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Вы знали, что Уральские горы - самые старые горы планеты?
Вот вам немного сухих цифр про Урал, таких же сухих, как нёбо сразу после защиты диплома (ну или ночью во время насморка, если ощущения от защиты диплома вам не знакомы 😄).
1. Более 400 миллионов - именно столько лет Уральским горам.
2. Около 2 миллиардов (да, Карл, это число с девятью нулями) - именно столько лет самой старой сохранившейся горе нашей планеты. Это гора Карандаш в Кусинском районе Челябинской области.
3. Около 18 тысяч - столько лет наскальным изображениям мамонтов и лошадей в Каповой пещере в заповеднике Шульган-Таш в Башкортостане. Подобные пещеры ещё есть во Франции (пещера Ласко) и в Испании (пещера Альтамира).
4. 3-6 баллов - такой силы землетрясения ещё иногда здесь случаются. Одно из них, произошедшее не так давно и ощутимое в Магнитогорске, лично я проспал
Did you know that the Ural Mountains are the oldest mountains in the world?
Here are some dry numbers of Urals:
1. More than 400 million years - that's the age of the Ural Mountains.
2. About 2 billion years (yes, Karl, this is a number with nine zeros) - that's the age of the Karandash Mountain in the Kusa District of the Chelyabinsk Region, the oldest saved mountain of our planet.
3. About 18 thousand years - that's the age of rock paintings of mammoths and horses in the Kapova cave in the Shulgan-Tash nature reserve in Bashkortostan. The common caves are Lasko in France and Altamira in Spain.
4. 3-6 points on a Richter scale - such earthquakes still happen here sometimes. One of them, which happened not so long ago not far from Magnitogorsk, I overslept
#shulgantash #bashkortostan #ural #nature #russia #forest #mountains #guy #style #calm #шульганташ #урал #башкортостан #башкирия #природа #горы #лес
Quando tudo parece difícil , a leveza é a solução. Coisa mais linda brincando de ser linda!❤️❤️❤️❤️
Conteúdo? O som do silêncio. (ENG on comments).
Existem vários tipos de pessoas que produzem conteúdo. Mas eu começo a me desconectar do sentido e definição da palavra conteúdo. Ainda não consegui identificar o meu, mas na prática também não identifico conteúdo (como eu entendo), em pelo menos 93% dos “produtores de conteúdo”. Sim, pasmem, fiz uma conta percentual utilizando uma pequena amostra. Efeitos da quarentena talvez. Uns postam uma bobagem qualquer tipo “Praia ou montanha?”. Uns “desafios”, “quiz”, e o diabaquatro que não somam absolutamente nada. Nem ao ócio. Mas estranhamente todo esse barulho está sendo chamado de conteúdo. Chamo de ruído. Chamo porque depois de falar muito em toda minha vida aprendi a preservar o silêncio. Aprendi que ele tem um valor maior que um monte de baboseiras. Esses “conteúdos” me parecem caixas JBL na areia da praia. São ruídos. Ruídos impedem a locução e a observação de conteúdos importantes, ou pelo menos daqueles que atendem ao seu interesse. E em momentos como este talvez seja importante a gente “dar voz” ao silêncio. Já cansei de historinha de autoajuda no melhor estilo fábrica de picolé ou suco natural gourmet, portanto digo, isto aqui não é conteúdo, é uma crítica a ele. Não precisa concordar. Eu também não concordo com muita coisa na vida, mas convivo em paz e até alguma harmonia em meio a ruídos e conteúdos diferentes do meu prazer.
Por que esta foto? Primeiro para combinar com meu feed. Segundo para lembrar que olhar para cima de olhos e fechados e ouvir “o som do silêncio” é sempre gratificante.
