Photo @ladzinski / If walking a #highline across Jackson Hole's infamous #CorbetsCouloir wasn't enough, @alexmason decided to do it during the moment of #totality. During the 100 seconds of the #totalEclipse it became so dark that you could faintly see stars, meaning that Alex was walking the line more by feel then by sight! Photographing it was a real challenge for me, I wanted the picture to tell the story by giving a sense of place and exposure to what Alex was doing. The ambient light changes remarkably fast during the eclipse and I was making a lot of decisions on the fly. To read more about how I made the photo please see the write up at National Geographic:
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This goes way beyond sexy. Swipe to see 3 (genius) new bras that smooth sides in an instant (+ a deal on panties to match).
Please know that yesterday changed my life............ The Eclipse happened during the exact time of my surgery I woke up feeling humbled, blessed and grateful - recharged, reinvigorated, refreshed and like I stepped into a new life......... Dream will remain just dreams IF you don't make your move........
so many bralettes. so little time (shop link in bio)
my sun, and my daughter ;)
I do a drive by thru my kitchen where I notice our family chef, Chef Evelyn preparing my baked sweet potato fries.
I respectfully take over for a hot minute adding just the perfect amount of cinnamon and liquid stevia extract so everyone will love them. Only problem is, I will destroy the sweet potato masterpiece as soon as they come out of the oven, before anyone else has a chance to taste greatness, so only daddy's tum tum gets that sweet yum yum.
Aaaaand that sounds really creepy.
Carry on chef. 🤙🏾
Video of the Day: Where did you watch the #eclipse? Drop into #totality with #GoProFamily member @chrisfarro + read below for the breakdown.
"When life gives an opportunity like this, it's worth moving mountains to make it happen. With a 48hr notice from @iflyheli, I booked a red-eye flight across the Pacific Ocean, straight onto his helicopter at 12,500 feet to witness and skydive below nature's most phenomenal spectacle. Thank you, @abekislevitz and @margaretkindred for capturing the moment. I was so overtaken by the awe of what was happening around us that I almost forgot I was standing on the side of a helicopter. It's hard to explain in words and pictures what it was truly like, but skydive or not, it was an experience that I will never forget." - @chrisfarro
: @abekislevitz + @margaretkindred : @iflyheli