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Woman's Breathtaking Photos From a Trip to Yellowstone With Her Late Grandfather Have People So Moved

One of the greatest tragedies of life is that our time on this earth with our loved ones is limited. Someday, the people we love will no longer be with us, at least not on this plane of existence. That's why it's so important to live life to the fullest with them and make memories that will last the rest of your life.

Professional photographer Taylor, aka @tstarch on TikTok, was inspired to get into photography by her grandpa, who passed away a few months ago. The incredible footage she uploaded of their last photography trip to Yellowstone together had us crying both tears of bittersweet sadness and of awe.

This tribute moved us deeply. We are so, so sorry for her loss, especially of a person that made such a huge impact on her life. However, the final trip they shared together was truly amazing and special, and we know she'll hold onto those precious memories for the rest of her life. And the photos they took together are incredible, like National Geographic quality. They marvelously captured the beauty and the majesty of the buffalo and their surrounding wilderness. It's so inspiring to see that passion for photography her late grandpa instilled in her realized. That part alone may be the most touching tribute to his memory.

"These are so amazing!! Thank you for sharing this experience! So sorry for your loss, but what an incredible memory!" thanked @fastactionphoto. "Okay, 1st I was bawling bc I never had a grandpa & I love that y'all did this together, & then you said he passed. 😭 but I got CHILLS at the pics 😯," said @tiffanyest85. "Really sorry for your loss 🙁 but you now have all the photographs he took so you can see the world through his eyes," sympathized @eshansing_h. It's clear that his influence translated into Taylor's talents, and the pictures he took with her continue to inspire others long after his passing.

We hope this inspires you to spend more time with your loved ones while you have them here. Life is too precious to waste.