• Today, since The weather wasn’t that bad and my working schedule finished earlier, I took a little stroll along the river.
    The natural setting beside the river is fascinating to me; everything looks more beautiful and energising. Everything is kept in good condition and glowing by water.

    Happy Wednesday everyone!

    #SomeeEvolution #Somee #Hive #OriginalContentOnly #WalkingAlongTheRiver #WeyRiverSide #BeautifulNature
    #Recharging #Energising
    Today, since The weather wasn’t that bad and my working schedule finished earlier, I took a little stroll along the river. The natural setting beside the river is fascinating to me; everything looks more beautiful and energising. Everything is kept in good condition and glowing by water. đŸĨ° Happy Wednesday everyone! 😍 #SomeeEvolution #Somee #Hive #OriginalContentOnly #WalkingAlongTheRiver #WeyRiverSide #BeautifulNature #Recharging #Energising
    Like
    22
    0 Comments 0 Shares 1290 Views
  • Domino the Explorer
    The Tennessee Aquarium in Chattanooga. I didn't see any crypto whales but I did see some amazing sea life! The tour took about two hours and there are two different experinces. The River Journey and the Ocean Journey. My least favorite part was not being able to eat anything but my favorite part was the butterfly garden (not sure who decided that goes with an aquarium but it works). I had such an amazing time when I fin-ished the tour I wanted to do it again!
    explorecat




    Domino the Explorer The Tennessee Aquarium in Chattanooga. I didn't see any crypto whales but I did see some amazing sea life! The tour took about two hours and there are two different experinces. The River Journey and the Ocean Journey. My least favorite part was not being able to eat anything but my favorite part was the butterfly garden (not sure who decided that goes with an aquarium but it works). I had such an amazing time when I fin-ished the tour I wanted to do it again! explorecat
    4 Comments 0 Shares 325 Views
  • A few super cars I saw on street
    There was some kind of event, and the drivers stopped for refreshments at a nice bar on the beach.
    Sound when thay started their engines... Priceless!!
    A few super cars I saw on street There was some kind of event, and the drivers stopped for refreshments at a nice bar on the beach. Sound when thay started their engines... Priceless!!
    Like
    Wow
    14
    3 Comments 0 Shares 645 Views
  • If you’re looking for a unique and beautiful getaway in Venezuela, La Palmerita Cascade in the town of La Azulita is an ideal spot. Located in the Merida state of Venezuela, this stunning natural attraction offers breathtaking views and plenty to explore.

    The cascades are surrounded by lush vegetation that includes tropical flowers, trees and shrubs as well as wildlife such as monkeys, birds and butterflies. Visitors can also find many species of fish swimming around its crystal clear waters which makes it perfect for fishing enthusiasts or those who simply want to admire nature's beauty from afar.

    For camping lovers there are several options available including tents provided by local tour operators or even renting a cabin nearby so you can enjoy all the tranquility that comes with staying close to nature while still having access to basic amenities like electricity if needed. Furthermore there is no shortage of activities here; visitors can go hiking on trails through dense forests or take boat rides along rivers where they might be lucky enough to spot some exotic animals up close!

    In addition, at certain times during summer months special events may be held near the cascade such as music concerts featuring traditional Venezuelan folk songs accompanied by dancers dressed up in colorful costumes which really adds an extra layer of excitement when visiting this place! All these features make La Palmerita Cascade one destination not-to-miss when traveling through Merida State - come experience its magical beauty today!
    If you’re looking for a unique and beautiful getaway in Venezuela, La Palmerita Cascade in the town of La Azulita is an ideal spot. Located in the Merida state of Venezuela, this stunning natural attraction offers breathtaking views and plenty to explore. The cascades are surrounded by lush vegetation that includes tropical flowers, trees and shrubs as well as wildlife such as monkeys, birds and butterflies. Visitors can also find many species of fish swimming around its crystal clear waters which makes it perfect for fishing enthusiasts or those who simply want to admire nature's beauty from afar. For camping lovers there are several options available including tents provided by local tour operators or even renting a cabin nearby so you can enjoy all the tranquility that comes with staying close to nature while still having access to basic amenities like electricity if needed. Furthermore there is no shortage of activities here; visitors can go hiking on trails through dense forests or take boat rides along rivers where they might be lucky enough to spot some exotic animals up close! In addition, at certain times during summer months special events may be held near the cascade such as music concerts featuring traditional Venezuelan folk songs accompanied by dancers dressed up in colorful costumes which really adds an extra layer of excitement when visiting this place! All these features make La Palmerita Cascade one destination not-to-miss when traveling through Merida State - come experience its magical beauty today!
    Like
    9
    0 Comments 0 Shares 2769 Views
  • Upper Mesa Falls is a waterfall on the Henrys Fork in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest. Upstream from Lower Mesa Falls, it is roughly 16 miles (26 km) away from Ashton, Idaho.[2]
    Mesa Falls Tuff, which is the rock over which Upper Mesa Falls cascades, was formed 1.3 million years ago. A cycle of rhyolitic volcanism from the Henrys Fork caldera deposited a thick layer of rock and ash across the area.[4] This layer compressed and hardened over time.
    Between 200,000 and 600,000 years ago, the river eroded a wide canyon which was subsequently partly filled with basalt lava flows. The Henrys Fork of the Snake River then carved the channel through the basalt; which is the inner canyon seen today.
    Upper Mesa Falls is a waterfall on the Henrys Fork in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest. Upstream from Lower Mesa Falls, it is roughly 16 miles (26 km) away from Ashton, Idaho.[2] Mesa Falls Tuff, which is the rock over which Upper Mesa Falls cascades, was formed 1.3 million years ago. A cycle of rhyolitic volcanism from the Henrys Fork caldera deposited a thick layer of rock and ash across the area.[4] This layer compressed and hardened over time. Between 200,000 and 600,000 years ago, the river eroded a wide canyon which was subsequently partly filled with basalt lava flows. The Henrys Fork of the Snake River then carved the channel through the basalt; which is the inner canyon seen today.
    Like
    Love
    5
    0 Comments 0 Shares 501 Views 12
  • It's delightful and great for the digestion to take a stroll in the afternoon, isn't it?
    After a few days of rain and high winds, the trees in this area were in serious trouble. Some of them broke off in pieces, like this in the first pic.

