No matter how deeply we are immersed in the daily life, nature has always been for us the perfect place to escape. Being in the untouched nature can make you feel small and insignificant, and that’s exactly the point of the photos below. Here are 26 scenic portraits that will take you places and make you feel small. Always embrace and respect Mother Nature! … continue reading
The “Bridal Veil” fall is not exactly your typical art project, and it most certainly isn’t a common sight one would come across in nature (unfortunately, we might add). This water curtain is in fact an art installation built for the Horizons “Art Nature” festival which is an annual event that takes place in France and has featured some amazing pieces over the years. The curtain is meant to be a horizontal continuation of the natural fall from which it … continue reading
I know it’s only Monday to start showing off adventurous posts, but take this as a reminder that life’s not what happens when you’re in your cubicle or in front of your devices, checking your facebook newsfeed. No! Life’s when you go do what you’ve been dreaming of! But do take extra care if attempting something similar, or how other boring headlines put it: don’t try this at home … continue reading
When I was traveling through Asia for the first time in my life, my plans kept changing at a crazy pace. When planning, back home, I thought I’d stay in Vietnam for a long time, since my instincts were telling me that it was an appealing place. Turned out I disliked Vietnam very much and decided to leave. One of the nearby countries is Malaysia. Off I was to the island of Penang. I’d booked a cute little hotel near the old part of George Town, checked my smartphone and found the “party hostel” and headed there with a case of beer and a smile.
If you like to travel around and you don’t want to leave your house behind, well, you can get yourself a caravan . Snails do that, so why don’t you? And while we’re at it, why not go buy yourself an ultra light caravan, especially one like in the Alto series, from SafariCondo? This type of mobile home comes with luxuries like a king size bed that’s convertible to twin beds (who wants that anyway?) and a retractable roof. Basically, you … continue reading
We’re starting off with this new HisPotion series “The Saturday Adventure” with a couple of base-jumpers throwing themselves off Moab Towers in Utah. Sit back, relax and listen to their story – if you’re not impressed or if it doesn’t move you, I don’t know what can. If you don’t believe you can do it, you can’t do it! … I mean I feel more vulnerable sitting in my chair at home and watching TV and letting my life waste … continue reading
This week Hindus around the world celebrate Holi, the Festival of Colors. Holi is a popular springtime celebration observed on the last full moon of the lunar month. Participants traditionally throw bright, vibrant powders at friends and strangers alike as they celebrate the arrival of spring, commemorate Krishna’s pranks, and allow each other a momentary freedom — a chance to drop their inhibitions and simply play and dance continue reading
What’s one of the most important things that has to be considered when you’re setting up for an adventure in the wild? A tent, of course, for providing a “roof” over your head and protection against harsh weather conditions. Well, one of the most practical ones that I’ve recently stumbled upon is the single pole tent from Scout Seattle. This USA-made tent offers a simple and easy way for setting camp without burdening you with unnecessary accessories or undesirable weights … continue reading