When grandmother realised I'm taking her photo, she posed for me, then started to talk in Vietnamese. Although I didnt understand a single word and she couldnt speak in English, we talked and laughed a lot. She also asked me to show her pics on my camera's lcd. I think she was happy with the pics
مادر بزرگ وقتى فهميد دارم ازش عكس ميگيرم، شروع كرد باهام به ويتنامى حرف زدن، نه من ميفهميدم چى ميگه نه اون ميفهميد من چى ميگم ولى كلى خنديديم باهم! بعد بهم گفت عكسايى كه ازش گرفتم رو روى lcd دوربينم نشونِش بدم. از ژست هايى كه گرفته بود و عكسام راضى بود
Contour lines have the ability to turn a 2D map into a 3D representation of the land around you. Understanding contours and being able to 'see' the shape of the land from them is a really important tool when it comes to navigation.
Join us on our Navigation Day in the Peak District 11th November to learn all about them. There's a link to all of our upcoming events in the bio.
Who remembers learning about contour lines at school? Was geography the best or worst subject?
Family First. All day. Every day. Whether it's those we see often or those we don't, Family First, All day, Every day.
Especially when they come in the shape of our hilariously cheeky and huge brown eyed nephew, Billy!
We had such a lovely day celebrating Billy's 3rd birthday with the rest of the Lowe family over the weekend.
Look at his little proud face here! And those big brown eyes.
Aah, Billy Bach! ❤️ #whpmyeveryday
“Being able to read a map can open up a whole new world around you, they inspire adventure, they allow us to escape well-worn paths and explore moors and mountains with far more confidence, self-sufficiency and safety awareness. They give us freedom, they provide a blueprint in which to plan a journey and hold vital information about the physical environment ahead”. Its National Map Reading week this week; 16th - 22nd October and the guys over at Ordnance Survey have lots of handy tips, fab advice as well as details of local events ➡️ https://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/getoutside/guides/national-map-reading-week-events/