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3 minutes ago
Fresh blog up about all the amazing things to do in Northern Colombia!
Even though I spent almost a month in Colombia I don’t have a lot of content written about it. I think I was a little distracted by all the parties there haha. But there’s much more to Colombia then just parties. In fact, it has some of the best diving in South America, and incredible hikes through the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. Not to mention world class beaches, and the sunsets aren’t bad either 😍
8 minutes ago
Desde el aire encuentro nuevos retos fotográficos en algunos paisajes que llevo años disfrutando, pero toda una vida amando.
#dji #mavicair #longexposure
16 minutes ago
Beautiful church in Cleveland, OH
18 minutes ago
Loving You Had Consequences... 🔓
24 minutes ago
Hate taking green waste to the landfill. I need to buy a myself a decent chipper and take all my green waste to my ranch. It’ll definitely beef up the soil 😂 lil by lil..
3 hours ago
Night mode in Stamford CT
6 hours ago
I problemi non finiscono mai , ma neanche le soluzioni .
1 day ago
PS: <<<<< Swipe left to see all the images.
Adiyogi is located at the Isha Yoga complex which houses the Dhyanalinga in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu at the foothills of Velliangiri Mountains, a range in the Western Ghats. The statue was designed over two years and manufactured within eight months. The bust is cast in steel. The height of the statue, 112 ft (34 m), symbolizes the 112 possibilities to attain to moksha (liberation) that are mentioned in yogic culture. Sadhguru also said that the height represents the 112 chakras in the human system. It has been recognized by the Guinness World Records as the "Largest Bust Sculpture” in the world.Designed by Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, founder of the Isha Foundation, it was built by the foundation and weighs around 500 tonnes (490 long tons; 550 short tons).Sadhguru said that the statue is for inspiring and promoting yoga, and is named Adiyogi, which means "the first yogi", because Shiva is known as the originator of yoga.
1 week ago
Catch the wave.