📷: Sony 7RII, Sigma 24-70
📝: To the people:
One o the best thing of travel is to get to know a new culture, and is in that process, where you understand that the history, education, traditions, and all the collective thinking, shapes the behavior of the people and marks the difference between the way you think and behave and the others.
Is here when you understand that you cannot judge, and you just have to let yourself to immerse and learn why and how other do different, what you always did the other way.
When @foxsbackpack asked me whether I wanted to go with her on a road trip I was pretty excited, I didn’t know what to expect. The day before leaving we looked for the possible places to visit. Where we were going to sleep wasn’t planned and ended up booking a room in hotels every last-minute.
The whole as been a blast, we travelled for about 1200km through four main countries, got some fines and broke the mirror of the car. Oh yeah, we got some nice shots!
Also, @benthemountaindog has been a great companion for the trip, this was the only minute I actually saw him standing still. ⛰️
Never let your dreams be dreams. I was thinking about visiting Jordan for so long... As soon as I had the opportunity to visit this wonderful country, I jumped on it and experienced some of the best travel moments ever.
At the end there's light.
I really didn't think, that just a few days relaxing in South Tyrol would be so good. Treating meself well right now, a bit hiking here, a bit photography there with a huge chill factor. I guess, I'm prepared for next week's adventure in Austria.
We need it, but we also defile it 💧
As a water sign person, I find
myself happy in the places where water is the main element. Not that I love being "drowned" but you know, sea, river, lake, or even a waterfall
I love being surrounded by water, I love swimming, I love those places where water flows freely like a soul that doesn't want to be restrained
But, I don't think I've returned the favor, I don't think that I've preserved the nature properly, I don't think that I've made a big change in myself that can lead to a better and a cleaner world, especially for the water elements
So let's start with the small things; 👉🏻👉🏻👉🏻
I turned a year older this week, & I think Mother Nature might have helped make all my birthday wishes come true by blessing us with a beautiful sunrise, sunset, supermoon, AND sea of clouds 😱😍🙏✨
Some people visit Alishan multiple times without being able to see any of those miracles, & yet here I was getting to witness all of these extraordinary occurrences during my first visit to Alishan. I am beyond grateful & filled to the brim with happiness 😭💖💖
The fact that the last supermoon of 2019 also fell on my birthday & coincided with the spring equinox (something that hasn’t happened since March 2000 & won’t occur again for another 11 years), also felt significant. I know it’s probably silly to think, but it did feel like an extra special little gift. 🥰
Thank you to everyone who wished me a happy birthday & for all the love you send to me every single day!! ❤️
Feeling so grateful for another trip around the sun and the opportunity to live a life full of abundance & joy 🙏✨
p.s. - swipe right to see some photos I took with my iPhone & a little drone clip of the magic @tom.shu & I got to experience these last couple days! More Alishan photos to come! 🌸
Leaving my day job and returning to school has been one of the best decision I have made! I have found great new friends and had cool advetures with them like this one from earlier this winter with @kaspergaram🌌 Hope all you have a great weekend!👊 #korvaamaton#ilmastovaalit#nytonpakko#protectourwinters
Alberta looking it's finest as always🌲 @travelalberta ... I feel that the perfection of the craft is never the hard part.. it's the consistency that come after it, that is the hardest part... the continued hunt to re-craft & push your own abilities