Taking in the great Rift Valley while on Safari in Tanzania
There is nothing quite like being on safari in Africa.
Waking up to the sunrise and heading out to see the animals on the savannah.
Man, what an experience. We have been to Tanzania before but never got the chance to go on Safari here.
There is just so much to see. Being able to see it through our @transitionslenses has made it even better.
Now we have seamless adaptability inside our hotel to outside on the savannah, day and night, and we never miss a moment worth seeing.
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Photo from BC #guestagrammer@victoraerden: "The Alaska Highway crosses through the northern terminus of the Rocky Mountains in Stone Mountain and Muncho Lake Provincial Parks. Both of them are underrated gems that offer incredible landscapes and hiking opportunities. This photo is a stretch of the Alaska Highway winding along Summit Lake in Stone Mountain Provincial Park. If you’re ever there, I highly recommend camping at the Lake and taking the hike up Summit Peak, one of the last peaks of the Rockies. It offers 360 views of the Rockies on one side and the endless forests and rolling hills on the other." #exploreBC#exploreCanada#explorenorthernBC#bcparks
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Lightning strikes New York City's One World Trade Center on Tuesday night and @jorycard captured the moment in slow motion.
#SpeakingInDance | “Where do you find that higher sense of realization?” asked the dancer Apoorva Jayaraman. “Where do you find inner peace? This piece basically says don’t look outside to find that — look within.” @apoorva_rj, who performs on Aug. 24 at @dixonplace as part of Drive East 2017, a festival of classical Indian music and dance presented by @navatman, specializes in #bharatanatyam, which she started studying at 5. She also has a Ph.D in astronomy. “There’s no money in astronomy or in dance,” she said, laughing. But there are parallels: “It’s about how you train your mind and your sense of intuition,” she said. “If you look at ancient India, I don’t think that science and art were ever compartmentalized.” In this piece, @apoorva_rj begins with the peacock. “Visually, it talks about how all of nature is in harmony with the music being played by Lord Krishna,” she told the @nytimes writer @giadk.“The peacocks move to the rhythm of his music, the bees hum along and the cows are fanning him with their tails.” @gwbitz made this video for #SpeakingInDance, our weekly series exploring the world of #dance.
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Vacation is going on...✊🏽😛😛😛🚀
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O retrospecto do confronto entre Flamengo x Botafogo é favorável ao Mais Querido. Hoje, mais um capítulo dessa história. #SomosTodos