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Climbing up the stairs at Skógafoss is for sure a good leg day workout. With the winter cold and the strong winds, it became a full body workout. But once you reach the top, you are graced with a breathtaking (literally!) view.
There’s a little part where you can stand almost right above the river than runs from Skógafoss. If you have a fear of heights, this may not be for you. I do BUT when it comes to getting the best photos, my passion for photography overcomes that.
I walked to this area and started taking photos. I loved how the snow blanketed the landscape with the dark contrast of the water. I wish the weather was nicer up at the top because it got too cold and windy that I didn’t feel safe being on that part.
I did manage to get some nice shots, like this one, where it looks like I took it with a drone. But nope, all done on my good ol’ DSLR camera!
Taken with 📷: Canon 70D
Una delle principali vie di Londra, la prima via mai costruita al mondo dedicata esclusivamente allo shopping, Regent Street ospita negozi, bar, ristoranti, ma è anche sede di eventi e manifestazioni particolari ed interessanti.
The magic of Table Mountain when clouds cover the top ... Have you already made it to the top ?
Credit to @a.mac.photo capturing the best of Cape Town’s sky !
Tag #capetowntodo for a repost
#tbt di quella volta in cui a quasi un anno dal conseguimento della mia triennale ho dato un senso alla mia laurea in Lettere visitando una località protagonista dell’indispensabile e fruttuoso esame di geografia italiana 🗺
Just when I thought Siargao can’t get more beautiful to what we’ve seen the previous days. Hello to this Crystal clear rock pool facing the oceans. Siargao, you really surprised me! Kay ganda mo talaga Pilipinas! 💙
🎶 Drink, they told us...
pa-RUM pum pum pummm 🎶
We went on a FREE rum tasting at @koloarum during our trip to Kauai, and it was nothing but good vibes between us and our roller-derby bartender extraordinaire! We even got a little taste of their rum- infused cake with Macadamia nuts and rum sauce... like slice of heaven✌👼
The Statue of Saigo Takamori: Takamori-san was believed to be the last true samurai who was one of the great leaders during the Meiji Restoration period.
A bit of controversy I happened to read somewhere, it was said that Takamori-san led an insurrection against the imperial government he once served. This is why the government chose to depict him as a commoner, not as a military figure, in this statue.
How true is this?