Does a pool need to be full of water for it to be a pool? In any case beyond the meta. This is one of the pools at Maidens Cove, absent of water because Cape Town is still undergoing a drought.
Shot with DJI Mavic Air and a Nisi ND 8
Did you know that 2.5 kilometers of Uluru's mass are believed to be underground?
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The shot was more in hope of him falling in.. he made it.
Why so shy, little guy? 🐧
Boulders Beach near Capetown is famous for its penguins. A place where you can see these little guys in the dozens, waddling around in their tiny tuxedos. A rare sight indeed as this endangered African Penguin is falling back in numbers each year. The total population has crashed by 50% over the last 30 years, due to commercial fishing around the Cape. A sad fact, as penguins are one of the few animals left on this planet that really spark the imagination of young and old. .
Have you ever seen one in real life? If so, where? 🌍
Haven't posted pictures in some time, so here we go again. Just got finished taking some sunrise shots for the first time. The colors we saw this morning were awesome. Vibrant oranges and the contrast of the lights / dark were perfect 🌄
I rarely post pictures inside cities but I also admire beautiful architecture so here's a city picture 😁🤣
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A still kind of hidden place right next to one of the busiest waterfalls of Iceland 🇮🇸
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@kuhrmarvin - This series of photos was taken in a time frame of only 20 minutes. It’s funny how sometimes putting hours of work into getting a photo doesn’t work out and then in another instance I unexpectedly take 3 of my all time favorite photos thanks to a fortunate coincidence.
Be fearless in the pursuit of what sets your soul on fire. - Jennifer Lee
I love the ocean, and most of my recent holidays have been to island destinations. After an intense bout of studying in recent weeks and a couple of weekends out at sea in Hong Kong, I am happy to report that I’ve earned my PADI Open Water qualification.
It means that I am now certified to dive to 18 metres, and I am one step closer to going diving in Raja Ampat. Hurrah!
What sets your soul on fire? What are you in pursuit of?