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Soaring peaks and beautiful valleys—what more can you ask for?Featured | @eyes.abroadLocation | El Chaltén, Patagonia, Argentina#WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You?____________________#TOTEMMade #Patagonia #Argentina
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Soaring peaks and beautiful valleys—what more can you ask for? Featured | @eyes.abroad Location | El Chaltén, Patagonia, Argentina #WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You? ____________________ #TOTEMMade #Patagonia #Argentina

totem_made @connography_ Right? Clearly you need to get down to Patagonia! Check out @eyes.abroad for more 😊

totem_made @karagiasotou Check out @eyes.abroad for more! 😊

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Is it just us, or do puffins look like a cross between a penguin and a toucan? ____________________ @jc_wings: A portrait of a Horned puffin as it rests on the volcanic cliff face of St Paul island, Alaska. Horned puffins are named for the fleshy projections that grow above their eyes. It is easy to see why the have garnered the nickname of “clowns of the sea”. However, in my opinion they are one of the most striking birds out there. The Horned puffin is often confused with the Atlantic puffin, which lives in the Atlantic ocean. They are different species. Some of the major differences are that the horned puffin is larger, its bill is different, their “horns” are significantly longer, and it lives in the North Pacific. Puffins belong to the family Alcidae which is made up of puffins, murres, auks, auklets, etc. St Paul Island, Alaska, where this photograph was made is home to seven alcid species during the breeding season, two of which are puffins. Nikon AF-S 80-400mm 1:4.5-5.6 G ED VR lens. ____________________ Featured | @jc_wings Location | Saint Paul Island, St. Paul, Alaska #WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You? ____________________ #TOTEMMade #HornedPuffin #Alaska

totem_made @mypractice_ We're glad we can show you new things! Check out @jc_wings for more 😊

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A bit of drama on the Aiguille Noire de Peuterey in the Val Veny. In the 2 weeks we spent in this area, this was the only day that threatened a little weather though we escaped the day without a drop of rain 💧''#courmayeur #alpes #bns_earth #ig_france #mountains #valdaosta #arcteryx #italia #valledaostaimmaginiemozioni #italy #chamonixmontblanc #chamonix #montblanc #hautesavoie #france #igersmountains #hiking #climbing #mountains #dramatic #extreme #wanderlust #agameoftones #artofvisuals #ourplanetdaily #globalcapture #wildernessculture #landscapephotography #exceptional_pictures #totemmade
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A bit of drama on the Aiguille Noire de Peuterey in the Val Veny. In the 2 weeks we spent in this area, this was the only day that threatened a little weather though we escaped the day without a drop of rain 💧 ' ' #courmayeur #alpes #bns_earth #ig_france #mountains #valdaosta #arcteryx #italia #valledaostaimmaginiemozioni #italy #chamonixmontblanc #chamonix #montblanc #hautesavoie #france #igersmountains #hiking #climbing #mountains #dramatic #extreme #wanderlust #agameoftones #artofvisuals #ourplanetdaily #globalcapture #wildernessculture #landscapephotography #exceptional_pictures #totemmade

nicholas_steven_ Wow such breath taking scenery 😍

ic_eye Spectacular! 🔝

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No better way to start the day than with an early morning hike.NOTE: This place was established as a Research Natural Area in 2001 and is therefore closed access except for permitted scientific and educational purposes. Thanks to our friends over at @mountrainiernps for letting us know, more details in the comments.We have a general rule wherein we don't geotag any specific locations that haven't been provided to us or can't be found within 5-10 minutes of strategic online searching (thus took us ~25 minutes). This is because we think it's irresponsible and hypocritical to promote inclusivity and exploration while also saying basic information should only be available to an elite few. Further, social media might reveal new locations to larger crowds, but planning a trip is a fully conscious effort and demonstrates that someone is willing to travel somewhere to share in an experience.To be fair to those against (specific) geotagging, many—or even most—people nowadays are exploring for the sake of sharing on social media. This includes outdoor influencers who keep locations secret because they feel they 'worked hard to find the place' and feel a sense of ownership/protection for their photo (not for the actual location); thus they make no effort to educate their audiences on how to responsibly access the outdoors and the cycle continues.Some people who do access the outdoors may engage in behavior such as building illegal campfires, camping where it's not allowed, approaching wildlife, littering, wandering off of trails, bringing dogs where dogs are not allowed, etc. This highlights a failure to educate; when people access the outdoors in a limited manner, they don't witness long-term effects of their behavior. In fact, by accessing nature less often, they are driven to behave in destructive ways that they cannot otherwise such as cutting down trees or making flower crowns from wildflowers. People are ignorant, not inherently maleficent, and the remedy is education.Featured | @tygrobyLocation | Mount Rainier National Park, Washington#WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You?____________________#TOTEMMade #MountRainierNationalPark #Washington
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No better way to start the day than with an early morning hike. NOTE: This place was established as a Research Natural Area in 2001 and is therefore closed access except for permitted scientific and educational purposes. Thanks to our friends over at @mountrainiernps for letting us know, more details in the comments. We have a general rule wherein we don't geotag any specific locations that haven't been provided to us or can't be found within 5-10 minutes of strategic online searching (thus took us ~25 minutes). This is because we think it's irresponsible and hypocritical to promote inclusivity and exploration while also saying basic information should only be available to an elite few. Further, social media might reveal new locations to larger crowds, but planning a trip is a fully conscious effort and demonstrates that someone is willing to travel somewhere to share in an experience. To be fair to those against (specific) geotagging, many—or even most—people nowadays are exploring for the sake of sharing on social media. This includes outdoor influencers who keep locations secret because they feel they 'worked hard to find the place' and feel a sense of ownership/protection for their photo (not for the actual location); thus they make no effort to educate their audiences on how to responsibly access the outdoors and the cycle continues. Some people who do access the outdoors may engage in behavior such as building illegal campfires, camping where it's not allowed, approaching wildlife, littering, wandering off of trails, bringing dogs where dogs are not allowed, etc. This highlights a failure to educate; when people access the outdoors in a limited manner, they don't witness long-term effects of their behavior. In fact, by accessing nature less often, they are driven to behave in destructive ways that they cannot otherwise such as cutting down trees or making flower crowns from wildflowers. People are ignorant, not inherently maleficent, and the remedy is education. Featured | @tygroby Location | Mount Rainier National Park, Washington #WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You? ____________________ #TOTEMMade #MountRainierNationalPark #Washington

