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  1. On 11th of December 2016, I went mountain bike riding with my uncle, aunty and brother. We drove up to a place called the You Yangs and rode out bikes on the tracks. It was tiring to ride such a long distance. We got up to this rock where we got to ride on to it then fall back down back to the path. I had a try going up the Rock and it was great. We got to got over humps and get some extreme air. Well for my uncle that is. We got up to this hill that was very high and had 3 humps to get over. It looked difficult. So I gave it a try. I started riding my mountain bike as fast as I felt comfortable with and changed my gears to a higher level. I got to the climax of the humps and got some extreme air. I accidentally swerved to the side and tried to keep balance while putting on the brakes, but the brakes were not on my side, the brakes made the back wheel spin to the side and I fell of scraping my right knee minorly and near my left elbow minorly but the elbow was worse. I had to ride all the way back to the car and go home. My aunty went to go buy some patches and antiseptic cream for my arm and we got it patched up. So far my left elbow has gone through its stages where it bleeds then turns watery then scabs up. So far it is going well on its way to recovery. As of my right leg it is totally fine.
  2. My OC Nescau Zwart, under a tree, looking at the beautiful sunset with her black mamba pet, Halál. Just testing my skill of painting backgrounds, nothing much actually.
  3. "Another day, another dungeon!" –Daring Do. I have had a lifetime passion for the outdoors, hiking, and the mountains. That led me to create the "Pony Northwest: Ponies Around the World" video (a.k.a. 'Massive 2-year Pony Hiking Project,' as called by EQD). Later on, I organized the online brony hikers community, Everfree Hikers. Combining my love for My Little Pony and hiking can be tricky (being seemingly unrelated subjects), but I found that bringing and taking photos of the ponies along on my hikes helps to connect them together nicely. Map of all my hikes in my lifetime. 2015: Purple 2014: Green 2013: Gold 2012: Red 2011: Blue Pre-2011: Pink Here are just a couple of the photos I've taken on my hikes and travels. I have hiked in Washington, Oregon, British Columbia, Alberta, California, and, (soon to be this summer), Idaho. I can't wait to get back from college to go hiking! Garibaldi Lake; Garibaldi Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada. Three Sisters from McKenzie Pass; Willamette National Forest, Oregon. Bird Creek Meadows; Mount Adams Recreation Area, Washington. Mountain Goats on Burroughs Mountain; Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. North Sister from South Mattieu Lake; Three Sisters Wilderness, Oregon. Purple Trillium on Little Huckleberry Mountain; Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington. Mount Adams from Sunrise Shortcut Trail; Dark Divide Roadless Area, Washington. (Read about the current threats to the Dark Divide here.) The Adams Glacier tumbles off of Mount Adams' northwest face; High Camp, Mount Adams Wilderness, Washington. The Painted Hills; John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Oregon. Dry Creek Road; Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington. Between the summers of 2014 and mid-July of 2015, I created a little video featuring nearly all of the places I've brought the ponies along. This summer I hope to film a timelapse video featuring the ponies in beautiful landscapes for EQD's annual Ponies Around the World event. I love sharing these adventures with people, especially helping others find new and exciting adventures. I love helping by providing recommendations for good hikes–especially those around Mount Adams, the Gifford Pinchot National Forest, and the greater Washington state area. Mount Adams Reflection from Takhlakh Lake; Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington. Daring Do at Moraine Lake; Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada. The Mighty Robson Glacier; Mount Robson Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada. Newberry Caldera, Paulina Lake, and East Lake from Paulina Peak; Newberry National Volcanic Monument, Oregon. Emperor Falls along the Berg Lake Trail in the Canadian Rockies; Mount Robson Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada. Mount Robson from the Berg Lake Trail in the Canadian Rockies; Mount Robson Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada. Mount Jefferson from Triangulation Peak; Willamette National Forest, Oregon. The Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument, Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington. Mount Adams, Mount Adams Recreation Area, Washington. Hellroaring Overlook and Mount Adams; Mount Adams Recreation Area, Washington. Columbine on Little Huckleberry Mountain Trail; Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington. Iceberg Lake and the Mazama Glacier on Mount Adams; Mount Adams Recreation Area, Washington. Cascade Pass; North Cascades National Park, Washington. Mount Adams from Muddy Meadows; Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington. Lower Falls of the Lewis River; Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington. Paulina Lake from Paulina Peak; Newberry National Volcanic Monument, Oregon. Tatoosh Range from Panorama Point; Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. Mount Adams from the Goat Rocks; Goat Rocks Wilderness, Washington. Mount Adams from the Highline Trail; Mount Adams Wilderness, Washington. Crater Lake National Park, Oregon. And finally the prettiest element of nature, Fluttershy. Art by Alasou.
