Most people do not look straight up, and when I do, others look up as well. Probably wondering what’s so interesting. 😂 I always think what can I get with my camera in a given location. This is in the arashiyama bamboo forest. I got here late thanks to my inability to get on the right train. What should’ve taken about 20 mins took me well over an hour and a half. By the time I arrived, there were so many people and I knew that I wasn’t going to get the shot that I had envisioned. Well, here’s my image. Even though life may seem difficult at times (surrounded by tall and monumental tasks) there’s light depending on where and how you look at your situation. Never give up on yourself and those close to you and find encouragement that we all go through struggles in life. It depends on how you react to and see the situation that makes the difference.
(France last episode) Part IV
Here my finally laaaaast video of my 11 months in France!, I did a few weekend trips when I was living in Bordeaux, Such as île de Oleron, Pays Basque, Bretagne etc, I know Bretagne is not the West Coast as I named in my video but, oh well.
Bretagne was my number one place in France that I wanted to visit, I was so intrigued with druids and all those mysterious scenes when I was younger.
Wish I can give more details of the trip but I am trying to do not write a book on this post :p.
Merci beaucoupe France, Je t’adore ❤️ #france#europe#traveling#francia#voyage#bretagne#dinan#rennes#paris#stmalo#beach#oldtown#europa#wanderlust#film#editon#travelphotography#photography
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The fact that we are able to experience times of pure happiness and moments of extreme sorrow is really a beautiful thing. Life is an experience 👁 #LiveMore
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DYK: Lake Assal in Djibouti is the second lowest point in Africa, and second lowest in the world after the Dead Sea.
SHAKE DJIBOUTI in some of the saltiest water in the world. Because of the salt content, effortlessly float on without floaties 😉
Rent a car for $150 per day from Djibouti City and drive to the picturesque Lake Assal 2 hours away. Lake Assal is nestled in a volcanic crater in the central-western part of Djibouti that marks the beginning of the Great African Rift Valley and paves the way to the Danakil Desert.
There are gorgeous formations that are worth seeing near the lake, like the spherical deposits of salt that pave its borders. It is then time to go deeper in the warm waters and experience an optimal state of buoyancy. You will be entirely covered in salt afterwards, but the experience is absolutely worth it!
However, a visit to Lake Djibouti is not for the fainthearted. The shores surrounding this body of water comprise vast plains of salt, which make it painful to walk on without shoes. The water, warm and oily in texture, is 10 times saltier than seawater, so even the tiniest cut will sting upon contact. And once you’re out of the water, you’ll immediately start to itch as your salt-covered skin makes contact with the sun and air.
AKA it’s worth it 😂😂😂. Remember, pics or it didn’t happen.
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