kareliialeks @totem_made спасибо

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#Repost @totem_made• • • • • •The family tree.These are Northern Saw-whet Owls. At the top is an adult, and the 5 bottom owls are young owls. The young owls, with their dark brown heads and ochre-beige breasts, look so different from adults, which have lighter heads and speckled white breasts, that naturalists once believed they were different species. It doesn't help that this species is extremely secretive and somewhat hard to study. These owls can be found from southern Alaska and Canada down through central Mexico. They inhabit a diverse range of wooded habitats where they feed on small animals such as birds, mice, bats, and even young squirrels.The origin of their name is a bit of a mystery. Some have said their name comes from their call which sounds like someone sharpening a saw. Others say French pioneers would remark, "Regarde lá, une chouette!" which translates to, "Look there, an owl!" The English tried to adopt the French saying but their accent made "chouette" sound more like "saw-whet." We're not sure which origin story is true, but now you should know the French word for owl.We have a confession to make: this is actually not a photo but a painting from 1995. Stunned? We were.Featured | © Carl BrendersLocation | Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska#WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You?____________________#TOTEMMade #Owl #Alaska
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#Repost @totem_made • • • • • • The family tree. These are Northern Saw-whet Owls. At the top is an adult, and the 5 bottom owls are young owls. The young owls, with their dark brown heads and ochre-beige breasts, look so different from adults, which have lighter heads and speckled white breasts, that naturalists once believed they were different species. It doesn't help that this species is extremely secretive and somewhat hard to study. These owls can be found from southern Alaska and Canada down through central Mexico. They inhabit a diverse range of wooded habitats where they feed on small animals such as birds, mice, bats, and even young squirrels. The origin of their name is a bit of a mystery. Some have said their name comes from their call which sounds like someone sharpening a saw. Others say French pioneers would remark, "Regarde lá, une chouette!" which translates to, "Look there, an owl!" The English tried to adopt the French saying but their accent made "chouette" sound more like "saw-whet." We're not sure which origin story is true, but now you should know the French word for owl. We have a confession to make: this is actually not a photo but a painting from 1995. Stunned? We were. Featured | © Carl Brenders Location | Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska #WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You? ____________________ #TOTEMMade #Owl #Alaska

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#Repost @totem_made• • • • • •This lonely willow tree is the most photographed tree in all of New Zealand.It doesn't have an official name, but it has been dubbed the Wanaka Tree after its home Lake Wanaka. It had become famous for being the solitary tree that grows in the lake and is often photographed against the backdrop of New Zealand's Southern Alps. There are no official signs that guide visitors to the tree, but with a little research it isn't too difficult to find it. In the winter, the water levels are sometimes low enough that visitors can walk right out next to the tree.This tree is often photographed at sunrise or sunset when the light is low because the midday sun washes out the view. The waters here are cold and refreshing, and the lake, which is New Zealand's fourth largest, is a popular destination to relax or enjoy some lake water sports.Featured | @matthewhahnelLocation | Lake Wanaka, Wanaka, South Island, New Zealand#WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You?____________________#TOTEMMade #LakeWanaka #NewZealand
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#Repost @totem_made • • • • • • This lonely willow tree is the most photographed tree in all of New Zealand. It doesn't have an official name, but it has been dubbed the Wanaka Tree after its home Lake Wanaka. It had become famous for being the solitary tree that grows in the lake and is often photographed against the backdrop of New Zealand's Southern Alps. There are no official signs that guide visitors to the tree, but with a little research it isn't too difficult to find it. In the winter, the water levels are sometimes low enough that visitors can walk right out next to the tree. This tree is often photographed at sunrise or sunset when the light is low because the midday sun washes out the view. The waters here are cold and refreshing, and the lake, which is New Zealand's fourth largest, is a popular destination to relax or enjoy some lake water sports. Featured | @matthewhahnel Location | Lake Wanaka, Wanaka, South Island, New Zealand #WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You? ____________________ #TOTEMMade #LakeWanaka #NewZealand

