Anonymous inquired If you weren't doing that profession, what else would you like to do? Money isn't an issue either.

I’d go back to art school.

I miss the hell out of studying art in a professional environment with really talented and rad people. I don’t regret the choices I’ve made, but there will always be a part of me that wants to go back. I always wonder what I’d be doing now, and what my art would be like if I never dropped out and gave up on myself (and gave up myself for others) so easily. 

visceralintelligence inquired You probably have answered this in the past but what is your profession?

Eh no worries. I’m in the process of finishing up my degree in Nature and Humanity studies (with a self directed emphasis in sustainable relationships) So profession wise, I’m kind of just doing whatever nature orientated job I come across. I’ll probably be doing seasonal and limited term employment at random state/national parks for the rest of my life. 

Anonymous inquired You smoke weed?

Well that was blunt. I have a federal job working at a state park…so I couldn’t even if I wanted to. 

My friends and I have this tradition where we go camping every year…this year we’re making the trek to Colorado! Any of you folks on here have suggestions of non-touristy things to see and places to hike that would be doable in early May? Here’s a list of some things we like:

  • mountains
  • waterfalls
  • plants you can smoke
  • hot springs
  • pretty flowers 
  • rocks
  • aliens
  • sunsets

(Source: redwoodcollective)

Cold mirror. (by GauthierD)

Eerie Sunrise (by a galaxy far, far away…)

valleys of dreams (by Keitha Haycock [cocteau.triplet])

Angel of the Morning (by a galaxy far, far away…)

nathanielatakora:

Caleb cresting the peak

(Source: richardgaston)

(Source: richardgaston)

takemetomountains:

Estes Park | CO