Meet Bruno. We found this incredible pup a month ago to the day in an abandoned, torn apart motel. I was originally frightened he had to much fear in his eyes that he would attack me. But after seeing how badly he needed help, I decided to not give up on him. It took me an hour and a half to get him comfortable enough for my to touch him. For the next 15-20 minutes we didn't break eye contact. I could for the first time with an animal, feel exactly what he was feeling. I was going to bring him home and take care of him. Show him the love he deserves. I have never met such a character. I mean this dog was such a personality it's ridiculous, he immediately became very attached to me and I couldn't leave his side without him howling out for me and every time I came back to him he would jump all over me and lick me as much as he possibly could and would not pay attention to anything else. I was around this guy nearly 24/7 for this full month and gave up everything to take care of him because I knew he was so much more important than anything else I'd like to be doing. He's taught me so much. Within the first few days he brought me to tears thinking about the connection I have with this dog and how much it means to me as I've never had that experience with a dog. He made me feel worth so much and I hope I made him as happy as he made me. I would say "Sadly I wasn't able to keep him" but I'm not sad about it in the slightest bit. I'm filled with nothing but extreme joy to think about the experiences and adventures we had together and knowing we found him an incredible home. I got to go on long hikes with him, take him to the coast, the redwoods, the lake and waterfalls and I hope he cherishes those moment spent running around, looking like absolute dorks, just as much as I do... a mans Bestfriend 💛😌
First time climb ever and I almost gave up after the first trail. But what the heck, I'm already there. Better finish it until the end, right? When we reached the top and saw this, I'm glad I didn't stop. It was worth the climb, even if I was cursing all the way to the top.
“If I can make songs that are honest and vulnerable - that are real - that’ll hit everybody. I mean, everybody’s affected by the same core emotions, right? We all kind of feel the same feelings. Is it just some kind of generic pop song, or is it something that really grabs you and moves you emotionally and makes you feel something? That’s the pinnacle of music right there, is to make something that moves people and that’s what I [want to] do for the rest of my life.” — Reed Deming in our August issue. Read more of our interview with Reed on our site. Link in bio! | 📸: @camiliberty
I heard there was some quarrel?
In frame @emeraldcityavenger
Attended a @drinkandclick event yesterday near Seattle with @fujifilm_northamerica @lumixusa @olympuscamera and got to photograph @official_spiderman and @thecaptainamerica! Kind of wish @tomholland2013 and Chris Evans could have joined 😕