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#Repost @totem_made• • • • • •Iceland has the best roadtrip views.Anyone else feeling a sudden urge to go on a roadtrip?Featured | @grgcollierLocation | Lómagnúpur, Southern Region, Iceland#WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You?____________________#TOTEMMade #SouthernRegion #Iceland
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#Repost @totem_made • • • • • • Iceland has the best roadtrip views. Anyone else feeling a sudden urge to go on a roadtrip? Featured | @grgcollier Location | Lómagnúpur, Southern Region, Iceland #WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You? ____________________ #TOTEMMade #SouthernRegion #Iceland

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#Repost @totem_made• • • • • •This sacred land is home to one of the world's most ancient formations.This is what's left of the throat of an ancient volcano. After millions of years of erosion, what was once buried 2,500—3,000ft (750—1,000m) below the surface now soars almost 1,600ft (488m) straight out of the earth with nothing but flat land for miles around.This ilsenberg is a sacred Navajo mountain they call Tsé Bit'a'í, which means "winged rock." In Navajo Indian mythology, the ground became a giant bird that carried the Navajo Nation from the cold lands of the North to their current homeland in the American Southwest. When viewed from certain angles, the rock formation looks like a sitting bird with folded wings. Because it is sacred land, climbing the mountain is forbidden for outsiders.Featured | @luke.sky.watcherLocation | Ship Rock, Shiprock, New Mexico#WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You?____________________#TOTEMMade #ShipRock #NewMexico
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#Repost @totem_made • • • • • • This sacred land is home to one of the world's most ancient formations. This is what's left of the throat of an ancient volcano. After millions of years of erosion, what was once buried 2,500—3,000ft (750—1,000m) below the surface now soars almost 1,600ft (488m) straight out of the earth with nothing but flat land for miles around. This ilsenberg is a sacred Navajo mountain they call Tsé Bit'a'í, which means "winged rock." In Navajo Indian mythology, the ground became a giant bird that carried the Navajo Nation from the cold lands of the North to their current homeland in the American Southwest. When viewed from certain angles, the rock formation looks like a sitting bird with folded wings. Because it is sacred land, climbing the mountain is forbidden for outsiders. Featured | @luke.sky.watcher Location | Ship Rock, Shiprock, New Mexico #WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You? ____________________ #TOTEMMade #ShipRock #NewMexico

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#Repost @totem_made• • • • • •Swipe to see this whale in action.This is a fin whale. It is a type of rorqual whale, which are a subgroup of baleen whales. These whales often lunge up towards the surface of the water to scoop up small shoaling fish and small crustaceans, straining the food from the water through their baleen plates like a filter. Adult fin whales regularly reach about 68 ft (21 m) long and weigh about 100,000 lbs (48,360 kg), making fin whales the second largest whale species after blue whales. To keep up this size and maintain their energy, fin whales have to eat a lot—around 4,000 lbs (1,800 kg) a day!Featured | @kristincampbellLocation | Near Newport Beach, California#WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You?____________________#TOTEMMade #FinWhale #California
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#Repost @totem_made • • • • • • Swipe to see this whale in action. This is a fin whale. It is a type of rorqual whale, which are a subgroup of baleen whales. These whales often lunge up towards the surface of the water to scoop up small shoaling fish and small crustaceans, straining the food from the water through their baleen plates like a filter. Adult fin whales regularly reach about 68 ft (21 m) long and weigh about 100,000 lbs (48,360 kg), making fin whales the second largest whale species after blue whales. To keep up this size and maintain their energy, fin whales have to eat a lot—around 4,000 lbs (1,800 kg) a day! Featured | @kristincampbell Location | Near Newport Beach, California #WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You? ____________________ #TOTEMMade #FinWhale #California

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#Repost @totem_made• • • • • •Face-to-face with the ghost of the Arctic.____________________@benjaminhardman: An unforgettable moment at the edge of the fast ice. Two Polar bears had been playing together at the waters edge, a mating couple we soon learned. Leading up to this image, the female had fallen into the water as the ice cracked beneath her, the male soon followed. They were diving down to fetch some kelp from the seabed beneath, and bringing it up to investigate. Soon after, the female bear looked towards our zodiac, swimming nearer as I captured the scene at 500mm. We swiftly gained some distance, and left them to continue their ways.____________________Polar bears are sometimes nicknamed the ghosts of the Arctic. This is partly because their white coats help them blend in against the snowy landscape, and they can use this to ambush prey. However, they are also disappearing. Their icy homes are shrinking, and their prey sources are also dwindling. Polar bears have begun to move South to warmer places in search of food, and have been mating with other species (specifically brown bears like grizzlies). This means that seeing a polar bear is becoming rare, and is almost like seeing a ghost. There is also an increasingly likelihood that they will disappear in our lifetime, when they will truly be ghosts and only exist in books, videos, and our memory.Featured | @benjaminhardmanLocation | Arctic Ocean, Svalbard, Norway#WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You?____________________#TOTEMMade #PolarBear #Norway
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#Repost @totem_made • • • • • • Face-to-face with the ghost of the Arctic. ____________________ @benjaminhardman: An unforgettable moment at the edge of the fast ice. Two Polar bears had been playing together at the waters edge, a mating couple we soon learned. Leading up to this image, the female had fallen into the water as the ice cracked beneath her, the male soon followed. They were diving down to fetch some kelp from the seabed beneath, and bringing it up to investigate. Soon after, the female bear looked towards our zodiac, swimming nearer as I captured the scene at 500mm. We swiftly gained some distance, and left them to continue their ways. ____________________ Polar bears are sometimes nicknamed the ghosts of the Arctic. This is partly because their white coats help them blend in against the snowy landscape, and they can use this to ambush prey. However, they are also disappearing. Their icy homes are shrinking, and their prey sources are also dwindling. Polar bears have begun to move South to warmer places in search of food, and have been mating with other species (specifically brown bears like grizzlies). This means that seeing a polar bear is becoming rare, and is almost like seeing a ghost. There is also an increasingly likelihood that they will disappear in our lifetime, when they will truly be ghosts and only exist in books, videos, and our memory. Featured | @benjaminhardman Location | Arctic Ocean, Svalbard, Norway #WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You? ____________________ #TOTEMMade #PolarBear #Norway

