view from the peak

anonymous asked:

Could you have predicted 1yr ago at vegfest that freelees channel would be more dead than getupsetgirls?

I knew if we broke up then she would rapidly decline in fitness and social media status. Freelee needs constant coaching otherwise she loses direction and drive. 

You can see that in her youtube channel how it has gone from 16 million views a month at its peak this time last year when I was on her back every day to upload to just 2.3million views in the last 30 days now she uploads nonsense, sporadically AND she cut herself out of the SEO charts by changing her established channel name.

She would rather commit social media and career suicide than publicly show that my template was what got her to where she is today. 

Im glad we split up as I have more freedom now, I just wish she was mature enough to stay friends with her ex’s than go on a rampage as soon as she saw them moving on despite her lying to my face for over a year about her intentions with Robin and about doing botox.

I forgive her and just want to put it behind us and get back to building up the community again. 

Moonset Viewed From the International Space Station : Expedition 47 Flight Engineer Tim Peake of ESA took this striking photograph of the moon from his vantage point aboard the International Space Station on March 28, 2016. Peake shared the image on March 30 and wrote to his social media followers, I was looking for #Antarctica hard to spot from our orbit. Settled for a moonset instead.


Top of the Empire State Building barely peaks out from above the cloud deck, viewed from the Observation Deck of One World Trade Center. This view is basically “the island of Manhattan” during a day where the clouds are low.


Paradise Lost, Paradise Found

You don’t always need a fancy camera to get a good shot. Sometimes the adventure speaks enough for itself.

By far the most featured photographic spot in the Coron Islands, this is the view from our climb to a Peak before descending to Kayangan Lake, or the “Blue Lagoon”

Jenea Medina Photography

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Panoramic view from Strawberry Peak, San Gabriel Mountains north of Los Angeles, California. These mountains have popped up out of the ocean rapidly - uplifted in only a few million years by motion on the nearby San Andreas Fault. In 2009 this area was almost totally burned by the Station Fire, so this is about the current state of recovery.


View from a hill. The two peaks on the left are Owl’s Head and Hemlock Heights. The little bump right of center in the right photo is North Lookout at Hawk Mountain.