“And if these mountains had eyes, they would wake to find two strangers in their fences, standing in admiration as a breathing red pours its tinge upon earth's shore. These mountains, which have seen untold sunrises, long to thunder praise but stand reverent, silent so that man's weak praise should be given God's attention.”
- Donald Miller in one of my favorite books “Through Painted Deserts: Light, God, and Beauty on the Open Road”
Life gets so busy at times that we forget to take the time out that we need to rest and restore. ⠀
I love that we get to head to amazingly beautiful places during the week when most of the world is still at work. ⠀
It is a super reason that I love my online business so much. ⠀
Taking time out to do the things you love to do fills our cups up and then we can give from the overflow. ⠀
I thought the rock formations here were sooo wicked cool. The big slabs, sharp as a knife some seemed. This is what happened after the eruption 🌋 We had to walk into and out of this, sometimes via rope. Many spots along this trail where it had to be done.
Fun Fact: this photo is in color. There is no bad weather. Just bad gear.
While I don’t think this saying is true 100% of the time, I like the concept behind it.
It rained almost the entire time I was in Harpers Ferry over the weekend, which may qualify as “bad weather”. The rain and the mist gave the entire town a really cool eerie look. Sometimes you just need to gear up and do it anyway.
“As she heard the good news of God’s love and the life, death and resurrection of Jesus for the first time, her eyes lit up, and her face filled with a joy I had never seen before.” -Randi
While this isn’t the woman described in this quote, we have the privilege of seeing this time and time again while we travel and share the gospel with people who have never heard it before! 📷: @thatonevanskid
Maybe my favorite part of exploring @skibig3 was the insane views in every direction. At times it’s almost a little hard to ski because your eyes are wanting to look at all the peaks around you! Then once you’re done skiing, you look at more mountains from the warmth of the fireplace or over drinks (or both 🍻).
Did you know that most diamonds are 1-3 billion years old…?! // Even though it sometimes felt like a new frontier, there’s so much about Yellowknife that’s ancient. It sits on the western edge of the Canadian Shield, an expansive geological area where glaciers from the last ice age scraped the earth down to bare rock, exposing the core of North America. The shield was the first part of North America to rise permanently above sea level, and it’s the largest mass of exposed Precambrian rock on Earth. It’s around 4 billion years old — can you imagine? The rocks here are igneous and metamorphic (which explains the ubiquity of diamond mining nearby: diamonds usually come up to Earth’s surface in volcanic eruptions and hang out in igneous rocks like kimberlites). The scanty layer of soil covering the shield somehow doesn’t deter the spruce, birch, jack pine, and lichen that dominate the flora in the YK area. Not much else is up for the challenge of growing seemingly straight out of stone. // Learning all this made me feel like we were so close to the soul of our planet. Hiking around Yellowknife intensified the meaning of a favorite quote of mine by Thich Nhat Hanh: “Walk as if you are kissing the earth with your feet.” In YK, this rings especially true.
wilujeung enjing wargi wargi :)
maafnih potonya baru di upload,ini Foto kemarin barang kang @ajiee_g@shidiqijlal -raihan @kang_kusna04 di Trasering Waspada Bayongbong,lumayan lah ya hehe.
sedikit cerita,di sini dulunya tempat pembangkit listrik tenaga air(PLTA) miliknya Belanda loh,bisa di lihat di poto salah satu pondasinya yang masih kokoh yang jadi pijakan si aa @shidiqijlal mungkin usianya udah berabad abad loh,Sudah canggih ya dulu si Blanda bisa bikin Listrik sendiri buat Pondok pabriknya di Sini (sedikit cerita di dapatkan dari kokolot lembur)
gimana mau coba kesini wargi wargi,dan jika mau ke sini jangan lupa jangan buang sampah,dan jangan dampe nginjek kebun bawangnya ya,nanti si emangya marah😁hehe,
dan jaga etika juga jika ada yang di kebun untuk meminta izin juga,soalnya lokasi tempat ini di tengah kebun hehe :)
photo : @ajiee_g
if : @shidiqijlal
edit : admin @dibayongbong
Gali potensi Lokal,Budaya dan Pariwisata
⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ e̷l̷e̷c̷t̷r̷o̷c̷u̷t̷e̷d̷ t̷h̷o̷u̷g̷h̷t̷s̷.
there’s a reason kids don’t like to sleep in the dark.
their imagination is so magnificent that when they have nightmares they imagine it three times darker.
(“imagined by me, no scientist has ever sad that probably”)
xo, a w̷o̷e̷f̷u̷l̷l̷y̷ b̷l̷i̷s̷s̷e̷d̷ heart,
- 𝖊𝖚𝖗𝖚𝖘 ❦
Graduated & moved into his new place.
SO proud of you @mitchellnewhouse
The greatest adventure is what lies ahead 🎓
Can’t believe 2018 is almost over. What a great year it was for the 52 hike challenge. I’m 48 down and 4 to with a few weeks left. So excited to finish one goal and start a new one for the new year. #52hikechallenge2018
Had an amazing weekend running around northern Arizona with some new friends and fellow photographers, exploring new places & insane landscapes! Really felt like I was on Mars while exploring this place south of Tuba City. Stoked for more of these killer weekends in the future!
Isolated tribes from around the world
When Jimmy Nelson traveled to Siberia to photograph the Chukchi people, elders told him: "You cannot photograph us. You have to wait, you have to wait until you get to know us, you have to wait until you understand us." In this gorgeously photo-filled talk, join Nelson's quest to understand — the world, other people, himself — by making astonishing portraits of the world's vanishing tribes and cultures.
1 Hakamou'i, Ua Pou, Marguesas Islands, French Polynesia
2 Yang Shuo Cormorants, China
3 Samburu Tribe, Kenya
4 Khoyor Tolgoi Hill, Altan Tsogts County Bayan Ulgii Provence, Mongolia
5 Ganges, Haridwar, India
6 Mask Dancers, Paro, Bhutan
7 Ni Vanuatu Men Rah Lava Island, Torba Province Vanuatu Islands
8 Lake Argentino / Cerro Christal On Horizon Patagonia, Argentina
9 Huli Wigmen, Ambua Falls, Tari Valley, Papua New Guinea
10 Te Aroha Mikaka & Sky Bay Of Islands, Haruru Falls, North Island, New Zealand