circa_1983 See if you can spot the ice climbers 17h

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circa_1983 If you don't choose your parents. If you don't choose your genes. Your country of birth and the language(s) they speak. The public schools you attended. The planet your life originated on. The galaxy we're orbiting. The universe you sprung into... If all this we didn't choose, then where does our free will exist? 1d
  •   gurungp_ @circa_1983 Agreed, we are bound by countless laws and limitations but how you interact within that system is your choice. I like to compare life to a game of futbol (aka. Soccer). The time is set and the goal is set but how you achieve that differs so much with each team. The game can be beautiful and creative or boring and monotonous. It's your choice on how you play it. 14h
  •   patch68 @circa_1983 yes ... We.. Nobody is here without their permission 13h
  •   viamariam It's not so much the starting point that matters in free active life as the expanse of the world shared that we are free to discover and change. How deep your exploration goes is how much closer you get to the endless, which truly knows no circumstantial bounds. Mystery of the origins is part of our life cycle here on earth but if you so choose to focus your curiosity, you may very really remember that you are an energy aware of itself, thus transcend even the mystery of birth and see that you are indeed as big and free as you can imagine and believe to be. If you're stuck on birth and death and limits, don't be. There's a trillion choices you're in control of, and a trillion choices you have magical elves for, too :) 11h
  •   bradfol Wow 9h
  •   viamariam Ps free will doesn't mean you get to know everything and do everything all on your own. That's where the beauty of it lies. Free will to be and create with an already existing palette of wonderful stuff like a planet, parents, language and starting point. The rest is open road and you can craft or borrow whatever tools you wish. Like this! 8h

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circa_1983 Maligne Cayon ... Loved my @filson1897 gear this winter... Mackinaw wool pants, Jac shirt, and photographer's backpack. 1d

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circa_1983 My dad and I exploring Maligne Canyon in Jasper, Alberta, this past February. 1d

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circa_1983 Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet ... it rains a lot here... often on angles, even sideways and upside down. The area holds the Canadian record for rainfall in 24 hours -- 489 mm (19.2 inches) fell just outside the village in 1967... As a side note, I'm really loving the camera on the #iphone6... I only wish the phone wouldn't keep slipping out of my hand... think that counts as a first world problem. 3d

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circa_1983 Far Coast Flow 7d

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circa_1983 Taking advantage of a day's break from the rainy weather yesterday and capturing some coastal light... One of my favourite combos: Nikon D810 w/ 70-200 f4. 1w
  •   pmb_fineart Awesome! 1w
  •   etna_11 1w
  •   palinaruvinova Wow 1w
  •   larsgrenphoto Beautiful :') I really enjoy the fact that you out something interesting in the picture instead of just capturing the beautiful landscape, Nicely Done! 1w
  •   claiirewiiles Tofino dream one day @kell0309 6d
  •   nate_fox I bet you've seen some amazing hidden surf spots up there 4d
  •   fudojahic Apreciate it even more. @nikonusa user my self. And this would be my next camera. Currently shooting 7100 but i need one of those full frames! You recomend 810? :) 17h

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circa_1983 The Island, Pacific Rim 1w

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circa_1983 Distant Islands, Pacific Rim ... Sony RX100 m3 1w

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circa_1983 Full moon sunset colours from a couple weeks ago. Pacific Rim National Park. 1w

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circa_1983 "We do not receive wisdom, we must discover it for ourselves, after a journey through the wilderness, which no one else can make for us, which no one else can spare us, for our wisdom is the point of view from which we come at last to regard the world." ~ Marcel Proust 1w

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circa_1983 Radar Beach, Pacific Rim National Park 2w

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circa_1983 Trans-Canada Highway, Northeast shore of Lake Superior. 2w

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circa_1983 Pink and blue, Pacific Rim National Park 2w

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circa_1983 😮 2w

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circa_1983 Another abandoned farm outside of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. 2w

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circa_1983 When you take the northern route from Winnipeg up through Edmonton across the Prairies the amount of abandoned farms is very noticeable. Much of this abandonment occurred during a collapse in wheat prices followed by the Great Depression in the mid to late 1930s. In 1936 alone, some 14,000 farms like this one outside of North Battleford, Saskatchewan, were abandoned. 2w

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circa_1983 There is a town in North Ontario
Dream comfort memory to spare
And in my mind I still need a place to go
All my changes were there

Blue, blue windows behind the stars
Yellow moon on the rise
Big birds flying across the sky
Throwing shadows on our eyes

Leave us

Helpless, helpless, helpless, helpless
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circa_1983 Northeast shore of Lake Superior. Many of the Group of Seven were inspired by this region, including Lawren Harris, A.Y. Jackson, and J.E.H. MacDonald. It definitely has a unique place in the hearts and minds of Canadians. 2w

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circa_1983 The 8 hour drive from Sault Ste. Marie to Thunder Bay along the northeastern shore of Lake Superior is one of the toughest stretches in Canada. Pressure and precipitation that comes off the largest freshwater lake in the world creates wicked winter storms that entomb the highway in a vortex of snow and ice... and then add moose and transport trucks. It's also, however, breathtakingly beautiful and Canadian. 2w

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