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The point is not to work out what it is, but to show how weird and wonderful the world can look from above.
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    The point is not to work out what it is, but to show how weird and wonderful the world can look from above.
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We wanted to start today off remaining you how awesome the weather has been lately. With record high temps and more warm weather to come we figured there’s no better way than showcasing our next flier feature throwback with THIS photo. Imagine, you’re on the most incredible experience of your life with the doors off and your feet hanging over Central Park as the warm air runs through you hair. That’s just what happened here with one of our favorite shoe selfie shots ever. -
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  • 🔴 Flights are 60% OFF! 🚁 Use Code: TEAMNYON 🚁
    ✨ We love our NYON Fliers✨
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    📸 We are highlighting some of our FAVORITE photos & videos from YOU! Use #FlyNYON & tag @FlyNYON for a chance to be featured!
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    🥳 Incredible Photo By: @jon.meador 🥳
    We wanted to start today off remaining you how awesome the weather has been lately. With record high temps and more warm weather to come we figured there’s no better way than showcasing our next flier feature throwback with THIS photo. Imagine, you’re on the most incredible experience of your life with the doors off and your feet hanging over Central Park as the warm air runs through you hair. That’s just what happened here with one of our favorite shoe selfie shots ever. -
    📆 Not sure when to fly? Buy NOW and schedule LATER! ✨ You have 14 months to redeem the credits OR give them as a gift! 📆
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  • Untuk anak-anakku di masa depan nanti, semoga suatu hari kamu baca beberapa pesan ini ~

Dunia ini sangat luas dan kamu harus pergi keluar sana, bertemu orang-orang baru. Banyak hal yang bisa kamu pelajari di luar sana dan tidak akan kamu dapatkan kalau kalian hanya berdiam di satu titik.

Jangan pernah melihat sesuatu hanya dari satu sudut pandang. Coba tengok sudut lain dan kalian akan menemukan keindahan tersebut.
Sama halnya manusia. Cobalah untuk mengenalnya tidak hanya dari sudut pandang orang lain, tapi melalui sudut pandangmu sendiri. 
Berikan "nilai" pada orang tersebut dan kau akan lebih menghargai setiap detik bersama mereka.
Karena setiap orang itu mempunyai keunikannya masing-masing dan mereka berhak untuk tumbuh menjadi versi terbaik dari diri mereka. Berikan ruang itu.

Jangan takut untuk menjadi beda dari yang lain. Justru kalian harus takut kalau kalian hanya bisa sama dengan yang lain & hanya mengikuti arus.

Yang terakhir, saya tidak memaksa kalian menjadi orang yang mempunyai "power" di tempat kalian bernaung.
Cukup menjadi manusia yang mempunyai hati dan memperlakukan orang lain selayaknya manusia ~

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Anyway, Happy Chinese year in advance!
Aauuoouuoo 🐒

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#chinesetemple #chineseyear #culture #architecturephotography #architecturaldetail #aerialphotography #perspectivephotography #messageoftheday #dji #chinesenewyear #mavicmini #djimavicmini
  • Untuk anak-anakku di masa depan nanti, semoga suatu hari kamu baca beberapa pesan ini ~

    Dunia ini sangat luas dan kamu harus pergi keluar sana, bertemu orang-orang baru. Banyak hal yang bisa kamu pelajari di luar sana dan tidak akan kamu dapatkan kalau kalian hanya berdiam di satu titik.

    Jangan pernah melihat sesuatu hanya dari satu sudut pandang. Coba tengok sudut lain dan kalian akan menemukan keindahan tersebut.
    Sama halnya manusia. Cobalah untuk mengenalnya tidak hanya dari sudut pandang orang lain, tapi melalui sudut pandangmu sendiri.
    Berikan "nilai" pada orang tersebut dan kau akan lebih menghargai setiap detik bersama mereka.
    Karena setiap orang itu mempunyai keunikannya masing-masing dan mereka berhak untuk tumbuh menjadi versi terbaik dari diri mereka. Berikan ruang itu.

    Jangan takut untuk menjadi beda dari yang lain. Justru kalian harus takut kalau kalian hanya bisa sama dengan yang lain & hanya mengikuti arus.