2 days ago
#Repost @totem_made• • • • • •Dramatic clouds brewing in California skies.This is a cumulonimbus cloud (more shots of this cloud on @a_guy_named_eric's page). These are fueled by strong convective updrafts that give them their height. These clouds can easily reach 40,000 ft (12.2 km), but can easily exceed this because the stronger the updrafts, the taller the clouds. The tallest cumulonimbus clouds have been measured at more than 14 miles tall, or 75,000 ft (23 km)! Large cumulonimbus are typically found in the tropics, and are accompanied by severe thunderstorms.These clouds may sometimes form as single towers, but often form walls that are several miles long. Lower levels are mostly made of water droplets, but at higher elevations where temperatures reach below freezing the lower levels are typically dominated by ice crystals. These tend to form in the afternoon and early evening when the cumulative effects of the sun's heating are greatest and drive strong updrafts of air.Featured | @a_guy_named_ericLocation | Knight's Ferry, California#WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You?____________________#TOTEMMade #Cumulonimbus #California
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#Repost @totem_made • • • • • • Dramatic clouds brewing in California skies. This is a cumulonimbus cloud (more shots of this cloud on @a_guy_named_eric's page). These are fueled by strong convective updrafts that give them their height. These clouds can easily reach 40,000 ft (12.2 km), but can easily exceed this because the stronger the updrafts, the taller the clouds. The tallest cumulonimbus clouds have been measured at more than 14 miles tall, or 75,000 ft (23 km)! Large cumulonimbus are typically found in the tropics, and are accompanied by severe thunderstorms. These clouds may sometimes form as single towers, but often form walls that are several miles long. Lower levels are mostly made of water droplets, but at higher elevations where temperatures reach below freezing the lower levels are typically dominated by ice crystals. These tend to form in the afternoon and early evening when the cumulative effects of the sun's heating are greatest and drive strong updrafts of air. Featured | @a_guy_named_eric Location | Knight's Ferry, California #WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You? ____________________ #TOTEMMade #Cumulonimbus #California

2 days ago
Walkway through the heart of a Swiss glacier.Featured | @long.explorerLocation | Rhône Glacier, Furkapass, Valais, Switzerland#WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You?____________________#TOTEMMade #RhôneGlacier #Switzerland
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Walkway through the heart of a Swiss glacier. Featured | @long.explorer Location | Rhône Glacier, Furkapass, Valais, Switzerland #WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You? ____________________ #TOTEMMade #RhneGlacier #Switzerland

heeroyuy8 Brrrrr

starijunx Magical 🔥😍

3 days ago
Heavenly light through a cave in Japan.This is Kameiwa Cave, also referred to as Nomizo Falls. It's not a natural cave, as it was actually manmade for irrigation purposes in the Edo era (mid-1600s). Today, however, it seems that Nature has reclaimed this place.This cave was relatively unknown and unappreciated outside of Japan until 2015 when a photographer first shared it on Instagram. People thought it looked like a Studio Ghibli movie setting, and the cave's popularity grew from there. It now sees around 5,000 people per weekend.Depending on the season and time of day, this place will either look straight out of fantasy or it will look like a brown hole in the mountain, so do your research before visiting for the best viewing experience.Featured | @takaphilographyLocation | Kameiwa Cave/Nomizo Falls, Kimitsu, Chiba Prefecture, Japan#WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You?____________________#TOTEMMade #KameiwaCave #Japan
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Heavenly light through a cave in Japan. This is Kameiwa Cave, also referred to as Nomizo Falls. It's not a natural cave, as it was actually manmade for irrigation purposes in the Edo era (mid-1600s). Today, however, it seems that Nature has reclaimed this place. This cave was relatively unknown and unappreciated outside of Japan until 2015 when a photographer first shared it on Instagram. People thought it looked like a Studio Ghibli movie setting, and the cave's popularity grew from there. It now sees around 5,000 people per weekend. Depending on the season and time of day, this place will either look straight out of fantasy or it will look like a brown hole in the mountain, so do your research before visiting for the best viewing experience. Featured | @takaphilography Location | Kameiwa Cave/Nomizo Falls, Kimitsu, Chiba Prefecture, Japan #WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You? ____________________ #TOTEMMade #KameiwaCave #Japan

mypractice_ @totem_made they are indeed gems.......as most of your incredible pictures. And they are grandkids! 😍

bghose11 Wow..looks so surreal. Thanks for sharing the beautiful facts and anecdotes

