A charming little street, in a charming little Italian town.
You may have noticed that we've been a little absent on Instagram lately. In fact, in the last 19 days we've posted only once.
When we consider just how many terabytes of photos we currently have sitting on hard drives, that makes absolutely no sense.
The thing is, things have been a little crazy over here for the last six months. These two travel bloggers have been, well, travelling. Like, a lot.
But as we sit here in our tropically hot but always lovely London apartment, we've got nearly three weeks of no flights, no hotel beds and no plans. We've got plenty of work to catch up on (and so much to tell you about what we've been up to), but a whole lot of London to get out and see in the blissful British sunshine.
This is going to be a great month - and you're going to be seeing an awful lot more of us here!
🐳Это мой самый любимый ролик с нашего путешествия в Охотоморье. Оля @my_musthave плавает на сапе среди гренландских китов. (включите звук).
Кстати в соседних бухтах можно встретить касаток и белух.
Белухи - это полярные дельфины. Они белоснежные и достигают 6 метров в длину! Следующим летом хотим понаблюдать и за ними.
Вы кого больше хотели бы встретить в море? Китов, касаток или белух? А может всех вместе за одно путешествие? 😉
Smoke from 250 miles above. These images of the Carr and Ferguson fires in California were captured from the vantage point of European Space Agency (@europeanspaceagency) astronaut Alexander Gerst (@Astro_Alex_ESA) and NASA astronaut Ricky Arnold (@Astro_Ricky) from the International Space Station (@ISS). Over 4,300 personnel are working to battle the fires in California. Satellite data and emergency response tools enabled by space technology are helping first responders in the field. From a satellite instrument that can provide better estimates of the amounts of particles fires release into the air to tracking fires all over the planet, data gathered in space can have a real impact to saving lives here on Earth.