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"I remember this night and all I had was pure solitude. I can't forget just staring at the night sky thinking how lucky I was to be in that place and in that moment, in front of Denali reflected on the lake right before me.
Shortly after, the Aurora Borealis did not disappoint and completed my night!
This was truly one of the best nights I had and for a second I didn't have to worry about anything. Then I remembered where I was - in the middle of nowhere and realized that any wildlife could appear, tear down my tent, and eat me while asleep."
-Daryll Vispo @daryllvispo
Tent - MSR Hubba Hubba
Camera - Canon 6D
A “star-selfie” that was meant to be at this campspot in Death Valley National Park.
Located in the Skagit Range in the lower mainland of British Columbia, Jones Lake (also known as Wahleach Lake) offers super-scenic camping at the start of the region’s efficient hydro-power source.
Camping out under the Aurora Borealis up in Denali will always be one of those “holy shi*t” moments we’re all looking for in the outdoors.