A moment at the famous “Trolltunga” from this summer!🗻 My friends and I did a 48 hour road trip and the hike to this place is estimated 6 hour one way, 24km round trip!🚙
We then stayed there for the night and woke up to this view. With almost no people, it definitely made the experience so much different..🤤 miss these types of trips so much!!
One part of my kit that I really need to use more is my 70-200. I love the compression you get when shooting at a longer focal length, which gives great depth to an image. Also, Slovenia provided the perfect opportunities for this kind of shot! 🔍
The Silent Arctic Photographic Expedition in Greenland: Day 3. First Muskox sighting. It turns out that a lot happened on day 3. We started with a hike, so after breakfast we disembarked Opal and went ashore. There, we found a mountain hut that is used as emergency shelter, filled with old scientific instruments and relics from the 1950s and 1960s, with notes from previous pioneers and explorers. We then sailed into a valley that was completely free of snow. Here, you can imagine just how much snow piles up in winter, and I often think about what all of that will look like in 6 months time in the dead of winter, which will be coming up now. Later that afternoon, we had an amazing portrait session with Áki, our captain and Olaf, our guide. It turns that when you don’t have time to change lenses, a 500mm is pretty good for sharpness, as long you’re far away enough! We finish this day with another muskox sighting and a heart-thumping hike uphill to a view of the red island and the graveyard of icebergs, our destination for the next day, and Donna Wood sails between the ice in the last frame. #silentarctic#greenland
Bear cub shivering ❄️ info below!
Deep in a thick stand of conifers not far from the Pennsylvania border in Cattaraugus County, a 238-pound sow had hunkered down for the winter, three feet deep in the middle of blowdown on a south-facing hill.
DEC wildlife staff visited a female bear and her three male cubs to collect valuable data that will help researchers and biologists monitor black bear populations and health in New York. While the sow was sedated, biologists were able to tag the cubs and quickly gather data on all four bears.
DEC staff had handled the sow this past July in response to a nuisance situation. By placing a radio collar on her neck, DEC biologists were then able to locate her den this winter. DEC will continue to monitor the den and the cubs over the next year.
Video & info by @Nysdec, check them out for more!
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My first encounter with ancient civilization structures was with this place about one hour away from Mexico City : Teotihuacan 🇲🇽 So impressive to imagine thousands of people used to live here ages ago!
Ortalık karıştı ... mahalle kavgası var ... toplanın dedi ... birisi ... 😏👩🏻🦱🤷🏻♀️
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"Không ai biết thực sự ngày mai trông như thế nào, sẽ là mây mù u ám hay nắng sáng rực rỡ? Nhưng điều đó không quan trọng, quan trọng là sau ngày mai còn có ngày kia, chỉ cần cuộc sống chưa kết thúc thì mãi mãi vẫn có ngày mai, chúng ta mãi mãi vẫn có thể hy vọng, sau ngày hôm nay là ngày chúng ta sẽ được hạnh phúc." #tríchdẫn#quotestttd7
1 433 hours ago
Little #autumn in the middle of December in Rome 🇮🇹
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