People, smelly kids, snot, and adorable animals of all kinds (especially the Penguins).
A short stroll around 24th and 25th streets in Ogden Utah. A few images, and few people meant for a quiet time down town.
Craft Lake City walk around in Ogden. Lots of fun, some really good work, and a fun day of being busy.
A hike into nature’s therapy. Sweating out the thoughts, writing down the process, letting things go.
A lot of words about a fresh relationship, and a lot of rambling about uncertainty, excitement, and and being okay with it all.
Another Pliker walk to clean up the 21st Street Pond Trail. It was really bad, but we hauled out a ton of shit, so hopefully it’ll make it through some of the winter.
Images from my grandparent’s memorial service (and a few sunsets from my sister’s backyard).
A long hard hike to make sure I had time to work on myself. Inflict physical pain enough I had no choice but to still my mind, and let my thoughts process with out me guiding them around. I hope tomorrow has another difficult hike in store, I need more nature therapy :).
Unexpected hike, lots of random thinking, kept myself true, and took a lot of pictures.
Hiking is a safe place to exfoliate your emotions :).
Beautiful views, more poorly focused photography, trying a lot of poses on the bench, and did a lot of thinking.
Friday’s 25th St car show, not a lot of pictures, way too many words, and here’s to tonight’s hike (might be chilly).
Little path in Hooper, felt like my childhood hangouts.
Group hike up to Malan’s Peak. Really fun, not nearly as difficult as the other week, and lots of fun with the entire group.
Really great hike up past Pineview Reservoir. Really relaxed, learned a few things from our host, and had a tasty burger and a beer at the Shooting Star Saloon.
Pliking Group – Picking up trash as you hike, or walk, or just scour a trail in the middle of the city.
A wonderful hike, wonderful skycandy, long over due conversations, and some hard pills to digest and grow from. 100% gratitude, respect, and appreciation from the deepest parts of my heart.
Went on a hike with a new friend. I made us a picnic lunch, she provided a new trail to explore. It was a really nice, relaxing, day. I highly recommend Limber Pine Trail if you just want an easy, smooth, walk in the shade (With peek-a-boo glimpses of Bear Lake).
Father and son, out too late, a night over the town, and bonding as two guys will do.
This post is for Dayton. His images are here, and he did a great job.