Финальная точка в нашем путешествии на "край земли". Дальше - только море, а за ним - Северный Ледовитый Океан.
Проехали 9000 километров, через 15 регионов, пересекли нашу страну с юга на север.
На фото кладбище кораблей в Териберке, Мурманская область.
В связи с упадком рыболовецкого промысла во второй половине прошлого века эти суда пригоняли сюда, на место их последней стоянки.
Ship graveyard in Teriberka, Murmansk Oblast, Russia.
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The Louvre museum in Paris. Such an amazing building!!
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Met this beautiful Kea on our way through Arthur’s Pass. Only wanted food but was willing to pose to try and get a bite. Tourists feeding these birds has been hugely detrimental to their survival. They are an incredible intelligent species but have turned to humans to supply them with food.
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Еще немного крутейшей советской архитектуры с ВДНХ. 🤩
Sweetness 💕 You May have heard, but I’m taking a leap and quit my day job to dive more in to my passions. And to be healthy again. If you need a photographer or know someone who does, I’d love the recommendations! I couldn’t do this without your support! If you’ve ever hired me, recommended me, or bought photos from me- I can’t say how grateful I am for your love! Here’s to chasing dreams 💫
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I always make it a priority to go on an adventure with my dad when I'm home because it's so nice to share our thoughts, the views, and the roads.
If you haven't spent some quality time with your dad recently, make the time! Surprise him with an adventure. I'm sure he'll appreciate it.
Sometimes I think the way people create is similar to the way bees pollinate.
Collecting what’s around them and hoping that things stick, just in the right places in hopes of producing. It’s a process, it’s not immediate, but this pollination of sorts is what keeps us going. It’s what keeps us alive.
Whether you are someone who creates for a living, or someone who just finds yourself indulging in art, I think it’s important to let things stick to you, to let them impact you. To take them elsewhere and be a mover and a shaker of sorts. If not for art holding onto us, similar to bees, I don’t think any of us would be here.
Triglav is Slovenia’s national symbol and pride, which we carry in our hearts as well as on our flag. Its pyramid-shape summit rises above central Julian Alps and is clearly visible from far and near. As the highest mountain, it has stirred the imagination of explorers, hikers and climbers already in the 18th century, when it was first conquered by four brave men from Bohinj. After that Slovenian and German mountaineering societies practically competed in the number of marked and climbed routes. Nowadays, challenges in its huge north wall are left for the best climbers, and the ascent to the summit is a wish for most Slovenians and an increasing number of tourists as well. But there is no easy way to the top. /slovenia-trips.com/ ================================== .
Zelenci Springs is a nature reserve near Kranjska Gora, at the three-country border of Slovenia, Italy and Austria. Lake is ‘famous’ because of its brilliant green water which gave the name to the springs and its surroundings (Zelenci is a deadjectival plural noun from Slovene zelen ‘green’.). Read more about it on our website, link in the bio. ================================== .
Dark clouds come rolling in at the paradise island of Træna. It’s incredible how fast the weather changes on an island far out in the ocean. A dark cloud like this might change into the most beautiful sunset in a matter of minutes.