Now Discovering Coromandel, New Zealand, with @nicolaiabano.
"Coromandel Peninsula is one of the best place in Northern New Zealand where you can see the coastal area and be amazed with the beauty of Cathedral Cove. Being there is out of this world, the calmness of the ocean, the stunning sunset across the horizon, and astonishing landscape." #thediscoverer#nowdiscovering
Winter roads of Alaska ❄️ Swipe over and see the how incredible it would be to visit! Tag a friend you’d like to go on a winter road trip here!
Photos by @neohumanity
You were waiting for this! ✨
I’ve lost count of how many of you have asked me about how I edit my Instagram stories!
You can discover all the apps I use to edit my stories on the link in bio 🙂 Enjoy creating!
Ps: I waited very patiently to this photo moment to happen too! It’s one of my favorites - do you prefer to see me on my pictures or do you also enjoy these ones?
Might be the craziest sunset of 2019 yet. I made a spontaneous decision to drive 4 hours to the coast last weekend. While approaching I saw some thick dark clouds in the horizon thought I was gonna get skunkked again. But when I get closer I realized there was a break of clouds on the horizon, I knew the sunset was going to be insane. 1 hour later the Earth put on one of the best shows I've ever seen of my life.
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Thinking the forecast is calling for hot spring weather this weekend, whatcha think #PNW?
Suit by @oakumco 📸 by @jwesdixon
Some of my best moments whilst travelling were the ones that I spent alone... it was so nice to have this sprawling Sri Lankan beach all to myself. Just hop on your moped and head East from crowded surf spot Hiriketiya Beach and you will find yourself a place like this.
“Man, the Measure of All Things” is another stunning mural created by the artist Walter Womacka. The work was seen on the now demolished building of the GDR’s Ministry of Construction up until 2010.
Fortunately, the six-story art piece, made of enameled copper sheets, was dismantled, reassembled and once again displayed to the public on the residential building complex at Friedrichsgracht.
Check out the link in bio for more Socialist realist murals in East Berlin!