Sunsets are so different. The color of the sunset depends on the clouds. The water of the lakes adds symmetry and brilliance. But most importantly, the sunset changes every minute. I share with you photos of sunsets in Belarus:
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A few days ago, I set forth on a journey to Bahamas, a place I've always wanted to visit since I was very young.
My first few nights would be spent at the popular holiday resort named Atlantis, supposedly a lost civilization that fell out of favor with the gods and became submerged under the sea.
Throughout the resort, there are recurring themes of Mayan and Aztec ruins which were believed to be remnants of the lost city of Atlantis.
Let's delve a little deeper into this Paradise Island and see whether we can uncover some mysteries surrounding the lost civilization of Atlantis, and also see what more this resort has to offer!
The Royal Towers are frequently used as the representative image of Atlantis because of its grand and imposing design. Aside from that it is also surrounded by the Aquacenter water park and a large number of aquariums home to many exotic species of aquatic life.
Many parts of the Royal Towers are built on water. It's quite amazing to see how integrated th
It was August 2010 when I taken this photo visiting the chinese temple in Koh Phangan (Thailand)
This is one of my first HDR editing
55mm (DX format) 1/800 sec. - f/8 - ISO 400
If you like it... Enjoy, upvote and follow me ;)
The entire hotel is made out of snow and ice blocks from the Torne River, even the glasses in the bar are made of ice. Each spring, around March, Icehotel harvests tons of ice from the frozen Torne River and stores it in a nearby production hall with room for over 900 t (990 short tons) of ice and 27,000 t (30,000 short tons) of snow.
I took this photo a few months ago on one of my many walks up Queenstown Hill, in Queenstown where I live. I often walk up Queenstown Hill when I am taking a break from painting in my studio.
There are loads of European trees that have been introduced into New Zealand.
I hope you like my photo :)
if u ever plan to visit croatia this is one of the most beautiful towns on the croatian coast, enjoy the promo video and a few my pictures :)
I wrote this when I saw another steemian dedicate a poem ... so here is mine
Time is our witness
To the tales untold
Time is our witness
of our spirit and will
Wither our memories
But time stay true
Always with heart
So we shall never Rue.
Every year I try and do at least one super duper challenge. Most notably for the last three years running I've done a 24-hour bike ride to see if I can beat my previous distance.
My first 24-hour attempt back in 2014 with was with a buddy. We managed to do 280 miles / 450km in a triangle from London to Leicester to Bristol and almost back to London. However, in 2015 I wanted to go further and I also wanted to do it solo and unsupported.
I had a look at the map of the UK and tried to find a large town that was a challenging yet somewhat achievable distance from London. I wanted to hit a big town because it would make accommodation and return travel a lot easier - I wasn't going to ride back lol. It would also make it easier for people with knowledge of the geography of the UK put the ride's distance into context. 300 miles was my goal. I decided on Newcastle.
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I am currently from the Dallas area, Texas; however when I was younger I spent a few years in Seoul, South Korea. My father had the opportunity to return to his family after serving for few months as a fighter pilot in operation iraqi freedom, but only if he left for Yungsan, an army base in Seoul, to do diplomatic work for the American Embassy.
So the year was 2002 and I had just got my dad back physically safe and 5 months early, but the news that I had to move to Korea terrified me as an 11 year old boy with fair irish skin. I didn't know what Seoul would be like, but I thought the culture shock would hit me hard. I had lived out of country once before, but I spent it in England and Europe for most of the trip. I thought I would be trapped in a sea of miscommunication and a culture that was so di
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경치빨, 조명빨에 도시 자체가 이쁘다보니
저같은 초보가 폰카만 눌러도 사진이 나오더라구요ㅎㅎ
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특히나 야경은 부다페스트가 참 기억에 많이 남죠
여러가지로... 제겐 의미 있는 도시였네요
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그 중 3개만 먼저 올려봅니다.
유럽 가실 분들은 꼭~ 부다페스트를 들러보세요.
물가 저렴하고 야경 이쁘고
또... 눈이 즐거워요ㅎ 아무래도... 네... 동
NilGiri is the most elevated slope resort of Bangladesh. It's found 47 km South-East of Bandarban town on Chimbuk Range at a tallness of 2400 feet from ocean level. This lovely resort in the highest point of the mountain keep up by the Bangladesh Army.
It is truly astonishing to see the overcast sky frequently kisses the pinnacle of the slope. One can truly play with the cloud and touch them! This is the most appealing spot of Bangladesh for the individuals who cherish slopes and mists.
The most effective method to go:
It is 47 KM far from Bandarban. In the event that you get on a Bus from Dhaka at around 10 o'clock you will achieve Bandarban at first light. For better opportunity one can lease a small scale transport or auto from Dhaka. To spare time you can achieve Cox's Bazaar via air for onwards move to Nilgiri by transport or lease an auto. You need to remain at Bandarban lodging and following day you can