Colorful ceramic decorations of a skull, jack-o-lantern and a pumpkin on sale at the grocery store for Halloween and Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). I was looking at this picture at the doctor’s office yesterday. My doctor saw it and told me that she liked it. #autumncolors#justgoshoot#welivetoexplore#photodaily#fall
notre gel d'Aloe vera est préparé à partir de jus natif frais, issu du cœur de l'Aloe vera et par simple ajout d'un gélifiant naturel (la gomme xanthane) pour en faire une formule adaptée à un usage cosmétique. Ce gel est fabriqué à froid pour préserver sa richesse en mucilages, en vitamines et en éléments nutritifs. Le jus d'aloe vera est connu pour ses multiples propriétés sur la peau: . Problèmes cutanés : acné, eczéma, herpès, psoriasis,...
. Peaux irritées, sensibles, feu du rasoir . Coups de soleil, brûlures (1er et 2nd degré), plaies.
c'est un véritable trésor de la nature et un must pour tous types de peaux !
Na terra do "no trespassing" é incrível a liberdade para explorar os parques nacionais. Os riscos são avisados, mas a decisão é sua e somente sua do caminho que irá tomar. Em uma das andanças pelo wilderness americano encontrei esse animal selvagem e o pôr do sol mais bonito que já vi!
It's like real life Photoshop layers! Such a beautiful day yesterday! You would never have guessed that there was a storm here 24 hours before hand. Anyway if you've missed it I have a new cover of @Kodaline Ready To Change and a new vlog of hurricane Ophelia on my channel with the link as always in the bio! ( The vlog is currently restricted on mobile in some countries as I used The Lumineers song Ophelia ). In other news there is a cover of @gavinjameslive 'Hearts On Fire' coming tonight or tomorrow 🔥
"People fail to get along because they fear each other. They fear each other because they don't know each other. They don't know each other because they have not communicated with each other" - Martin Luther King Jr
Being black in Japan (and Asia in general) proved to me that people are curious and they normally fear that which they don't know. I was stared at (nothing new in Asia) but when I got to talk to those people, they mostly wanted to know more about me. Where I'm from, why I'm here, my hair, if they can touch my hair, why I'm traveling alone. Answering these questions and being friendly, normally leads to new friends and local experiences that if I was stuck up I wouldn't get to experience.
I've learned to embrace my brown skin and teach people about where I come from while learning about them. The world if full wonders waiting to be explored.
Here's to educating the masses.
This is Eduardo Lopez on the summit of Cotopaxi (19,347 ft / 5,897 m). He's a mountain guide in Equador. He climbs Cotopaxi at least five times a week with very basic equipment and on minimal wage. This is the only time I climbed with a guide as I was solo travelling South America at the time. And I'm so very glad I did. It was raining and snowing horizontally in the clouds down there. Full on raging storm. But Eduardo somehow knew that it would still, quiet and beautiful up there. He was right. -20 and no wind at all. We had a great time as I was fit and acclimatized. We went up and down Cotopaxi in a little less that 3 hours, breaking his own record by almost 2 hours. He was so happy and prood! You should've seen him! One of my best moment in the mountains. I gave him my @thenorthface mountaineering gloves as he badly needed some (look at the tape on his gloves on this pic). And a very good tip. It was an awesome experience. Support your #mountainguides , they are amazing!