Also langsam reicht es auch mit Regen. #mussdassein ?! Schnee, Schnee, ist das so schwer zu verstehen? Oder dann gleich Frühling, wäre ich auch dafür. Das einzig gute sind die schönen Regentropfen💧 für jede Menge #wassertropfenfotografie
💧 Mal sehen wie viele ich euch noch präsentieren kann (tropf, tropf, plitsch, platsch)
✨ 2019. New year, same loveable gorgeous dogs and best friends. Or, maybe, new year and new dog or puppy??
Either way, the time we have with our furry friends is so precious and honestly, it's never long enough!
I'm currently taking bookings for photo sessions for Feb 2019 and onwards. Shoot me a message, or leave a comment and we can organise a day to have fun, go for a walk and make some beautiful keepsakes 💗🐾✨
Une belle journée comme on les aimes, du "beau" temps (enfin pas de pluie quoi🤣), des cascades, des châteaux, des points de vue, beaucoup de dénivelé et des amis au top! Y a pas plus satisfaisant comme journée, que celle ou tu transmet ta passion ☺🌲 [3/3]
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Snow has a calming effect on me. I’m willing to travel miles and miles just to be around the snow ❄️
The idea of moving to the southern states seems appealing to me sometimes but hard for me to imagine going through an entire winter without snow and freezing temperatures!
It’s a shame to see what some people are doing to Joshua tree without supervision. More of a shame that so many people need supervision to have respect for nature. I’ve had a little getaway planned for Joshua tree for about a month. While I wasn’t planning on actually going into the park this time, after seeing what’s going on and what people are doing to it I’ll be going in the early morning on the 23rd of January to anywhere that’s not closed and pick up trash, clean bathrooms and take toilet paper. I’ll have extra trash bags and cleaning supplies for anyone who sees me and is willing to help. . #joshuatree#joshuatreenationalpark .
Hidden deep within the forests of Japan is a place called Togakushi. It is considered to be a spiritual mountain with 5 shrines related to Japan’s creation myth. The site is lined by ancient cedar trees (hundreds of years old) that exude an almost spiritual feeling of the majesty and power of nature. Originally established as a pilgrimage route over 2,000 years ago, the Togakushi area has a rich history as a place of worship and is steeped in legend.