4 days ago
@totem_made Wolf among the frost.Note: Ninja (pictured) is not a wolf, but is actually a Siberian Husky who was bred to look like a wolf.Featured | @ninja.vom.wolfstorLocation | Mainz, Bayern, Germany#bestplacesnorth #WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You?____________________#TOTEMMade #Wolf #weroamgermany
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@totem_made Wolf among the frost. Note: Ninja (pictured) is not a wolf, but is actually a Siberian Husky who was bred to look like a wolf. Featured | @ninja.vom.wolfstor Location | Mainz, Bayern, Germany #bestplacesnorth #WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You? ____________________ #TOTEMMade #Wolf #weroamgermany

clamothe65 Trop beau j'adore 👍👍👍🤩🤩🤩

printmiuk Great post @placesnorth! 😍💜

4 days ago
Giants Causeway was such a unique place to see. It was amazing being surround by 40,000 basalt collumns of all different shapes and sizes overlooking the ocean. Legend says that there were two giants: Finn and Benandonner. They would holler across the sea of Moyle from Ireland to Scotland demanding a trial of their strength. Finn built a causeway to make this contest happen, but fell asleep from the hard labor. Finn’s wife found him sleeping when Benandonner was quickly approaching. She covered Finn with a nightgown and bonnet to hide his identity when Benandonner asked where he was. Panicked by the size of the “baby”, Benandonner retreated back to Scotland destroying the causeway in his path.•••••#planet_locations #loveireland #exploreireland #wanderireland #ireland_insta #special_shots #ig_ireland #eclectic_shotz #planet_earth_shots #bestpicturesgallery #beyondthelands_ #Totemmade #ireland_passion #raw_waters #topirelandphoto #dreaming_landscape #landscape_capture #gottolove_this #moodnation #igworldglobal #unlimitedireland #earthescope #descubreirlanda #splendid_earthpix #thewanderco
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Giants Causeway was such a unique place to see. It was amazing being surround by 40,000 basalt collumns of all different shapes and sizes overlooking the ocean. Legend says that there were two giants: Finn and Benandonner. They would holler across the sea of Moyle from Ireland to Scotland demanding a trial of their strength. Finn built a causeway to make this contest happen, but fell asleep from the hard labor. Finn’s wife found him sleeping when Benandonner was quickly approaching. She covered Finn with a nightgown and bonnet to hide his identity when Benandonner asked where he was. Panicked by the size of the “baby”, Benandonner retreated back to Scotland destroying the causeway in his path. • • • • • #planet_locations #loveireland #exploreireland #wanderireland #ireland_insta #special_shots #ig_ireland #eclectic_shotz #planet_earth_shots #bestpicturesgallery #beyondthelands_ #Totemmade #ireland_passion #raw_waters #topirelandphoto #dreaming_landscape #landscape_capture #gottolove_this #moodnation #igworldglobal #unlimitedireland #earthescope #descubreirlanda #splendid_earthpix #thewanderco

itsmesaul You got a lot of amazing shots but this one is definitely something out of a movie!!💯

yuri_vantowski @itsmesaul Thank you! I’m glad you think so 🙏🏼🙌🏽🙌🏽

4 days ago
Wolf among the frost.Note: Ninja (pictured) is not a wolf, but is actually a Siberian Husky who was bred to look like a wolf.Featured | @ninja.vom.wolfstorLocation | Mainz, Bayern, Germany#WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You?____________________#TOTEMMade #Wolf #WeRoamGermany
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Wolf among the frost. Note: Ninja (pictured) is not a wolf, but is actually a Siberian Husky who was bred to look like a wolf. Featured | @ninja.vom.wolfstor Location | Mainz, Bayern, Germany #WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You? ____________________ #TOTEMMade #Wolf #WeRoamGermany

captain_perepelkin @micaela.leigh that is a badass!!!! Looking dog! 🔥❤️

5 days ago
Dramatic clouds brewing in California skies.This is a cumulonimbus cloud (more shots of this cloud on @a_guy_named_eric's page). These are fueled by strong convective updrafts that give them their height. These clouds can easily reach 40,000 ft (12.2 km), but can easily exceed this because the stronger the updrafts, the taller the clouds. The tallest cumulonimbus clouds have been measured at more than 14 miles tall, or 75,000 ft (23 km)! Large cumulonimbus are typically found in the tropics, and are accompanied by severe thunderstorms.These clouds may sometimes form as single towers, but often form walls that are several miles long. Lower levels are mostly made of water droplets, but at higher elevations where temperatures reach below freezing the lower levels are typically dominated by ice crystals. These tend to form in the afternoon and early evening when the cumulative effects of the sun's heating are greatest and drive strong updrafts of air.Featured | @a_guy_named_ericLocation | Knight's Ferry, California#WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You?____________________#TOTEMMade #Cumulonimbus #California
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Dramatic clouds brewing in California skies. This is a cumulonimbus cloud (more shots of this cloud on @a_guy_named_eric's page). These are fueled by strong convective updrafts that give them their height. These clouds can easily reach 40,000 ft (12.2 km), but can easily exceed this because the stronger the updrafts, the taller the clouds. The tallest cumulonimbus clouds have been measured at more than 14 miles tall, or 75,000 ft (23 km)! Large cumulonimbus are typically found in the tropics, and are accompanied by severe thunderstorms. These clouds may sometimes form as single towers, but often form walls that are several miles long. Lower levels are mostly made of water droplets, but at higher elevations where temperatures reach below freezing the lower levels are typically dominated by ice crystals. These tend to form in the afternoon and early evening when the cumulative effects of the sun's heating are greatest and drive strong updrafts of air. Featured | @a_guy_named_eric Location | Knight's Ferry, California #WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You? ____________________ #TOTEMMade #Cumulonimbus #California

mariabird8484 That is one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen. Thank you for sharing💗🌻

mariabird8484 Wait this is edited?!!! Lol still beautiful but that’s so funny lol

