“ ... Um dia eu descobri que a vida vale a pena ser vivida
e aproveitada ao máximo, independente das circunstâncias.
Sempre haverá um novo dia, uma nova chance, um novo amor,
uma nova oportunidade... mas a vida, há!!! essa é única!! ..”
Checking out the view from Hill Inlet Lookout on Whitsunday Island. Whitehaven Beach and the Inlet are one of the most spectacular treasures in the Whitsundays. The beach
remains something of a mystery to the scientific community. The pristine white beach consists of the purest silica sand in the world - so pure, in fact, that guides claim it was used in the manufacture of glass for the Hubble Telescope ???
The sand is unique - the other beaches in the Whitsundays do not feature such fine, pure sand... 99% silica I was told. On other beaches you'll find coarser sand featuring broken shells and coral.
'may your roof never fall in and those under it never fall out' - a qoute we found writen in a small bar that looked like a museum, full of old black and white photos, vintage clocks, and people that were welcoming.
Chapel of the Holy Cross in Sedona, Arizona. The architecture is absolutely stunning isn’t it. The parking was on a steep and narrow incline full of cars reversing and pedestrians walking everywhere without caring. I was going to say it was a miracle we got parked but...I had better not. Well I just did. Dry humour, take it or leave it. When we made it to the entrance of the chapel, there were selfie sticks everywhere. I mean everywhere. It was like a game of limbo tying to dodge them. Upon entrance there was a donation stand but it wasn’t any donation stand, it was an ipad. The starting donation price was $15. You could enter a custom price but I guess they were trying to get the money back for the iPad Pro. I’m joking. Am I? Yeah...I am. It’s a beautiful chapel and the people were very nice. I’m English which means I instantly notice these things and have a weird sense of humour about it, I’m sorry. By the way, it had a gift shop. I find that quite odd. Not in a bad way it’s just a bit peculiar to me. I wonder if the conversation went like “Has the plans for the chapel been finalised yet?” “No not yet, why?” “Right, well tell the architect to stick a gift shop in there” I mean, don’t get me wrong if the money is going to the upkeep of the chapel or for charity which I’m sure it is then it is a brilliant idea. It was beautiful.
4 51220 August, 2019
Lynx! Second time I've seen one of these in the wild and they're really amazing to watch. This guy was very relaxed with us at the distance we kept and I was able to get maybe ten shots before he slowly wandered off into the forest. Taken near Sims River in Kluane National Park, Yukon, Canada. .
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