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10,000 feet high on this mountain we climbed
❤️❤️❤️ 1 year down & forever to go! Happy Anniversary to my husband and partner in crime. ❤️❤️❤️
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Top Shot: On the Way to Annapurna

Top Shot features the photo with the most votes from the previous day’s Daily Dozen. The Daily Dozen is 12 photos chosen by the Your Shot editors each day from thousands of recent uploads. Our community has the chance to vote for their favorite from the selection.

“When you climb above 4000m you start to feel the lack of oxygen, your brain is working slower. So when you take pictures you will not be thinking much about light, composition, or settings. I was just trying to get a picture of the porter and his heavy pack, I noticed the nice background after the image was taken.” Photograph by Vlad Ionescu

Take me on an #adventure 🌴

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In hiking, passion is power … Draw your strength, then, from this passion, which is also love: love for the mountains and nature that is the basis of environmentalism; love for inner peace, which is introspection that leads to wisdom; and love for your fellow mountaineers, that is, friendship. … To love something (or someone), you have to find many reasons for loving, for these reasons are like roots that run deep: intertwined, they will make you weather whatever storm comes your way.
—  Gideon Lasco, “A letter to a young mountaineer”

Get Outdoors & Explore #yourwilderness This Weekend

Wilderness is growing on us!  Over half of the acreage added to the Wilderness system since 1994 is under BLM’s stewardship.

Pictured here, the breathtaking Bruneau-Jarbidge Rivers Wilderness in Idaho, one of the BLM’s newest wilderness areas.  Photo by Bob Wick, BLM Wilderness Specialist for BLM’s National Conservation Lands