    Yang terakhir, saya tidak memaksa kalian menjadi orang yang mempunyai "power" di tempat kalian bernaung.
    Cukup menjadi manusia yang mempunyai hati dan memperlakukan orang lain selayaknya manusia ~

    Love,
    Dee
    .
    .
    .
    Anyway, Happy Chinese year in advance!
    Aauuoouuoo 🐒

    Gear : DJI Mavic Mini
    #chinesetemple #chineseyear #culture #architecturephotography #architecturaldetail #aerialphotography #perspectivephotography #messageoftheday #dji #chinesenewyear #mavicmini #djimavicmini
  • 0 0 12 hours ago
  • In the past thirty years, the temperature in Phoenix, Arizona has exceeded 100 degrees at an average of 110 days per year. Extreme temperature events are not only caused by rising daytime temperatures but are exacerbated by higher nighttime lows due to the Urban Heat Island (UHI) effect. While areas with more vegetation observe significant cooling after the sun sets, UHI areas do not. In urban areas made up of high concentrations of concrete, buildings absorb and store heat throughout the day. In the evening, UHI areas offset natural nocturnal cooling patterns as buildings transfer this heat they have stored back into the surrounding air at night. Factors that cause UHI, such as solar exposure, poor air flow, and insufficient sky exposure for heat loss, can be minimized by careful consideration of building geometry and relationship between congruent buildings and spaces.

Street canyons describe the width to height ratio of streets to adjacent buildings. These ratios play significant roles in the magnitude of the UHI affect. Traditional compact urban design has been based on the notion that lower solar exposure always yields lower ambient temperatures. However, while narrower street canyons of a 1:3 ratio or higher do block direct sunlight upon pedestrians, overall such high ratios are counterproductive to reducing the UHI effect, as deeper canyons do not provide sufficient sky view for facilitating heat escape. Street canyons of 1:2 proportions are ideal for balancing minimal solar exposure and maximum heat exchange.

Additionally, insufficient air ventilation causes ambient heat to stay trapped within UHIs, preventing natural cooler low temperatures at night. Urban air flow can be increased using building design and layout. Studies have shown that porous urban landscapes, which leave significant and intermittent spaces throughout the street wall volume, promote air flow that pushes out heat. Placing towers diagonally on a block, with open space on the other two corners produces optimum ventilation.
  • In the past thirty years, the temperature in Phoenix, Arizona has exceeded 100 degrees at an average of 110 days per year. Extreme temperature events are not only caused by rising daytime temperatures but are exacerbated by higher nighttime lows due to the Urban Heat Island (UHI) effect. While areas with more vegetation observe significant cooling after the sun sets, UHI areas do not. In urban areas made up of high concentrations of concrete, buildings absorb and store heat throughout the day. In the evening, UHI areas offset natural nocturnal cooling patterns as buildings transfer this heat they have stored back into the surrounding air at night. Factors that cause UHI, such as solar exposure, poor air flow, and insufficient sky exposure for heat loss, can be minimized by careful consideration of building geometry and relationship between congruent buildings and spaces.

    Street canyons describe the width to height ratio of streets to adjacent buildings. These ratios play significant roles in the magnitude of the UHI affect. Traditional compact urban design has been based on the notion that lower solar exposure always yields lower ambient temperatures. However, while narrower street canyons of a 1:3 ratio or higher do block direct sunlight upon pedestrians, overall such high ratios are counterproductive to reducing the UHI effect, as deeper canyons do not provide sufficient sky view for facilitating heat escape. Street canyons of 1:2 proportions are ideal for balancing minimal solar exposure and maximum heat exchange.

    Additionally, insufficient air ventilation causes ambient heat to stay trapped within UHIs, preventing natural cooler low temperatures at night. Urban air flow can be increased using building design and layout. Studies have shown that porous urban landscapes, which leave significant and intermittent spaces throughout the street wall volume, promote air flow that pushes out heat. Placing towers diagonally on a block, with open space on the other two corners produces optimum ventilation.
  • 22 2 13 hours ago
  • Walked all the way down Coogee beach and found this cool little spot. I did get  sunstroke but at least I got a few good shots!
  • Walked all the way down Coogee beach and found this cool little spot. I did get sunstroke but at least I got a few good shots!
  • 25 3 13 hours ago
  • One of the many caves and hidden spots where they mine a rare mountain jade. Locals in the Fiordland National Park are the only ones with the licence to find these rare stones and you can see them chopper into these areas to find these.
  • One of the many caves and hidden spots where they mine a rare mountain jade. Locals in the Fiordland National Park are the only ones with the licence to find these rare stones and you can see them chopper into these areas to find these.
  • 8 1 13 hours ago
  • Robert F. Kennedy Bridge: seen through the @moment anamorphic lens! 🚁🎥📸
  • Robert F. Kennedy Bridge: seen through the @moment anamorphic lens! 🚁🎥📸
  • 5 2 18 hours ago