Recently, I asked you guys if you have ever done a solo hiking. About 45% said yes and that was more than I expected. Last week I decided to do a hiking alone and yesterday I made it✅I’m going to post various pictures from my solo trip as well as describe what kind of benefits I discovered and of course some downsides. Stay tuned🙌🏼 Well deserved hot drink on the photo, that was one of the most delicious tea I’ve ever tried in my life, guess why😄☕️⛰❄️
Looking at landscape photography today and most things seem to be colour. 🏞
I found Ansel Adams a few years ago and still haven't found a better landscape photographer. Simple, Black and white, and honest photography that leaves one hell of an impression.
Anyway here is my attempt.
• El Captian with glimpses of sunlight. #anseladams
DAMN NEW ZEALAND 💣🔥The Routeburn track is such a chill three day hike and the huts have gas, hot/cold water, flushing toilets and mattresses. V glamping. And all the rangers I met were Aussie. Let's all do a ranger and move 🏃🏽♀️ Now I'm about to get on a boat to do the Milford Track cyaaa 💗
Amongst the numerous benefits of being in the wilderness, the best ones include gaining clarity of thought.
Hiking for 6 days (with the greatest of company) gave me many an epiphany. If you're thinking about some time away, Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park is a beaut of place to consider!