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Photo of the Week (Taking Flight; Vol. 3)

“Wilderness is not a luxury but a necessity of the human spirit, and as vital to our lives as water and good bread” – Edward Abbey The Story Around forty five minutes before this photo, I took flight near a reflecting pond. There was a good amount of snow along the entire hike and its … Continue reading Photo of the Week (Taking Flight; Vol. 3)

Hiking & Stoicism

“We suffer more often in imagination than in reality” – Seneca For anyone who endures the pain of climbing mountains, I highly suggest reading any books from the Stoics. The Stoics were ancient Greek philosophers whom we can take a lot of value from. Whether it’s through the perseverance of our suffering, reaching the peak … Continue reading Hiking & Stoicism

Photo of the Week (Vol. 2)

“An intellectual says a simple thing in a hard way. An artist says a hard thing in a simple way” – Charles Bukowski The Story Driving down Tahawus Road on a late January morning, everything was packed with snow. Outside the window was something I never saw before…the sun was beating down on the snow … Continue reading Photo of the Week (Vol. 2)

Opinion: Hiking Sucks in Spring, Here’s Why

“Bad weather always looks worse through a window” – Tom Lehrer Whenever the weather starts to get warmer, everyone is stoked for summer. Although, my favorite season has to be winter. This is due to smaller crowds and more dramatic scenery. Spring is my least favorite of all seasons. I still get outside during the … Continue reading Opinion: Hiking Sucks in Spring, Here’s Why

Photo of the Week

“No artist tolerates reality” – Friedrich Nietzsche My friend, Adam had suggested that I should do this weekly for my blogs. I think it might be a good idea so I’ll be giving it a test run today. The photo of the week will most likely be mine unless stated otherwise. I’ll breakdown a short … Continue reading Photo of the Week