•   s_janette Haha, hos os er det en poselukker. Så meget for alverdens stimulerende kattelegetøj 2w
  •   silhuetoffaldorf Vi har ellers dyre sager lavet af fasanfjer og andre gode ting. Men Nej; Kviste, måge-fjer, sure sokker og kapsler er lykken @s_janette 2w

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silhuetoffaldorf #IsThereAnybodyOutThere?
For the second time in my life, I found myself in the outskirts of #Gobi desert on the border between #China and #Mongolia.
Born and raised in the Kingdom of #Denmark, #China appeared just as #strange as any #moon would have.
Above me a dense curtain of #twinklingStars. Back in the city they are hidden in the city-lights and Scandinavian #brightNights. But out here the #MilkyWay shines bright and clear in a web of old lights.
I gaze at the moon, high above the dark-blue #dunes that floods the sandy shores of the Mongolian-Manchurian #grassland, like silent waves in the night.
A famous #melodicPhrase is playing: All that is now. All that is gone. All that's to come and everything under the sun is in tune, but the sun is #eclipsed by the moon.
I nod in silence to #Hawking's #advice to be careful what we #wish for. #TheFermiParadox might be solved all too soon.
We are the the noisy child in this #universe, but the attention we might attract is not for us to choose. But it's in #humanNature....in my nature to be noisy. We can't help ourselves. The moment we no longer push the boundaries and questions this magical world of ours, we will be lost.
Will there be #PolarBears and full-fat-milk when you return? Will we still be debating whether #Armstrong really took the famous step? Can you still wish upon a #star and capture the #present in a single #poem? Where is everyone? And why haven’t we heard from them yet?
#AsteroidMission #TimeCapsule #Capturethepresentenvisionthefuture #OsirisREx @osiris_rex #2023
4w

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silhuetoffaldorf Blue beauty
It could have been any whaleshark....but it was'nt....it was this one. An eighteen meter long, beautiful, patient giant. We swam with it for nearly forty-five minutes before it dived into the massive blue below and disappeared forever.
It had been on my 'bucket list' for years: To swim with whales. But I wanted to do it with consideration of the animals....on their terms.
We had heard it was possible to do in the northern part of the country, where tourists were allowed to pet, feed and dive with the whalesharks. This is not how it should be done, as it disturbs the animals a great deal and interfere with their natural behavior.
In our many years travelling Asia, I've always found it very important to be an ethical tourist. It's not that I wouldn't love to pet lions, feed dolphins or play with monkeys - but I could never bring myself to support that kind of business.
That's why we travelled across Phillipines for two days, to get to the marine park at Sogood Bay, in Southern Leyte.
On the boat we were about fifteen people, divers and snorkelers, waiting for hours before the spotter finally yelled: "shark, shark!". The dive-master repeated the rules in rough voice, as everybody ran to put on their fins: "Remember! If anybody touch the shark we go home instantly!!". I almost landed on top of the whale-shark when I jumped into the cooling water. This massive creature appeared out of nothing and I struggled to catch my breath when I saw this wonder of the ocean - so close to me that I could've touched her...
A ray of sun sparkled in the deep-blue spots across her pale body. She moved so elegant and easy in the water....so light and graceful as a butterfly in summer-air.
I don't know where everybody else was, but suddenly it was only this beautiful giant and me in the ocean. We swam together for while and it was as if she waited for me, as I struggled to keep up.
As she disappeared into the big blue, where I could no longer follow, I felt so thankful and lucky to have met this blue-beauty of the ocean. @youseedk @natgeotvdk #renoverlevelse #nyedrømme #nyeønsker #nordlys #greenlandtravel
1mon

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