42 Flips | 1 Magazine | 2 Likes | 2 Following | 1 Follower | @794albs | Keep up with 정욱기 on Flipboard, a place to see the stories, photos, and updates that matter to you. Flipboard creates a personalized magazine full of everything, from world news to life’s great moments. Download Flipboard for free and search for “정욱기”
The Nazca Lines in the desert of southern Peru are a series of large designs etched into the arid ground. These designs, called geoglyphs by historians and archaeologists, depict animals, plants and geometric figures and are believed to have been a part of astronomical or religious rituals. Although the exact origins of the Nazca Lines are unknown, some scholars believe they were created by the Nazca culture between 400 and 650 AD. In 1994, they were designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The figures can be seen by plane, from atop the surrounding foothills, and through the photos and videos of Instagrammers fortunate enough to have made the trek. To view more of their photos and videos, tap the blue location text above and visit the #NazcaLines hashtag. Photo by @courtz1509
Just got sent this pic from my Butchers shop at @barbecoa in London one of our top Butchers Sophie Cumber who's been with is almost a year now breaking down some amazing lamb look at her focus, I think its really important to get more lady's into this industry and defo A calming influence on all the big boys we have around. Have a great day #jamieoliver xx
Young love... Remember your first love? The first time you held hands? The first kiss? The excitement & anticipation of expectation? What will they say? We wait in wonder and are in awe at every moment spent... always in eager anticipation... // Many times the difference in first and last is forgetting what the word "anticipation" means. We assume. We hardly forget. We only have this history programmed in our minds of the present state of affairs. Well I say, Let's forget. Lets have short memories. Let us breathe into the unknown and be in the moment. We don't know anything for certain only this: to every story there is always a first. It's our lifelong journey to make it last.
This Facebook post is no longer available. It may have been removed or the privacy settings of the post may have changed.
Mount Fuji (富士山 or "Fuji-san") stands 3,776.24 meters (12,389 feet), making it the tallest mountain in Japan and one of the country's most recognizable symbols. The cone-shaped mountain is an active stratovolcano—a volcano built up by many layers of hardened lava, tephra, pumice and volcanic ash—and is located 100 kilometers (60 miles) west of Tokyo. Fuji-san last erupted in the early 1700s. Following the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami many feared Mount Fuji would erupt again. Despite those recent concerns, Fuji-san remains an international destination for tourism and mountain climbing. Hundreds of thousands of people make the 8-hour summit each year, most doing so during peak season in July and August. Many climb the mountain at night in order to catch a glimpse of goraikō (御来光 or "arrival of light"), the special name for a sunrise on Fuji
△ 삼락공원의 코스모스 군락지. 2012 ⓒ 김사익<p>가을이 본격적으로 익어가는 시기인 9월 말... 부산의 삼락공원에서 가을이 찾아왔습니다. 여름에는 루드베키아 군락지가 눈을 즐겁게 해주더니 가을에는 이렇게 코스모스가 군락지를 이뤄 가을의 색과 향에 발길을 잡는군요.<p>공감<p>…