- CLOUGH HEAD- via Fisher Wife’s Rake then up a gully to the summit. Starting from St John in the vale. A steep walk followed by a challenging gully scramble with stunning views over towards Skiddaw. .
Today is a members moment. A chance to showcase who’s running the page. Today is @jessrg_outdoors turn. Hope you like the view 💙🙏🏻
Albie、Alba(middle)&Albo(front)🐶These lovely siblings pups is waiting for their forever home. Come and play with them❤
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Already missing this coast, cause the ocean feels like home and we got engaged like 500 ft from here but the tide was too high today. One year doesn’t feel like a lifetime anymore it feels like real life done right. Chris did everything for me this weekend (to the extent of saving a card from a Christmas market we went to two years ago, to gift it to me our first anniversary) but he also wrote something (as always) that stuck: “I can’t believe my life with you is real and that you’re the person I wake up to every morning. You fill my life with such joy and sweetness, I can’t wait for the rest of forever.” It’s 12 am, he’s sleeping next to me and I’m up thinking about this. Joy and sweetness is something my life lacked for a long time but my husband reminded me of it and God gave it all back to me. A friend once told me I have a spirit of joy on me from the Lord, and now I know that to be true. I see it everywhere, when before I thought I was drowning in sorrow. Life can be so tough but the toughest parts reveal the most joyous, glorious mornings. Thanks Jesus for everything. Idk it sounds cheesy but I married my best friend and my life that seemed so chaotic has been knit together intricately by King Jesus who held me up, and has never let the joy given to me leave my side. .
Sky above, earth below, peace within
Pyrgos is a village on a hill in #Santorini island in #Greece . View is amazing and it feels mellow out there too which is perfect for spending an easy afternoon. I think it could be my favorite on the island 😊
Mahindi. Corn. Maize. Millies. And any other name this crop is known by is a major staple in Tanzanian life and cooking. It’s either added to a stew with beans called “Kande”, or it’s ground into flour and used to make porridge called “uji”, added to bread, or used to make a stiff porridge called “ugali” that is eaten pretty much daily with beans and stewed veggies. Almost every subsistence farmer in my village grows mahindi. After leaving it to dry on the stalk for a few months the ears of corn are stacked in the sun to dry some more, then 1 of the 2 machines in the village come along and strip the kernels off the cob. This is also frequently done by hand without a machine. Then the kernels are bagged and the cons are either burned or used as mulch and compost around tree seedlings. .
"In this awakening the forest reminds us
Its lessons of cyclical healing can teach us
To move like the water caresses a hillside
It changes quite suddenly what years would not deny." — @yaimamusic
Feeling extra grateful for these giants lately amidst all the destruction down south. Let this be a reminder to plant your bare feet in the earth and hug some trees. Let the grounding and soul-quenching sensations fill you and inspire you to keep doing all that you can to protect this beautiful place we call home. Much love to you all 💚
A world heritage-listed National Park, these balancing granite outcrops take you right back to the age of the dinosaurs. Come and wander the Gibraltar Range, rich with flora and fauna descended from prehistoric times. Inhale untouched natural beauty, exhale stress... ahhh now that's better. ⛰ #NewSouthWales ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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