While driving the remote dalton highway from Fairbanks Alaska to the Arctic Ocean, I saw a great multitude of wildlife. However the animal that stuck out to me the most was this fox. There was actually a family of six scavenging a road killed bird off the side of the highway. I didn’t see them at first rounding a corner and had to hit the breaks pretty hard. I pulled over and walked into the shrubs and sat down wondering if one of them would come out when this fox walked right up to me. He went within a foot of me curious probably wondering why a strange looking man with a beard was in his home. He eventually got bored of me and left.
Our campsite 🏕
Around mile 6 of 17.4, of the Huckleberry, Lumberjack, Seneca Creek Loop Trail in West Virginia.
This was a great spot right off of the trail and next to the stream. The clam, soothing sounds of the water acted as white noise and I surprisingly slept well through the night.
My 1st Grotesque Guardians kill. I want the gargoyle pet so bad! Watch me fail twice & finally come thru with the WIN!!! Search “iiiso games” on YouTube to find the full episode 💕❤️ what other bosses do you want to see me try on video for the 1st time? I’ve only done a few before 😘
Alright listen I’m going to be honest with you... I simultaneously love and hate how Instagram has changed how we often take photos. The nonchalant yet oh-so-staged look away from the camera. I love how the photos look but I feel like an absolute dick in the moment of taking them, especially when you’re one of several doing the same thing in the same space, which is certainly the case in this Insta-famous spot, Lago di Braies. This is quite truly a place where the simply sitting and staring isn’t just for cameras though... as much as I’ve seen this place photographed, no photo in this world could capture its magic. Obsessed with these mountains, with this water, with this dreamscape. And taking a boat out gives you a chance to get away from the crowds all sitting and staring alongside you! ⛰