Let me love you a little more before you’re not little anymore. 💙
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As we were walking around Drammen, we found this little pier area that had very symmetrical railings, so we decided to do a quick photoshoot and here are the results.
Quick tip, be aware of your surroundings and make sure you take advantage of those leading lines that leads the audience towards the subject. 😎
Shots by @brendanmrice & @amnotbothered
Soooo I know I promised Morocco pictures but then I remembered that I never posted any pictures from our trip to the film festival in Karlovy Vary! So, sorry, there will be one more day till Morocco 🙈 but in the meantime let me say that Karlovy Vary is one of my favorite cities in CZ and if you get a chance to visit, I highly highly recommend!
A $30 gift card to the food trucks on-site at the festival
A bundle of sunflowers
A 1 Hour Jet-ski rental for 2*
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That’s like boats were flying on water. ✈️ 🚤
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Passed through the grizzly bear turf, we reached the Iceberg lake surrounded by the wall of Mt. Wilbur. Just steps before the lake I saw this beautiful alpine meadow filled with variety of wildflowers and just stood there in awe. I felt like Alice in Wonderland overwhelmed by the magic of this place, and the best thing I could come up with was this self-portrait to have a proof later that I didn’t dream it. Mountainous thanks to @alexstrohl, his badass team @strohlworks and personally @gdmcd for everything you did to make it happen.
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_______________________________________________________ Happy Thursday people! I hope your week is going well! Today’s post is from Oradea! I really think the architecture of this city is one of the prettiest I ever seen! 😍 What do you think about it? Have you ever heard of this city in Romania?
Let me tell you some facts about this city!
1. Oradea is located in the Crișana region, in the north-western part of Romania at just 10km from the border with Hungary!
2. The historical name of the city was “Varadinum” that means something related to a fortified citadel.
My last visit to museum prompted me to think again about the question- is there a big difference between most of modern CHRISTIAN RELIGIONS and PAGANISM? Lets take a look at one doctrine about TRINITY.
I'm not gonna give my opinion, in this case it's not even necessary if you have an excess to google. •1,2. Zbruchansky idol (late 10-11cent.) There are four sides each of them represents one of the gods (Macosh,Perun,Lada, Dazhbog). Three levels of a statue reflect the ancient Slavic view about three-tier world.
•3. The altar with the idols that was found in the village Ivakivtsi (Ukraine). The idol in the middle is Triglav (a god with three heads, many scholars agree that it represents three Slavic gods - Perun, Svarog and Veles or Dazhbog)
•4. Egyptian triad. Isis, her husband Osiris, and their son Horus.
•5. Triad in Hinduism "Trimurti". Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva.
•6. Roman triad, so called "The Capitoline Triad". Jupiter, Juno and Minerva.
•7. Slavic triad. Svarog, Perun and Dazhbog (later, Dazhbog was replaced by Veles)
•8,9.Christian triad. The Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.
And it's only a few examples.This could be a very looong list. The conclusion is simple and obvious. #face_of_a_place #remain_in_ukraine
Leaping into a new adventure like...
Love this shot from @backpackwithme. There’s something so refreshing about leaving something or somewhere where you feel stuck in a rut. Have you ever handed in your notice at work or booked a 6 month trip to work abroad? That rushinggg feeling of both relief and adrenaline can be both incredibly exciting and a tiny bit scary haha.
I’ve been thinking a lot recently about the rise of remote working and what a great time it is for people to create opportunities/lifestyles for themselves thanks to the internet. Obviously a lot of that comes with great privilege, but it’s definitely a step forward for people who feel more productive and creative when not working in an office.
I’d love to know if any of you have ever worked remotely or have chosen not to work a traditional 9-5 office job! Have you ever just dropped everything to take on an exciting opportunity that included being able to travel? Let me know below, will share some of the best responses on the GTW stories later this eve 🌴
‘you can’t just hope for happy endings. you have to believe in them. then do the work, take the risks’ xo.
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Colorful Classics 🏚
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Hitting the surf on a golden afternoon ☀️
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Photographic evidence of the one and only day I’ve ever spent in Nevada. Best of all, no money was gambled or lost (can you believe I’ve never been to Vegas?!) North Lake Tahoe was a gorgeous place to post up for the day, particularly on this rock where I was able to A. avoid allllll the people and B. catch a 💣 sunset.
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