"God, what a huge!" We drove at sunset along the California mountain road. The road was absolutely empty. He stopped the car suddenly:
- Olya, look at the road!
I ran out of the car, the huge spider tarantula was warming on the asphalt. I did not have time to approach him, when a police car stopped suddenly near us. Where did they come in 5 second from here?!
- You can not stop here, go to the observation deck.
I did not have time to take macro photo of tarantula. Just believe, it was big and cool :) A dot on the left is him. :-)
What does the phrase "be happy" mean to you?
I think that to be happy is to have the opportunity at any time to sit behind the wheel of your car and drive to the mountains or the sea, the ocean in 3-4-5 hours. You can spend your weekend there and with new energy to go home to work.
This is better than saving money for long trips, that to be somewhere on the edge of the earth every three-six months or once a year.
It's hard for me to be in a city from concrete all the time. Even when there are small parks nearby. They never replace what I feel in the mountains or on the seaside/ ocean. For me to be happy is to be closer to wild nature.
It's amazing what you can find when you get out and explore your own backyard! Love that I live in a giant playground. Where's your favorite place to explore?
Ochhh i achhh 😍 Podsumowanie 2017 roku wyszło bardzo kolorowo i egzotycznie 😊 Ciekawe, jak to będzie za rok? 🤔 Niedługo się przekonamy! 😉 #bestnine2017#memories#goodtimes
The Grand Prismatic Spring and Milky Way in Yellowstone National Park (Wyoming) at night.
The surface of the water seems covered with gold even at night. This effect was possible thanks to millions of colorful bacteria living in a very mineral-rich warm water around the source.
The Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park is the largest hot spring in the United States, and the third largest in the world, after Frying Pan Lake in New Zealand and Boiling Lake in Dominica. It is located in the Midway Geyser Basin.
Light in the panoramic windows of a house on the shore of a quiet and peaceful area in Florida. The moon shines like a lamp. A warm, gentle breeze blows from the Gulf of Mexico.
The feeling is that you are on an island and there is not a single living soul around me.
I was happy there, at any time of the day and the night. This is the place where I fell into nirvana.
I need to enter the tag "my happy place".:-) P.s. In my hometown outside the window instead of winter and snow I watch the rain now. I have a feeling that spring has come. Therefore, I want to make summer and spring photos. They bring me more joy.
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You know those photos that you look at and it makes you remember a freaking incredible day? This is definitely one of those photos 🙌🏼 and I woke up early (I got about 2 hours of sleep that night) to get to this spot before sunrise because and .photo were doing a sunrise helicopter ride. A few minutes after the sun peeked over the horizon, they came buzzing by us and got some of the most amazing content of Nolan and I hiking this ridge by ourselves. took this photo of me and it's definitely one of my favorite photos of all time 🙌🏼✨💛
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Explode coração! "Chega de tentar, dissimular e disfarçar e esconder o que não dá mais pra ocultar.
E eu não posso mais calar já que o brilho desse olhar foi traidor e entregou o que você tentou conter, o que você não quis desabafar e me cortou.
Chega de temer, chorar, sofrer, sorrir, se dar e se perder e se achar e tudo aquilo que é viver. Eu quero mais é me abrir e que essa vida entre assim como se fosse o sol desvirginando a madrugada...
Quero sentir a dor dessa manhã
Nascendo, rompendo, rasgando, tomando meu corpo e então eu chorando, sofrendo, gostando, adorando, gritando feito louco, alucinado e criança sentindo o meu amor se derramando. Não dá mais pra segurar, explode coração"
I am fortunate to find Pink Lady Slippers in the spring forest of America.
It usually flowers in April to June in dry old growth woods with highly acid soils.
This odd little plant is the substance of many varied legends held by native peoples.
It’s botanical name is Cypripedium Acaule from (sip- pri-pee’di-um a-u-calle-aye) roughly translated to mean Venus’ shoe. Among the approximate fifty varieties of lady slippers, the pink is one of the rarest. So if you are lucky enough to see one in the wild, you should know that they are endangered in some states.
This is not a plant to grow in your garden. There are a few very good reasons why and that has to do with in part with symbiotic relationships. The Pink Ladyslipper needs a certain Rhizoctonia fungus and the Bumble bee to exist. With respect to the fungus, the plant and the fungus cannot survive for long without each other. Also it takes many years for the plant to grow from seed.
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