Despite their ancient origins, the time seems to have little effect on those famous lines in the Peruvian Nazca desert. The reason being – they are in a dry and isolated area with little changes in the environment. However, it has been observed recently, that some lines began deteriorating due to an influx of squatters living in the area!
In the early hours of the morning, before the sun had risen, a low tide in the Phillipines’ Panglao Island had exposed a sea star… ”What a pretty sight” – I thought!
The reflection of the moon in the shallow water, together with the shadows of the palm trees created a magical moment…
And another reflection of the moon, this time just after sunset…
View more pictures from the Philippines in my older post.
Did you know?
The sign warning for Polar bears in Svalbard is the only one attention sign in the world, that has a black background, so that the white bear can stand out!
We were indeed excited at the sight of the sign, however did not see any bears in the month of May, as it was spring here and the bears have moved up north. All we saw were reindeer, arctic dogs, foxes, ducks, and other birds!
Read more about our Svalbard visit in my other post…
With love for the DP Weekly Photo Challenge 🙂
The Philippines is a sunny country with more than 7,000 islands. We were looking forward to explore part of its natural beauty on our Easter holiday this year. It did not disappoint – the people are friendly, the islands beautiful, the food tasty and the climate pleasant.
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