A shot from an isolated beach in #protaras#protarasbeach In #paralimni I would have shared it weeks ago but Instagram has blocked me for almost every day. So i will reply slowly to comments and be very cautious with likes as even replying "thanks so much" during my study break can get me blocked again for weeks.
I don't think I have ever noticed the sun setting outside of my office building even though I tend to leave work around this time on many days. The season, the sharp chill in the air, the reserved pink-oranges, the mystical greys, and the solemn mauves of a winter sunset has cast a magical spell on a place I "see" every day, rendering it both unfamiliar and magical. I do not mind standing and staring even though I need to return home and begin my second "shift" of work (a shared reality for educators and many other professionals across the globe). Hard and busy days abound as do magical moments that punctuate many such days. For that, I am thankful to life. #andstillwerise#magicalsunset
Wild and wonderful!! Still working away getting the shop ready as the sun magically sets! 🌴🌅
7119 November, 2019
夕阳西下 Magical Sunset!
Day5 Tues 29th Oct'19 after Fira Three Bells, 3km hike to Skaros. It was considered the most important of Santorini's five castle fortresses. The rock was inhabited in medieval times, because the fortress constructed there offered protection from pirates. Skaros, also known as Skaros Rock, Fortress Skaros or Castle Skaros, is a rock formation and collection of ruins on the Greek island of Santorini. #sunset#magicalsunset#skaros#skarosrock#fira#santorini#greece#wongfamily#mywongfamily#mywongfamily2019
📷 Featured Photographer 📷 @philocaly.artographer - Caballo Lake State Park is located 16 miles south of Truth or Consequences, on the Rio Grande. Caballo Lake is man made, created in the 1930s when an earthen dam was built across the Rio Grande. The dam is 96 feet tall and 4,558 feet across. The size of the lake varies by season, but when it is full, it covers 11,500 acres, stretching 18 miles long, making it New Mexico's third largest lake.