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10° adventures on the lake. Still can’t get over the formation of this ice on the lake, never seen anything like it.
The recent and overwhelming chilliness in Montana has me itching for summer mornings - waking up to avian symphonies, breathing the cleanest air, splashing my face with meditative waters. Harmony.
Gorgeous views and negative wind chills.
I’ve come to deeply appreciate the feeling of solo cross country drives, they fill me with this sense of intimidating innocence. I couldn’t help when driving past the Crazy’s in early January to pull over and jump my way through snow drifts and barbed wire to sit on the tracks and watch the clouds move through the mountains.
East Glacier Park, MT, USA
Outcomes aren’t real. Goals, aspirations... they’re just products of specific processes. The process is the product.
I have no remorse about creeping on other people's doggos. I mean, what was I supposed to do, take a picture of an empty trail?
Gusty shores of Lake MacDonald after a nasty storm the night before. The clouds lifted just in time for a beautiful day in the park.
Some morning blues. Woke up at 4:30am for this journey that started off with blizzards and unplowed highways and an unexpected trip to Yellowstone
Only half an hour from campus is the trail head to one of my favorite hikes in Montana - Mount Blackmore. This steadily-inclined trail follows a creek for most of the way, but upon arriving at the base of the mountain, you emerge from the tree-line and enter a very unique high-Rocky Mountain landscape. After exploring Mount Blackmore and taking in the breath-taking 360-degree view from the summit, my two friends Christian and Ike and I decided to bag one extra peak by traversing the ridgeline across to Elephant Mountain. From this peak, which sits less than 100 feet lower than Mount Blackmore at 10,085 feet, we were able to get a good view of the valley we had just hiked through. Upon descending to the trailhead from Elephant Mountain, I shot this photo of Christian who took in the incredible view for one last time.
Cold winter mornings from the last best place 💙❄💙
Running to save time
Tuned truth lies in the fine line
Signs I made for me
Admiring the craziest ice formations I’ve ever seen with @ericmatt96