The @rocknsoulsummit Summit Festival is coming May 24-27, 2019 Memorial Day Weekend!! Only 333 tickets available. We've teamed up with some beautiful partners; @musichouse_collective , @trilogysanctuary and @harrisonserenityranch to bring you a MULTI-CULTURAL, MULTI-DIMENSIONAL & MULTI-GENERATIONAL Music and Spiritual Yoga Festival up on Palomar Mountain, California. Tickets available at rocknsoulsummit.com — Kids 10 years and under get in for free!! Media/Promo provided by NeoMatter Creative Inc.
Throwback to Palomar mountain with Mike. We first met in person on this trip last summer. He said he was taking a photo but kind of tricked me. During this trip I still had some problems with leg pain but it was a huge improvement from not being able to do anything only a few days prior. This trip was one of the happiest moments of my life. We travelled quite a bit from San Diego, to Vegas, up through the Sierra Mountains, to the Redwoods and allll the way down the PCH back to San Diego. I remember how overwhelming everything felt and how happy I was to be able to see so many new places. I've had a few lows since my UC and joint problems but I always alwaaaays experience wonderful moments as well. I appreciate the good and sometimes I think that no matter how bad things can get, it's taught me a lot. Please don't forget to value the little things. Love hard, keep learning. Never forget about the good days.❤️ #mountains#palomarmountain#chronicillness#roadtrip#throwback#memories#longdistancerelationship#california
As I sit here self diagnosing my symptoms (pretty sure its laryngitis lol 🤷♀️) I’m reflecting on yesterday and man do I sure feel blessed! I am so thankful for the time I got to spend with my family. They all willingly went on the hike I begged them to go on lol, and it was such a joy to be out in God’s creation with the wonderful family He’s given me. Despite being sick today, I’d say being 34 isn’t that bad 😉 #palomarmountain#doanetrail#weirtrail#familytime#familyhike#brithdayweekend#makingmemories
Perfect representation of how we feel about going to Disneyland for the next couple days!
We’re super excited to take a little break from shoots and have some time to ourselves!
Plus we seriously love Disneyland during October because it’s decorated for Halloween and they bring out all the villain characters! ☠️😈
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Always love a good eco-friendly aisle send off 🙌🏼 Finally finished and sent-off this perfect day in the mountains with my favorite hippy surfer babes 🖤 Cannot waaait to share them with you guys too!
A few of my favorite SoCal oaks. Yep, on top of everything else I'm also down here exploring the oak woodlands while photographing and collecting acorns :) Pictured in the frame on the left (from left to right): Quercus wislizeni (interior live oak), Quercus X morehus (oracle oak), and Quercus kelloggii (CA black oak). Oracle oak is a relatively common oak hybrid (Q. wislizeni X Q. kelloggii) which exhibits transitional morphological traits of both parent species [which are clearly evident when looking at the nuts, cupules (acorn caps), and leaves pictured here]. All three taxa are in the Section Lobatae. Pictured in the upper right frame: Quercus palmeri (Palmer oak) Section Protobalanus. Note the cupule differential...and keep in mind that it can be much more extreme than this. The leaves on this species are NO JOKE and can do some serious damage to tender human flesh. Meaning: they are very rigid and sharp...more so than any other native CA oak species. From my experience they also have the thickest shells and take a fair amount of effort to crack. Pictured in the lower right frame: Quercus engelmannii (Engelmann oak) Section Quercus. This rare SoCal/Baja, MX endemic has a 4.2 CNPS (California Native Plant Society) ranking...which translates to: 4 - Limited distribution (Watch List) 2 - Fairly endangered in California. Its global ranking is listed as G3, which translates to: 21-80 occurrences or 3,000-10,000 individuals or 10,000-50,000 acres. Like many rare plants in SoCal it used to be much more common before there were freakin' 24,000,000 people living here! If you'd like to learn more about this fascinating topic, consider registering for my LAST oak/acorn workshop of the 2018 season coming up on November 24-25 at my teaching center in Mendocino County, CA. Click on our bio link below for more details. San Diego County, CA. November 2, 2018. -Tellur Fenner