The lake above the ocean on the island of Vágar. It is impressive as is, but there is more. The bottom of the cliff is full of caves! They are made by the incredibly powerful storms of the North Atlantic. 🌊 #roamthefaroeislands
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The Speckled tanager (Tangara guttata) has to be my favorite tanager species in Costa Rica. I would say there are five or six species of tanager in the country that have just spectacularly intricate plumage, but the neon colors and speckling just makes it for me.
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Simply great 😍
What is the most important quality a future wolfdog owner should have? « Honesty » —> He has to be honest with himself!
I often get messages from people who want to know if I'm selling puppies. The answer is no, I am not a breeder. My goal is to inform people, inspire them to go outside, explore, enjoying the beauty of nature and create memories with their animals.
Why I take my wolfdog on adventures?
Because I love adventuretime, exploring nature and so does he. Sharing things with him is a great way to strengthen our relationship.
Why I sharing this with you? To inspire people to go out and have a good time with their animals. If I do it with a boy like Njörd, you can do it with any regular dog.
But if you want to acquire one like Njörd you have to be honest with yourself and find out if you really have the knowledge, energy and mental strength to have this type of friend. You have to ask yourself: (1) your lifestyle (do you have time and space for it), (2) your motivations (why?) and (3) your ability to cope with difficulties (knowledge + mind). If you want a wolfdog, be honest with yourself: are you really able to get one and do you really want one?
Have a nice Sunday everyone. 🐺❤️
Standing amongst wintery giants ❄️ Seeing these enormous Sequoias covered in snow was something I had wanted to experience for quite awhile
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101 / 38. Gun Arthur Noktasi / Queenstown / Garston / Te Anau / Te Anau Yildiz Solucanlari Magarasi 🙃 Yeni Zelanda’nin guney adasinin en unlu kismi olan Fiordland National (milli) Park’a geldik bugun. 😚 Burasi Yeni Zelanda’nin en buyuk milli parki oldugu gibi dunyada ki en buyuk milli parklardan biri. 😇 Bu gece adini golunden alan Te Anau’da kalacagiz. Bu gol Yeni Zelandanin ikinci buyuk golu. 20000 yil kadar once eriyen buzullar ile olustugu icin daglara dogru uzun uzun kollari olan bir gol. 🤩 Parlayan ya da yildiz solucanlarini gorecegimiz magaraya giderken golun icinde de tekneyle gezme firsati bulduk. Kapali havaya ragmen manzara muhtesemdi. 🐛Ama bugun ki asil guzellik Parlayan / yildiz solucanlari magarasiydi. Magaranin baslangicina kadar tekneyle gittik. Orada bizi bir ekip karsiladi ve bu ilginc yaratiklarla ilgili bize detayli bilgi verdiler. Tum detaylari ileride baska bir postta yazmaya calisacagim. 🌑Magaranin icine yuruyerek girdik ozellikle ilk kismi biraz dar yariya kadar egilerek girmeniz gerekiyor. Hatta ilk kismi gectikten sonra rehber herkesin devam etmek isteyip istemedigini kendimi iyi hissetmeyen kimse var hemen bulundugumuz yeri aydinlatip geri gitmek uzere yardimci olabilecek birilerini cagirabilecegini soyledi. (Devami commentte)
101 / Day 38 Arthur Point / Queenstown / Garston / Te Anau / Te Anau Glow Worm Cave
Finally we are in Fiordland National Park. Biggest national park in new zealand and one of the biggest in the world.
We will stay in Te Anau to night which has the lake with the same name. The second biggest lake in New Zealand.
It used to be glacier 18000 years ago. While the glacier were melting it made all this area including Milford Sound. So Milford sound is actually a fiord not a sound.
Around the lake there are mountains those are up to 1800m.
The biggest highlight of the day Te Anau Glow Worm Cave. (More information will follow later)
It was an amazing experience we truly enjoyed every second 🤩🤩🤩 #newzealand#yenizelanda#vanlife#karavan