  4. In mid-August, we hiked the Bird Creek Meadows Loop from Bird Lake, with a small side-trip to Hellroaring Overlook. This was our second visit to the incredibly beautiful Mount Adams Recreation Area. On our last visit, we hiked up to Iceberg Lake via the Bird Creek Meadows Trailhead, along the way passing Hellroaring Overlook and 30+ mountain goats. See that trip report here. It was incredibly beautiful! We got to hike the loop in mid-August of 2015, just before the Cougar Creek Fire swept through the area this past summer. Much of Bird Creek Meadows was spared from the fire, but everything below Bluff Lake, including Bird Lake, was consumed by the fire. We hiked the loop clockwise, starting on the Bird Lake Trail and ending on the Bluff Lake Trail. Opening Photo: Small mountainside stream at Bird Creek Meadows Here is a video/short film I put together of this area, filmed during this hike and the previous hike up to Iceberg Lake in 2014. osHWIRWwXWc Summary Distance: 5.67 mi Elevation SRTM Elevation Gain: 1149.88 ft Elevation Loss: 1149.88 ft Min Elevation: 5597.11 ft Max Elevation: 6502.62 ft ------Maps------ Here is the topo map found on the Oregon Hikers Field Guide. Read the PH/OH hiking guide here ------Trip Report------ We started at the trailhead at Bird Lake Campground. This is Bird Lake before the fire. The Trailhead: Bird Lake Trail Crossing Crooked Creek: Crossing Crooked Creek again: Crooked Creek Falls! This falls is around 50' tall, I believe. It is a gorgeous waterfall; one of my favorites on Mount Adams. Wildflowers along a mountain stream: Soon after the falls, we reached the junction with the Round the Mountain Trail: Small staircase waterfall along the Round the Mountain Trail: That dramatic lighting! I love hiking under this kind of sky. Wildflowers, oh my! We passed a small pond along the Round the Mountain Trail We then took Trail #67 to the Hellroaring Canyon Overlook: Upon nearing the overlook, we came upon a nice patch of flowers in full bloom alongside a little stream: Soon Mount Adams and the massive Hellroaring Canyon unfolded before us. Mount Adams remained mostly hidden, but the dramatic clouds and epic canyon vista made up it. The ridge on the far right is the Ridge of Wonders, and the large waterfall at center is unofficially called Hellroaring Basin Falls Little Mount Adams prominently marks the southeastern end of the Ridge of Wonders This is what the Hellroaring Overlook looks like on a clear, sunny day: Photo taken in 2014 After Hellroaring Overlook, it was getting too dark for regular photos. GPSfly Track: http://gpsfly.org/g/5629 If you are a hiker (novice or experienced) or are interested in joining a brony hiking community, consider joining the group, Everfree Hikers. We have 126 members and counting! We welcome everyone of all levels of experience. While the group is focused on hiking, we also embrace mountain biking, climbing, rafting, birding, winter sports, and camping activities! We challenge everyone to be like Daring Do and go live your own adventure! #FindYourPark #WeAreTheWild #PoniesAroundTheWorld
  5. Imagine the everyday view from these cabins
  6. So google recently had a contest for people to do a google drawing fitting the theme what makes me...me and this is my entry. http://vendimeyers.deviantart.com/art/Doodle-for-Google-576806330 Voting will be in february, so you should all vote for me.
  7. "There is a story here about how a few students went on a winter trip to climb the Ortorten mountain. They had to stop 7 days in on Dyatlov Pass due to a bad storm. Three weeks later, when they did not return, people sent for help to find them. They found a tent buried in snow and cut open from the inside, and two people in there underwear a little ways away. One had a fractured skull but no signs of struggle and the other had no injuries, both were dead. They also had cuts on there arms and legs and near a tree with broken limbs and damaged bark, suggesting they tried to frantically climb the tree. They found the rest about a 100 meters away from the fireplace, and all with internal injuries like a car crash, but no brusing or any other damage. All dead." Wow what losers cant even climb a mountain how can you make family proud if you are killed by Ural spirits.
  8. So... This isn't exactly what I imagined. The armor was supposed to be a bit more realistic, and the character contrast doesn't fit a lot with the background... But it could've been worse. So, here it is: What do you guys think? Any feedback?
  9. last time i drawn a paramedic pony right? well this is the time for my friend Twisted Shadow's oc, he is a Mountain rescue squad memeber in germany!
  10. just a little thing i did for my friend Twisted Shadow.. he is more than a friend to me.. i consider him as a brother.. we have the same passions.. so why not? he is mountain resquer (MRS), i am a red cross voluntieer, he is german, i am italian.. and this are our "ponified" versions XD the suits tries to be equal to our irl
  11. Alright, I absolutely LOVE Low-Poly artwork. So I went and learned how to create it myself, and here is what I came up with. A low-polygon mountain scene, that was created in Cinema 4D. The resolution of this image is 1920x1080px so you can use it as a background.
  12. Linux has a thread, so the best OS should have one too! Got any cool tricks for OS X? Are you getting 10.8 when it comes out? Anything else you want to discuss? Confused, or wanting to switch and have questions? Post them here! Mac hardware counts too, since (legally) OS X can only be run on the Mac lineup.