Big Bear Camping Trip

Following are some of the photos from my Big Bear Camping trip this summer. I am looking forward to my Joshua Tree Camping trip at the end of this month!!


Hiking at El Moro Canyon Trail

In the US, very few states can boast of a calm and pleasant winter season like California does. The past few weeks have been especially fair with the occasional showers which have hopefully ameliorated the drought.

On January 25th, 2015, my boyfriend, his sister and I went hiking on a 7 mile trail in Crystal Cove State Park, CA. These are a few pictures that we managed to capture from the day. I love how the camera was able to capture the rain clouds that had started to gather by the end of the day. We were in luck to have hiked that day because they definitely brought down a good amount of rain the next day.

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Climbing higher than ever. The woman of today

On Labor’s day, I went to Corona Del Mar, Orange County to capture photos of  my friend rock climbing/ bouldering on the beach of the OC coast. Needless to say, it was an exhilirating experience.

On the way back from the trip, she explained why she loved rock climbing: the same reason both of us loved rock climbing and biking respectively. It’s a new experience every time we venture out. We make our own plans and each journey to the destination is different. There’s never a moment of monotony like working out in the gym can bring about or any other static environment can bring about.

As much as rock climbing doesn’t look like a woman’s activity, you might be surprised to know that women have the advantage of being able to shift their weight around their hips which gives them an edge over their male counterparts who have heavier and bulkier shoulders. I guess the sense of elegance, strength and perseverence rock climbing gave her made it all the more interesting.

I am definitely going rock climbing soon! Ah, this life and it’s vast pool of beauty and strength!