Someone reached out to me after seeing my story and recommended I crop this landscape photo with an aspect ration of 4:5 so Insta wouldn’t ruin the quality like it did with the full version and maybe only posting one image instead of the carousel...Fingers crossed this works!
If not, I give up and will just stick to portraits since insta seems to give preference to the quality of those.
It’s always something with this silly little app...Isn’t it?
Isn’t it funny how when you think you’ve seen the best Mother Nature has got, she shows up, laughs in your face and says, “let me show you what I’m truly capable of.”
Snow-kissed pine trees, mist, low clouds, falling snow and just the perfect amount of light made for one of the most beautiful and surreal scenes I’ve ever laid eyes on. To say it was absolutely breathtaking wouldn’t even begin to scratch the surface of what my eyes saw. I’m not like most people because I’m really not that into sunsets. I’m obsessed with clouds and the way the sun shines through the layers of them and kisses the edges as well as adverse weather conditions like rain and snowstorms.
To be honest, I was actually planning on doing a sunset hike yesterday until I looked at the weather forecast and saw the sun doesn’t set until after 8pm...Sleep is kind of important to me because I’m basically a grandma and asleep by that time and I hate driving in the dark *especially* on windy roads. I decided to leave much earlier than intended and when I reached the summit I couldn’t believe the layers of clouds and mist that enveloped the scene in front of me. It was absolutely mesmerizing and no sunset, in my opinion, could’ve topped it. - 22 hours ago