In 2 months, it will be my first year of no solo travels. I keep digging up photos that I passed up long ago, and it's only now that I feel my memories in them. I left my heart in all places elsewhere but home. I long for my sunlight every now and then.
Congrats to @el_squid for his haul last month both in and out of the ocean 🏆. I'm thrilled he's enjoying his articulating shark jaws and sweet @g_narwhal cooler he won 🎣🔥🤘🏼Thank you for the beautiful photos from Puerto Rico, Tony!
Check out the craftsmanship of these jaws!! Big thanks to @elfwerks for January's prize in the Spearfishing division for @oceanwarfare along with this badass @g_narwhal cooler. If you haven't seen what these guys are doing go to oceanwarfare.com and sign up to compete for incredible monthly prizes in both rod reel and spearfishing. It's open to Puerto Rico now as well so get on it...
Karena cerita tentang Cinderella dan sepatu kaca nya sudah terlalu mainstream
Kelak akan ku cerita kan ke anak cucu ku tentang aku dan sepatu gunung ku
PS : sepatu ini dibeli waktu mau ke Semeru May 2015 jadi jangan ditanya bentuk nya sekarang kaya gimana 😬
8AM thousands of feet over the Canadian Rockies and above the morning fog. That’s my kind of wake up call.
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Sunrise on Mars: Our Opportunity rover was built to last 90 sols, or Martian days. The intrepid rover has survived to see 5,000 sols of exploration and counting. A sol lasts about 40 minutes longer than an Earth day.
Here we see sunrise as a new day breaks over the Red Planet on sol 4,999, Feb. 15, 2018. This view looking across Endeavour Crater was taken with Opportunity’s Panoramic Camera (Pancam), yielding this processed, approximately true-color scene. This view combines three separate exposures taken and was processed to correct for some of the oversaturation and glare, though it still includes some artifacts from pointing a camera with a dusty lens at the Sun.
Opportunity has driven a little over 28.02 miles (45.1 km) since it landed in the Meridiani Planum region of Mars in January 2004.
Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Cornell/Arizona State Univ./Texas A&M