Service busy now, please wait for a while.

This page will be refreshed automatically in 10 seconds.

You may be interested in

Late afternoon paddle. After 2.5 weeks of nausea I couldn’t pass up a quick trip to the lake. #quarry #lifewithcancer
456 likes

Late afternoon paddle. After 2.5 weeks of nausea I couldn’t pass up a quick trip to the lake. #quarry #lifewithcancer

July 2019
schlossamhaff 's post in instagram at Tue, 31 Dec 2019
744 likes
4 weeks ago
A' Chòigeach
10.3k likes

A' Chòigeach

September 2018
1/6
1.7k likes

when you just finished binge watching Cheer on Netflix

Yesterday
▫️ cold fusion.
684 likes

▫️ cold fusion .

4 weeks ago
1/6
791 likes

Snippet of life on the streets of Havana and they remind me of why I travel!

6 days ago
Blast from the past 🐰🐰
295 likes

Blast from the past 🐰🐰

2 weeks ago
View from on top of Goatfell looking west with Islay in the background#photooftheday #landscapephotography #scotland #arran #islay #visitscotland #agameoftones #instagood #blackandwhite
3.9k likes

View from on top of Goatfell looking west with Islay in the background #photooftheday #landscapephotography #scotland #arran #islay #visitscotland #agameoftones #instagood #blackandwhite

June 2019
Entry 167 - let this be the new start of my photo journey in 2020 🇻🇳
258 likes

Entry 167 - let this be the new start of my photo journey in 2020 🇻🇳

4 weeks ago
1/5
4k likes

Some cold impressions from our visit to one of the most beautiful lakes in Banff National Park. Lake Louise is known for its turquoise color and the spectacular high peaks. In the winter time the frozen lake turns into this giant white plain where you can go for walks or enjoy some ice skating. We had so much fun skating on the ice underneath these spectacular views, it was definitely one of my favorite places we visit! ❄️ Paid partnership with @travelalberta #explorealberta

3 hours ago
“Beyond the pines.” While in Davis we visited a few of the stores on the strip and I saw a small black and white picture sitting on the shelf and it was an image of the pines that looked just like this. I really enjoyed the image and wanted to see if I could find it. So I set out and went hunting for it. I have no idea if this was the same spot that artist took the picture or not but this looked very close to me. I just love how simple the composition is and the pines are everywhere down there so it reminds me of Blackwater. Small and hidden away but powerful to me. www.zachheaton.net #thesecretlifeofzachheaton #zachheaton #reallyrightstuff #myrrs #natgeo #Filmphotomag #kodak  #OPTechUSA  #filmsnotdead #filmisalive #filmisbetter #heyfsc  #mamiya #mediumformat #mediumformatfilm #ChemicalPhotography #mamiyafeatures #believeinfilm  #filmcommunity  #thefilmcommunity #analogisme #RRSRocksolid #RRSRocks  #ExploreKodak #Sekonic #inGrainweTrust #MaytheFilmbewithYou #OpTechAmbassador #CokinAmbassador  #lancanalogclub
346 likes

“Beyond the pines.” While in Davis we visited a few of the stores on the strip and I saw a small black and white picture sitting on the shelf and it was an image of the pines that looked just like this. I really enjoyed the image and wanted to see if I could find it. So I set out and went hunting for it. I have no idea if this was the same spot that artist took the picture or not but this looked very close to me. I just love how simple the composition is and the pines are everywhere down there so it reminds me of Blackwater. Small and hidden away but powerful to me. www.zachheaton.net #thesecretlifeofzachheaton #zachheaton #reallyrightstuff #myrrs #natgeo #Filmphotomag #kodak #OPTechUSA #filmsnotdead #filmisalive #filmisbetter #heyfsc #mamiya #mediumformat #mediumformatfilm #ChemicalPhotography #mamiyafeatures #believeinfilm #filmcommunity #thefilmcommunity #analogisme #RRSRocksolid #RRSRocks #ExploreKodak #Sekonic #inGrainweTrust #MaytheFilmbewithYou #OpTechAmbassador #CokinAmbassador #lancanalogclub

2 days ago
Fragments.#birthdayboy
1.2k likes

Fragments. #birthdayboy

2 weeks ago
My last hours of 2019 ended with quite a hair-raising experience, and I have a CRAZY story to tell you from my outings last night to photograph the New Years fireworks.I had an idea last night to snowshoe up to a cliff overlooking town to gain a unique perspective of the fireworks over the valley, so at 10:30pm I bundled up, strapped on my snowshoes and headlamp, and started trudging up through knee deep powder towards my destination. When I was only about ten minutes up from the road, I was alarmed when I saw three or four pairs of orange eyes reflecting at me from behind some bushes up ahead. My first thought was that they were probably just deer. But I was a bit concerned that the eyes were orange; typically I remember all the deer I’ve seen at night having greenish colored eyes in light of my headlamp. Even more alarming, though, was the fact that the eyes had a certain calm and confidence to them – the animals clearly were not afraid of me and had no intention of fleeing like deer normally would.About 20-30 feet from the “eyes”, I could see that one of the animals was standing up while the other two or three were sitting or laying down. I took a few more steps closer to get a closer look when I got a clear view of the one that was standing. It was a MASSIVE mountain lion staring right at me! Along with two or three of his buddies (I was too focussed on the big guy to count the others). Holy shit. I quietly turned around and retreated back down through the snow, trying not to seem panicked or rushed like prey, but constantly glancing over my shoulder while trying not to trip over my snowshoes. I got back to my truck without incident, got in as fast as I could, and got the hell out of there, with a bit of adrenaline pumping through my veins!So, although I was scared away from my intended photo destination, at least I got a story to tell! I had enough time to drive to an old standby vantage point and take the photo above as a consolation shot.Happy New Year! I hope 2020 is full of more excitement and adventure, though preferrably not involving close encounters with mountains lion gangs!.#ouraycolorado
1.4k likes

