Hari ini lagi pake warna biru...feeling blue syari by @azameera_id ❤️
Semngat terus yaa...
The last two years has been a blast in terms of travelling and exploring. I was able to discover some less well-known places and enrich my portfolio with many special moments.
Now I have to cancel the next three or even four trips. At first that sounds pretty tough. After all, I have to make a living out of my photography - not only for me. But somehow I have the feeling that this deceleration can give strength. Uncertain times in which strength can also be recharged. I am also an incorrigible positive thinking person. That never hurts.
In any case, I am incredibly glad that I have enriched my portfolio in so many ways over the past few years so that I can now share these moments with you.
Enjoy your life as long as possible and be good to each other!
#greece #loveexploring #sunset #stefanhefele #naturegood
“This Christmas mend a quarrel. Seek out a forgotten friend. Dismiss suspicion and replace it with trust. Write a letter. Give a soft answer. Encourage youth. Manifest your loyalty in word and deed. Keep a promise. Forgo a grudge. Forgive an enemy. Apologize. Try to understand. Examine your demands on others. Think first of someone else. Be kind. Be gentle. Laugh a little more. Express your gratitude. Welcome a stranger. Gladden the heart of a child. Take pleasure in the beauty and wonder of the earth. Speak your love, and then speak it again.” - Howard W. Hunter
Wise words no matter what your beliefs or traditions. Merry Christmas!
डरता है रातों का अंधेरा
दुम दबा के वोह तो भागेगा
जब आयेगा सवेरा
आसमान को सुराख़ तू बना दे
उस पर ही तो है ना दिन का बसेरा... .
The planet earth is in silent mode and under renovation... I have found appropriate lyrics, that fit in the current scenario... Soon it will be alright and bright morning will pop up to wave a fresh hello to all of us... Till then enjoy some movies, music, art and photographs from your home only. :) Be Happy, Be safe :) Photo by @aaranyakwild
#indianphotography #incredibleindia #india #indiafightscorona #Instagram
concrete jungle 🌴
Flattening the Curve - Thanks to all for staying home. I think I speak for all health care providers in saying we want Mt Adams, not the Matterhorn. (Image taken from Mt St Helens in WA).
When @chrismottalini and @onelittlethai started to restore their home in the Hudson Valley, it wasn't exactly a by-the-book project. 🏡 They worked to preserve the architectural character of the old stone house, while layering on their own minimalist, modern taste."We like things light and white. And, given that this house sits in the woods and can be dark, it meant sense to paint it white," Mottalini says. Inside, they also mixed their vast collection of antique and vintage wares with new finds from local shops in town. Want a closer look inside? Click the link in our bio. - 📸: @chrismottalini
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It’s going to be ok! 🌈
House in O Carballo. Oleiros, Spain. 1979.
Archives 5: Manuel Gallego.
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Chicago • 2016
“Michael Sorkin was one of the most eloquent and persuasive proponents of a liberal, public, and free urban life. To the discipline he was, in many ways, the loyal opposition—often critical of the politics of architecture while deeply (if quixotically) committed to his own architectural practice. During my years at the City College of New York when Michael and I directed the graduate programs in urban design and architecture, respectively, he was my refuge for a joke, a drink, and some gossip, which—in addition to architecture and urbanism—were also areas of his expertise. It’s hard to imagine that can’t happen again.”, Andrew Zago, SCI-Arc faculty and former colleague of #MichaelSorkin shared. Sorkin was a noted New York architect, influential urbanist, theorist, educator, and friend of SCI-Arc. Throughout the years Sorkin taught, lectured, exhibited in the SCI-Arc Gallery, and was a guest critic at SCI-Arc. [Photo by @aundre]
So much has happened since my last post on Instagram, it is hard to put it in to words.
Putting aside the actual impact of the virus (assuming you can even do that) the entire travel industry has just vanished over the last 2 weeks. It is as if it was taken by the rapture.
Travel and tourism is one of the largest industries on the planet. Depending on how you define it, it is on a par with energy and agriculture. It’s that big. …and it has all vanished.
Millions of people who work in hotels, restaurants, stadiums, airlines, cruise ships, and tour companies are, or will very soon, be unemployed.
There is a light at the end of the tunnel. These things happen infrequently, but they do always pass. I don’t know when we will be out of the woods, or what will happen between now and then, but it will end.
This too shall pass.
Oh corona! Kejamnya kau
Udaipur Sunset 💕 | Olympus OM1, Portra 160
Pesche ( Isernia )
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SURF NA ISLÂNDIA – PARTE 1
When you close your eyes to imagine a Surf destination around the world, it is very unlikely that Iceland will come to your mind. Cold weather, possibly with icebergs and seals. Wild sea, eventually overcome by storms and long-term waves. Distant. In all aspects; Distant. Surfing in Iceland, after arriving in Iceland, demands at least an hour's drive from the capital Reykjavik, and added to all other adversities, this is a huge disincentive for the island's acceleration as a world surfing destination.
Even so, there are those who do. In addition to a small and restricted local surfing community, the island has been receiving more and more surfers behind the unprecedented waves scattered along the entire coast of the island. Like these three Polish surfers @blueholiday, @surftrampek, @maciej.pietrunko who, like the documentary Under the Arctic Sky (Netflix) by director Chris Burkard, are circling Iceland and documenting this whole expedition behind the perfect waves in the Arctic. "We don't feel cold, in fact it is even warm inside the neoprene!" they said when asked when we met them on the south coast of Iceland surfing between icebergs and seals. Having overcome the challenge of freezing cold, surfing in Iceland will still be a challenge as I had already warned for @guidetoiceland, Ólafur Pálsson, veteran of the local surf. “Most surfers who travel here in search of solitude and perfect waves usually find waves of loneliness and crap." And that happens due to unpredictability.
Continued in the next post... #mystopover #iceland
Been off social media for a while, but it’s always good to take a break for yourself. Happy new year to everyone and best wishes for 2020!
Isolated life.. People like me heavily depend on traveling to fulfill our jobs and these past days make me feel very uncertain.
After spending the entire winter back home, planning my year, I was so ready to finally start traveling again this spring.
Due to the virus many of my jobs and travels are canceled throughout March to May. That sucks - but the reasons are valid and worth it. Let’s hope we can slow it down and prevent the spread. Stay home and take care guys!
Into the unknown. Stay safe. Look after each other. Check in on your family and friends
...all about terrazzo!
🇬🇧New goals in life: Buy a terrazzo table and...toilet paper. Not sure which one is the easiest to get these days haha 🤣
🇫🇷Nouveau but dans ma vie: M’acheter une table en terrazzo et du papier toilette. Franchement, on se demanderait presque lequel des deux est le plus difficile à trouver ces temps-ci! 🤣