Beyond readers commemorate their most adventurous moments by snapping some pretty impressive self-portraits.
Pics or it didn’t happen, right?
Ashley Ing & daughter Emma
of Newbury Park celebrate reaching the top of Half Dome with a selfie in front of Yosemite Valley.
The future (of selfies) is female!
Craige Story of Westlake Village and her granddaughter Sidney Durham at the January Women’s March.
Dust-covered and sun-kissed
Kay Saillant of Newbury Park and Noel Hazard say “cheese” at Burning Man Festival.
Doug Hume of Thousand Oaks
catches a colorful wave of cyclists while cheering on riders in the Amgen Tour of California on Cornell Road in Agoura.
You might think the selfie was invented by millennials
but this image proves otherwise. Rigmor Werner of Thousand Oaks says her grandfather, holding the cord at center, was a true camera buff. This was taken at his home near Oslo, Norway in 1907.
Kendall Kelley of Camarillo is all smiles while visiting Peru’s lost city of the Incas.
Joseph Litzinger and wife Melissa Soltman
of Agoura Hills rock a sunny seaside selfie in Carmel.
Larry Schwartz of Thousand Oaks
knows that a trip to the Great Wall of China calls for a great selfie.
'Sno better time for a selfie
than on a powder day. Thousand Oaks’ Greg Winter and his daughter Kaylynn ride the lift at Snow Valley near Big Bear.
Izabele Sagat, DDS, of Agoura Hills
poses with new friends while offering pro bono dental services in Haiti.
Wendy Knapp & Daughter Savannah
from Newbury Park visit the Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor in Oahu.
Jon & Betty Hackers'
smiles light up the night at the Vandusen light festival in Vancouver, Canada.
of Westlake Village is a selfie pro.
Al Davis pauses for a pic
while hiking to the Satwiwa waterfall in Newbury Park.