6 days ago
Winding roads and tall mountains are the secret to a good road trip.Do you agree? What do you think makes a good road trip?Featured | @mitch_exploresIn Frame | @fameisficklefoodLocation | Kananaskis Country, Alberta, Canada#WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You?____________________#TOTEMMade #Alberta #Canada
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Winding roads and tall mountains are the secret to a good road trip. Do you agree? What do you think makes a good road trip? Featured | @mitch_explores In Frame | @fameisficklefood Location | Kananaskis Country, Alberta, Canada #WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You? ____________________ #TOTEMMade #Alberta #Canada

saludablesdietas1981 Where is this at?what country?

itsbasion Really digging your landscape photos! 👏

1 weeks ago
This sacred land is home to one of the world's most ancient formations.This is what's left of the throat of an ancient volcano. After millions of years of erosion, what was once buried 2,500—3,000ft (750—1,000m) below the surface now soars almost 1,600ft (488m) straight out of the earth with nothing but flat land for miles around.This ilsenberg is a sacred Navajo mountain they call Tsé Bit'a'í, which means "winged rock." In Navajo Indian mythology, the ground became a giant bird that carried the Navajo Nation from the cold lands of the North to their current homeland in the American Southwest. When viewed from certain angles, the rock formation looks like a sitting bird with folded wings. Because it is sacred land, climbing the mountain is forbidden for outsiders.Featured | @luke.sky.watcherLocation | Ship Rock, Shiprock, New Mexico#WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You?____________________#TOTEMMade #ShipRock #NewMexico
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This sacred land is home to one of the world's most ancient formations. This is what's left of the throat of an ancient volcano. After millions of years of erosion, what was once buried 2,500—3,000ft (750—1,000m) below the surface now soars almost 1,600ft (488m) straight out of the earth with nothing but flat land for miles around. This ilsenberg is a sacred Navajo mountain they call Tsé Bit'a'í, which means "winged rock." In Navajo Indian mythology, the ground became a giant bird that carried the Navajo Nation from the cold lands of the North to their current homeland in the American Southwest. When viewed from certain angles, the rock formation looks like a sitting bird with folded wings. Because it is sacred land, climbing the mountain is forbidden for outsiders. Featured | @luke.sky.watcher Location | Ship Rock, Shiprock, New Mexico #WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You? ____________________ #TOTEMMade #ShipRock #NewMexico

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Swipe to see this whale in action. This is a fin whale. It is a type of rorqual whale, which are a subgroup of baleen whales. These whales often lunge up towards the surface of the water to scoop up small shoaling fish and small crustaceans, straining the food from the water through their baleen plates like a filter. Adult fin whales regularly reach about 68 ft (21 m) long and weigh about 100,000 lbs (48,360 kg), making fin whales the second largest whale species after blue whales. To keep up this size and maintain their energy, fin whales have to eat a lot—around 4,000 lbs (1,800 kg) a day! Featured | @kristincampbell Location | Near Newport Beach, California #WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You? ____________________ #TOTEMMade #FinWhale #California

totem_made @ryrymerino We know what you mean! If we recall correctly, an extreme fear of the ocean is thalassophobia, and those who cear the ocean often fear its depth and immense size, or what may lurk below. How is something as large as a fin whale able to hide in (almost) plain sight? We understand what you mean 😊

2 weeks ago
One of the most iconic landforms in Norway.Featured | @olegrestLocation | Segla, Senja, Norway#WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You?____________________#TOTEMMade #Segla #Norway
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One of the most iconic landforms in Norway. Featured | @olegrest Location | Segla, Senja, Norway #WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You? ____________________ #TOTEMMade #Segla #Norway

draden_is_my_name I like how that plant is pushing your eye to the view

aufgehts Really spectacular 💙

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The icy gateway of Greenland. ____________________ @rawmeyn: This arch was about 30m (98ft) tall. That’s considered small for Greenland 🇬🇱. We’ve been on the very southern tip of the country were not many icebergs are. On the next day we watched it breaking apart. As icebergs melt, they leak nutrients into the ocean around them. Water surrounding icebergs teems with plankton, fish, and other sea life. We saw a whale in that bay later the same day. ____________________ Featured | @rawmeyn Location | Somewhere in Greenland #WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You? ____________________ #TOTEMMade #Iceberg #Greenland

daniel_dowdy Great shot! 🤙🏼😊

pgashwin 🔥🔥

2 weeks ago
A magical moment in the Garden of the Gods.Featured | @danielbenjaminphotoLocation | Garden of the Gods, Colorado Springs, Colorado#WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You?____________________#TOTEMMade #GardenOfTheGods #Colorado
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A magical moment in the Garden of the Gods. Featured | @danielbenjaminphoto Location | Garden of the Gods, Colorado Springs, Colorado #WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You? ____________________ #TOTEMMade #GardenOfTheGods #Colorado

