If you watch my stories, you'll know I've just been to England, and it turned into a bit of adventure (see Highlights called "from airports" on my profile).
Here's one of the photos from Bushy Park in London. You might be able to see a bit of snow here.
All glory comes from daring to begin. -Shakespeare
What is your favorite wonder of nature?
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Spent the day today at the Pompidou. Great way to spend a cold Sunday. Have you ever visited?
Being next to a glacier made me feel both happy and sad at the same time. On the one hand, I was happy to experience this icy nature side, which definitely was an overwhelming experience. On the other hand, I know that every year the beautiful glacier shrinks a few meters due to global warming and it is happening just right in this moment
Since I have been at the Icelandic glaciers I somehow got this idea stuck in my mind. The idea of doing a trip to similar landscapes e.g. in Greenland to experience more of the icy environment and get into touch with the accompanying fauna. We will see, maybe I will get there somewhen!
Christmas is so close and all we want is to be with our loved ones. Sometimes we can’t be with everyone we love, but we carry them in our hearts and minds.
3 more days and I’ll be reunited with my partner in crime, my best friend, my instagram photographer ♥️
What did you write to Santa this year?
Looking for a great way to spend a #SundayFunday in Rome? We really enjoyed walking along the Piazza Navona, seeing the sights, the vendors, enjoying a gelato. A great place to slow down and enjoy the life around you.⠀
So I went to college at Florida Institute of Technology. When I started I knew I wanted to do engineering but I had no idea what field of engineering. So when I started, I did General Engineering. We had an Introduction to Engineering class where the real purpose of the class was to present the different fields of engineering so that by the end of the semester we could declare one as our major. The field that interested me the most of Ocean Engineering so that is what I decided to do. I always loved the water so it seemed like a good fit. 7 years later I am still happy with my choice because otherwise I would be living a completely different life right now! What is a life decision you made that greatly impacted your life? Comment below!