#wonderwednesday “I think the best part is experiencing a new culture and putting yourself outside of your comfort zone to learn more about the world we live in. The hardest part is creating a new routine and being away from family, but as a person I am developing so much, and that is an experience I would never want to give up.” 📸 Thank you Emily Pearson (@emmers432) for sharing a piece of your #studyabroad in Río de Janeiro, Brazil! 🇧🇷 The first picture is of her first day of student teaching at Our Lady of Mercy! 🤓📚#flyersabroad#riodejaneiro#brazil#parrots#tucan#lagoa#redbeach#hippiefair#sugarloaf#rockclimbing
Interrupting holiday pics with work...this home is as equally stunning to look at tho 😂
We’re over the moon to have sold this beauty! It’s hands down the most charming home in Millwater. Happy vendors, happy purchasers. #justsold#getsold#getwhatyouwant#wemakeithappennz
The swath of marshy flora growing in the shallow waters of China's Red Beach is an eye-popping crimson. The plant is actually a form of Chenopodium (a member of the Amaranthaceae). This other worldly landscape is also known as ‘home of the cranes.’ Namely the red-crowned crane, among the rarest cranes in the world. Governmentally protected, tourists can walk among the rare reeds via specially installed wooden walkways that extend out over the delicate ecosystem. 📸: Photo by Jia Mi.