We took a little adventure with our two little kids for a 2 week camping trip. Definitely challenging at times but worth the trouble and they had fun being in nature and lots of memories to take home and for them to see on the photos and video when they are older.
Photos taken in Alamama HIlls during our hikes on the Arch Loop Trail. We're on the Easter Sierra, looking to the western sky as the sun setting behind the clouds and the Sierra Range.
In the series are one color version of a different POV of the same sky and our happy little kids.
The excellent contrast made this a great B&W choice. Thanks for including the color version to remind me of the value of B&W. I've been wondering how your kids were doing. It is great to see that your daughter is as happy a person as your son. I believe that being well-loved is a major part of happiness.
I remember wonderful trips with my parents when I was young. My Dad loved National Parks. Although these trips were supposed to be to visit family, we had many detours; once Mammoth Caves,Kentucky on our way to visit grandparents in Wisconsin. HLJ x4, P
plimrn (2019/10/28 20:24:54): It seems to me that the two of you are doing thatW.Lim (2019/08/23 16:25:32): Thanks Pat,
I hope to give the kids as much of good memories of childhood and exposure them to the beauty of nature and the joy and educational aspect of traveling.
A fantastic sky. The b&w version is more dramatic. Nix kids, they look very happy! Tyler is growing fast.
W.Lim (2019/08/23 16:24:02): John,
Thanks for the fav. The sky is different everyday. We were in the area for 3 days, each day is all very different. Beautiful and rugged landscape with the highest mountain in the U.S Continent, Mount Whitney just around the corner.
Kids grown fast and happy. Thanks and wishing you good health and a happy weekend.
Nothing more amazing than a Western Sky with its space as far as we can see.
It's a brilliant b/w, Way. I reminds me of Sebastião Salgado ... I don't overdo. The beams look like they would contact us sending messages from our Sun. Not sure what the message contain but it looks a bit "end of the wordl" ... something like "there is no Planet B" - referring to the climate protests all over the world.
All images are wonderful. Your kids are always so cheerful and well-behaved. You do a fantastic job. Although it is a challenge to travel for a long time in the car with the little ones, it is still great to go and find such spots, spend the night in the tent etc.