Gotta admit that I truly miss traveling! Definitely not trying to be insensitive to all the people out there struggling. The health and well being of people is the most important matter.
But setting that aside for today and for future post. We are here to show you some travel photos and prove that you can also travel, if you want to!
Here is a photo from our trip to the Philippines last year! I keep going on and on about this but this place is simply perfect. The people are kind, the food is delicious, the atmosphere is so peaceful, and you have endless adventures to take on. Grab a beer and head over to El Nido in Palawan!
Currently building a new website and going through last year's projects got me missing some amazing adventures.
Stay tuned hoping to finish the website end of April! Going to be doing a lot of my main content being showcased on it, with more blog posts and more!
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Mountains seem to answer an increasing imaginative need in the West. More and more people are discovering a desire for them, and a powerful solace in them. At bottom, mountains, like all wildernesses, challenge our complacent conviction - so easy to lapse into - that the world has been made for humans by humans. Most of us exist for most of the time in worlds which are humanly arranged, themed and controlled. One forgets that there are environments which do not respond to the flick of a switch or the twist of a dial, and which have their own rhythms and orders of existence. Mountains correct this amnesia. By speaking of greater forces than we can possibly invoke, and by confronting us with greater spans of time than we can possibly envisage, mountains refute our excessive trust in the man-made. They pose profound questions about our durability and the importance of our schemes. They induce, I suppose, a modesty in us.
- Robert MacFarlane
I love waking up early to wander quiet streets while traveling because there’s always a surprise, like finding a morning flower market
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Fall and waterfalls 🍂
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Whether you just plan a day trip to the Grand Canyon or something a bit longer, here’s a great spot to come home to after exploring the GC’s natural beauty.
Nestled at the base of Camelback Mountain, The Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia is a Spanish-villa-style property & one of Scottsdale's most luxurious desert retreats. The grounds feature pretty, floral-lined walkways and arched entrances, and the sophisticated rooms have lots of Spanish-inspired details, including dark woods and big mirrors.
Its convenient central location offers easy access to the area’s best golf, recreation, nightlife & entertainment.
Driving time to the Grand Canyon: 3 hours, 32 minutes. 📸 courtesy of @emilypokora
I INSTALLED THE TENT IN MY GARDEN ⛺
Is it a way to survive this crazy time? Sort of 😌
It is a little bit filthy tent. There are red paint smudges all over it and nobody takes credit for it. As usual 😏I love it anyway 💗
What are the rules in my tent?
1. You musn’t carry a phone.
2. You musn’t have pessimistic thoughts.
I’m very lucky to have a massive garden where I can calm. I’m thankful to have it now, so the feeling of being isolated is not that undetectable for me.
“always say “my peace is more important” when you find yourself reacting to something that doesn’t deserve your energy. prioritize your inner wellness and cultivate an active mindset of peace by consciously deciding that you’ll elevate higher than any situation that arises”
Have you ever seen this beach on Instagram? 🌴
I have already seen and I want to say that is the most beautiful that I have ever seen!
Share this post with your friend that love the beach!🤣🌴
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Video by: @sennarelax
A new hominin find 40km north of Johannesburg, South Africa has once again reshaped our understanding of human evolution.
A skull was formed back together from over 150 fragments and seemed to represent a juvenile Homo erectus who possibly only lived to a few years old. Additionally, the skull has been dated to ~2 million years old. This date not only pushes the species of H. erectus back 200,000 years but it also indicates that H. erectus may have lived side-by-side with two other hominins, Paranthropus robustus and Australopithecus sediba. This becomes interesting due to the fact that Au. sediba was thought to quite possibly be a direct ancestor to the genus Homo. However, them coexisting raises concerns on that hypothesis along with questions regarding habitat niche partitioning.
I believe because this is a fragmented juvenile skull we need to approach this with caution. Life history events in earlier hominins were not entirely similar to modern humans. Thus, early skull development needs to be taken into consideration, especially considering there is a juvenile Au. sediba crania to compare this with (though the age differences are somewhat apart as the Au. sediba MH-1 fossil is aged at early teens). Pictured: First-skull of 2mya H. erectus. Second-MH1 cranial remains.
R.I.P. RÜDIGER NEHBERG
Seine Bücher haben mich in jungen Jahren begeistert und „Abenteuer vor der Haustür“, die Serie, war nicht nur meine absolute Lieblingssendung sondern auch eine große Inspiration für JECKYBENG.
What a difference 8 weeks and some rain makes. From our walk this morning, looking across the Brindabellas to where the fires were in January.
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The Hope Bowdler hill ‘for Daniel’ gate.
I’ve had a look to see who this very personal and lovely gate is in memory of but can’t find anything online.
Whoever Daniel is or was, I’m sure they would be very happy as their gate gets to see many beautiful Shropshire sunsets.
Since ancient times, mosaic art forms have mesmerized with their distinct aesthetic and dazzling colors! Add some charm to your living space!
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Where my thoughts tend to gravitate towards this time of year... Cool mornings by a lake, birds chirping and deer frolicking.
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↟ Dusk at Rainier ↟
A little update for y’all since I’ve received a few messages; I’m back home in the states and in self isolation. To keep my roommates in Seattle safe, who are a bit older and high risk, I decided to spend this time with my younger sister to make sure I didn’t come down with Covid while traveling and potentially give it to my roommates.
That’s enough about me though; How are y’all holding up? Are you in contact with your loved ones and friends on a daily basis? One thing that I’ve really learned in the past week is that we’re all in this together ❤️
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My original plan after New Zealand was to spend a few weeks chasing good weather down the West Coast of Oregon and California. For now I’ll have to live vicariously through my archives
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Happiest by the ocean. For my entire life, I’ve lived near the ocean, or just a short drive away from it. The salty scent of the air, endless ebb and flow of the tides, and constant screech from wayward seagulls are all signals of home to me. The West Coast of NZ was no different... I immediately felt at home in this rugged and beautiful place.
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Sunrise serenity in Yosemite... Like most of you, I’d give just about anything to escape the current reality, even for just a few fleeting moments. Immersing myself in my work will have to suffice for now. I hope this video brings a few precious seconds of peace into your life 🌞
“Take a minute to just breath.” These words I keep repeating to myself amidst everything that’s going on. The last week has been spent mostly out of cell service, away from the constant news and updates. I can feel my anxiety start to spike whenever I hear an update or another country that’s closed it’s borders... So I just keep telling myself; breath deep, close your eyes, and focus on the moment right of me.