The Break Before The Storm.
Sometimes I feel as though I can sense what is coming, as though I’m peering into a pensive of the future.  Like the smell of the rain before it falls or the vibrations of a train before it arrives.  Its as though my mind can predict the choices it will make before the options are even presented.  Perhaps its an illusion of being persistent towards goals, or perhaps life is one giant ebb and flow, a constantly swinging pendulum that is bound to come back no matter how far we go.  
I have that feeling now and I’m exhilarated to discover what lies ahead on this journey.

Thank you Caleb Maurice for standing in the freezing glacier lake for me at Banff!  Awesome new friends were made this dayFollow: Facebook, Flickr

The Break Before The Storm.

Sometimes I feel as though I can sense what is coming, as though I’m peering into a pensive of the future.  Like the smell of the rain before it falls or the vibrations of a train before it arrives.  Its as though my mind can predict the choices it will make before the options are even presented.  Perhaps its an illusion of being persistent towards goals, or perhaps life is one giant ebb and flow, a constantly swinging pendulum that is bound to come back no matter how far we go.  

I have that feeling now and I’m exhilarated to discover what lies ahead on this journey.

Thank you Caleb Maurice for standing in the freezing glacier lake for me at Banff!  Awesome new friends were made this day

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technicolor-tears asked:

how did you get started in photography and how did you learn? I really want to, but I just have no idea where to begin(I know nothing outside of auto-mode). you're such a huge inspiration to me and I love your work!

Hey!  I just saw my messages :P It doesn’t alert me for some reason!  But I got started with a 2 year program at a community college and then just filled all my spare time with practicing and self teaching new techniques to get better.  I’d suggest doing some classes to learn the technical basics of photography, and once you conquer that, you can really build a lot from there!