“So this image was actually taken two years ago while I was on a cruise with my family. It was a pretty amazing time to be quite honest. The exposure to a vastly different society was quite the experience I wouldn’t trade for the world. Between the local’s and the amazing beaches I can diffidently see myself heading back down in the future.”
“This image was taken during a Ski-Snowboarding trip to the White hills skiing resort outside of Clarenville. By far, it was one of the best trips in terms of things accomplished (hit a ramp, flew a couple feet in the year before tumbling) and weather. From the top of the hill, I managed to snap a picture of the silhouette of people below me, and it really blew my mind how we are so small, but yet do so much in this world. I would recommend this spot on a beautiful winters day to any aspiring winter-athletes and casuals alike!”
Hello there! I was recently reading about a kid from Quebec who actually found a whole set of Maya ruins by mapping out star constellations! Anyways, after reading the article I felt the sudden urge to go explore google earth, and after doing my casual browsing around for an hour, I found this odd open patch of forest that seemed to be very distant away from any nearby towns or recognized locations, and on further inspection I could make out that there is some sort of structure there.
Here is a link to the exact coordinates of this place, and if you happen to identify this I’d love to know!
If the link doesn’t work for you, just paste this into your browser!
And also I’d love to know what this is.
“Being to the Colosseum in Rome was a breath taking moment of my life. For the first time ever, I was at a place where I had already understood the history, and seen countless times before, although never in person. Walking in through the stone arcs was an experience unlike any other, akin to your first time riding a bike, or your first trip on your own. This day was a day of clouds, and drizzle, which is what i am used to as I am from the foggiest capital city in the world (St. John’s) but to me, it was a day unlike any other. My mind still holds the taste of the air and the the sound of the crowds of people, enjoying the same monument that I was.”
“This photo is of me and my buddy Nick at our graduation prom at the Delta the other night! What an experience. Thought I’d share it to my blog and all”
“This is a picture of the front lobby of the first building I worked at. A lot of work went into finishing this building at the time, so I decided to snap this picture. This was just a few days after the airplane went missing from Malaysia, which is part of the reason why this picture has value to me, as it brings back a rush of memory’s from those few days.”
“I went to New York city back in 2014, and man was it an eye opener. Never before in my life have I been surrounded by nothing but millions of people, and a sea of massive sky scrapers. From the point of view of somebody who is from a very rural province, this place was extremely smelly. Every turn, you could either taste the exhaust of cars in the air, or you could smell the all to often whiff of sewage. It also put right in my face the fact that most people who live in cities like New York, and even smaller, are almost always surrounded in a light haziness. The place was nice and all, but it was all to noisy for me to get to sleep, so that was the biggest dislike I had towards New York. I had a beautiful time enjoying the culture, and New York experience! The tall buildings were cool, the statue of liberty was cool, and so was the many attractions we did! Overall, I see why people like to go to New York City, but its not the favorite place for somebody from a small place like me.”