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A Journey to the ZOOM in Erlebniswelt Glenkirchen!
Took a bunch of photos since it is winter and all there wasn't too much animals out but still very cool!
There was an Alaska, Africa and Asia Exhibits. Got to say my favorite part was the Asian rain forest green house.
Well start this journey with this cute Snow Owl.
Just going to at it with putting photos up!!!
Pure water is the world's first and foremost medicine. (proverb)
Indeed. Listen to water stream, feel it on your skin, it does blow your sadness away.
Can we live without them? Respect the nature.
A few months ago, I decided to work on my first zine. It obliviously in honored to the freak zoo in my mind ;)
I created the animals using different scraps of paper (from old destroyed books, wall papers or sheets music).
I simply draw some parts of the animals and they begin to develop a life of its own !
In my zine there are 8 funny animals, each one different from the others. Alert: Their smile is contagious ^_^
After prepare we just bring clothes for a shower and change of clothes only, goods any equipment left at hotel ... eventually further journey. when they arrived at the point 0 sabang we rushed to enjoy it,
Trip to km,0.
after deliberation with all our friends and
deal we also are going with the direct aim Km.0, KM 0 this turned farthest place in Sabang, on the island Iboih only About a 25 minute drive, but. because we are very nyantai trip we also spent about 1 hour perjalanan.KM.0.
climbing and downhill journey, fortunately, not perforated smooth asphalt, the journey was comfortable until the goal. This is one of the unique city of Sabang, here everything is safe, beautiful, clean and the asphalt was very nice to drive.
The beautiful afternoon sky
photos taken at aceh great
We arrived in Hong Kong after 15 hours in the air and 8,500 miles! Enough time for 2 meals, a quick nap and for Valentina to watch 6 movies! We did pretty well until the last 1 and 1/2 hours which was essentially a test of our endurance.
We managed to find our hotel via public transportation which is well organized, efficient and cheap. Our hotel was comfortable and a welcome respite from the hustle, bustle and noise of this beautiful city nestled amongst a labyrinth of skyscrapers and towering hills.
The best way to see and feel a city is to walk the streets and figure out the public transportation system. In the two days we were there we covered about 20 miles on foot and rode on ferries, trains, subways, double decker busses and electric trams. The people of Hong Kong are friendly and helpful and often asked if we needed help when we were studying the map.
Hump day…This is one big hump. I think I’m still tired from last week’s killer work. I am definitely dragging a little. Part of this may be due to the fact that around 8:00 last night, I realized it had been two days since I’d eaten a vegetable (unless you count the few carrots and potatoes bean soup made over the weekend).
Determined to change things around today, I ate a nice salad with lunch, and as I write this post a huge pot of Vegetarian Chili is simmering on the stove. Carrots, peppers, onions, garlic, tomatoes and three beans blend with a little vinegar and a lot of spices to make this probably my favorite one-pot meal.
Last night’s basketball game left me pretty sore today. Odd little aches and pains in my left ankle, right hip, thora
hi, there. I am going to collect all my photos under this theme - craftsmanship and make it a series to share with you what I have seen over the years traveling inside Taiwan. there are truly so many experienced professionals for many traditional handmade products but they are getting older and it looks few and few young people are willing to take up these inherited arts. but, well, I can only take photos of them and hope someone will do something to preserve them.
this first one is about a clock repair shop and its owner. these photos were taken in a rush so they are not really good, I know. but I really love the smiles of this clockman and decide to let him go first. :)
this is Shan - you may learn more about me here.
Here's one that I sell around town that I titled Sedona Paradise, I really like this one.
This was filmed on 35mm in Sedona Arizona. Brings back a lot of good memories of swimming down at the creek there!
I just Want to travel the world And Scuba dive.
IT doesn't Matter how slow you Go AS long AS you Don't stop Confucius.
Some people only see a beach, I see a beautiful scuba entry Point.
Some Facts about Manta Ray:
Hungry? You can have Reindeer sausage for breakfast at the Northernmost Denny's in the World, in Fairbanks Alaska!
While you are eating don't forget to look outside your window, you could see a huge Alaskan Moose or the beautiful Northern lights dancing with color.
The Northernmost Denny's in the World, uniquely Alaska!
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....photography and artwork by @bleujay. 'Common Rocks'
Yes, I made some all-time classic snacks to share today, mozzarella sticks, baby!
So I feel pretty safe in declaring that these are well worth your time in trying them. There really is no comparing these to the frozen variety. I’m telling you, using the fresh and real mozzarella makes so much difference and then you can also have complete control over the flavor you want
Do we ever realize where are we now? We as humans live on Earth began from birth, child, growing up, until we die. We are deeply indebted to the Earth, the planet we live our beloved.
But, how much we had fouled the Earth, destroying the Earth, and make this Earth becomes no longer beautiful? Sometimes we do not realize that our actions are very damaging Earth and seem ungrateful to the Earth, which has contributed a lot to the Earth.
Therefore, we must begin to change our lives so that our actions are no longer destroy the Earth. Surely we are human beings who are not able to do all things. So, we simply do anything that we can do and do not have to force yourself. If we can o
So how far can two overland monkeys with no maps get exploring the infamously labyrinthine roads of Mexico’s Copper Canyon region?It turns out that they can make it pretty far.
The Copper Canyon region actually consists of several different canyons covering an area approximately six or seven times larger than the Grand Canyon in the United States. Some of these canyons are deeper than the Grand Canyon as well. As you can imagine, the landscapes are rather dramatic.
Urique Canyon is the deepest of all the canyons in the region. With 1870m (6135′) variation in altitude from canyon floor to rim, we knew we would be in for some spectacular views.We navigated the same winding narrow road as we had the night before. In the early morning light, the views were more spectacular and the drive was far less daunting.
Although the daylight did ser
Hello my dear friends. Today I invite you to an interesting store. It is called the "broth". In fact, this cafe. I wish that you did not have discomfort when you arrive in Kiev. I want you to know the truth about the capital and did not spend a lot of money. Therefore I tell you about the interesting places. In these places, you do not spend a lot of money.
The Cooper's Hawk's range is throughout much of the United States. The following pictures were taken in eastern Nebraska during January and February 2017.
This photograph is my favorite because the lighting was just right and the pose the hawk made.
Since I have lived here the hawk has appeared just outside my windows several times. This particular time the hawk actually waited in the tree long enough for me to grab my camera.
To get a positive identification of the hawk, I sent these pictures off to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. I thought this may be a Sharp-Shinned Hawk, but they positively identified the hawk as a Cooper's Hawk.
Cooper's Hawk range in North and Central America: