terra incognita

“The question then, is how to get lost. Never to get lost is not to live, not to know how to get lost brings you to destruction, and somewhere in the terra incognita in between lies a life full of discovery.” — Rebecca Solnit

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Finally, my Instagram Father’s Day shout out. A little throw back to some 90s fishing action on the Parrish ranch. Helped a middle school punk like that keep both feet on the ground :) love you, dad!!!

always my hero

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I don’t believe one’s zest for life, passion for adventure, and love of the world we live in happens on accident…and I blame this guy for mine :) 

Capturing some morning time lapse along the Kwando River. Enchanting.

“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes.” ~ Marcel Proust

Of course I get to film a research team tranquilizing and collaring a wild leopard. Isn’t that what everyone does in Africa?

What I’m saying is I think life is staggering and we’re just used to it. We all are like spoiled children no longer impressed with the gifts we’re given—it’s just another sunset, just another rainstorm moving in over the mountain, just another child being born, just another funeral….If I have a hope, it’s that God sat over the dark nothing and wrote you and me, specifically, into the story, and put us in with the sunset and the rainstorm as though to say, Enjoy your place in my story. The beauty of it means you matter, and you can create within it even as I have created you.
— Donald Miller
When we recover the humanity of Jesus, it helps us find him in the messy parts of our own humanity, of humanity at large. We discover for ourselves the vast richness and beauty of his heart.
— Beautiful Outlaw, John Eldredge 

Love these guys!

So, is it weird that I have been to more than twice as many African counties as I have US states? 

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