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  • Tällä hetkellä haaveillaan Teemun kanssa uudesta kodista ja sen laittamisesta. Mun pintrest on täynnä eri ideoita ja kansioita jo sen varalle.  Jospa se oman näköinen ilmestyis pian myyntiin (yks iso toive on isot ikkunat) 💭💭💭 onko täällä muita joille iskenyt asuntokuume?
  • Tällä hetkellä haaveillaan Teemun kanssa uudesta kodista ja sen laittamisesta. Mun pintrest on täynnä eri ideoita ja kansioita jo sen varalle. Jospa se oman näköinen ilmestyis pian myyntiin (yks iso toive on isot ikkunat) 💭💭💭 onko täällä muita joille iskenyt asuntokuume?
  • 2,752 82 13 November, 2019
  • Niin kivaa kun on vihdoin tullut lunta! ❄️❄️❄️Toivottavasti tää valkoinen kermakakun kuorrutteelta näyttävä herkullinen päällyste ilahduttaa meitä mahdollisimman pitkään🎂😍❄️ mietin muuten usein että kirjoittaisinko täällä englanniksi vai suomeksi? Vai onko sillä ees kovinkaan väliä... mitä mieltä ootte?😊
  • Niin kivaa kun on vihdoin tullut lunta! ❄️❄️❄️Toivottavasti tää valkoinen kermakakun kuorrutteelta näyttävä herkullinen päällyste ilahduttaa meitä mahdollisimman pitkään🎂😍❄️ mietin muuten usein että kirjoittaisinko täällä englanniksi vai suomeksi? Vai onko sillä ees kovinkaan väliä... mitä mieltä ootte?😊
  • 2,636 57 12 November, 2019

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  • Quizá uno de los motivos por los cuales me apasiona fotografiar paisajes, es quizá porque no tengo control de casi  nada de lo que me rodea.
Una caminata por Namora, para  descubrir y retratar lo mágico de este lugar.
  • Quizá uno de los motivos por los cuales me apasiona fotografiar paisajes, es quizá porque no tengo control de casi nada de lo que me rodea.
    Una caminata por Namora, para descubrir y retratar lo mágico de este lugar.
  • 67 2 5 minutes ago
  • Land of the midnight sun, northern lights, rugged coastline, deep fjords, towering mountains, the artic fox and polar bear. - BBC
  • Land of the midnight sun, northern lights, rugged coastline, deep fjords, towering mountains, the artic fox and polar bear. - BBC
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  • You know, if this whole UX design thing doesn’t pan out, I think I have a pretty solid career of standing on rocks looking out into the distance. 🤣 Maybe I should start showing more ass and titties so I can clean up on those likes....oh right IG is hiding those soon #sorryboutit
  • You know, if this whole UX design thing doesn’t pan out, I think I have a pretty solid career of standing on rocks looking out into the distance. 🤣 Maybe I should start showing more ass and titties so I can clean up on those likes....oh right IG is hiding those soon #sorryboutit
  • 49 27 16 minutes ago
  • Autumn vibes! By @nomadict's Talent Pool / The period between the autumnal equinox (day and night equal in length), September 22 or 23, and the Winter solstice (year’s shortest day), December 21 or 22, is known as Autumn. However, before the 16th century, 'harvest' was the term normally used to refer to the season, and this word is still commonly used in other West Germanic languages.

In many cultures, Autumn, like the other seasons, has been marked by rites and festivals revolving around the season’s importance in food production. As daylight began to fade and darkness lay ahead, societies practiced rituals and offerings to their gods and goddesses for a bountiful harvest that would help them through Winter. Historians explain how Aztecs for instance used to practice human sacrifices to honor their goddess of sustenance and fertility.

As more people gradually moved from farming to living in towns, the word harvest lost its significance to the time of year and now only refers to the actual activity of reaping. Autumn, as well as fall, began to replace harvest as a reference to the season. The word Autumn, by the way, comes from the ancient Etruscan root autu- and has within it all sorts of connotations of the passing of the year. In the Medieval period, there are rare examples of its use as early as the 12th century, but by the 16th century it was in common use.

Nowadays, this picturesque season of the year has a strong link to the changing colors of nature for most of us; and to leaves, of course. In Autumn, leaves stop their food-making process because of changes in the length of daylight and changes in temperature. The chlorophyll breaks down, the green color disappears, and the yellow to orange colors become visible and give the leaves part of their fall splendor.

To celebrate this colorful season, we have selected 6 unique photographs by our Talent Pool members! A huge shoutout to the 6 of them for making this post possible! 🤗 #talentpool

@alchenick - Laghi San Giuliano

@daniel_koehalmi - Ferchensee

@bammbanana - Ukraine

@gergok - Germany

@amslebrun - Driffield

@hollow.sun - Iceland
  • Autumn vibes! By @nomadict's Talent Pool / The period between the autumnal equinox (day and night equal in length), September 22 or 23, and the Winter solstice (year’s shortest day), December 21 or 22, is known as Autumn. However, before the 16th century, 'harvest' was the term normally used to refer to the season, and this word is still commonly used in other West Germanic languages.

    In many cultures, Autumn, like the other seasons, has been marked by rites and festivals revolving around the season’s importance in food production. As daylight began to fade and darkness lay ahead, societies practiced rituals and offerings to their gods and goddesses for a bountiful harvest that would help them through Winter. Historians explain how Aztecs for instance used to practice human sacrifices to honor their goddess of sustenance and fertility.

    As more people gradually moved from farming to living in towns, the word harvest lost its significance to the time of year and now only refers to the actual activity of reaping. Autumn, as well as fall, began to replace harvest as a reference to the season. The word Autumn, by the way, comes from the ancient Etruscan root autu- and has within it all sorts of connotations of the passing of the year. In the Medieval period, there are rare examples of its use as early as the 12th century, but by the 16th century it was in common use.