My last hours of 2019 ended with quite a hair-raising experience, and I have a CRAZY story to tell you from my outings last night to photograph the New Years fireworks. I had an idea last night to snowshoe up to a cliff overlooking town to gain a unique perspective of the fireworks over the valley, so at 10:30pm I bundled up, strapped on my snowshoes and headlamp, and started trudging up through knee deep powder towards my destination. When I was only about ten minutes up from the road, I was alarmed when I saw three or four pairs of orange eyes reflecting at me from behind some bushes up ahead. My first thought was that they were probably just deer. But I was a bit concerned that the eyes were orange; typically I remember all the deer I’ve seen at night having greenish colored eyes in light of my headlamp. Even more alarming, though, was the fact that the eyes had a certain calm and confidence to them – the animals clearly were not afraid of me and had no intention of fleeing like deer normally would. About 20-30 feet from the “eyes”, I could see that one of the animals was standing up while the other two or three were sitting or laying down. I took a few more steps closer to get a closer look when I got a clear view of the one that was standing. It was a MASSIVE mountain lion staring right at me! Along with two or three of his buddies (I was too focussed on the big guy to count the others). Holy shit. I quietly turned around and retreated back down through the snow, trying not to seem panicked or rushed like prey, but constantly glancing over my shoulder while trying not to trip over my snowshoes. I got back to my truck without incident, got in as fast as I could, and got the hell out of there, with a bit of adrenaline pumping through my veins! So, although I was scared away from my intended photo destination, at least I got a story to tell! I had enough time to drive to an old standby vantage point and take the photo above as a consolation shot. Happy New Year! I hope 2020 is full of more excitement and adventure, though preferrably not involving close encounters with mountains lion gangs! . #ouraycolorado

4 weeks ago
I don’t know what to say. Last night a piece of me died and took Pe’ahi with it. I don’t have the right words, I don’t know that I ever will. Words don’t seem enough to honor the life and soul that I spent 15 years, 5 months, and 15 days with. There are a lifetime of memories I will never forget, I will never be able to erase from the etchings in my heart. The first day with him when he ran figure 8’s in the backyard for 45 minutes straight and scared the shit out of me. The time I asked him if he wanted to be my running partner and he started running. The first time I found him under the covers in my mom’s bed, a woman hard set against dog hair on furniture. The time he ate an entire (free) armchair because I locked him out of the bedroom. The time I gave him a turkey heart and he held it awkwardly for 15 minutes before spitting it out. All of the camping trips, the boat rides, the strolls on the beach, the sunsets and sunrises we shared on our morning runs or evening walks. The mountain summits when he was 10+, the soft snores and gentle wabbit chasings. Pe’ahi taught me about unconditional love, about commitment and dedication, about strength and perseverance. He taught me what it meant to be there for someone other than myself, to value someone else’s needs above my own. He taught the rest of the pack how to be good, no GREAT, dogs! They love and respected him, they knew what and when he could handle their shit, they honored his presence. There were days the only reason I woke up was because I owed it to him. I will never be able to repay him. I will never be able to tell him how much I loved him. I will miss him until the end of my days. Thank you to everyone who was touched by him as much as I was. It is humbling to know how loved he was. I’m sure I missed a lot, I know I’ll never be able to say it all. My king, my heart, my soul. Fly free kind sir. I’m sorry we weren’t able to make more of your donations. I shared my life with him from August 7, 2004-January 22, 2020.
2.5k likes

I don’t know what to say. Last night a piece of me died and took Pe’ahi with it. I don’t have the right words, I don’t know that I ever will. Words don’t seem enough to honor the life and soul that I spent 15 years, 5 months, and 15 days with. There are a lifetime of memories I will never forget, I will never be able to erase from the etchings in my heart. The first day with him when he ran figure 8’s in the backyard for 45 minutes straight and scared the shit out of me. The time I asked him if he wanted to be my running partner and he started running. The first time I found him under the covers in my mom’s bed, a woman hard set against dog hair on furniture. The time he ate an entire (free) armchair because I locked him out of the bedroom. The time I gave him a turkey heart and he held it awkwardly for 15 minutes before spitting it out. All of the camping trips, the boat rides, the strolls on the beach, the sunsets and sunrises we shared on our morning runs or evening walks. The mountain summits when he was 10+, the soft snores and gentle wabbit chasings. Pe’ahi taught me about unconditional love, about commitment and dedication, about strength and perseverance. He taught me what it meant to be there for someone other than myself, to value someone else’s needs above my own. He taught the rest of the pack how to be good, no GREAT, dogs! They love and respected him, they knew what and when he could handle their shit, they honored his presence. There were days the only reason I woke up was because I owed it to him. I will never be able to repay him. I will never be able to tell him how much I loved him. I will miss him until the end of my days. Thank you to everyone who was touched by him as much as I was. It is humbling to know how loved he was. I’m sure I missed a lot, I know I’ll never be able to say it all. My king, my heart, my soul. Fly free kind sir. I’m sorry we weren’t able to make more of your donations. I shared my life with him from August 7, 2004-January 22, 2020.

12 hours ago
Made with and