#islandia #islandia #vik #inspiredbynature #inspiredbyiceland #iceland🇮🇸 #auroraboreal #islandia #mystopover #mystopovericeland #viajarporelmundo #sapoviagens #viajarfazbem @hotelvikimyrdal @smidjanbrugghus @icelandair @icelandnatural @wheniniceland @inspiredbyiceland
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Deprived of so much that we hold dear, we have an opportunity to discover what fills its place
This little quokka in Australia definitely made our day 😎💙
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It’s that time of year when the tulips are coming out!! This was from a few years back at the Abbotsford tulip festival. Has anyone been to the Chilliwack sunflower festival? Fingers crossed we are out of this mess by the time the sunnies come out!! 🤞
Pᴀᴡs ғᴏʀ ᴀ Mᴏᴍᴇɴᴛ ᴏғ Sɪʟᴇɴᴄᴇ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Prayιng....pawleaѕe prevenт мaѕѕ ѕнooтιngѕ. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Hooмanѕ do ѕo мυcн тo нelp υѕ, нow can we нelp тнeм? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ❤️𝓕u͏g͏e͏e͏ & ᖘ𝖾𝗉𝗉𝖾𝗋
Archive rummaging. Amazon 2017 Brazil
I’ve realized that while I share a bunch of photos on social media, I don’t really talk a lot about me (I’m usually a pretty private person) 😅 So while we’re all sitting at home, I thought now is as good of time as any to share a little bit about myself!
I grew up in Chicago in an Italian family and had never lived anywhere else until my husband (then boyfriend) and I moved to Colorado in 2017. While I love the mountains, I still miss the city tons - mostly my family and friends, but also the pizza, Italian beef, and rooftop cocktail bars 🍕🍸😂.
My parents backpacked around the world for 2 years after they got married, and growing up, would read us stories and cook recipes from countries they visited. I’m grateful they showed us that travel means more than beaches and all inclusive resorts (although there’s nothing wrong with that once in a while 😉). I still blame my insatiable travel bug on them!
I got started in photography after finishing my MBA 3ish years ago. My parents bought me my first camera (a Canon Rebel!) for my grad trip to hike Nepal’s Annapurna Circuit. I knew absolutely nothing about photography and still regret shooting that entire trip in JPG 😩🤦🏻♀️.
My husband and I recently got married this February in Apsen! He is my favorite human and is awesome about supporting all my crazy travel and photo ideas 🙈. He recently got into photography too which makes adventures much more fun 📸💗 When I post photos of myself, 9/10 they were taken by him!
Aside from fresh veggies, popcorn is one of my fave foods and I eat ~3 cups of it a day on average 🍿😆 I usually go for organic olive oil and sea salt but have been loving cinnamon marshmallow lately!
Well that’s pretty much me in a nutshell - travel bug, photography geek, popcorn lover haha 💁🏻♀️. Also, thanks for making it all the way through this very loooong caption!
I’d love to learn more about about you guys too so please share a fun fact about yourself in the comments below!
TRAVEL TIP: The Hawa Mahal is best viewed from one of the cafes across the street around sunrise or sunset. This shot was taken at @thetattoocafe but the Wind Cafe also has great views!
Walking on the ancient streets of these old Japanese villages was one of my favorite part of the whole trip. Soak in the new culture and learn new things about their history you should definitely do as much as you can while visiting foreign countries.
Avenue of the titans w/ @danielnnng
Episode three of the Japan vlogs is out! I’m sure you’re all getting sick of iso by now (even i am). Come on a virtual wander in the snowy streets of Hokkaido with me.
Link is in bio.
I refer to what you said in this room for the interview prior to your retirement ceremony quite often. You said something along the lines of, “A young player should not be worried about his legacy. Wake up, identify your weakness and work on that. Go to sleep, wake up and do that all over again. 20 years from now, you’ll look back and see your legacy for yourself. That’s life.” Your mentality resonated and inspired us all, something that will transcend lifetimes. Thank you Kobe.
🏠 This was taken 01/30/20. Rocket and I have been staying home practicing our social distancing. Hope you’re all doing well.
We’ve traded our outdoor spaces for city spaces.
And if you’re like me, and the beauty of the outdoors brings you peace and inspiration, it can be tough and even depressing to suddenly not have that in your life.
So as this lingers on and we get more restless, we must look to find beauty wherever we’re at, and appreciate it for what it is.
Maybe there is a nearby park or city street that you have never noticed or really enjoyed before. Or maybe it’s not just the beauty we see, but also the peacefulness of a morning routine at home, walking the dog more, quality time spent with family, prayer, daily exercise, meditation, good books, FaceTiming friends, or cooking at home.
Whatever it might be that can bring you some peace and inspiration during this time, lean into that and prioritize it. Make time for it. We all need some beauty in our lives, especially now.
I hope you’re all doing well ❤️
We’ll be back in the outdoors soon 🤞😊
Summer nights in Washington. Excited for warmer weather, so much more of this in months to come.