Well, I guess back in the box you go for another 2 weeks. 😞
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Another day in paradise ☀️🌊🏝
But we also miss home. In fact it is snowing like crazy back home 🤩‼ But for now we will have to endure the beautiful Maldivian beach for another few days...🐬🐠🐢 .
We walked along the shore of the lake. — Мы шли вдоль берега озера. 👫
She began to swim to shore. — Она начала плыть к берегу.
I sat on the shore and looked at the sea. — Я сидел на берегу и смотрел на море. 🏝
We need to swim to that shore, my grandfather lives there. — Надо плыть на тот берег, там мой дедушка живет. 👴
The last tender for shore departs in five minutes. — Последний катер на берег отправляется через 5 минут. ⛴
We must get back to the shore. — Нам нужно вернуться на берег. 🏞 * ASHORE [эш'о(р)] — на берег, на берегу, к берегу, на суше
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Travel, home, repeat 😬
My life this year has been all about travelling. I've gone on atleast one trip every month this year. My 2019 new year resolution was to travel a lot and looks like I've done well ;) Especially the idea to travel with different people from my Instagram family. I've to start packing for my 5th and last group trip for this year and I'm pretty excited to meet the bunch of new people again :)
Travelling is definitely a lot of fun. You get to see so many new places, new cultures, amazing people. It teaches you how to accept different things and beings. It shows you how you are a teeny bit of this whole world you live in and that there are so many different aspects that we don't even know about while sitting at home. Traveling is not important, but it's a way by which you can possibly learn more and let go inhibitions, fears and judgements. So if you have the time and means, travel a little guys :) Alone, with friends or family, with a group of strangers, however you like to :)
I'm off to Thailand day after tomorrow and it's mostly going to be the beach life again. This photo is from elephant beach at andamans. Just preparing myself to live by the water and have monica (from friends) beach hair by looking at some old photos from this year. It's time to tan again 🙈 I'm going to get busy from tomorrow but the stories will be updated as always :) Hopefully the Thailand group has lots of fun with me on this trip. Let's get packing 😬 Also, my top in this photo says unstoppable, but I think at some point I need to put a tiny break to the back to back travelling 🙈 I feel like I might be going slightly crazy with the packing, waking up at a new place every 2 weeks and eating out all the time! Also, my brats might disown me and move to Shanta aunty's home 😂 For now I can't stop, but apna time aayega 😜
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"Красный дом", композиция из дерева (бронь)
Еще одна работа с использованием коры пробкового дерева. Очень новогодняя, по-моему😊
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The Coastline Paradox
“The coastline paradox is the counterintuitive observation that the coastline of a landmass does not have a well-defined length. This results from the fractal-like properties of coastlines, i.e., the fact that a coastline typically has a fractal dimension (which in fact makes the notion of length inapplicable). The first recorded observation of this phenomenon was by Lewis Fry Richardson and it was expanded upon by Benoit Mandelbrot.”
“The measured length of the coastline depends on the method used to measure it and the degree of cartographic generalization. Since a landmass has features at all scales, from hundreds of kilometers in size to tiny fractions of a millimeter and below, there is no obvious size of the smallest feature that should be taken into consideration when measuring, and hence no single well-defined perimeter to the landmass. Various approximations exist when specific assumptions are made about minimum feature size.”
“The problem is fundamentally different from the measurement of other, simpler edges. It is possible, for example, to accurately measure the length of a straight, idealized metal bar by using a measurement device to determine that the length is less than a certain amount and greater than another amount—that is, to measure it within a certain degree of uncertainty. The more accurate the measurement device, the closer results will be to the true length of the edge. When measuring a coastline, however, the issue is that the result does not increase in accuracy for an increase in measurement —it only increases; unlike with the metal bar, there is no way to obtain a maximum value for the length of the coastline.”
“Example: If the coastline of Great Britain is measured using units 100 km (62 mi) long, then the length of the coastline is approximately 2,800 km (1,700 mi). With 50 km (31 mi) units, the total length is approximately 3,400 km (2,100 mi), approximately 600 km (370 mi) longer.”