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Heading towards a freer life
Tadoussac, Les Dunes and L'Anse-de-Roche
After an other wonderful day of adventure exploring the Tadoussac Dunes, I followed the recommendations of Serge whom I met at the restaurant earlier in the day and went to L'Anse-de-Roche in Sacré Coeur just in time for the sunset. The view was breathtaking like a sunset in Bali.
An other glorious day that is coming to end and it turned out to be a real rejuvenating treatment!
These are the benefits of living a freer life!
Bee curious: 8 interesting facts about bees 🐝
The bee symbolizes community, brightness and personal power. The ancient Druids saw the bee as symbolising the sun, the Goddess, celebration, and community. Follow the bee to discover your next destination.
Below are some interesting facts about bees and honey.
To produce one kilogram of honey, bees travel the equivalent of three times around the world in air miles.
All worker bees are female.
The males, also called drones, have larger eyes to help them find the queen.
The bees mate high in the sky. Eventually, the male loses his reproductive organs and dies.
A queen can produce up to 2,000 eggs per day. The fertilized eggs then become females and the unfertilized eggs become males, thanks to pheromones which are chemical substances comparable to hormones and which once secreted act as messages between individuals, thus influencing the behavior of the bee.
Bees like blue and are particularly fond of clustered plants such as lavender and rosemary.
There are over 20,000 different species of bees in the world, found on every continent except Antarctica.
Honey has been shown to have many health benefits, whether ingested or applied to the skin. This sweet substance, the fruit of the bees' labor, is known to be antibacterial, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antiseptic. Its therapeutic virtues are appreciated all over the world and the darker it is, the better the honey is.
“Curiosity is the engine of achievement.”
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Gypsies of Romania 🇷🇴
Cernavoda, Romania 🇷🇴
This spring I had the opportunity to work in Romania.
Despite the Covid and its restrictions, I still had some opportunities to explore the surroundings of Cernavoda, a small industrial town of 20,000 inhabitants located on the banks of the Danube, which is the second longest river in Europe.
Here is a family of Gypsies, who kindly accepted to pose in front of their home. Eight families live in this residence which is flooded every year because of the overflow of the Danube.
Gypsies, also known as Roms, Romi, Manouches or Tziganes represents about 3.3% of the Romanian population and are characterized by an itinerant lifestyle, living widely dispersed mainly throughout Europe and South .
Golden Hour Reflection
Lac Beauport, Québec, Canada 🇨🇦
Happiness is the by-product of meaning.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
In order to be happy, you have to figure out what is meaningful. You figure out what is meaningful by putting in the time to …
Monument of the Revolution and Metropolitan Cathedral with the Angel of Independence
Mexico City, Mexico 🇲🇽
Designed by an Italian architect in 1901, Palacio de Bellas Artes Is the first opera house in Mexico City.
Symbols of Mexican art and culture, which, along with the Angel of Independence, the Monument of the Revolution or the Metropolitan Cathedral, is an emblematic building of Mexico City.
Toronto Cityscape from Ontario Lake
Toronto Island, Ontario, Canada 🇨🇦
Take Ferry a ferry to Toronto Island and enjoy its beach on summer times.
From the city, head’s up to south to The Jack Layton Ferry Terminal, formerly called the Toronto Island Ferry Docks located in the Toronto Harbour, behind the Westin Harbour Castle Hotel and adjacent to Harbour Square Park.
From there you can take a quick 15 minutes ferry to go to Toronto Island, witch is virgin compare to her big sister the massive City of Toronto, on the main land.
In summer, when the mercury is close to 35 Celcius, you can take advantage of the island to refresh yourself on its beaches or for a romantic picnic with a view of the magnificent city sitting on the shores of Lake Ontario.
The Light Will Never Die
Trois-Rivière, Québec, Canada
Sometimes when everything seems dark and you begin to lose hope, remember that there will always be light somewhere.
This sweet thought is a metaphor of that photo taken when I thought that the golden hour was over. I put my camera away and kept walking to follow the last glow of the day and finally came across this nice view of the sunset on The Laviolette Bridge between two boats where I finally took my best capture of the day.
The moral of the story, is to never lose hope, open your eyes and your senses, change your point of view and keep progressing on your way, the light will come to you sooner or later.
Have a great day,
Seville : Artistic capital of Spain
Sevilla, Andalusía, Spain 🇪🇸
According to legend, Seville, one of the most popular destinations in Europe, was founded by the Tartessians around the 8th century BC, under the name of Ispal or Spal (according to Latin sources). This city with a prestigious past is endowed with a rich artistic heritage. For this reason, Seville is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. Its monuments, the many artists who were born or worked there, its glorious history, its traditional festivals, but also its climate, contribute to its fame.
Lucifer : gateway to paradise
Stoneham, Québec, Canada 🇨🇦
Plant with bulb of exotic allure, whose bloom of a bright red occurs in the middle of the summer. Its red flowers are known to attract hummingbirds. I am very proud to observe my lucifers growing in my lawn adjacent to home's entrance. In addition to being photogenic, this plant will enhance the look of any flowered and will fill you with energy as you pass by.
Turquoise Lakes of the Andes Cordillera
Santa Cruz, Huaraz, Peru 🇵🇪
In love, the one who is healed first is always the best healed. The best way to heal yourself is still to act as if you are healed. Only the senses can heal the soul, just as only the soul can heal the senses.