You don’t always need a logical reason for doing everything in life. Do it because you want to, because it’s fun, because it makes you happy 🧡
Two weeks ago I didn’t know how to knit. Here I am today, cranking out beanies like a grandma. I’ve always had a sparkle in my eye for creation. When I was little I used to make friendship bracelets, boondoggles... you name it.
I recently came across @smeenybeanieknits and she inspired me to learn to knit. This beanie I actually made with one of her patterns! I have been so overwhelmed with all the love you guys have shown for the beanies I’ve made and I can’t wait for you guys to start wearing them too ☺️ Just remember, it’s never too late to learn something in life, especially if it makes you happy. Who cares what people think, if it’s important to you that’s all that matters!
I’ll be starting my own Etsy shop soon with my knits, just waiting on Wildson tags to finish them off! What color beanies would you guys like to see me knit?! ✨
“When scattered clouds are resting on the bosoms of hills, it seems as if one might climb into the heavenly region, earth being so intermixed with sky, and gradually transformed into it.” ~Nathaniel Hawthorne
My husband is an artist, and he often asks for feedback on his work. I’m always able to give a subjective aesthetic opinion, but never able to articulate exactly why I think what I think about the art. That’s how I feel when looking at astoundingly beautiful views of nature. Why is the reflecting of clouds and colors on a body of water so pleasing to the human eye? Is there some evolutionary benefit to being hardwired to find beauty in compositional symmetry? Are repeating patterns in nature so fascinating to my brain because I myself am a reflection and repeated pattern within nature? These are the thoughts I have when given a silent moment to observe the world. Then, I’m suddenly jarred back into realizing there are real-world tasks to be done, and it’s best just to let beauty be beauty and not overthink it. What types of images make your brain and heart happy to look at? Do you ever wonder why you see beauty in those images?
“A vida é uma bela jornada se for um processo de constante aprendizagem e investigação. Então ela é excitação a cada momento, pois a cada momento você está abrindo uma nova porta, está entrando em contato com um novo mistério.”
.📌 Buraco do Padre - Ponta Grossa - Paraná .
O nome do local está ligado à história dos Padres Jesuítas que lá meditavam. O Buraco do Padre é uma furna que apresenta em seu interior uma imponente cascata de 30m, formada pelo Rio Quebra Perna. Para acesso à furna é necessário percorrer uma trilha de 1km a pé com presença de obstáculos naturais. O acesso é fácil e a sua trilha principal foi recentemente reviltalizada, permitindo que cadeirantes e pessoas com dificuldade de locomoção cheguem à furna. Localiza-se na Região de Itaiacoca e é uma Unidade de Conservação, não é permitido acampar neste recinto.
O acesso ao local se dá pela Rodovia do Talco (PR 513) km 14. A partir do Campus Uvaranas da UEPG deve-se percorrer 16 km e virar à direita numa estrada não pavimentada. Após 6 km deve-se virar à esquerda para o acesso ao Buraco do Padre. Valor por pessoa R$ 30,00 - existem outras trilhas na propriedade, algumas delas tem valores diferenciados.
. ♻️ ʀᴇᴄᴏʟʜᴀ sᴇᴜ ʟɪxᴏ ɴᴀs ᴛʀɪʟʜᴀs, ғᴀçᴀ sᴜᴀ ᴘᴀʀᴛᴇ, ᴀ ɴᴀᴛᴜʀᴇᴢᴀ ᴀɢʀᴀᴅᴇᴄᴇ. 🐿🐝.
. Que tal conhecer também os meus amigos ⤵️.
. 👉🏾 @ligeirolg .
. 👉🏾 @rafinha_mck .
. 👉🏾 @pelomato .
. 👉🏾 @photografartebrasil .
. 👉🏾 @jefersonpacheco85 .
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I thought skydiving would be my worst adventure, but Greg showed me that it’s definitely mountain climbing in snow. I was struggling.
What's makes a ski touring outing an adventure? The people you go with... and maybe the badass mountains you scale.
Mountaineers @laurent.saulnier and @ayjaylaruday climbing a steep couloir nestled between Eagle Peak and Avalanche Mountain. The exposure was daunting: wet sluffing and getting pushed over large cliffs was our main concern on that super warm spring day.
Artist Palette showing its true colors⛰. It’s so funny how quickly the parking lot emptied out right as the sun went down. People never seem to have the patience to wait for that 15 minutes window of color that shows up right after sunset and changes the whole environment. During the day this scene is hit with direct sunlight and the colors aren’t too visible. As soon as the sun dips below the horizon and the sky turns to pastels, the landscape changes and reveals a palette of multicolored rock.
Why can’t cows wear flip flops?? Cause they lactose! 🐄 -
Okay so I’m practicing my puffin pose... how did I do?
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Zitat des Tages💭
„Ganz oben zu sein, die Schwierigkeiten überwunden zu haben, ohne Angst, als eine gemeinsame Leistung - das ist das beste Gefühl überhaupt.“
Du möchtest mehr zum Thema Bergsteigen wissen und deine Fähigkeiten erweitern? 😃
In meiner Profilbeschreibung findest du einen Link zu meinem kostenlosen Blog, wo ich tiefgreifend auf alle Punkte vom Equipment über Training und Planung eingehe. 😉👌
Ich verrate dir dort auch Geheimtipps, was dir keiner sagt! Schau unbedingt vorbei.😊
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Fond memories from New Zealand cruising around in this vintage kombi camper.
Stay Adventurous Dear Friends •