trevor nation

A blond-haired, blue-eyed actor named Chris is playing an American named Steve, who’s fighting in a world war. Along the way, he meets a scary foreign brunette woman and takes an unlikely band of friends of different nationalities through an event, and goes up against a couple of Germans, one large and deranged, one smaller and a scientist. Steve, at some point, hijacks a plane and destroys it (and a weapon) for the greater good. Someone is looking back at it from the future, and will eventually team up with a millionaire with daddy issues and cool toys. There’s also a shield involved.

Am I talking about Captain America: The First Avenger, or Wonder Woman?


“We often forget that WE ARE NATURE. Nature is not something separate from us. So when we say that we have lost our connection to nature, we’ve lost our connection to ourselves.” -Andy Goldsworthy

I’m a true believer that nature is meant to be experienced firsthand. Trees are meant to be touched and climbed, meadows laid in, rivers swam in, mountains scaled… so go get off the trail, stand on cliff edges, get rained on, wander in woods and find yourself.

*To see captions and type of film used, click on image.*


1952 Ford custom by bballchico
Via Flickr:
goodguys puyallup


Quiet Yosemite moments captured on film.

Quiet moments like these are my therapy.  They calm me.

** click on image to see caption and type of film used.

In response to #nationalsuperheroday I offer this alternative…

On the 29th of April tweet about your favourite villain. They may be Marvel, DC or any other fandom.

Show the world why you love your favourite villain!

Simply tweet about your favourite villain with hashtag #nationalsupervillainday and we will show the world why we deserve love too!


“Solitude matters, and for some people, it’s the air they breathe”   - Susan Cain

Quiet Sierra Nevada winter moments captured on film with a Pentax 67.  Click on the image to see what film was used for each of these photos. 

All photo’s developed and scanned by!


Beauty isn’t meant to be merely seen, it’s meant to be experienced.  

*Click on images to see caption and film type*