One of my favorite people Anthony Bourdain once said, “it seems that the more places I experience, the bigger I realize the world to be”- it’s so true, I love the feeling of being humbled by traveling to another place and experiencing a completely different culture, it makes you realize how small your world is in comparison to how big the world actually is; how you’re only living one version in a million of the human experience. But at the same time travel makes you realize we’re not really all that different. i wore a hijab to be respectful when visiting this mosque and at the store this really sweet girl helped me put it on. We didn’t speak the same language, but she was smiling as she helped me, and it felt like she was a close friend.
I can’t really describe it, but experiences like this give me such a special feeling of being really close to and really loving people ? see you tonight, Dubai ?????
Baca caption @asmirandah89 jadi terharuuuu ... ?
Kerja bareng mereka tahun 2012, semua masih berstatus single dan sekarang bertemu mereka lg sudah berstatus sebagai istri. And here I am mau nyusul mereka.. Yes it’s true @asmirandah89, time does fly ❤️ #BinarBeningBerlianReunion
Photo by @BrianSkerry | Three sperm whales socialize in the waters off of Dominica in the eastern Caribbean. The whale on the bottom is a calf is named Digit, and she became entangled in fishing gear in 2015. It was looking like a death sentence for the young whale, but surprisingly in 2018 Digit was completely
free! These whales have been studied for 15 years by Shane Gero, founder of the the Dominica Sperm Whale Project. In a story on the @natgeo website @craigwelch writes about Shane’s work with these animals, their families, and this special story. This population of whales is on a six percent annual decline due to anthropogenic stresses, such as entanglement in fishing gear and ship strikes. If they die off, we would lose a whale culture that possesses unique knowledge about its home waters.
To see more photos of whales and learn about their fascinating cultures, follow @BrianSkerry#whales#spermwhales#dominicaspermwhaleproject#whaleculture#dominica#caribbean#oceantrash#plastictrash