If you’re staying in Lagos and have access to a car, we definitely recommend spending some time walking the loop at Carrapateira. There are many view points labeled A through K - each with their own breathtaking view 👉 Swipe right for a few!
Apa yang lebih lembut dari kabut pagi?
Awesome photo by @gunk_dna .
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From the tiniest details to sweeping landscapes, nature is awesome. A macro lens can help you capture those tiny details like this snow on a log in the morning sun. Would you believe me if I told you this was taken with my phone? // My latest blog post answers the question of whether you should buy a smartphone camera lens kit for hiking or travel. I put @bomgogo.worldwide up against two popular mirrorless cameras. Have you tried a smartphone camera lens? Link in bio. #sponsored
I could say something inspirational about following your dreams like most of Instagram does, but I’m just a dude standing on a rock next to a giant hole in the world, if inspiration is what you want check out @elevate.wear and read the blogs 🙌🏻
Christmas is around the corner🎄💖⭐️🎁🎅💫🌙 I love to decorate the tree while listening to Christmas songs at high volume!! もうすぐクリスマス〜⭐️
🇬🇧 Tourist in a country - that's how we feel sometimes. And sometimes not. Of course, we are always on the road with a camera and a backpack, but we are so used to it that it has become normal for us (where else should we put our drone and the other stuff?). Nevertheless, we are so much used to it and at some point everything is routine e.g. what to put into the daypack and what not, the right clothes for temple visits, enough water, food, sunglasses and everything else the backpacker heart desires. We do not think about it anymore. And what one person forgets, the other one bears in mind. That is the great thing about traveling, we are a well-rehearsed team and understand each other without words. And so off we go to see the next temple 🌏😊 ---------------------------------------------------------------
🇩🇪 Tourist in einem Land – so fühlen wir uns manchmal. Und manchmal auch nicht. Klar sind wir immer bewaffnet mit Kamera und Rucksack unterwegs (wo sollten Drohne und Co. auch sonst Platz finden?), trotzdem sind wir das mittlerweile so gewöhnt, dass es normal für uns geworden ist. Irgendwann hat man die Routine, was alles in das Tagesgepäck gehört und was nicht, die richtigen Anziehsachen für Tempelbesichtigungen, genügend Wasser, Essen, Sonnenbrille und was das Backpackerherz sonst noch benötigt. Meist überlegen wir gar nicht mehr und der eine packt ein, was der andere vergessen hat. Das ist das Tolle am Reisen, wir sind ein eingespieltes Team und verstehen uns auch ohne Worte. Und so geht es dann in den nächsten Tempel 😉🌏
I often have to remind myself to focus on what makes me happy. Celebrating the small victories in life is an excellent starting point.
I always get caught up in my own thoughts, and sometimes they derail me. It has taken me a long time to realize that, that is okay. Mindfulness is practice I’m always working on, and it has helped me a lot with my mental health. My best bud @colezingerr’s outlook on mindfulness has rubbed off on me and I’m very thankful for it. There needs to be more humans with his perspective on life, we would be a lot better off as a race.
Those who don't jump will never fly.
-Leena Ahmad Almashat
Nur wer auch springt, wird fliegen. Den Mut zu besitzen, um zu springen, ist der erste wichtige Schritt um zu fliegen. Wir träumen von Dingen, die wir erreichen möchten, aber um diese Träume auch zu erfüllen müssen wir selbst tätig werden. Es bringt uns nicht weiter, nur davon zu träumen oder darüber zu reden. Wir müssen all unseren Mut zusammen nehmen und den Sprung wagen. Nur wer alles versucht, kann es auch schaffen. Wir dürfen nicht aufgeben, ohne es überhaupt versucht zu haben.
The weather wasn’t ideal on our trip to Banff. A lot of mornings the conditions were bad at our first location, so we would drive up to parkway into clearer weather which lead to us finding some cool new areas like this one.
"24 hours. 1,440 minutes. 86,400 seconds. That all it takes. To save your life, change your life. One single day can pull us from the depths of despair. And one single day can fill us with more possibilities than we could imagine.” This is Us
❈The practice of Earthing:
❈ Earthing is the process of absorbing and releasing energy through the soles of your feet. The idea is that you connect your bare feet to any Earth; sand, grass, or rock. Breath deeply in through your nose and out through your mouth. Imagine yourself pushing and releasing all negative thoughts and energy down into the Earth. Burn that shit up into the core of the Earth and be done with it. The next step is to draw into you your healing. Pull up all the living, natural, and bright energy from the Earth beneath you. As you breathe in and out use everything you're being given to cleanse and repair whatever is inside you. Use the strength of the surface beneath you to give you solidity. Feel grounded and walk forward with light and love.
Instagram says that today is #internationalmountainday and I love a good excuse to post a mountain photo⛰
If you need some inspo to get out into the mountains today, tomorrow, this weekend, ever?
Check out @adventureaide they’re a nationwide (and now international) adventure sharing app that helps you connect with other adventurers to plan adventures (should I say adventure one more time?) anyway, there’s a link in my bio to download the app. Check it out and get outside ASAP
Today will be a great day! Lots of fun photos to take for clients and I absolutely love what I do! I also have my family coming into town soon and I am excited to go on winter wonderland adventures with them! 🌲❄️☃️🌨🏂⛸ Bring on the snow!!!!
Today is international mountain day, a day to take a step back and think about what these amazing pieces of earth actually do for the environment. This is a picture of Mt. Trident in Katmai National Park, one of my favorite places to go. This is an incredibly remote mountain, you need to charter a flight or take a plane ride from a bush community, ride on a dirt road for 23 miles across three rivers, and hike roughly fourteen miles to get here. Not many people see this place. But as you notice from the picture, there is still a contrail in the air from a passing plane, so is any place really truly untouched? Every year as I look out at these mountains, I see less and less snow. Alaska is ground zero for climate change, and mountains are some of the first indicators. It’s December in Alaska and we’ve barely had any snow. I’m home visiting family in Pennsylvania and they have had more snow than King Salmon. Now I’m not saying I’m perfect, these Bush communities thrive on diesel because there is no other way. And it is completely preposterous to ask these villages to move since they have lived here for thousands of years. There is a balance that must be struck, and that balance lies in the affordable options of renewable energy. People out here, even though they use generators and fossil fuel, live off the land as much as they can. There are villages out here that use hydro electricity and wind powered turbines. They are actively trying. Again we must find a balance until the options are able to adapt to every way of life. We cannot power a society on dead matter for much longer, let’s look to the earth, water, sun, and air, all very much alive, for answers. It can be done, it is a slow process, but we can all do our small part. .
I’m on a work trip in DC, got food poisoning, then watched a dog that looks just like Kita ride by with its beautiful face hanging out a car window and lost my shit on the sidewalk like a crazy person.
Suffice to say I miss this face.