The more I travel, the more evident it becomes that we really do live in an inherently kind world. Mum always tell me to "be careful" and I have friends that have made up their mind about a country because of the religion of the people that live there. Having never visited, how can you assume you know anything about an entire country and its population? It's such a shame, really. Because every time I travel to a new country, I am always greeted with kindness and help from strangers. Yes, I know that there are "bad guys" out there, but my experience everywhere is that the "good guys" far outnumber the ill-intended people. Has that been the case for you?
On a recent cave trip, we found these really cool sand banks that are made slowly over time as the room floods and the water recedes over and over.
Photo #1 : Ben Miller of the USGS admires the incredible natural cross section of the past few decades of rain events.
#2 : a closer look at the layers.
#3 : the most recent flood deposited organic debris and the small dimples and slide marks were left from salamanders crawling on the bottom of the lake that was once there. #caving#cave#science#alookintothepast#petzlgram#explore#exploring @petzl_official @the_explorers_club
Last stop of everyday in #Iceland is in a hot nature bath...often with a few glasses of wine. .........
Slide ➡️ is the cave from Game of Thrones... "You know nothing, Jon Snow" #grjotagja
The water is about 104*F
Minimarg is a very attractive village in the Neelum valley in Azad Kashmir, located on the right bank of Krishenganga river at an altitude of 2845 meter.It is accessible via road from Chillam Chowki that leads towards Minimarg after crossing Bruzil Pass
Picture credits by Asim Nisar Bajwa