Colors and chaos. India has been a full spectrum of emotions. No other place or trip has made me feel so much. It forces you awake in every sense, which can manifest as both a blessing and a test. - If you watched my stories I didn’t have the best tiAgra, Uttar Pradesh
@timothysykes Amazing photo even better caption, thank you so much for sharing!!
@airpixels Sorry to hear Chelsea!
All smiles after walking next to the Grey Glacier all day. Doing the O circuit twice now - over 80 miles and 9 days - was a beautiful reminder of how truly amazing this part of the world is. The glaciers, the mountains, and all the drama in the landsTorres del Paine
That's not Jurassic World, that's Indonesia. I fell in love with beautiful and pure nature of this fantastic country! Last few days I'm exploring hidden gems of Java island with my friends @rockbelz @dewanirawan @boykebudimansumantri Thank you guysCentral Java
@felixinden This looks so wonderful mate. Amazing
@marcadamus Pretty sure this one is on every photographers to-do now, haha! Thanks for making a realistic and striking representation of the place. Love your Indonesia series so far.
Tonight is the final Supermoon of the year and I’ll be spending it surfing under the moonlight with friends️! This image was taken around 5:45am this morning while @lex.weinstein was soaking up the moonlight here in Mexico. Check out those the perfeMexico
@carmenhuter Out of this world 😍
Borobudur greets me with showers of rain - but the sense of the largest Buddhist temple was even stronger this morning. Almost no other people, which is quite rare here. And what a relief was to stay at @pl.borobudur just 5 minutes away from the temPlataran Borobudur Resort & Spa
I might be biased, but I think Seattle has the best waterfront in the US . I feel so thankful to be surrounded by mountains & so much water. This is definitely one of my favorite views as seen from @thompsonseattle. Let me know if you guys want to sThompson Seattle
@jordanherschel So much going on!
Why did the elephants cross the train tracks? It’s not a joke, I actually don’t know the answer. I was out and about on a safari drive in Hwange National Park when our guide saw a huge herd of elephants heading for the train tracks. He predicted thCamelthorn Lodge, Imvelo Safari Lodges.
Looks like I’m doing a series within a series with another shot from Zimbabwe! This is number 8 in my top 12 shots of 2018, and it’s the Victoria Falls! I can’t wait to get back here in a few weeks! Settings below _________________________________Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
It was us and two locals at this cenote. They brought speakers and put them all around the cave and blasted music that bounced off the walls. Lots of times it’s annoying when people play music in nature, but this cave had the best acoustics I’ve hearMérida, Yucatan
@followmeaway If the locals were doing it I would be far less annoyed than if tourists were. Still prob annoying but LESS
@timothysykes Stairway to Heaven!!!!
On our last day in Udaipur @emmett_sparling and I had a meet up with a group of female engineering students and creatives. What started at a little 15 min talk turned into a full day adventure, including buying this traditional saree and scootering tUdaipur, Rajasthan
@yantastic Stunning 😍
Currently working on a story about my time in Myanmar for one of my favorite magazines, and stumbled upon these archives from a year ago. Thought I’d just share it here. The past weeks have been so exciting as I rediscovered some of my work from theInle Lake, Myanmar
@jordanherschel These are brilliant.
@alexvizeo Tellement belles ces photos 👏👏👏
Siberian winds never felt so good. Japan has quickly become one of my favorite places on earth, every experience whether surf or snow has introduced me to a different part of its delicate culture. Excited to be heading back at the end of this month fIwanai-gun, Hokkaido, Japan
@roam Stoked to see what comes out of this
This seaside tower in Laguna Beach apparently got its name from a wealthy eccentric who would dress like a pirate and hide coins among its stones, or so says its page on Atlas Obscura. Built in 1926 by William E. Brown, and rumored to have at one timPirate Tower, Victoria Beach
This is post number 7 in my 12 part series of top posts for last year. As I say, better late than never. Haha. As many of you know, last year I went to Zimbabwe in February to do a complete run through of my planned itinerary for running tours. I neeWild Is Life
@elissasursara So cute I could cry. Okay I’ll cry 😭