Everyone wants to fly away and explore unknown destinations, and i think they might just miss how beautiful their homeland is.
we spent a cold night in a hot spring followed by an amazing waterfall.
would you go on a trip like that?
Baikal in winter is magnificent. every year i find myself returning to the lake, so i can walk over its clear ice. i take my first few faltering steps like a child, listening to the cracking noise under my feet and the excited exclamations of the people around me, resonating within the ice – this is how good old baikal welcomes you into its domain. it feels especially good to inhale baikal’s fresh and frosty air at sunrise, while watching the first rays of sun meandering through towering cliffs, encased within frozen waves, making them gleam from within. day time walks around baikal are positively enchanting. one can spend an eternity under the infinite blue sky, while exploring the cosmic space of baikal’s ice, with its mesmerizing cracks going into the dark and mysterious depths. only in winter do you have this unique opportunity to travel around a number of islands on baikal, see the most incredibly shaped cliffs from up close and take a peek into some of the ice grottoes and caves that are made inaccessible from the water in summertime.
⠀ i invite you to join my photography tour around baikal 29 january – 4 february 2020, get a little closer to and experience the local beauty in winter.
⠀ check link in bio☝🏻
Lago d'antorno, dolomites, italy 🇮🇹
i knew i was gonna have a great time in the dolomites when i stopped at my first location and saw this, such a beautiful place!
Now its only 24 days left untill i go back to lofoten!! i wish you all a great week 😁