karagiasotou 😍😍😍👌👌👌👌👌

ameliajean1023 I love this place ❤️❤️

2 weeks ago
#Repost @totem_madeMade by @Image.Downloader· · · ·Could you imagine waking up here?The rice terraces of the Philippine Cordillera are a UNESCO World Heritage site that covers 4,000 sq miles (10,360 sq km) of steep, mountainous terrain in maze-like hand-carved terraces--some of which are more than 2,000 years old. The area's landscape makes it difficult to grow crops with traditional methods; however, the ingenuity of the local peoples working with nature has transformed a disadvantage into a life-sustaining resource for many. This harmonious relationship also makes this one of the most beautiful places in the world, with some calling this the Eighth Wonder of the World.Pictured here is Batad, arguably the most beautiful and picturesque of the rice terrace clusters in the UNESCO World Heritage site. The terraces make the best of seasonal weather to grow as much rice as possible. Water flows from the mountains in May and June, which softens the soil and makes it ideal for planting rice. Often before the rice has fully grown, this area can look like a mountain of mirrors due to the pooled water reflecting the sky. By mid-September to mid-October, the rice is ready to harvest, and the mountainside terraces are full of people gleaning the results of their work.Featured | @giuligartnerLocation | Batad Rice Terraces, Phillippine Cordillera, Banaue, Philippines#WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You?____________________#TOTEMMade #RiceTerraces #Philippines
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#Repost @totem_made Made by @Image.Downloader · · · · Could you imagine waking up here? The rice terraces of the Philippine Cordillera are a UNESCO World Heritage site that covers 4,000 sq miles (10,360 sq km) of steep, mountainous terrain in maze-like hand-carved terraces--some of which are more than 2,000 years old. The area's landscape makes it difficult to grow crops with traditional methods; however, the ingenuity of the local peoples working with nature has transformed a disadvantage into a life-sustaining resource for many. This harmonious relationship also makes this one of the most beautiful places in the world, with some calling this the Eighth Wonder of the World. Pictured here is Batad, arguably the most beautiful and picturesque of the rice terrace clusters in the UNESCO World Heritage site. The terraces make the best of seasonal weather to grow as much rice as possible. Water flows from the mountains in May and June, which softens the soil and makes it ideal for planting rice. Often before the rice has fully grown, this area can look like a mountain of mirrors due to the pooled water reflecting the sky. By mid-September to mid-October, the rice is ready to harvest, and the mountainside terraces are full of people gleaning the results of their work. Featured | @giuligartner Location | Batad Rice Terraces, Phillippine Cordillera, Banaue, Philippines #WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You? ____________________ #TOTEMMade #RiceTerraces #Philippines

2 weeks ago
Face-to-face with the ghost of the Arctic.____________________@benjaminhardman: An unforgettable moment at the edge of the fast ice. Two Polar bears had been playing together at the waters edge, a mating couple we soon learned. Leading up to this image, the female had fallen into the water as the ice cracked beneath her, the male soon followed. They were diving down to fetch some kelp from the seabed beneath, and bringing it up to investigate. Soon after, the female bear looked towards our zodiac, swimming nearer as I captured the scene at 500mm. We swiftly gained some distance, and left them to continue their ways.____________________Polar bears are sometimes nicknamed the ghosts of the Arctic. This is partly because their white coats help them blend in against the snowy landscape, and they can use this to ambush prey. However, they are also disappearing. Their icy homes are shrinking, and their prey sources are also dwindling. Polar bears have begun to move South to warmer places in search of food, and have been mating with other species (specifically brown bears like grizzlies). This means that seeing a polar bear is becoming rare, and is almost like seeing a ghost. There is also an increasingly likelihood that they will disappear in our lifetime, when they will truly be ghosts and only exist in books, videos, and our memory.Featured | @benjaminhardmanLocation | Arctic Ocean, Svalbard, Norway#WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You?____________________#TOTEMMade #PolarBear #Norway
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Face-to-face with the ghost of the Arctic. ____________________ @benjaminhardman: An unforgettable moment at the edge of the fast ice. Two Polar bears had been playing together at the waters edge, a mating couple we soon learned. Leading up to this image, the female had fallen into the water as the ice cracked beneath her, the male soon followed. They were diving down to fetch some kelp from the seabed beneath, and bringing it up to investigate. Soon after, the female bear looked towards our zodiac, swimming nearer as I captured the scene at 500mm. We swiftly gained some distance, and left them to continue their ways. ____________________ Polar bears are sometimes nicknamed the ghosts of the Arctic. This is partly because their white coats help them blend in against the snowy landscape, and they can use this to ambush prey. However, they are also disappearing. Their icy homes are shrinking, and their prey sources are also dwindling. Polar bears have begun to move South to warmer places in search of food, and have been mating with other species (specifically brown bears like grizzlies). This means that seeing a polar bear is becoming rare, and is almost like seeing a ghost. There is also an increasingly likelihood that they will disappear in our lifetime, when they will truly be ghosts and only exist in books, videos, and our memory. Featured | @benjaminhardman Location | Arctic Ocean, Svalbard, Norway #WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You? ____________________ #TOTEMMade #PolarBear #Norway

