At this point, it's hard for me to imagine waking up to any other view. I can't imagine going for a walk and not seeing these incredible slabs of rock in every direction. It's even hard for me to believe that I lived an entire year in Yellowknife where there isn't a single mountain to be seen. Of course there's beauty in all landscapes, but it seems the mountains are where I feel most at home. (That's probably because I grew up in a village surrounded by them.) There is just something so cozy about being surrounded. It's like I live in a big mountain-y bear hug.
All in all, even though it's "brown season" when everything is mucky and muddy, I'm pretty happy with my photos. The sky is blue and the mountains are as majestic as ever. You can't ask for much more than that.
Plus, my adventure was a great opportunity to just throw on some tunes and go for a leisurely drive. Sometimes that's all you need to clear your head and get yourself on track for another week.
Have you been on any photo adventures lately?