November 14, 2014
Last year began a tradition where around my birthday, I head into the wilderness with close friends by my side to reset. The idea is to go back to basics, loose all of the noise that builds day to day, release all the things not worth carrying anymore, and to breath deep. So this year, we ventured to Yosemite National Park where beauty is vast. There's the landmarks of El Capitan, Half Dome, and ancient Redwoods, but also, the rolling valleys of infinite evergreens, the depth of the mountains and the glass surfaces of the streams. It's an epic existence that challenges to be captured. I'm not sure how Ansel Adams did it, but here's an attempt.