Sea, Sail, and Silk

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Why fly back from Guatemala when we could sail? Why not make an adventure out of getting back to the US?

Dancing on the Wind

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Many artists and adventurers have had to brave the storms to see their dreams fulfilled. My dream was dancing on the wind.

Lyra on the Rocks

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…Or from the rocks, more accurately. Got to team up with Natalie Keller again for an aerial shoot in Colorado Springs!

King Solomon Falls

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I never get tired of waterfalls. Each one I encounter is a different shape, with unique swirls, tumbles, and mists of its own. They all have their own lovely song and dance.

Whispering Leaves

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There are few sights that give me a feeling of home like a grove of aspens does. The friendly round leaves, paper-white bark, and characteristic black knots endear the aspens to me.

Imperfection on Hurrah Pass

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We love to find places that are incredibly scenic and a bit off the beaten path. Driving for miles on a rough 4×4 trail or putting those miles on my soles is often required to get there. It’s always worth it. Hurrah Pass is a trail that crosses and follows a creek, winds up a curvy 4×4 road, passing stacks …

The Golden Cathedral

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Sunlight hits one canyon wall, illuminating the cathedral with a golden glow. I can see the reflection of gilded walls and flowing silk in the pool below me. Sounds like a dream, right? The only problem is getting there. In order to drop through the ceiling of the justifiably famous Golden Cathedral, you need to drive 26 miles down dirt …

Dancing in a Winter Wonderland

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Colorado winter. We were planning on missing it this year, but that didn’t work out according to plan. That’s ok, because our home state is always beautiful, and we know how to make the most of it.

Coffee and Dedication – Guatemala

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We watched hands clearing weeds from the ashy soil, fire ants crawling over the weathered skin. This is one of the vital chores for a coffee farmer, who fights the constant soil erosion and weed invasion that threaten his precious plants.

On Top of the World

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Have you ever been on top of a precipice where you could see for miles? There’s one near Moab, Utah that is aptly named “Top of the World.”