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  • Let the light shine on you 🗻☀️
  • Let the light shine on you 🗻☀️
  • 455 10 7 hours ago
  • Two summers ago, I enjoyed the last few bites of my dinner as the sun set on this rainbow butte. My friend and I marveled at a spider wasp nearby, and as blue hour faded into black, we watched the stars slowly take over the sky. It was late July in southern Utah, and when the breeze picked up, it felt like the earth was kissing our bare skin. We poured more wine and kicked back in our flimsy little camp chairs, soaking up every second of this perfect evening. I put a lid on my mug, figuring it would be an adequate barrier for most of the bugs, and plunked it down in the dirt. Unbeknownst to me, a large moth crawled into the drinking slot, and when I took my next sip I nearly gagged. It went right into the space between my tongue and the roof of my mouth, and it was hairy, soft and definitely still alive. The force with which I spat the moth to the ground killed it, though I imagine the amount of wine it consumed softened the blow. I was laughing in disbelief throughout the entire ordeal, but the sensation of a live insect in my mouth is something I’ll never forget. Funny how that is a stronger memory than the sunset glow on these colorful striations, but hopefully a few more trips to this spot will change that. Oh, and I now use mag slider lids on all of my camping mugs. 🙅🏻‍♀️
  • Two summers ago, I enjoyed the last few bites of my dinner as the sun set on this rainbow butte. My friend and I marveled at a spider wasp nearby, and as blue hour faded into black, we watched the stars slowly take over the sky. It was late July in southern Utah, and when the breeze picked up, it felt like the earth was kissing our bare skin. We poured more wine and kicked back in our flimsy little camp chairs, soaking up every second of this perfect evening. I put a lid on my mug, figuring it would be an adequate barrier for most of the bugs, and plunked it down in the dirt. Unbeknownst to me, a large moth crawled into the drinking slot, and when I took my next sip I nearly gagged. It went right into the space between my tongue and the roof of my mouth, and it was hairy, soft and definitely still alive. The force with which I spat the moth to the ground killed it, though I imagine the amount of wine it consumed softened the blow. I was laughing in disbelief throughout the entire ordeal, but the sensation of a live insect in my mouth is something I’ll never forget. Funny how that is a stronger memory than the sunset glow on these colorful striations, but hopefully a few more trips to this spot will change that. Oh, and I now use mag slider lids on all of my camping mugs. 🙅🏻‍♀️
  • 544 19 56 minutes ago
  • 叱吒風雲我任意闖萬眾仰望
叱吒風雲我絕不需往後看
翻天覆地我定我寫自我的法律
  • 叱吒風雲我任意闖萬眾仰望
    叱吒風雲我絕不需往後看
    翻天覆地我定我寫自我的法律
  • 388 5 8 hours ago
  • Rahajeng Nyanggra Rahina Galungan lan Kuningan 🕉🙏🏻✨
Selamat Hari Raya Galungan & Kuningan.
Dumogi Ida Sang Hyang Widhi Waca ngicening kerahayuan ring sajeroning umat.
  • Rahajeng Nyanggra Rahina Galungan lan Kuningan 🕉🙏🏻✨
    Selamat Hari Raya Galungan & Kuningan.
    Dumogi Ida Sang Hyang Widhi Waca ngicening kerahayuan ring sajeroning umat.
  • 6,716 134 5 hours ago

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  • Contrast of environments 🌿✨
  • Contrast of environments 🌿✨
  • 1 1 1 minute ago
  • Destellos del amanecer...
  • Destellos del amanecer...
  • 12 1 2 minutes ago
  • Today's shoot with @bapt.petit 💯 - canon 50mm
  • Today's shoot with @bapt.petit 💯 - canon 50mm
  • 4 1 4 minutes ago
  • A butterfly lights beside us like a sunbeam, 
and for a brief moment its glory and beauty belong to our world....
But then it flies on again,
And although we wish it could have stayed,
We are so thankful to have seen it at all. ~Author Unknown .

Monarch butterflies navigate a distance of ~3000m (4800 km) each fall from Canada to Mexico and return in the spring. These annual migrations across North America have been called "one of the most spectacular natural phenomena in the world". Starting in September, eastern and northeastern populations migrate from southern Canada and the United States to overwintering sites in central Mexico where they arrive around November. They start the return trip in March, arriving around July. No individual butterfly completes the entire round trip as four generations are involved in the annual cycle.
#chasingzebrasphotography
  • A butterfly lights beside us like a sunbeam,
    and for a brief moment its glory and beauty belong to our world....
    But then it flies on again,
    And although we wish it could have stayed,
    We are so thankful to have seen it at all. ~Author Unknown .

    Monarch butterflies navigate a distance of ~3000m (4800 km) each fall from Canada to Mexico and return in the spring. These annual migrations across North America have been called "one of the most spectacular natural phenomena in the world". Starting in September, eastern and northeastern populations migrate from southern Canada and the United States to overwintering sites in central Mexico where they arrive around November. They start the return trip in March, arriving around July. No individual butterfly completes the entire round trip as four generations are involved in the annual cycle.
    #chasingzebrasphotography
  • 8 1 5 minutes ago
  • Jaguars: big cats that have strength and grace so mesmerizing that it's impossible to look away. Even after they leave view, you are still straining for one more glimpse.
  • Jaguars: big cats that have strength and grace so mesmerizing that it's impossible to look away. Even after they leave view, you are still straining for one more glimpse.
  • 9 1 6 minutes ago
  • The Krobos are an ethnic group from the Eastern Region of Ghana. They are divided into the Manya and the Yilo. The exact date on which the Krobos divided themselves into Yilo and Manya still remains a mistery. In earlier years Manya Krobo was referred by the Government of Ghana as Eastern Krobo, whilst the Yilo Krobo was referred as the Western Krobo. From that date to this day, the Krobo have been administered as two separate States, named today as Manya and Yilo Krobo.
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The Krobo People of Ghana to 1892: A Political and Social History. Louis Edward Wilson Ohio University, Center for International Studies, 1991
  • The Krobos are an ethnic group from the Eastern Region of Ghana. They are divided into the Manya and the Yilo. The exact date on which the Krobos divided themselves into Yilo and Manya still remains a mistery. In earlier years Manya Krobo was referred by the Government of Ghana as Eastern Krobo, whilst the Yilo Krobo was referred as the Western Krobo. From that date to this day, the Krobo have been administered as two separate States, named today as Manya and Yilo Krobo.



    Photo by @anthony_pappone



    The Krobo People of Ghana to 1892: A Political and Social History. Louis Edward Wilson Ohio University, Center for International Studies, 1991
  • 42 1 7 minutes ago
  • One of many mornings at this gorgeous place 🌅
  • One of many mornings at this gorgeous place 🌅
  • 9 5 11 minutes ago