have camped at for a night and grabbed a brew in your town but there’s no where legal to stay in your town! I truly believe that’s a low cost way to grow tourism in these little spots, welcome travelers and use land in a fresh way. (Some larger population towns do this already, towns with a chain restaurant, but they often want $15-30/night)
It feels so good to finally have some beautiful camp chairs in my life 😊✨
It feels so good to finally have some beautiful camp chairs in my life 😊✨
Edward Abbey had it so right when he wrote that wilderness is not a luxury but a necessity for the human spirit.⁣
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I hope if y’all take away anything from our little bit of time together over the years is that dogs make life better & public land is worth protecting! Public land is for us all! It’s for us all to project, enjoy, love, and hopefully become better stewards of.⁣
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We can all wake up to views like this because folks before us were wise and knew we had to keep land off the private market. You’d need millions and millions of dollars to get a view like this, but public land is for all! Today we can give thanks that the gate isn’t locked. ⁣
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We must keep protecting what is for all and not the few ✨
Edward Abbey had it so right when he wrote that wilderness is not a luxury but a necessity for the human spirit.⁣ ⁣ I hope if y’all take away anything from our little bit of time together over the years is that dogs make life better & public land is worth protecting! Public land is for us all! It’s for us all to project, enjoy, love, and hopefully become better stewards of.⁣ ⁣ We can all wake up to views like this because folks before us were wise and knew we had to keep land off the private market. You’d need millions and millions of dollars to get a view like this, but public land is for all! Today we can give thanks that the gate isn’t locked. ⁣ ⁣ We must keep protecting what is for all and not the few ✨
We stopped for lunch on some BLM land yesterday that a few cows were munching on and after a few  I couldn’t find Maddie...she def is the sweetest & most stubborn dog ever ✨
We stopped for lunch on some BLM land yesterday that a few cows were munching on and after a few I couldn’t find Maddie...she def is the sweetest & most stubborn dog ever ✨
Only pizza holder I trust ✨ I adore going into the back country and finding an amazing camping & hiking spots, but some of my favorite moments and images come from the everyday, maybe even the mundane. Like sitting on a stoop eating pizza with friends, hard to beat 🍕
Only pizza holder I trust ✨ I adore going into the back country and finding an amazing camping & hiking spots, but some of my favorite moments and images come from the everyday, maybe even the mundane. Like sitting on a stoop eating pizza with friends, hard to beat 🍕
Hot sprangin’ with the locals ✨
Hot sprangin’ with the locals ✨
My best pal @reallykindofamazing has been on a vintage tear recently and just found this amazing rug! I love it so much. I don’t think he’s letting go of this one but a bunch of his collection is over on his Etsy. ⁣
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A few of us in the photo world have been feeling slightly burnt out on creating images for the past few, I mean I’ve been at IG for nearly a decade and shooting professionally since 2005! And before that I was a photo major in 2001! Phew. It’s been amazing and wonderful but also exhausting. Even a one degree shift like my pal getting into vintage hunting feels like new life. My heart is deep for photography but I’m on the hunt for that new fire too. I’m thinking it might look like a fly fishing reel ✨
My best pal @reallykindofamazing has been on a vintage tear recently and just found this amazing rug! I love it so much. I don’t think he’s letting go of this one but a bunch of his collection is over on his Etsy. ⁣ ⁣ A few of us in the photo world have been feeling slightly burnt out on creating images for the past few, I mean I’ve been at IG for nearly a decade and shooting professionally since 2005! And before that I was a photo major in 2001! Phew. It’s been amazing and wonderful but also exhausting. Even a one degree shift like my pal getting into vintage hunting feels like new life. My heart is deep for photography but I’m on the hunt for that new fire too. I’m thinking it might look like a fly fishing reel ✨
Being in California makes me day dream about The Grapes of Wrath, I can almost just barley feel that journey all those Okies took down Route 66 in the hot sun. In all their hard days I hope they found a few sunsets filled with little moments like this. ⁣
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The story of Okies migrating to California is a long and winding one that I can’t type out fully here, I figure most of y’all wizzing by on daily scrolling would nod off! But I can simply say at the time Okies migrants were met with disdain (once the crops were harvested, or too many showed up) but ultimately they injected California with a needed shot of culture. ⁣
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You can thank an Okie today for that beautiful country music that came out of California. Like Merle Haggard to Jon Pardi today ✨
Being in California makes me day dream about The Grapes of Wrath, I can almost just barley feel that journey all those Okies took down Route 66 in the hot sun. In all their hard days I hope they found a few sunsets filled with little moments like this. ⁣ ⁣ The story of Okies migrating to California is a long and winding one that I can’t type out fully here, I figure most of y’all wizzing by on daily scrolling would nod off! But I can simply say at the time Okies migrants were met with disdain (once the crops were harvested, or too many showed up) but ultimately they injected California with a needed shot of culture. ⁣ ⁣ You can thank an Okie today for that beautiful country music that came out of California. Like Merle Haggard to Jon Pardi today ✨
Grateful to be back on life’s journey with my dear friend @jaredchambers. The way this guy sees the world is a gift and him being around makes life better. ⁣And I’m grateful to give him a giant rolling ladder for his amazing photographs. ⁣
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If anyone bumps into this caption I do have a small encouragement today: take a moment a look at yourself in a mirror, look into your own eyes, and tell yourself everything you need to hear. I tell myself that I am enough, I love you, you deserve love.⁣⁣
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I promise you that’s not easy to do but it drops me to my knees every time. When we finally love ourselves we can love others deeply ✨⁣
Grateful to be back on life’s journey with my dear friend @jaredchambers. The way this guy sees the world is a gift and him being around makes life better. ⁣And I’m grateful to give him a giant rolling ladder for his amazing photographs. ⁣ ⁣ If anyone bumps into this caption I do have a small encouragement today: take a moment a look at yourself in a mirror, look into your own eyes, and tell yourself everything you need to hear. I tell myself that I am enough, I love you, you deserve love.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ I promise you that’s not easy to do but it drops me to my knees every time. When we finally love ourselves we can love others deeply ✨⁣
Enjoyed the creative freedom on this project with @Walmart and @BlueBuffalo, and for sure always enjoy the process of capturing Maddie in her element. And I’m def still digging the curb side grocery pickup. Make your order online, pick a time, swing by and grab it. Works great for us! #sponsored #BlueBuffalo #WalmartGroceryPickup
Enjoyed the creative freedom on this project with @Walmart and @BlueBuffalo, and for sure always enjoy the process of capturing Maddie in her element. And I’m def still digging the curb side grocery pickup. Make your order online, pick a time, swing by and grab it. Works great for us! #sponsored #BlueBuffalo #WalmartGroceryPickup
I like when photography can feel more like a poem scribbled down than a documentation of facts. When the light hits the world just right at the end of the day how can I not feel Andrew Wyeth and Steinbeck right there with me?
I like when photography can feel more like a poem scribbled down than a documentation of facts. When the light hits the world just right at the end of the day how can I not feel Andrew Wyeth and Steinbeck right there with me?