I am currently not eating processed sugar. If I am honest I have been suffering a little from cutting it out 😫
Still it’s nearly the middle of the month and I haven’t killed even one person so I’m feeling pretty good 😂😂😂
1 816 minutes ago
One of the best parts about Yukon winters? You can get golden hour all afternoon 😍✨
📷: @erinnnscott_ w/ my edits.
So Coco has found a way to escape his crate🤦🏼♀️ not quite sure how to stop him from doing that. I’m not even sure how he even escaped, smart dog😬
1 3019 minutes ago
The softest ever : new from @rails in-store + jeantheory.com
1 1222 minutes ago
I can almost feel the warm summer rain again as I sat on top of the FJ.. Really missing this night where the whole world started to glow as the sun set with the rain
_✨Swipe to see some of my favorites from this night
If you had worn these earrings in 2006 I would have been scared you would’ve stolen my lunch money. We stan a 2018 fashion trendz. 🤟🏻
Had such a great time shooting with @paige.c.photography shes a real talent. Please go give her a follow. ❤️
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Tenerife, home to the most visited national park in Europe! With @tomkahler / Located in the Atlantic Ocean, The Canary Islands is closer to Africa than it is to the Iberian Peninsula. Actually, the archipelago belongs to the African Plate having pretty distinctive characteristics in comparison with the rest of the Spanish territory.
Among the seven islands forming the archipelago, Tenerife is the largest and most populated one. It is also the third most important tourist destination in Spain hosting one of the world's largest carnivals!
In the center of the island you will find Teide National Park which is home to the highest mountain of Spain as well as the highest volcano in the Atlantic Ocean islands. The park, designated an UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007, is the most visited national park in Spain and Europe covering an area of 74 sq. miles. Its surrounding area is quite impressive as well, as this picture illustrates.
Coming from the north and traveling through the "Esperanza Road", which is the main road crossing the entire island, you will find a landscape dominated by gently rolling hills, deep ravines, and woodland. Known as "Las Lagunetas", here you will find ancient laurel forests and a number of beautiful endemic flowers such as geraniums. This is a genuine ecosystem in itself and an ideal stop over before reaching Teide National Park!
Special greetings to @tomkahler for sharing this wonderful photo with us! Based in London, Tom is a talented outdoor and automotive photographer. He has visited some of the most exciting regions in the world and along the way he has collected unique moments like these ones! Don't forget to check out his gallery! 🙂 If you also want to be featured you can tagg us or use #nomadict in your posts!
The corridor surfaces in my house are knot particularly clean.
Been seeing this spot a lot more after i’ve actually been there. I think i’m just starting to notice it more now that i’ve actually been there. Turns out I was going to drive right past it until @jubbish recommended we stop there! Crazy how social media gives us this ability to reach out & connect to basically anyone. I would have missed one of the most amazing sights i’ve seen to this day if it weren’t for a simple DM. Also @jubbish is a gnarly photographer and always has something meaningful to spread, so huge thanks and glad to have connected with ya!