Castle of Light. The day’s last light hitting Castle Tyrol, one of many historical gems in the region of Merano. It was built before 1100 and gave its name to the entire region of Tyrol. That’s all the history I know about this place, but I’m sure there’s enough to fill book shelves. [anzeige] @visitsouthtyrol #southtyrol
Dear Mr. Dolomiti, it was great seeing you again! Each time we meet I’m reminded that our planet is so full of wonders. You also remind me that those wonders need to be protected! Therefore I’m glad that you’re under special protection since you were named a UNESCO world heritage site in 2009. Happy 10 year anniversary, btw! May you continue to serve as an inspiration for generations to come. All the best, Lennart #dolomiti #dolomites #southtyrol @visitsouthtyrol *anzeige
Two things I noticed when I visited Bruges for the first time: 1. The city is absolutely worth a visit. 2. I wasn’t the first person to realize that. The amount of tourists was far beyond what I expected. But similarly to most touristy places: once you move away from the center there are still plenty of quiet corners. Who‘s been to Bruges? 🇧🇪🤚🏻
Had a blast exploring this historical Belgian city with my dude @theolator Even tho we were amidst people, streets and houses the entire time, it felt like true exploration. It must have been the fact that we had zero shots or spots in mind when we entered the city, so everything we found felt entirely new and undiscovered to us. More to come! Can you name this place?
Less is more... ...unless we’re talking about the size of the earth‘s ice caps which have been melting at an alarming rate. Why is that a problem? The obvious one: it’s a threat to both wildlife and marine life in the polar regions. But it also has a global impact. The polar ice caps play an important role in regulating the earth’s temperature and the melting of the caps results in an accelerated rise of temperatures across the planet. Another result is the rise of sea level across the globe which is a threat to both people and animals, especially in low elevation areas close to the sea. What can we do about it? More than you might think...
Rainy Memories. Growing up I shared a bedroom with my younger brother. The room had a roof window, just like this one and I still remember falling asleep to the subtle sound of rain hitting the glass. Other nights it rained so heavily that the noise of it tore me from sleep in the middle of the night. For a second I was scared, but it never took long until my comforting bed convinced me to fall back asleep in peace. Amazing how a simple photo can spark an entire world of memories.