After our trip to Indonesia earlier this year, we realized that we still had so much footage that we wanted to showcase and share with you. The shots from this trip are some of our favourite that we've ever filmed.
There are so many different ways you can share this footage, so I decided to slow down the pacing and give you a relaxing journey through Labuan Bajo.
Spending a night on this little island was such an amazing and unforgetable experience. Just sitting in grass on these high cliffs, surrounded by thousands of puffins and other birds and watching both sunset and sunrise all in half an hour or so. Hope to visit again next summer!
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One more of the snow falling because I love snow and it made for a unique landscape setting that is not of the norm’ around these parts, for this time of year. Hope for many more (and bigger) snowstorms this winter ❄️
Look into my eyeball 👀// This is my last few days with my eyes as they are & have been my whole life. I wrote a thing about these eyeballs – how challenging they are, how much I cherish what they can do, how precious vision is & how I’m having surgery to *hopefully* drastically improve how my eyes work. There’s a link up in my bio if you’d like to take a read. ⬆️ TL;DR – my eyesight is stupid bad & always have been. Without corrective lenses everything is a vague blur (swipe for some examples), so I’m having ICL surgery next week to have a semi-permanent lens implanted inside my eyeballs! 🤞
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Hi folks, I am a naturalist and expedition guide. Passionate about the polar regions of our planet I embark on expedition cruise ships with @quarkexpeditions to the most remote areas of the Arctic and Antarctic, where I not only meet travelers, but also interesting locals and colleagues, experts and passionists, but also explore and discover on shore trips and hold lectures on the formation of glaciers, the development of sea ice, wildlife, ocean currents, marine debris and climate change. Join me on my adventures and explore the polar regions with my new podcast #polarfieldnotes .
‘King Tide 2016’ when I first encountered this madness and have been left in awe since. For perspective, the tide was inches above my knee. Also, If you look closely the lifeguard tower is not the same as the ones that are located at the park now. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again... if you’ve never seen King Tide in person Matheson is the place. <> #MiamiLurkers x #Tbt <>
Buy One, Get One Half Off on Prints! Surprise! I thought about saving this sale for Black Friday, but if you're anything like me, you get a little overwhelmed with all of the Black Friday deals and then you don't even know where to start! This is my biggest sale for the rest of the year and it is for TODAY only. The sale expires at 11:59 p.m. tonight (Nov. 14, 2019). If you've been wanting to buy a print, now is the perfect time. Here's how to take advantage of this deal.
Purchase the Buy One, Get One Half Off Listing (the first listing in my shop). The cost covers one print full price ($20) and one half off ($10). Leave me a note when you checkout letting me know which two prints you'd like.
It's as easy as that! Follow the link in my bio to get started!
New items. Hello KAYLA. She will help you to hold your phone, cards, money, also your lipstick for your traveling.
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Fall is in full swing here in Atlanta. Our days and nights have been so full, and I'm grateful for all of the cool things taking shape in me and around me, as well as for the new year. (2020 is going to be a sweet adventure, you guys!!) I had a twinge of something in my throat last night and woke up with a cold this morning (thank you frigid temperatures in Georgia??), but I'm embracing it all today as an opportunity to go slowly, love myself gently, and rest intentionally. #deepbreath Hope you are well, my friends 🍁💙🍁
Braies - Pragser Wildsee. The less famous lake side. Am I the only one who thinks it's beautiful as well? 🏔🌲🍂
Braies - Pragser Wildsee. La riva del lago meno famosa. Sono l'unica a trovarla altrettanto bella? 🏔🌲🍂
~ @canonitaliaspa Eos 6D - EF 17-40 mm f/4 L USM
“I do a bit. I have got a poetry journal but yeah it gets updated once a year kind of thing, you know. It’s difficult to write – in any way. As a kid, I thought that you’re just churning stuff out all the time. But there’s an effort to that, it’s not like an effortless thing. To just keep writing everything, so I definitely don’t write as much as I should. But it’s mainly because of that effort to construct something worthwhile at least. And I am quite a constructed poet really. There’s nothing free forming about how I write stuff. I try and write – it’s a good outlet. I’d say it’s mainly just like – well, one of my friends read a recent poem and put it down and said, ‘well, that’s really depressing’ [laughs]. And yeah! It kind-of is. It’s how I experience the world sometimes. And that’s not to say that its depressing but its… just yeah, a way of expressing maybe the darker undersides of our experiences, of existing. And sometimes it’s not happy, but it’s not to mean that its bad – it’s just yeah.
I think that there is a consensus that bad feelings aren’t useful to us and therefore we shouldn’t necessarily engage with them. We can discuss them, discussing bad feelings is a way to exercise them and bring about a successful and happier future. But not all discussions of bad feelings or certain things will instantly transform into those – or ever transform into those better futures, those better outcomes. But I think there is a merit in actually talking about the, discussing them and bringing them out. Because they exist, so why try to hide them? So yeah, a lot of my poetry doesn’t seek to fix the state of things with me or anyone else. It’s just to say: this happened, and how it made me feel in that moment.
Of course, like solutions are great right? And getting to that point, but that’s a huge long process. And sometimes, just acknowledging the beginning of it… I think there was someone – some famous figure said something along the lines of ‘knowing other people had depression and anxiety didn’t make me feel any better, but it makes me feel less alone’ and I think that’s a sort of important and quite powerful point to make about the way we view mental health.”
I found the only person who makes me believe that it’s possible to spend a lifetime loving someone, and to still not feel as though that was enough time.
This is so different than the way I’ve experienced love in the past. It’s the first time that I’ve fallen in love with the actual human being sitting in front of me, rather than what they represent—the larger-than-life potential that I see in them, or the intoxicating feeling of being adored.
I had come to believe that love was the hard work you put into maintaining a commitment over time; that marriage was a promise to stay loyal to someone, loving them even when you didn’t particularly like them. But when love consumes so much of our time and energy, and has the potential to bring us so much joy throughout our lives, don’t we all deserve to be recognized and loved unconditionally for exactly the person that we are?
Knowing that this kind of love actually exists makes me wish that I could pass an urgent message to my younger self. It would say: “Trust that being alone is infinitely less difficult than trying to convince the wrong people to love you. Trust that the right person will care about your happiness as much as you care about theirs. Trust that all of the effort you put into improving yourself will bring you the kind of love that you deserve someday. It will feel like a long time coming, but it will come to you as soon as you’re ready to receive it, and not a moment too late.”
Read more of my latest post, On Marriage: Recognizing & Cultivating a Love That Can Last a Lifetime, on featherflint.com. Click the link in my bio!