Photo and caption by @petekmuller. Along the Mathioya river, the sound of rushing water makes the world beyond feel like tracing. Deep in Kenya's Muranga County, the river meanders between hills and sustains artisanal tea plantations, which in turn sustain the community. Foot paths span its banks, from which I cast my fly line with rainbow trout in mind. Owing to Muranga's high altitude, the days are both radiant and temperate at once, allowing for comfortable wading in pursuit of fish. In between assignments, I visit Muranga as often as I possible. It is, perhaps, the most serene and restorative place I know. Follow National Geographic photographer @petekmuller for observations and adventures from #Kenya and beyond. #Kenya#Africa#rivers#outdoors#nature#fishing
Not butch, not femme. @kaiagerber wears perforated, studded leather shoes and an overcoat patched with a drawing by Trina Robbins for #PradaSS18. #w4w
Shift into vacation mode with #GoPro Featured Photographers + #GoProFamily members Manu + Matheus from @blogwelove.
Photo 1: Never too old to be kids when you're at the beach, right? We almost lost our #GoPro after this wave hit us, but luckily we were using the Floaty Backdoor so it was easy to find and we got to keep this funny moment from a happy morning!
Photo 2: We don’t think we’ve ever seen water as blue as it was off the island of South Water Caye in Belize! After an amazing dive with a lot of rays and sharks, we took this pretty picture using Burst Mode on our #HERO5!
Photo 3: It looks like Thailand, but it’s Brazil! This incredible Blue Lagoon sits in a small town called Presidente Figueiredo Amazonia and we discovered this last August after some friends took us there! To capture this shot, we used the 3-Way Mount’s built in tripod to position our #HERO5 and triggered 10 second Time Lapse Mode so we could both be in the photo.
Photo 4: One of the most amazing experiences of our lives! We spent 6 days sleeping on a boat while sailing around the San Blas Islands of Panama! To setup this perspective, we use a rope to tie our #GoPro to the mast and set it shoot on 5 second Time Lapse Mode!
Photo 5: One who has friends, has everything! But one who has friends that dive together, has the luck of the world! So many funny and magical moments diving with our crew in Hawaii! For this shot, we used 5 second Time Lapse Mode.