The first picture is where I watched the sun set last night and the second picture is where I had my morning coffee as the sun rose. If I’m being honest, I always dread a solo camping trip. Camping is more fun with friends, that’s a fact! But there is just something so restorative about being in the wild and out of cell service. Don’t underestimate the value of being alone every now and then.
September field work in Georgia, y’all. #greengreen
Celebrated @keatonlamle with a trip to @americanspiritwhiskey because, duh. (Swipe through to see the birthday king) #adultbirthday #ALXATL
Found this dude hanging out in my living room. I thought he might enjoy the backyard a little better...
Adding this to my growing list of secret oases...
“Adopt the pace of nature: Her secret is patience” . . -RWE
I like to look at things from every angle 😜 #roam247
Had a little me time at the refuge today. This is where I first fell in love with nature. It always feels like I’m visiting an old friend when I come out here ♥️
I spend most of my days in utter awe of the natural world around me. No matter where you are, I hope you will take the time to appreciate nature. Watch a bird for a couple of minutes, listen to the wind blow through the leaves. We’re getting further and further away from appreciating these moments and we lose so much when take nature for granted.
When I’ve got exciting travel on the horizon, I go back and look through some of my greatest hits...I’m not sure why I do that but it’s sort of becoming a ritual of mine ✈️♥️
This week I got to roll around the Jones Center in “Old Stinky”. As we toured the multiple research projects taking place on site, I wondered how many important conversations about science and conservation have taken place in this old, stinky van.
Long drives at dusk are my love language...