🇩🇰 Efter en lækker påskeferie tilbragt i Blokhus, er jeg hjemme i Thy igen og klar til at dele en masse nye billeder 😄 Foråret er for alvor igang, det vrimler blandt andet med sommerfugle i mine forældres have 🦋 / 🇬🇧 After having spent a great Easter vacation in Blokhus, I’m back home in Thy and ready to share a bunch of new photos 😄 Spring has finally reached Denmark, and the signs are everywhere! One of those signs are butterflies in my parents’ garden 🦋
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Meadow by Gangabal Lake , Kashmir
Image : @maehsan - Great Lakes Trek is one of the places; you would love to strike off your “bucket list” before you get married! And a fool would miss a chance to experience nature’s high! .
The world doesn’t need another copy cat. It needs YOU 💫
Funny thing is, I stole that caption. I also emulated the preset that photographers pay $100 for because they saw another photographer buy that preset and get a bunch of likes. (I couldn’t bring myself to make it look super orange though). I hear so many people these days say that they hate being labeled and just want to be their own person while at the same time copying everything that they see on social media. I went somewhere the other day and counted 12 teenagers wearing the exact same outfit- with maybe a slight variation. I feel like originality is hard to come by these days, especially in photography. I shot and edited this with a motivation to look like others and hopefully get more likes and i just wasn’t happy. Honestly, more likes don’t make me enjoy a photo more. And while I don’t see anything wrong with being influenced by others, I try to keep my own style and grow on my own. What do you think? Follow trends, do your own thing, or balance the two?
Every great city has a green story. Urban green spaces, parks and gardens should be an important consideration in the planning of every city.
5884511 April, 2019
Have you ever seen a Pink Lake? They actually do exist and they are natural. They are caused by the high level of Salt in the Water. With high temperatures and lots of sunlight Algae present in the Lake's Salt crust produces a red pigment called Beta Carotene which causes the pinkish appearance. The Lake returns back to normal in cooler months.
7774310 April, 2019
Just because it's almost falling, doesn't mean you should let it go. Instead, you should support it, hold it, grab it or push it back into place. It might still stand a chance of survival.
1,0801172 April, 2019
The secret of what you're looking for might just be in nature. It's up to you to seek it and you will surely find it.
1,25612728 March, 2019
Let bliss be your guide, for no one knows the reason for your being but you.
1,38811223 March, 2019
In and amongst the paddy rice terraces of Bali. Walking through what seemed like a never ending curves of terraces wasn't that easy especially with the heat and high humidity. The beautiful scenery and an amazing landscape made it worthwhile. Definately a must-see in Bali.