Swipe for a timelapse of the lights dancing in the sky 😍 an absolute dream to see this in real life, and something everyone should add to their wanderlist 💚 cold AF but these astronaut suits kept us warm!
Currently in Slovenia, spending the long weekend exploring Lake Bled 🇸🇮 it's been a hectic couple of weeks with a new job and planning post-visa life but I've got a super exciting announcement coming this week so stay tuned! Hope everyone has a beautiful Easter 🐣🐰
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Walking through a Tori gate symbolizes the transition from the mundane to the sacred. Tori also translates to "bird" in Japanese...so did I fly into the sacred realm? | Also shoutout to my helper 😋 photo creds: @pquibs ...
Strong communities are determined by the food we grow, eat and harvest from earth. Who are we then to crib if a little rain ruins our branded clothes or nature walks, but feeds millions across the world?
Water has always been and continues to be integral to humans- the earliest settlements were built around rivers, practising farming to feed their own population. Of course, now farming is most parts of the world feeds regions and populations beyond its own physical boundaries.
The Dutch are leading exporters of agriculture produce. The Netherlands- which was originally formed by the estuaries of three large European rivers: the Rhine, the Meuse and the Scheldt, as well as their tributaries, is famously known as 'tiny country feeding the world'. As a matter of fact, nearly 61 per cent of the Scheldt river basin is farmland- with nearly 70,000 farmlands.
You can find 2 farms every kilometre!
Created by @mahak.agrawal
In September 2017 issue of the National Geographic, Frank Viviano and Luca Locatelli published the story of sustainable agriculture in the Netherlands (link in bio).