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.

Choreographing an Aerial Dance

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Creating a dance can be just as powerful and impactful as creating poetry. Just think for a moment about The Nutcracker or Swan Lake, both of which had a lasting effect on history. Think also of dances that inspired you personally, whether seen in person or on screen.

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 …