Throwback to two years ago in Lugano, Switzerland. Armed with only my a6000 and the kit lens. People said that Zug was a boring place to work (it's true) but during weekends it's where the magic starts. Day two of the three day hike around Monte Bre. I had summer weather while the rest of Switzerland was in rain and fog.
Straw Caps make it easier to drink when you’re on the go.
Straw Cap fits 16oz and 25oz Corkcicle Canteen, and even our smaller 9oz. Just cut the spare straw to desired length, screw on, and enjoy.
spent the past week in the mountains of India with no connection to the outside world digitally, which is both parts frustrating and incredibly rewarding. and so, I spent my time waiting for stars to peep out of the monsoon clouds. sticking my head out of cars speeding down roads between stone mountains streaked with dwindling light. eating plucked, still-damp apricots by the river. making friends and climbing up scary mountains with them, just to fill our bottles from the stray waterfalls. writing carefully in tiny notebooks with black ink stained fingers because a faulty pen is all I have.
The sacred village of Mutanzhi
The Cogi tribe of Colombia's Sierra Nevada region as re a private and spiritual people and the village of Mutanzhi stands vacant during much of the year, only being occupied for special occasions like coming of age ceremonies.
Another beautiful thing to see on the hike to the Lost City.
A Walk Along Hadrian's Wall #7: the last photo I took before the rain barrelled in from the north, hissing as it came. I scrambled down some suddenly treacherous stone steps (credit to the Wall maintenance people when the weather is often like this, because it's all solidly built and maintained) and reached the dip at Shield On The Wall, where the road cuts across, north to south. There I huddled in the lee of a dry stone wall under an umbrella, until the rain got even harder - then I sprinted squelchily down the road and plunged into the edge of a copse, finding shelter under the biggest tree I could find. That was my home for the next hour. A proper deluge, with a noise like a jet fighter taking off. Maybe...maybe today wasn't a good night to wild-camp after all.
give me six hours to chop a tree and i will spend the first four sharping the axe.
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Have you ever been to Yosemite? We didn’t hike all the way up to half dome but the view from glacier point was quite the stunner!
This is one of the most loved national parks in the US, the views and the nature are AMAZING. Definitely a must-go if you’re around that area!🏞✌🏼
Leave a comment below and tell us about your favourite national park!
China has been on my bucket list for a very long time even before travel bug bit me. However due to misconception and the way that the mass media portrays it, made me think that China is an unsafe place to explore and almost impossible to travel alone. I can't believe China is so different than how other people describe it. I was expecting the worst but experienced the best. A friend joined me on this trip and we covered most of mainland China and there were also days when we decided to go on our own and that's when I visited provinces around Southern China. While it's very safe to travel across the country I have to say It was a travel challenge for me. Weird food, strange behavior of people, culture shock, and nobody speaks English.
It's very unique and hard to know what China is like without actually traveling there. Home to a fifth of the world's population, China has so much to offer for everyone and will be sure to provide a memorable experience. Don't take other's words for it - check it out for yourself! 🇨🇳
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L'amore supera la difficoltà; l'amore ci fa andare avanti. (@franciscus )