Although i do it way to seldom, i enjoy hiking in nature so much. This is the place i really feel calm and relaxed. I feel like i can breathe calmly and be alone with my thoughts here. And of course, hiking is a really good source of photographs! Where do you like to hike? Mountains or woods?
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It's in Europe. Actually, it's in North America.
It's in Portugal. A Deep Portugal, where I felt again child, where I was, without thinking where I would be later.
It is the Ilha das Flores, where the sun rises, coming from the continent, where we are so far and isolated and feel so close and comforted.
The Ilha das Flores, like that of Corvo, represents western Europe, but is already on the American tectonic plate, unlike the rest of the archipelago.
Passé les fêtes de Pâques dans le sud de la France, j'en ai profité pour aller faire quelques photos. La mer est un de mes sujets photographiques préférés donc j'ai repris mes explorations dans la zone. Voici une photo prise proche de Toulon. Je suis arrivé un peu tôt et il faisait bien gris. Mais j'ai gardé espoir d'avoir des couleurs dans le ciel. Car les nuages était pas très haut, et j'étais pile poil dans l'axe du soleil couchant. J'ai cherché mon cadrage et attendu 2 heures sur place à contempler la vue, et profiter de l'air marin. Comme quoi la patience finis toujours par payer, le ciel à prit littéralement feu dans le fonds. Des couleurs magnifiques ! #landscape#seascape#Toulon#Hyères#France#ig_france#sunset#gitzoinspires#leefilters#nikon#longexposure_world#explore#nature#travel#voyage#inspiration
"I took this photo long ago during my first exploration of Torres del Paine, but it still reminds me of Patagonia winds..." Do you have a photo of a favorite destination that always brings you right back ? (@danielkordan: Torres del Paine)
Photo by @daisygilardini |Meerkats are extremely interesting creatures. They live complex, social lives in large communities, comprised of several families.
Their social, altruistic behaviour translates to a very cooperative society, where individuals share breeding, feeding and guarding responsibilities.
The sentinel has the role of watching out for predators and other potential threats, while other family members are out of the den hunting. When a danger presents itself, the sentinel will alert the group with a high-pitched, distinctive bark. When they hear this bark, everyone looks for shelter in one of the many denning holes.
Series of images about wonderful Ergaki mountains in Russia. As in many places in Russia I needed to hike with all the food and camping + camera gear for a couple of weeks in wilderness of Siberia. The scenery with granite peaks and wildflowers is overwhelming here.
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Post Tower und Langer Eugen Bonn in schönem Licht, aufgenommen Mitte Februar.
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@Regrann from @daisygilardini - Photo by @daisygilardini | Brown bear or grizzly bear? Is there actually a difference?
According to the US National Park Service, grizzly and brown bears are the same species (Ursus arctos) but grizzlies are considered a separate subspecies (Ursus arctos horribilis). Generally in North America we refer to coastal bears as brown bears (they have access to marine food such as salmon) and to inland bears as grizzlies.
The difference in location and diet translates to a difference in size. Coastal bears (brown bears) are usually much bigger than inland bears (grizzly), as a result.
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Ascending to Kawah Ijen was quite a fun adventure, like flying to the moon. 5 hours by car from Bali, ferry in the night, jeep 1,5 hours on top village and 2 hours hike. No sleep at all - and I'm among others who wish to see blue flames inside the toxic crater. Even in the special mask sometimes it's hard to breath the sulphur gases, but locals working so hard digging the sulphur blocks and bringing 70-80 kg up the crater, even without any mask! Sulphur was burning blue indeed, but just a one little fire. March is not a great season to see blue flames: rain drops them down.
But sunrise on top of the crater was really worth the trip: sky turned pink for a moment, giving absolutely unearthy colors.
I have just got back from Svalbard and just started looking through my images. The first few days of the trip were difficult as we didn't come across any bears. Towards the end of my trip we managed to find a female who was in season and she was closely followed by this huge male. It is fascinating watching the courtship ritual of Polar Bears. Usually a female would run a mile from a male bear this big but she kind of flirts with him and encourages him. Every time she gets up the male just follows. I took this image late in the evening and the light was fading fast but you kind of get a blue hue to light which I like. I was busy following this male climbing up this iceberg through my viewfinder and at first, I didn't notice the female standing on the top. I really like the stand-off between the pair. Framed on Gitzo Systematic Tripod & Fluid Gimbal Head.
Nusfjord - the oldest fishing village in Lofoten. Hidden between fjords, quiet and peaceful ... when there are no tourists :) One of the local restaurants offers the best bacalao in the world. So when are you going to check? ;) ----------------------------------------------------- Nusfjord – najstarsza wioska rybacka na Lofotach. Schowana między fiordami, cicha i spokojna... kiedy nie ma turystów :) Jedna z tamtejszych restauracji oferuje najlepsze bacalao na świecie. Kiedy jedziecie sprawdzić? ;) -----------------------------------------------------
Lofoten, Norway 🇳🇴🇳🇴🇳🇴.