Had a good hike with my dog today. Through persistence I have been losing weight and trying to get to where I want to be as a person. Never give up. Always.
Clouds hanging out over the foothills this morning.
My dog, Beaux, and I went on the Boise River for the first time today! It was so much fun!
Good to be alive right about now.
Wait up! I have to sniff these!
What kind of flowers are these? Taken in Boise, Idaho.
Saw this in Eagle on State Street and just had to laugh.
Sunset in Boise 28 July 2017
Still PreT, but I think I have finally found and asked on a haircut that I like. This was my first selfie in months because I finally felt strong enough to put the camera toward me rather than just staying behind the camera.
My dog, Beaux, and I decided to go down the Boise River today. It was such a blast getting out and meeting open-minded people. Besides, it's national dog day!
Because apparently this is the proper way to stare at the ducks... [Kathryn Albertson Park - 20171016]
Sometimes the foreground is more interesting.
[TTM] Peaceful evening at the Julia Davis Rose Garden. X-Post from r/Boise
I'm a little late to the game (just joined this sub today). Thought I would add in a few things.
Just a man and his dog (who refused to cooperate for the photo and suck put his tongue).
The highlight of my day is getting to see my little man Beaux having a blast swimming around in the Boise River. A couple days ago some of you asked me to share more pictures of him when I posted a selfie, so here you are. Your nice words have motivated me to keep going. Taken 19 Aug 2017.
Free your mind. Parking garage downtown.
Found a decent spot for pictures the tourists don't know about. Peace and quiet while overlooking downtown.
Boise River Sculpture [20171014 | Canon EOS Rebel T3]
My hoomans made me climb all the way up this motherf***ing mountain pillar. 3,629 feet up they said. It would be fun, they said. XPost from /r/aww
Life has been trying its best to knock me to my knees lately. When that happens I tend to hide behind the camera and take photos of things that I enjoy. I am struggling with a recent diagnosis. Took a break from taking pictures of Beaux at the river today to take this of us. He's my life.
[TTM] So often we become so focused on the finish line that we fail to enjoy the journey. -Dieter F. Uchtdorf (crosspost r/boise)
Well, had another go at getting my hands used to drawing again. I picked a dogs second best friend. Graphite. 10.x12
8 Aug 2017 - Idaho State Veteran's Cemetery [Canon EOS Rebel XTi]
[OC] Alleyway behind KeyBank on N Capitol Blvd right after the rain. Taken 20 September 2017
Took it in for routine maintenance and they washed my dirty car. Thought I would take advantage and get pictures while it lasted. Lol. Excuse me while I go feed my Subaru addiction.
[OC] Tried out a new technique right after the rain stopped today. Never thought I would enjoy a picture of dumpsters in an alley.
All I did was crop this. Newer to photo editing here. I feel like some of the colours are oversaturated, but I am not sure? Should I try to desaturate some? ISO: 400 Aperture: F/3.5 Exposure: 1/20
Found these in Boise, ID along a trail.
7 Aug 2017 - Looking down on Boise, Idaho. First time doing a low light shot. Canon EOS Rebel XTi
Well, everybody knows that the bird is a word.
Mom always said if you make faces they'll freeze that way. Guess she was right.
Quality headline may hint to a much bigger problem than obesity...
[homemade] Banana bread with some yogurt mixed in and a nice cuppa to drink with it.