I find it very interesting walking in a forest during the day, when the sun is high on the sky. The light is so different 🌲
A forest is actually a great place to visit, when the light is harsh ☀️
The best way to beat 40C heat, rafti g adventures on the Ottawa river. This boatload of guests gets a healthy dose of the warm waters at the Garburator wave on the Ottawa river on a stifling day. So much fun @wildernesstours
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Dunluce Castle, co. Antrim, at sunset
The moment I realized that the tube top I got on sale was only $5 for a reason 🙃 do you see it???
Just walking down the rocky beaches in Spain and BANG! A beautiful view 😊
Here’s an interesting storm cloud I saw in Canada. I know, I get it, I’m obsessed with clouds.
Cette semaine c'est honneur aux bolides pendant que les pilotes sont dans la piscine 😝🚴♂️. #nikonfr
I feel so lucky to have you as my friend. Hope your birthday is as special as you are.May all of your dreams come true. Thanks for being such a great friend. Happy birthday @ashutosh_dubey7 🎂
Just casually watching the sunset on rich boys road - Puerto Banus 😄
Each house unique, just like the lives of those who lived there.
La tête dans les étoiles ⭐🌌
Walked all the way to the top of the rock, banged my head three times, climbed many, many stairs... and got a great photo!
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The church of Santa Maria dell’Isola is one of Tropea’s icons: it towers on a promontory facing the Calabria town’s beach, hiding its ancient origin in the new look it acquired when its was extensively renovated after being damaged by a terrible earthquake in 1905.
Likely built between the 6th and the 9th century, at first it welcomed a community of Basilian monks. In the 11th century, it was passed on to the Benedictines, who still own it today, under the Abbey of Montecassino.
The origins of this diocesan Sanctuary (since 2002) are tied to a prodigious event that occurred during Byzantine Iconoclasm, when a wooden statue of the Madonna miraculously drifted to Tropea’s beaches from the Orient, as if to escape the destruction of sacred images that was carried out in Byzantium’s area between the 8th and 9th centuries.
Unfortunately, that wooden statue of Mary has vanished without leaving a trace. But the Sanctuary is still there, looking out to the same sea that gave it its millenary roots.