A compilation of clips from my summer in Alaska.
The withdrawal struggle is real…

bump-an-grind:
What it might look like if Earth was destroyed by a black hole.

bump-an-grind:

What it might look like if Earth was destroyed by a black hole.

(Source: zerostatereflex)

Happy 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act<http://www.wilderness50th.org>

Happy 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act
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(Source: onceuponawildflower)

https://www.flickr.com/photos/jane-wong/ ↘

Finally added photos and got my flickr account going, so check it out!

But since I&#8217;m back&#8230;There&#8217;s no lie. I think I like birds. Spent a weekend in Boulder Creek and Santa Cruz with my family. Saw the stars for the first time since the middle of May! And boy do I miss the smell of the almighty redwoods. I left to take a walk to sit at the gazebo with my cup full of tea to escape all the loud talking and clamor one morning, and I obviously got distracted by birds. Followed what I later identified as a pair of morning doves, found a family of California quails, spied a little brown creeper, found the jackpot of jays, and had a chestnut-backed chickadee looking for me. I&#8217;m still getting used to my Californian birds, which is way more than the Alaskan ones. 
Long story short, here are some California quails for you.

But since I’m back…
There’s no lie. I think I like birds. Spent a weekend in Boulder Creek and Santa Cruz with my family. Saw the stars for the first time since the middle of May! And boy do I miss the smell of the almighty redwoods. I left to take a walk to sit at the gazebo with my cup full of tea to escape all the loud talking and clamor one morning, and I obviously got distracted by birds. Followed what I later identified as a pair of morning doves, found a family of California quails, spied a little brown creeper, found the jackpot of jays, and had a chestnut-backed chickadee looking for me. I’m still getting used to my Californian birds, which is way more than the Alaskan ones. 

Long story short, here are some California quails for you.

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