totem_made @artfilimonova Check out @benjaminhardman for more! 😊

kareliialeks @totem_made спасибо

2 weeks ago
The classic, vibrant blues of Canada's Moraine Lake.The vibrant blue color of Canadian lakes is due to rock flour in the water. Rock flour is produced by the movement of glaciers or boulders that cause rock surfaces to grind against one another. Because the rock flour is very lightweight, it remains suspended in the water. This then scatters sunlight to produce that famous blue color, the same way dust in the atmosphere makes our skies look blue.This is Moraine Lake, one of Canada's most popular and most visited lakes, in large part due to the rise of Instagram. We believe everyone ought to have access natural spaces, and that it should not be restricted to an elite few as in years past, but that also means we have to be mindful of our impact on these places. Be responsible by packing out whatever you bring in and researching any rules for visitors. Oh, and be prepared to encounter other people.Featured | @alberthbyangLocation | Moraine Lake, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada#WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You?____________________#TOTEMMade #MoraineLake #BanffNationalPark
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The classic, vibrant blues of Canada's Moraine Lake. The vibrant blue color of Canadian lakes is due to rock flour in the water. Rock flour is produced by the movement of glaciers or boulders that cause rock surfaces to grind against one another. Because the rock flour is very lightweight, it remains suspended in the water. This then scatters sunlight to produce that famous blue color, the same way dust in the atmosphere makes our skies look blue. This is Moraine Lake, one of Canada's most popular and most visited lakes, in large part due to the rise of Instagram. We believe everyone ought to have access natural spaces, and that it should not be restricted to an elite few as in years past, but that also means we have to be mindful of our impact on these places. Be responsible by packing out whatever you bring in and researching any rules for visitors. Oh, and be prepared to encounter other people. Featured | @alberthbyang Location | Moraine Lake, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada #WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You? ____________________ #TOTEMMade #MoraineLake #BanffNationalPark

angela__177 Stunning

ameliajean1023 The water ❤️❤️❤️

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Could you imagine waking up here? The rice terraces of the Philippine Cordillera are a UNESCO World Heritage site that covers 4,000 sq miles (10,360 sq km) of steep, mountainous terrain in maze-like hand-carved terraces--some of which are more than 2,000 years old. The area's landscape makes it difficult to grow crops with traditional methods; however, the ingenuity of the local peoples working with nature has transformed a disadvantage into a life-sustaining resource for many. This harmonious relationship also makes this one of the most beautiful places in the world, with some calling this the Eighth Wonder of the World. Pictured here is Batad, arguably the most beautiful and picturesque of the rice terrace clusters in the UNESCO World Heritage site. The terraces make the best of seasonal weather to grow as much rice as possible. Water flows from the mountains in May and June, which softens the soil and makes it ideal for planting rice. Often before the rice has fully grown, this area can look like a mountain of mirrors due to the pooled water reflecting the sky. By mid-September to mid-October, the rice is ready to harvest, and the mountainside terraces are full of people gleaning the results of their work. Featured | @giuligartner Location | Batad Rice Terraces, Phillippine Cordillera, Banaue, Philippines #WWTTY | Where Will TOTEM Take You? ____________________ #TOTEMMade #RiceTerraces #Philippines

living_tuscany Yep👍 that would be something 😍 great pictures

mitch_explores Love this shot!

3 weeks ago
These beautiful evenings. If you can find a place. A special place. Where nature envelopes you. Stop. Listen. I’m trying not to rush. To the next thing on the list. Because. If I do stop. Just for a while. Clarity of purpose arrives. With the bird song. And the breeze. The way becomes clearer. But. I don’t care. How long the journey takes. Or. Whether I get lost. Just for a while. Nothing really matters. But. This. Moment. Training is not all sweat. The mind needs training too. #leadership #riskmanagement #slowthinking #mindfulness #cpre #woodlandtrust #gettinglost #conservation #naturephotography #nature #countryside #trees #walking #mentalhealth #escape #exploremore #getoutside #miniadventures #unenvironment #undp #wwf_uk #ngtuk #ordnancesurvey #wildlifeconservation #metoffice #100isnow #ngtuk #betterwithforests #totemmade
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These beautiful evenings. If you can find a place. A special place. Where nature envelopes you. Stop. Listen. I’m trying not to rush. To the next thing on the list. Because. If I do stop. Just for a while. Clarity of purpose arrives. With the bird song. And the breeze. The way becomes clearer. But. I don’t care. How long the journey takes. Or. Whether I get lost. Just for a while. Nothing really matters. But. This. Moment. Training is not all sweat. The mind needs training too. #leadership #riskmanagement #slowthinking #mindfulness #cpre #woodlandtrust #gettinglost #conservation #naturephotography #nature #countryside #trees #walking #mentalhealth #escape #exploremore #getoutside #miniadventures #unenvironment #undp #wwf_uk #ngtuk #ordnancesurvey #wildlifeconservation #metoffice #100isnow #ngtuk #betterwithforests #totemmade

wild.yonder @catherinebroadbent9 I was slow. And did stop. Honest 😎

catherinebroadbent9 @wild.yonder slow compared to a 🐢? Or a 🐆?

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