🚩 Based in the heart of Germany.
This place is lit. 🔥
Seriously tho. I usually don’t get too excited about historic sites, but walking around Petra, a city entirely caved out of rock more than 2000 years ago, was something else. Hands down one of the most fascinating man made places I’ve ever seen. It’s quite obvious why it’s listed as one of the ‚7 Wonders of the World‘.
If you can’t afford a ticket to @visitmars, just @visitjordan. It’s pretty much the same.
Fun Fact: The movie The Martian (Der Marsianer) was not actually filmed on Mars. It was filmed right here. ☝🏻 Sorry if this just turned your life upside down.
Dead Sea, living memories.
Why is it considered ‘dead’? The salt concentration is so high that no plant or fish can survive in it. In fact, pretty much everything you see in this shot is made of salt crystals. Except the dude. He’s made of @theolator.
The other day I made a new friend. His name is Jordan.
This might sound cheesy, but it’s actually true. „Welcome to Jordan“ was a phrase I heard frequently on my recent trip with @visitjordan and some referred to us as ‚family‘ after just one day. Together with @theolator and @muenchmax I met some of the most lovely people, shared some of the best laughs and saw some of the most surreal landscapes. In this shot you see a tiny @muenchmax enjoying the latter, the Dead Sea aka. the lowest point on planet earth.
As cliff as it gets. #2000ftCliff
This is the last shot from my recent Norway trip (#NorwegenSegen) for now. During the next few days I’ll be showing you my favorite shots from my stay in Jordan. Are you ready for some desert vibes? 🐪 🤙🏻
Real roads have curves.
Watching a storm roll by while chilling in a hammock above the fjord with Birks and wool socks. A cure for body and soul.
Since I’m studying psychology, maybe should turn this into a therapy? 🤔
(Not sponsored by @birkenstock. I wish.)
Caught up in a dream. 🇳🇴
Taped my camera to a football and kicked it straight up as hard as I could. ⚽️
Just Kidding. Shot with @djiglobal#mavicpro.
Lofoten - where peaks rise higher, fjords go deeper and clocks run slower.