expressions-of-nature:

Glacier lake and snow-capped mountains by: Johan Elzenga

expressions-of-nature:

Glacier lake and snow-capped mountains by: Johan Elzenga

(via ourwildways)

trailflow:

Patagonian international marathon
(via 500px.com)

trailflow:

Patagonian international marathon

(via 500px.com)

(via climbingovermountains)

cabinporn:

Homestead near Ray, Minnesota in 1907.
Contributed by Sandra Skaar.

cabinporn:

Homestead near Ray, Minnesota in 1907.

Contributed by Sandra Skaar.

patagoniaclimbing:

150 Years of Yosemite
"Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and give strength to body and soul alike." —The Yosemite (1912), page 256, by John Muir
Read the entire book online at The Sierra Club
Photo: Ron Kauk / Sacred Rok

patagoniaclimbing:

150 Years of Yosemite

"Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and give strength to body and soul alike." —The Yosemite (1912), page 256, by John Muir

Read the entire book online at The Sierra Club

Photo: Ron Kauk / Sacred Rok

humansofnewyork:

"How’d you meet?""I volunteered to hand out water at an all female marathon."

humansofnewyork:

"How’d you meet?"
"I volunteered to hand out water at an all female marathon."

chrisbrinleejr:

My beard is getting ridiculous.

(via climbingovermountains)

crashinglybeautiful:

"When we are mired in the relative world, never lifting our gaze to the mystery, our life is stunted, incomplete; we are filled with yearning for that paradise that is lost when, as young children, we replace it with words and ideas and abstractions- such as merit, such as past, present, and future- our direct, spontaneous experience of the thing itself, in the beauty and precision of this present moment."  
–Peter Matthiessen (May 22, 1927 – April 5, 2014), a founding editor of The Paris Review, Zen priest, novelist, environmentalist, and two-time winner of the National Book Award. 
With thank to Five Branch Tree.

crashinglybeautiful:

"When we are mired in the relative world, never lifting our gaze to the mystery, our life is stunted, incomplete; we are filled with yearning for that paradise that is lost when, as young children, we replace it with words and ideas and abstractions- such as merit, such as past, present, and future- our direct, spontaneous experience of the thing itself, in the beauty and precision of this present moment."  

–Peter Matthiessen (May 22, 1927 – April 5, 2014), a founding editor of The Paris Review, Zen priest, novelist, environmentalist, and two-time winner of the National Book Award. 

With thank to Five Branch Tree.

(via fuckyeahyoga)

runkaherrun:

“You only ever grow as a human being if you’re outside your comfort zone.” -Percy Cerutty

runkaherrun:

“You only ever grow as a human being if you’re outside your comfort zone.” -Percy Cerutty

(via climbingovermountains)

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