The binalong bay tree, I wonder if it knows how famous it is.
It was a nice quiet morning when I arrived here just before the sun rose. No humans in sight, just the many birds waking up and producing the many amazing sounds that they do 😌
WHATAROA FALLS 🏊⠀
It's so good to explore the places in your home region you've never been to before. Have you noticed that doesn't matter where you live when you think about travelling you always pick up places outside your city/region/country? It happens to many people and we are no different. So from time to time, we have to remind ourselves that we live in an incredibly beautiful place and there are so many amazing spots located in the Bay! 🏝️⠀
Recently we've been to Otanewainuku Forest and took one of many tracks located over there. Our main point of interest was Whataroa Falls. To get there you take an hour-long walking track through the native bush. You can see some incredible old Rimu trees on your way there. The waterfall is absolutely beautiful and feels like an oasis in the middle of the forest. Although we've been there on Saturday, we had this waterfall all for ourselves. It's an amazing option for people looking for not so crowded place comparing to other more popular waterfalls around Tauranga 🌊⠀
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There’s no better way to start the day 🤙🏼 ⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️
📷 - @powwpic -
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Happy snaps from when we had some dece snow ❄️🌨️❄️
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Whatcom Falls Park in the winter. “Water is the most perfect traveller because when it travels it becomes the path itself.” Mehmet Murat ildan
We all grow up and sometimes people who were once so important in your life fades away. That’s part of aging and learning. Don’t waste time on people who won’t spend time on you. Social media has made people want to grow up fast or stay young forever. It can create and unrest inside people but it’s important to remember that the future is going to happen no matter what you do so let it.
▪︎Сколько нахожусь в сознательном возрасте, математика обычно давалась мне тяжело. В отличие от других предметов, для математики приходилось нанимать репетиторов, тратить больше денег, времени и энергии. Не смотря на сложности, я хотел понять математический язык.
В университете отношения с математикой не изменились. Прошёл семестр, я пришел к выводу: математика - это не для меня. Вернее, Я не создан для математики.
Задаюсь вопросом: стоит ли бороться над ней, не смотря на продолжительные сложности? Или сфокусироваться на тех предметах, которые даются легко?
Ответа не знаю. Я не уверен, что делаю правильные выводы о себе и этом предмете, но неудачи привели меня именно к таким.
Выбор между "это вроде надо" и "это получается лучше" становится актуальным вне образования. Можно пытаться стать просто хорошим инженером. Либо вырасти в лучшего фотографа. В зависимости от сферы таланта.
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Flying high over Stokksnes 🕊
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7 o’clock in the morning and the piazza was already bustling with people. The sunlight was just hidden behind Doge’s Palace and the smell of ocean was right on the horizon. Took me a while to appreciate this photo, but it gave me some major nostalgia for Venice and always brought me back to the spot, standing in that piazza || #shotoniphone with iPhone 5, edited with @lightroom
Hands frozen, clouds full of snow rolling in, and temperatures dropping into the negatives, I crouched over my camera with radio in hand as cars rolled in.
⤜ Location: British Columbia, Canada
⤜ Camera: @canonusa 5D Mark III
⤜ Lens: @canonusa 16-35 f/2.8 III USM
⤜ Filter: @hoyafilterusa EVO Antistatic UV
While driving in and out of avalanche zones through the pass during my trip through Canada, the most memorable nights was when I stood above the final curve of the pass as cars zipped on by. Wandering up to the lookout with four layers on, the cold still bit through my clothing as I kept in contact with @adenace below. It had snowed the duration of the short ascent up the lookout and just as I had gotten to the location the snow had stopped for a brief moment as the final vehicles drove into the night.
Some places are really making you live in a dream wonderland that you want to stay forever. But depending on weather, sometimes you can feel moody and spooky in that same places.. Try to capture your own place either can be your backyard or your street or your workplace, when it s rainy and foggy or just create your moody place by playing with light and creating artificial smoke. Tips; play your perspective to create some moody effects #whpuptome#whpmoodyplaces