Bali's gorgeous waterfalls, rice fields and palm trees 🌴
It's not hard to see why Bali Swing is one of Bali's most instagrammable spots.
Beautiful photo by @meryldenis#backpackersworld
3729 minutes ago
ARRASTA PRO LADO ——> Submerged !! Muitas pessoas me perguntam como é o processo de manipulação, no video tentei mostrar Um pouco de como faço esse processo, bom como o insta não regula o vídeo teve um crop mas é bem simples fazer uma manipulação. Espero que gostem 😊
Music: twelve titans music - Bound by Purpose.
Street scenes (Trying something different - swipe slowly to catch all frames) #streetphotography
19313 minutes ago
Wow. Check out those dark ass clouds. 🌫🌫🌫
9113 minutes ago
Something I’ve learned from when I used to film skateboarding a while ago, is that there’s nothing more authentic, true and immersive than raw unedited footage. Everyone’s entitled to their own opinion but I’ve never been one for over the top transitions and distracting music. Here’s some footage of a lite sunset climb from a while ago
Drone pilot: @mathieuestibals
La Sagrada família ETA 2026: Antoni Gaudí (1926) forseeing his incomplete masterpiece, through the archway of the Casa Mila (1912)
24217 minutes ago
365 days ago: The night shift ✨
While living in Bombay for a short time last year I took up residence at the newly opened Panda Backpacker hostel in Colaba, Mumbai.
To be honest I was on a tight budget and it wasn't easy finding something I could afford in central Mumbai
Just before I arrived in India and with a previously arranged accommodation cancelled, I discovered the Panda Backpacker hostel.
Staying in a hostel for a month or two wasn't a thing I dreamed of. Hostels are amazing for a few nights and moving on but they're so full on, staying in the same one for a month was a pretty tough idea😅
From the moment I arrived until the moment I left, it was a home.
The hostel was still being built and renovated but all the staff there became friends. They treated me like their friend and made it a home for me. .
Every evening around 6pm the night security doorman would arrive at the hostel.
I'd usually arrive back from my day around 630pm - 7pm and we'd have a chat.
Nothing much, I'd ask him how his day was at home and he'd ask me what I'd been doing
I'd tell him I'd spent the day in Chor Bazaar or walking the Grant Road or whatever and we'd smile and laugh
Then in the morning I'd usually catch him before he finished his shift and he would ask "where you go today... You go walking yes?" with a big smile.
We talked every day and every night I came back we'd shake hands and say "goodnight sir"
A lovely and gentle man in a beautiful home from home. I miss those guys... This photo was taken a year ago today as I said goodbye to the security guy and of course all my other friends there... We keep contact as all good friends do... See you again someday ✨🇮🇳🕉️
@ansh.dewaney - give my best to him and everyone else... Thinking of you guys! .
Bombay, India - March 26 2018