⛰️ #discoverMounteverest with @renan_ozturk : "Pictured here is time-lapse I found and processed yesterday that never made it into any of the final films showing the ‘airglow’ (faint emission of light by planetary atmosphere ) reflecting off the ancient ice and swirling around the summit of Chomolungma (Everest ). But it feels more like spirits of those lost on the mountain with Logan’s haunting track. " 🎼 by @lgnnelson
🇮🇹 #discoveritaly : This place looks like the perfeect place to take a swim ! Such a beautiful view ! Vidéo : baierausbayern
🇺🇸 #discoverusa with @everchanginghorizon : ''The canyons of Lake Powell... When people ask me what my favorite place is, this always comes to mind. So many cliffs to jump, and canyons to check out. I’ve been a few times, and the water level always changes. Right now, this section is probably either swimmable, or dry.''
🇮🇩 #discoverbali with @eyeofshe : " One of the most beautiful sunrises I’ve ever seen. 🌅 . We crawled out of bed and headed down the road in the dark. It had been raining all night, so we crossed our fingers, hoping for a clear sky. The colors started to shine through as we took the last steps towards the tree house. It was truly a sight to see. We ended our mission with some fried rice for breakfast. 🍚 w/ @josemostajo 🐺"
🇲🇽 #discovermexico with @mexicoatravesdeunalente : This happened a few days ago, they discharged sewage into the bay of Acapulco, apparently the Secretary of the Environment and Natural Resources has already issued a statement in this regard, but these types of acts are those that must be shared in order for them to be found responsible.
🇷🇺 #discoverRussia with @constantin_efimov : "In the southeast of Sakhalin Island, on the cliff of Sivuchya, the deserted atomic lighthouse of Aniva, named after the cape of the same name, survives in splendid isolation. This place seems gloomy due to constant fog currents, inaccessibility and remoteness causes a sense of doom. In 2006, the lighthouse was abandoned .
🇨🇳 #discoverChina with @vanessalibet : "Our trip to China was an incredible adventure! On one hand we faced some challenges like canceled flights, broken cameras, lost iPhones (we managed to get it back ), lost credit cards, trouble adapting to the local food, trouble to communicate as no one spoke English and on top of that many of the main sights we wanted to visit were closed because of the National Holiday (e.g. Yuan garden and the forbidden city ). But on the other hand we got to see one of the most incredible landscapes ever, we visited one of the seven wonders of this world (and slept there! ) and despite the language barrier we met many lovely Chinese people who always tried to help us with a big smile on their faces. So, would I recommend China as a travel destination? 100%!!! 🥰😍"
🇺🇸 #discoverusa with @mattcnewey : "Who knew this aqueduct near the Bonneville Salt Flats would be so fun to kayak. The water is so salty that it allows you to float effortlessly. The aqueduct’s purpose is to transport saltwater to nearby evaporation ponds where potash is extracted and used as fertilizer. Some believe the Salt Flats are shrinking due to this mining operation."