(1 of 3) Eight years ago today I had the pleasure of exploring the spectacular Iguazu Falls on the border of Brazil and Argentina. This view is just one small section of the largest system of waterfalls in the world. While the incredible sights were expected, the deafening sound and and heavy clouds of mist were not. To fully experience the falls, one must see them from both Brazil and Argentina, which has created a unique border-crossing pipeline for tourists. #tbt
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Moj život. Moja avantura. Ain't nobody taking that away.
#20 *bacanje imaginarnih para emoji*
It is up to you to see the beauty of everyday things
So it's that time of year when I reflect upon my favorite photographic moments. This year, I'm not making a Top 10 list. Quite simply, it's too hard. Our list of things we did is simply amazing in retrospect. How amazing? Well... We explored the artic circle and danced under the northern lights, we climbed three volcanos, watched a cheetah hunt in the wild, gazed at the Milky Way over Mt. Kilamanjaro in Africa, stared a lion straight in his eyes in the wild, hiked the Alaskan and Canadian wilderness, explored ice caves beneath a glacier, river boated along Amazonian rivers in Brazil in search of jaguars, got stuck in an Amazonian rain storm, and I even learned Portuguese to name a few. But most of all, we enjoyed many days with our closest friends and family. I took many many photos. So many I could never share them all here. Here's one from Iceland back in April.
If the hobbits has built churches they probably would have built them like this.
Happy hump day. A few people asked how I made the falling snow effect on my last post. I used an app called vidlab. I tried a few apps and that was the most realistic. ❄️❄️❄️ This is another latergram from when Aaron and I went to Austria in January for our eight year anniversary. ❄️