Sikunir punya cerita tersendiri dan di sana yg selalu setia dan tampak gagah gunung sindoro. Sedikit berkabut membuat matahari tampak malu 'tuk keluar namun meninggalkan kesan 'epik' menjelang matahari naik.😃 Yang disayangkan adalah beberapa pengunjung hanya antusias 'tuk melihat sunrise, namun setelah itu mereka lupa membuang sampah pada tempat sampah😌. Cintailah dan jagalah alam, maka alam pun akan menghargai manusia.
_bukan cah pendaki_
That day we all saw RED... How about this sunrise in #Whyalla ?! As the old weather proverb goes: “Red sky at night is a shepherd’s delight, red sky in the morning is a shepherd’s warning”…. Turns out that the #dawn before the storm delivered the goods for @eric_brokken as he stood on the #beach this day! Not only is there plenty of colour on the shore around here, but also in the water – with #AustralianGiantCuttlefish season also kicking off down the road. Currently thousands of glowing, pulsating ‘chameleons of the sea’ are gathering to mate and spawn at #PointLowly (May-Oct) in what’s the world’s known mass-aggregation. If you're keen to catch one of nature's greatest spectacles, hop on board a @puresaworld tour from Adelaide to get up close and personal! #SeeSouthAustralia 🌅😱🦑 [📍Location: a 2hr flight from Sydney to #Adelaide in #SouthAustralia , then a 50 minute flight or 4hr drive to Whyalla in @eyrepeninsula ] #EyrePeninsula#Sunrise#SeeAustralia#Australia
Here is the print file for the previous post. This is the location of the 1993 Tribal Gathering event in Wiltshire. A location I have come to realise that I was so close but so far from another soul. The project is looking at locations from the past that we were at the same place and time but never met.
Welcome to the team @kaitlynkanygin and thanks for sending in this awesome capture of Lake Louise, Alberta. Interested in joining our ambassadors program? Use #traveltwisters on your travel related content and a member of our team will be in touch 🐢
Let’s catch the waves together with your summer babes.
Note : please be careful while doing this
Devil’s Tears is a rocky outcrop on the south western part of the coast where you can see huge waves splashing up against the rocks and a giant blowhole that shoots water skyward. One of the most attractive features of the splash caused by the wave is the little rainbow trail which is often common in the evenings as the sunset is approaching.
The entrance to Devil’s Tears is free. After you have finished watching the waves, take a walk along one of the nearby walking tracks here. The low cliffs in the south offer some beautiful coastal walks, particularly from Dream Beach up to Sunset Beach. There are also some caves along here which can be explored at low tide.
To get to Nusa Lembongan from Bali, take a boat from Sanur Beach near Jalan Hangtuah. Departures depend on the tide, so it is best to check with your hotel to book before arriving at the beach. Just note that most boats required you to walk out into the water to board, so make sure to wear short pants and shoes that are easily removed.
An amazing video regram from :
📍 "Devil's Tears, Nusa Lembongan, Bali"
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Yoga as the sun comes up 👌
Reminding myself that this week I need to take some time for self care. Have been full on with studies, work and sport. Thankful my sons have cooperated through the busy week 💕
The next week is about making more time for meditation, yoga, goal setting and celebrating successes 🙏🏽
Oltrepassiamo i nostri ponti dopo esserci arrivati e ce li bruciamo alle spalle, e niente mostra il cammino percorso, tranne il ricordo dell’odore del fumo e la sensazione che una volta i nostri occhi hanno lacrimato. 🌅♥️