    Nowadays, this picturesque season of the year has a strong link to the changing colors of nature for most of us; and to leaves, of course. In Autumn, leaves stop their food-making process because of changes in the length of daylight and changes in temperature. The chlorophyll breaks down, the green color disappears, and the yellow to orange colors become visible and give the leaves part of their fall splendor.

    To celebrate this colorful season, we have selected 6 unique photographs by our Talent Pool members! A huge shoutout to the 6 of them for making this post possible! 🤗 #talentpool

    @alchenick - Laghi San Giuliano

    @daniel_koehalmi - Ferchensee

    @bammbanana - Ukraine

    @gergok - Germany

    @amslebrun - Driffield

    @hollow.sun - Iceland
  • 354 24 25 minutes ago
  • The trip to Caumasee was not disappointing. It has beautiful nature trails and the lake is so beautiful, I would say Caumasee is a hidden gem of Switzerland everyone always recommended the most obvious places to visit. ⛰

After we walked around the lake we went exploring in the woods and ended up hiking a mountain and almost got lost anyway, I really found out how bad in shape I am. 🚶🏻
  • The trip to Caumasee was not disappointing. It has beautiful nature trails and the lake is so beautiful, I would say Caumasee is a hidden gem of Switzerland everyone always recommended the most obvious places to visit. ⛰

    After we walked around the lake we went exploring in the woods and ended up hiking a mountain and almost got lost anyway, I really found out how bad in shape I am. 🚶🏻
  • 89 11 1 hour ago
  • We are stoked to announce that @outdoorsurvivalgear just launched their new ⚔️TRAVEL RUCKSACK⚔️
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These are the famous Bag practical, cool and can be used for hiking,fishing & outdoor activity.
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They have a current temporary discount at a whopping 45% OFF, don’t miss this unique once in a lifetime offer!
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Get your item at 🤙💪😎 LINK IN BIO 🤙💪😎@outdoorsurvivalgear
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Oh yeah, Free Worldwide Shipping on ALL Orders!
  • We are stoked to announce that @outdoorsurvivalgear just launched their new ⚔️TRAVEL RUCKSACK⚔️
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    These are the famous Bag practical, cool and can be used for hiking,fishing & outdoor activity.
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    They have a current temporary discount at a whopping 45% OFF, don’t miss this unique once in a lifetime offer!
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    Get your item at 🤙💪😎 LINK IN BIO 🤙💪😎@outdoorsurvivalgear
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    Oh yeah, Free Worldwide Shipping on ALL Orders!
  • 64 1 1 hour ago
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“Slow down and enjoy life. It's not only the 
scenery you miss by going to fast - you also 
miss the sense of where you are going and why. 
So make time to dream, to think, to enjoy peace 
and quiet and the wonders of life, the sea, the 
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    We are proud to announce our brand new hub
    Opening Monday December 2nd 2019
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    “Slow down and enjoy life. It's not only the
    scenery you miss by going to fast - you also
    miss the sense of where you are going and why.
    So make time to dream, to think, to enjoy peace
    and quiet and the wonders of life, the sea, the
    mountains and the fresh air”
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    Follow us now!
    & Tag us your best scenic photographs to our
    valid hashtag: #moments_in_photography or
    just tag us in your pictures 😊👍
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  • 10 1 1 hour ago
  • This rain and grayness is so debressing... Miss these beautiful bright frozen days ❄☃️🌟
  • This rain and grayness is so debressing... Miss these beautiful bright frozen days ❄☃️🌟
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Walked along the Dove Lake Circuit. Took three hours to finish the whole path. The place is picturesque no matter where we stopped.
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Tasmania | Oct 2019
#chiuchingintasmania2019
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    Walked along the Dove Lake Circuit. Took three hours to finish the whole path. The place is picturesque no matter where we stopped.
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    Photo by @s17.photolog
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    Tasmania | Oct 2019
    #chiuchingintasmania2019
  • 9 1 1 hour ago
  • Les ruines de Masada, incroyables vestiges !
  • Les ruines de Masada, incroyables vestiges !
  • 18 1 2 hours ago
  • A praça do comércio é uma das maiores praças da Europa, com cerca de 36.000 m2. Essa região foi a grande sala de receção de Lisboa para quem vinha de barco e podia assim desfrutar ainda melhor da sua beleza. Situava-se aqui o cais onde desembarcavam os Reis e Chefes de Estado que visitavam Portugal.
  • A praça do comércio é uma das maiores praças da Europa, com cerca de 36.000 m2. Essa região foi a grande sala de receção de Lisboa para quem vinha de barco e podia assim desfrutar ainda melhor da sua beleza. Situava-se aqui o cais onde desembarcavam os Reis e Chefes de Estado que visitavam Portugal.
  • 123 6 2 hours ago
  • on my way back home, and also back on instagram. get ready for some dreamy vacation impressions. 🌴
  • on my way back home, and also back on instagram. get ready for some dreamy vacation impressions. 🌴
  • 62 2 3 hours ago
  • Wintumn wonderland ❄️🍂
Last week we got blessed with pretty rare conditions. We witnessed two seasons colliding which made up for some unique opportunities to take photos. Hard drives are running hot these days @zeppaio @captain_seabass_92
  • Wintumn wonderland ❄️🍂
    Last week we got blessed with pretty rare conditions. We witnessed two seasons colliding which made up for some unique opportunities to take photos. Hard drives are running hot these days @zeppaio @captain_seabass_92
  • 224 41 3 hours ago
  • What the hell.
  • What the hell.
  • 14 1 3 hours ago