Discoverer @danieldavidshalibo in Ennetbürgen, Switzerland. "In the Swiss Alps, 3,000 ft (914 m) above sea level, I found this incredible view. It was much more than another rooftop infinity pool in the Swiss alps, it was a stairway to heaven, I would say. With breathtaking views of the gorgeous Lake Lucerne, I really found myself in paradise and it still feels like home." #thediscoverer
Starting at dawn , many shikaras loaded with fresh vegetables and flowers are brought to this floating market on Dal lake every morning is an absolute treat to watch !! dotted with vibrant colors , this place gets interesting as more and more shikaras start coming in.Breaking the morning silence , this place turns into a hustling and bustling market quickly and interesting to watch the bargaining which takes place in a very short span of time as this market closes as soon as the sun comes over the horizon !! . . . Picture by @prasun.mitra . .
Why did we use to desaturate life? I mean when we have or see something amazing we start to compare, look for a weaknesses, be afraid of what might happen. Thank I think most of the time we are loosing much more than saving. . У меня иногда то, что написано на английском, абсолютно не ложится на русский, и наоборот. И это именно тот случай 😁 #kaioshk_portugal
Likely the most famous tree in Ontario, it’s suitably named “The Tree”. This was long exposure taken during a star trails session last November. You may recognize it from a selfie with the star trails earlier in my IG feed. Chanel and I slept in the parking lot because the park was officially closed for the winter. The full moon lit up the entire foreground providing lots of details. The star trails were kind of wrecked when clouds now in obscuring the view but I thought this image still worked out pretty good! Killbear Provincial Park. #killbear@ontarioparks@ontariotravel#nightphotography#thetree