I think one of the dopest things about exploring and photography is the sense of accomplishment. theres a creative process behind the two from the very minute you lay eyes on a spot that you feel would be a killer shot. next you figure out a way to get there and usually, that is all the fun. theres no map, no instructions, no tour guide. just you and a bunch of huge rocks, figure it out. once you get to the spot, you stand there and just soak it in. the views is what does it for me. if there isn't a view to cherish at the end of all that hard work, then i probably wouldn't do it but the curiosity that there may be a view never fails, so when you find something like this, it feels damn good. i get to relive this moment, standing over yosemite valley from 3,000 feet above with this photo taken by potatounit.