if there ever comes a time when you feel the wind and it stays. when a breath feels like something you have to chase and the sound of ice echoes through the light bursting from the clouds that tower above your hands, let it stay and chase it.
Such in der Vergangenheit, um die Zukunft zu entdecken. Die limitierte Black Series Rage Kollektion stellt eine der ikonischsten Silhoutten der The North Face Geschichte vor und verbindet damit alt bewährtes mit neuen Innovationen: Die 1990 Rage Jacke. Klick auf den Link in der Bio, um mehr zu erfahren. #NeverStopExploring
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Last Friday night up Snowdon doing a little recce of some of the route before shooting the @maverickrace Snowdonia x ultra. It was such a stunning evening and not a soul around. Stark contrast to the next morning where so many people were out enjoying the last of the summer sun. It was a great event to capture. Well done to all the competitors as it was hot weather to be running up mountains!
Now for a few days off with the family
#trailrunning #ultramarathon #snowdon
The Red Pond: a Native American Myth of a Pond in Seneca Nation (1 hr from my house) where the Tribal Princess was in love with a man of an enemy Tribe. To escape the wrath of both Tribes, they waded into the river and sunk to the bottom 85+ meters below, never to be seen again. It’s called the Red River because it looks like Blood from afar, but up close it’s Charcoal colored water! #creepy
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Happy Autumnal Equinox! Autumn is a funny time of year for us; exciting in one way as we look forward to spending more time working in the woods but also tinged with melancholy for the departure of the warm, long summer days full of life, buzzing with energy. What better way to celebrate the summer past than by harvesting some of that energy in berry form and preserving it to help see us through the darker months? We spent the weekend collecting rosehips, elderberries and the last of the blackberries to make jams and syrups which are not only rich in goodness, helping us to see off the winter lurgies but that will also transport us back to those warm summer’s days every time we use them. Whatever the onset of autumn and winter means to you we hope you managed to find plenty of time for outdoor adventures and encounters with nature. Check out the recipe on our blog from last year for rosehip syrup and keep your eyes peeled for a forth coming post on elderberries soon.
Had a spectacular sighting on a morning drive. A baby hippo had fallen prey to some lions right on the riverbank. The male lion was asleep up on the bank while the old lioness was eating the last few scraps. Surrounded by 60+ crocodiles she defended the carcass for quite a while from sneaky crocs coming up the bank.
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23 BROCKENHURST | The New Forest National Park is one of my favourite places for a short walk in Great Britain. Yes, it's flat, but the surroundings are beautiful even without hills - and you get scenes like this. There are lots of popular places, but you can easily avoid the crowds if you start in one of the less crowded car parks and head off into the Forest for an amble. I've used this photo before on my instagram, but I don't think you'll mind seeing it again :) ⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
== I am dedicating September to some of my favourite places to spend time outside in Great Britain, in the hope that I might inspire you to explore this great island of ours a little more. Have you visited today’s photo? Where are your favourite places to #GetOutside for #OneHourOutside or more in Great Britain? ==