Adventure

Natalie & Siberian Huskies // Shaddox Hollow, AR

I spent the afternoon a few weeks ago with Natalie and her beautiful Siberian Huskies, Max & Delilah. We had a great time walking along the edge of Beaver Lake as well as catching the last few rays of sun from Shaddox Hollow.

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Sunrise Yoga // Lifestyle // Devil's Den State Park, AR

Last week we photographed a sunrise yoga class at Yellow Rock Overlook in Devil's Den State Park. The class was sponsored by Fayettechill and Soul Yoga Lounge. The class was taught by Alexandira Mero. Daniel from Pelikan Films also came along and captured all the action in cinematic form. Can't wait to see what he comes away with! Here's how it all went down... Everyone arrived at Fayettechill's Basecamp in downtown Fayetteville, AR at 5am. We caravanned to Devil Den's State Park and hiked the 1.5 mile Yellow Rock Trail in the dark. Once everyone arrived at the Yellow Rock Overlook, Alexandria expertly led the class. I believe most of the students are taking Hot Yoga. Hot Yoga is done in around 105°. On this particular day it was only 28°. Keeping that in mind and that the class took part on uneven rock on the edge of a cliff, it was a challenge even for the most advanced students.

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Winter Camping // Lifestyle // Ouachita Mountains, AR

A couple good friends and I wanted to go on a winter adventure. Our sights were set for the Ouachita Mountains. We drove through the forest dirt roads for a good hour trying to get ourselves lost. Once we could go no further by car, due to a fallen tree, we packed up our gear and set up to the top of the peak by foot. This was a much needed retreat.

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