What are you grateful for?
I’m grateful for each one of you who has followed(and not unfollowed), commented, liked, messaged, offered constructive criticism, and encouraged me here on instagram. I’m always humbled by your kind words, and appreciate some of the relationships built here or while out shooting. To say thanks, I’d like to give 2 of you any one print of your choosing, size 11x14 or smaller(if you have a desk or area and rather have a smaller size). Simply:
1. Follow me(You likely are but i want to be sure a follower gets one of these)
2. Comment with one thing in life you are grateful for. Its easy to get caught up in the negative things of life, so here’s a reminder to be grateful for at least one thing each day. (the comment is so i know you are “entering” for a print and weeds out those that are either bots or would rather not try for one)
3. Thats it, no other strings attached.
4. All comments by 6pm will be considered and I’ll draw randomly this evening.
#tbt to one of my favorite mornings spent watching the sunrise over beautiful Mt Hood.
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The Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mosque, also known as the Grand Mosque of Cotabato, is situated in Cotabato City and is the largest mosque in the Philippines. The mosque is located in Barangay Kalanganan II in Cotabato City, and was funded by SultanHassanal Bolkiah of Brunei at a reported cost of US$48 million. It is also the second largest mosque in Southeast Asia after theIstiqlal Mosque of Indonesia. (source: google.) In frame: @_tineti for a sense of scale. 😍🍁
Praticamente in spiaggia puoi salire su questo Relitto solo che c’erano tantissime persone che salivano scalze 😱
Essendo praticamente solo ferro arrugginito era praticamente facilissimo tagliarsi 🤕
Temple of Hatshepsut
The Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut is one of the most beautiful of all of the temples of Ancient Egypt. It is located at Deir el-Bahri ("the Northern Monastery"), at the head of the valley beneath the peak of the mountain (and natural pyramid) "Dehent" (now known by its arabic name, el-Qurn - "The Horn") .
Hatshepsut´s temple was named "Djeser-djeseru" ("holy of holies"). It sits directly against the rock which forms a natural amphitheatre around it so that the temple itself seems to grow from the living rock .
The design of the temple echoes that of the Mortuary Temple of Montuhotep which is its neighbour. There is also a mortuary temple dedicated to Thuthmosis III and a number of Ptolemaic burials in the vicinity .
Apparently, there used to be a mudbrick temple dedicated to Amenhotep I and Queen Ahmose Nefertari, but it was destroyed to make way for Hatshepsut's temple 🤔 .
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Probably the most insane sunset I’ve ever witnessed. I spent the day huddled inside my van, cold and alone, editing away while it rained and poured outside. A couple of minutes before sunset, I changed into a pair of swim shorts and water shoes trying to see how I could get out into the water. I expected the sunset to be a bust but I was proven wrong with this absolute marvel of a light show. The clouds parted and the warmth spilled past the mountains into the valley for the first time in the day. Truly a magical experience I won’t soon forget.
Which do you prefer ? Sunsets or Sunrises?
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