"رفته بودیم خارج ، بعد دو تا دختر ایرانی بودن میخواستن تو ساحل لباس عوض کنن ، مادرشون حوله رو گرفت سمت ما ، به سمت خارجیا لخت شدن .
از شمال بخوام بگم اینه ک شمال اول اکبر جوجه بوده بعد به مرور جنگل دریا در اورده 😂 وال
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The best time to visit Amagertorv square in the Strøget pedestrian zone is after rain because at that time its beautiful paving consisting of a pentagonal granite stones in five colours shine the most!
A part of the @morganharpernichols newsletter today, "I cannot tell you how much longer you will have to wait, but I can tell you that you can have joy right here, as you wonder, and you can look forward to what is to come even if you do not know exactly what you are waiting for." She somehow knows which words we can find so reassuring each day, thank you for the reminders. May you find joy today, right here in this moment 💫 #35mmjourney
It's coming out. Hey, could you see the tip of a pair of horns? Thank God, not a predator! But who then?
Wow! It's her mate! The male Shambar! He came up on the pathway, took his position just behind her love, and both looked up straight to our face. He conveyed his message very clearly, but silently, to us - "Don't dare disturbing her anyway. Mind me". What a posture! What a lovely frame! Click cluck click, before they go. Done!
The couple saw no harm coming from our end. They both took little strides and entered and got vanished in the dense bush on left of our (yours too) jeep.
And I realized, overpowered by my excitement, I didn't click a single shot in portrait mode! I have not got those beautiful tall green trees in their background till their tip! It could have been a far better feame with a far higher depth. I regret it till today.
The question is not whether or not you are religious, the question is, what is it you worship? Religion, a system of beliefs about the way of the world, is ingrained in all of us. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
It's essentially how you live
It’s not limited to the traditional view of invoking a deity, but rather something that’s embedded within you.
We are constantly looking inside and outside ourselves to make better sense of the world, coming to accept a set of assumptions about how the world is. And although it’s not always considered at the level of the intellect, your beliefs are very much reflected (and expressed) in your actions.
And in the choices you make.
We have come to accept that things are the way they are, simply because they are – without question, by experience and faith alone. You go about your business accepting that life is the way it is, without asking so much as why?
We exhibit our daily worship rituals in our routines & habits
We make decisions and spend our time, on the things we have come to accept to value.
Surrendering our selves to the wills of the world, without so much as a whimper. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
So religion in this sense, is alive and well, The concern then is not whether you believe or not, the concern is, what is it that you believe exactly and why?
What is it YOU worship?
Because what you to worship remains within the realm of your control, something you can choose. It is something you can become conscious of and commit your self to.
And by owning it, you can transform it and ultimately transform yourself.
All Photo Credit: @giuliobertocci_ph
मी सायकल आणि बाबा खूप जुनी आठवण आहे ही माझी कोकणातली ❤
शब्द नाही आहेत ह्या ट्राय अँगल बद्दल बोलण्या इतके शेवटी ते कोकणातील बालपण आहे माझे 😍❤ Life in Motion.
Panning shots require a good amount of patience and practice to master.
But this picture was shot under completely unfavourable circumstances.
Shot this image from the canoe which was moving exactly the opposite direction as of the cycle. Pause for a moment and think.
The subject moving exactly the opposite direction made it more challenging to take a shot. As a result of this you could see that the image came out a little blurred, but happily sharing this image because sharpness isn’t everything in photography. :) .
Reposted from @iam_ali007
#Bakarwals are nomadic herders of #India 's #Jammu - #Kashmir state who wander in search of good pastures for their cattle. Every year in #April - #May more than one hundred thousand people from the #nomadic Bakarwal tribes arrive in the meadows of Kashmir and parts of #Ladakh from areas of the Jammu region with their flocks of #cattle and #sheep . After crossing #snowymountains with their cattle and belongings, Kashmir valley's lush #green#meadows become their home from April to #September , after which they begin their return journey. This seasonal shifting of “homes” ensures a regular flow of income for the families. The #Gujjars and #Bakarwals are the two unique ethnic groups that rear flocks of sheep and goat between high and low altitudes of #WesternHimalayas . In summer, these groups migrate to upper reaches of the valley and in winter, they take their flocks to the lower areas of the valley to protect themselves from the harsh cold. Karim Chopan, 40 - a Bakharwal nomad - said: “Our life revolves around our flocks. We setup our camps wherever our flocks are safe." The annual migration starts when the summers hit the northern hemisphere in the months of April and May and these people start their migration from the hotter areas of Jammu region to colder, mountainous region of Kashmir. As with all nomadic communities, the lifestyle of the Bakarwal shuttles between intense movement and utter stillness - it is like being privy to completely different ways of living. .
Chasing Iconic Waterfalls of Wells Gray...
Welcome to Helmcken Falls in British Columbia, Canada. This 141 m waterfall on the Murtle River is within Wells Gray Provincial Park. The protection of Helmcken Falls was one of the reasons for the creation of Wells Gray Provincial Park in 1939. These falls are the fourth highest waterfall in Canada, measured by total straight drop without a break. Uncover the mystical places that romantics, adventurers and photographers come here to find! With 41 named waterfalls (and counting!), and even more tucked into the wilds, discover why Wells Gray is also known as the land of waterfalls.