Hello all,My name is Roman and it's my first article, something like experiment or first step. I want to tell you about one of outdated hand tool for work near the house. This is scythe.This tool most often used for cutting grass, as well as grain crops (rye, wheat, oats). The tool consists of long curved steel blade attached to long wooden base with one short handle (less often with two handles). Wooden base should be maximum light and strong as possible.Until... continue reading
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Last winter I had an amazing trip to East Nusa Tenggara, Flores Island, Indonesia. The trip was mainly for diving and to see the biggest lizard on earth, Komodo Dragon. Komodo is the biggest living lizard on earth with ancestors that date back more than 100 million years. It looks like a dinosaur and actually holds up a vulnerable conservation status. It’s not just the mega lizard or the underwater life that is jaw-dropping, the culture is so pretty and the people are remarkably humble.... continue reading
Life for innocent villagers during the middle-age was tough, roaming bandits, looting troops of neighbouring war-lords and coming under the crossfire of the wars of powerful and land-hungry kingdoms kept people under constant danger of loosing properties and even worse, their lifes.Were and how to build a new village using natural conditions was basic and the guys of Castellfollit de la Roca chose well indeed.High towering basalt cliffs and the confluence of two rivers, the Fluvia and the Tornell... continue reading
I'm not very good at sunset/sunrise photography. Like most of the DT members here I'm still learning. I was in my village for the weekend and saw the formation and colors of clouds. I never saw such a beautiful and magical sunset live before. I quickly grabbed my camera and took some shots. First few shots did not look good then I used Nikon sunset preset and finally got couple of shots to upload and luckily DT approved them. continue reading
If you still didn't know where is Raja Ampat, it would be good to check out my previous article.So, this village located in an island with the same name, the Arborek Island. The island is still at Meos Mansar Region. I was so stunned by the number of tourists here and also of how clean the village was (well, it is uncommon to have clean village or city in Papua, we have such a big problem with the waste management). We came there with a rented boat so that we were able to travel around.... continue reading
"the magic hour or blue hour" , it's just a matter of knowing how to properly manipulate the white balance of the camera (wb), with the option (K) kelvin settings in manual mode.in most of the cameras this setting may be graduatedfrom 2500K to 10000k;without going into much technicalities, andto make it easy, know that when you want to reinforce the blue tone of things at sunset, turn the setting between 3500k and 4000k depending on how you want it to be blue the tone in the picture.... continue reading
despite being visited by tourists from all over the world, this quiet corner of turkey seems to have been paralyzed in time, architecture and culture of the place are preserved as if time had never passed. glass terrace is at a height of 80m and with an area of 11 meters, from the terrace you can see around the tokatli canyon continue reading
Minge is old small fisherman's village located in Silute Region on river Minija. Village is part of Nemunas Delta Regional Park and he is unique in Lithuania as the main "road" is river. For this reason it call - Lithuanian Venice. Beautiful place for rest in all times of year. continue reading
I read Leszek Wrona blog“WHISTLER SKI RESORT IN WESTERN CANADA”and thanks for sharing his wonderful pictures.I like Whistler also.it just about 2 hours drive from downtown Vancouver.but totally two different worlds.I took a round way bus leave 6:20am,and back Vancouver at 7pm,so I stayed there almost 12 hours.it is very very busy to go up the mountain.i didn.t have patient for the long line:). I always love to walk around the Village trail and couples beautiful lakes there.I walked to... continue reading
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