    I adore coming here to see birds and water around.

    Surprisingly enough, despite frequently taking this path along the river for my leisurely stroll, I never noticed this massive tree, even though it is situated in a strategic place. I'm not sure whether you can tell from the photo, but it's quite huge.

    Happy Saturday everyone!

    #SomeeEvolution #Somee #Hive #OriginalContentOnly #WeekendVibe #AfternoonStroll #WalkingAlongTheRiver
    It's delightful and great for the digestion to take a stroll in the afternoon, isn't it? After a few days of rain and high winds, the trees in this area were in serious trouble. Some of them broke off in pieces, like this in the first pic. I adore coming here to see birds and water around. đŸĨ° Surprisingly enough, despite frequently taking this path along the river for my leisurely stroll, I never noticed this massive tree, even though it is situated in a strategic place. I'm not sure whether you can tell from the photo, but it's quite huge. Happy Saturday everyone! 😍 #SomeeEvolution #Somee #Hive #OriginalContentOnly #WeekendVibe #AfternoonStroll #WalkingAlongTheRiver
    Like
    Love
    22
    0 Comments 0 Shares 1211 Views
  • Los muchachos de mi pueblo representándonos en el clásico mundial de béisbol , Eduardo Escobar "el de la pica " y Alexis Rivero
    Los muchachos de mi pueblo representándonos en el clásico mundial de béisbol , Eduardo Escobar "el de la pica " y Alexis Rivero 👋
    Like
    Love
    5
    0 Comments 0 Shares 250 Views
  • CSX said that the derailment does not pose a public safety risk, even though there’s an “unknown amount” of diesel fuel being carried downstream in the New River.
    CSX said that the derailment does not pose a public safety risk, even though there’s an “unknown amount” of diesel fuel being carried downstream in the New River.
    WWW.NATURALBLAZE.COM
    Another Train Derailment: Diesel Spills Into River
    These toxic “accidents” just keep piling up. Not too long ago, a string of food supply plants and warehouses were going up in flames too.
    Like
    1
    0 Comments 0 Shares 332 Views
  • Alexis Rivero. Padrote de mi barrio que nos representará.
    Alexis Rivero. Padrote de mi barrio que nos representará.
    Like
    Love
    3
    0 Comments 0 Shares 181 Views
  • The Niagara of the West"
    Often referred to as the Niagara of the West, Shoshone Falls is a must see attraction in Twin Falls, Idaho.  At 212 feet tall and 900 foot wide, Shoshone Falls is one of the largest natural waterfalls in the United States surpassing the height of the famous Niagara Falls. Shoshone Falls is located on the Snake River as it carves its way through a deep basalt Canyon on its way to the Columbia River.
    The Niagara of the West" Often referred to as the Niagara of the West, Shoshone Falls is a must see attraction in Twin Falls, Idaho.  At 212 feet tall and 900 foot wide, Shoshone Falls is one of the largest natural waterfalls in the United States surpassing the height of the famous Niagara Falls. Shoshone Falls is located on the Snake River as it carves its way through a deep basalt Canyon on its way to the Columbia River.
    Like
    5
    2 Comments 0 Shares 593 Views 28
  • Had to check on my Cabin in the Wood today. Its a tiny cabin situated right on the South Santiam river along Hwy 20. Still some snow hanging around from last week.
    Had to check on my Cabin in the Wood today. Its a tiny cabin situated right on the South Santiam river along Hwy 20. Still some snow hanging around from last week.
    Like
    Love
    26
    2 Comments 0 Shares 615 Views
  • GAME:
    A man stands on one side of a river, his dog on the other. The man calls his dog, who immediately crosses the river without getting wet and without using a bridge or a boat.
    How did the dog do it?
    🤖 GAME: A man stands on one side of a river, his dog on the other. The man calls his dog, who immediately crosses the river without getting wet and without using a bridge or a boat. 🕹ī¸ How did the dog do it?
    Like
    Love
    10
    3 Comments 0 Shares 455 Views
  • Pouring down rain but wewalked anyway and Kona had a great time getting a little muddy. This is a tributary to the Tualatin River. I don't know the name but i know its manmade
    Pouring down rain but wewalked anyway and Kona had a great time getting a little muddy. This is a tributary to the Tualatin River. I don't know the name but i know its manmade
    Like
    16
    0 Comments 0 Shares 468 Views