The striking contrast of white snow and red rocks make #BryceCanyon#NationalPark in #Utah even more beautiful. But make sure to plan ahead if you’re going to explore the snowy splendor here. Not all trails and roads are cleared, so waterproof hiking boots, snow boots or snowshoes are essential if you plan to hike. We also recommend hot cocoa. Photo @brycecanyonnps_gov by Joseph Luciw (www.sharetheexperience.org). #FindYourPark#travel#usinterior#hiking
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Dream higher than the sky and deeper than the ocean! ☀️🏝🚁🌺🌊
Tag a dreamer! ❤️
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Let’s dance! There’s a lot going on the tree. This is a glass reindeer I found in the tiniest shop all the way in New Zealand. Every year it’s up. There were six but each year one lost a leg. 🙃🥺. Might have to make another trip to #NewZealand for more! Hmmm. Hope you liked video series and see you soon fellas and belllas. 🎄🌲🎄💕💕
Scarlet Sails Festival with Ирина! “Scarlet sails”, the holiday of graduates, is held on the weekend which is the nearest to the shortest night of the year (June 22) and falls on the White Nights season. White Nights are a special time in St. Petersburg. It stands for the dusk night light, the night streets and prospects crowded with townsfolk and tourists, lush wedding corteges and proms. It is at the peak of this season when “Scarlet Sails” festival takes place. It is also one of the brightest water shows in the world.
People began to celebrate the graduate’s days in St. Petersburg in 1969. That year 25,000 alumni rushed out the streets of the city at night time to celebrate. That was when the first schooner with scarlet sails passed along Neva River.
The idea of a holiday is to congratulate the alumni with school graduation and wish them a happy voyage into adulthood and materialization of their ambitions. The symbol of the holiday is a schooner with scarlet sails that is created based on the novel of A. Green “Scarlet Sails”, a story narrating about dreams, hope and faith.