Last light over Nelson, BC
It’s been a long time since I’ve been able to venture out with my camera. School has been hectic. My buddy @tylerfortin14 and I jumped in his trunk and made it just in time for the light to be soft.
Thanks to @carlo_alcos for the info on this epic spot.
I have been in that funk all week. Isolated myself away from most friends, cancelled a lot of things on my calendar. Bitched a bunch to my wonderful BF who listens to me when I’m being irrational but need to get things out.
My knee kept me from working out all week and only was able to run a tiny little run this week.
I wanted to cancel on Becca today and didn’t believe today would even be possible.
But I didn’t cancel.
And this was a possible day.
And the weather was INCREDIBLE.
Now my cup feels full again rather then half empty like I had perceived it to be all week.
// #endrant :)
420134 hours ago
🔸”When dirt under your feet is enough, even if it feels like you’re starting from square one. No matter the speed, I have lungs that breathe and legs that climb. For that, I am grateful.”
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22 miles and some change.
hello perfect beautiful day!
If you need me I’ll be icing my knees and in pain for a bit
515227 hours ago
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Still going through reflection withdrawal and haven't had a chance to pop by Vermilion lakes yet. So here is a shot I took of Two Jack Lake. I had gotten up for sunrise on summer solstice and was greeted with a beautiful reflection. But what I remember the most is the number of birds singing that morning. If you live in Banff you know that the most common birds you'll hear are magpie, crows and robins so it was a treat to hear so many different kinds!