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Chip Phillips
Award-winning landscape photographer. Images, prints, one-on-one and group workshops, and instructional videos. instagram: chipphillipsphoto
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Chip Phillips Jun 21
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Chip Phillips Jun 16
Excited to try these campgrounds right in my backyard!
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Chip Phillips May 26
Terrifying. “Some climbers did not even know how to put on a pair of crampons, clip-on spikes that increase traction on ice, Sherpas said.”
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Chip Phillips May 28
While more people experiencing our National Parks is a good thing, we have to make sure that we don’t negatively impact these fragile ecosystems
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jack May 27
Replying to @trippypapa
more groundwater pumping would lower the aquifer levels and destroy many springs the aquifer is the sole source for Havasupai Falls and Havasu Creek that the Havasupai Tribe relies entirely on
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jack May 27
if any of my tweets ever go viral I hope it’s this one the GRAND CANYON is facing a big problem right now. there’s no national news coverage about this and some very rich people want to keep it that way
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Chip Phillips May 27
I’m having some trouble with my account—can I get a DM? Thanks
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Chip Phillips May 23
“You’re allowed to be passionate *and* want a fair wage.” Great article about remembering one’s worth as a creative
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Chip Phillips May 26
Terrifying. “Some climbers did not even know how to put on a pair of crampons, clip-on spikes that increase traction on ice, Sherpas said.”
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Chip Phillips May 25
How to stay safe around wild animals - National Geographic
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Chip Phillips May 23
“You’re allowed to be passionate *and* want a fair wage.” Great article about remembering one’s worth as a creative
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Chip Phillips May 22
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Chip Phillips Apr 18
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Chip Phillips Apr 9
Replying to @dave_fourcrows
Well, it’s really too soon to tell at this point! The article mentions that a lot depends on what the weather is from now until June. So we’ll see! 😊
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Chip Phillips Apr 9
“But in the Palouse, they still have a ways to go. They still have snow on the north slopes and some mud.” Curious to see how this late start will affect photography in the Palouse this spring
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Chip Phillips Apr 4
“In the last five years, I’ve also noticed a marked increase of disrespect towards the land. People having campfires where they’re not supposed to or leaving trash or carving their initials in the trees or rocks. I just got tired of it”
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Chip Phillips Apr 4
“In the last five years, I’ve also noticed a marked increase of disrespect towards the land. People having campfires where they’re not supposed to or leaving trash or carving their initials in the trees or rocks. I just got tired of it”
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