This is certainly one of the great spots in Germany which become more and more popular. One year ago you could enjoy it always alone. I personally discovered it 2 years ago by climbing the waterfall - what is definitely the more interesting but also more risky way. Nowadays the way through the wood is open. If I have one wish - please respect those great natural places and take your garbage with you!! Who of you could stay here longer than 2 minutes? Water temperature always ❄️😨😅 Clip by @zabination
Picture by @zeppaio
Natural framing at Pointe de Pen-Hir.
One of the most beautiful and peaceful places I went on my road trip last summer.
Going really early, hearing the sound of the waves and feeling a slightly cold sea breeze in your face is what I call enjoying.
2 more weeks till I get to visit the PNW again, hoping there’s still some fall color left by the time I visit! #Pnwonderland#Oregon#PNW
‘The flare..’ if you’re an ocean goer, you know these little beauties but there’s a lot of people that don’t know anything about them.. Flares don’t have the power of slabs but they have an incredibly beautiful display of splayed water that happens when two opposing forces collide, they look especially amazing in golden light.⠀
>> Video and caption by @thurstonphoto from an incredible passion project that @mattblakersphoto and he made to show how the wave photos they share are captured. #roam247⠀
Last week was my first time in Yosemite and it certainly didn’t disappoint. I’m constantly in awe of places that make you feel small in the best way possible and this is definitely one of them. I can’t wait to keep exploring here.
"When you refuse to pay attention to what life is saying to you, life will find ways to make its point very clear."
Out of anyone I know, @wheretoexplorenext listens to what life says to her and follows her heart. Inspiring to say the least...
Following @seanarmatage through some gnarly hill climbs in the Sea to Sky corridor.
"Hullu paljon töitä tekee, viisas pääsee vähemmällä" 😉😎 Mukava tapa lähteä liikkeelle pitkään kestäneen flunssan jälkeen ⚡🚵♂️
Crocodiles are definitely the most scary ones on the sea . Would you agree ?
Would you swim with wild crocodiles? @williamdrumm did, and calls it one of the greatest adventures of his life. ⠀
“This is in Banco Chinchorro in Southern Quintana Too, Mexico, which is one of only a few places in the world where people swim with wild crocodiles,” he recalls. “Banco Chinchorro has one of the world’s largest populations of American Crocodiles. Crocodylus acutus can grow to over 15 ft in length and weigh more than 2,000 lbs. The crocs live in a lagoon on the interior of the island and come out of the mangroves into the saltwater to hunt. This was one of the single greatest adventures of my life—the whole experience, not just the croc diving. We stayed two nights in a fisherman’s small hut in hammocks. Handlers would call the crocs out from the lagoon right to the hut, where two people and a safety diver interact with the large crocodiles. It was calm and not particularly scary while in the water with the animals. However once I exited the water and looked at my videos, I couldn’t believe where I was minutes ago—a foot away from a wild croc with my camera running.” ⠀
>> Video by @williamdrumm#roam247
An unusual sight, this flock of flamingoes flew past us on our way out for a swim in the Okavango Delta (it was a safe spot away from crocs and hippos and it was a sheer delight because it had been so flippen hot!) The guides said it was the first time in years they had seen the flamingoes out here. Do you know what the collective noun is for a group of flamingoes?
Today is a very special Monday. It’s the day I landed my 10th cover for the most inspiring South African travel publication @getawaymagazine 🎉 I am BEYOND thrilled with this milestone and simply cannot believe how lucky I am to have experienced such beauty in the world thanks this sensational mag. This magic moment was caught in the Zambezi Region, in the northeastern area of Namibia, and we had a herd (about fifty-strong) of elephant all to ourselves in a really underrated national park 🐘 They kicked up dust and marched the waters edge playing, splashing and drinking as the world slowly turned over, slipping us into darkness. Here’s hoping my future holds endless wandering into more wonderful corners of this crazy beautiful planet 🥂 🌍