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I used to daydream so much before I had a phone. I would just sit somewhere and wait, visualize my future. Now I call them stolen moments of just being in the moment, just me and my mind and I love it! More and more often I just stand in line somewhere and wait, taking in the surroundings instead of grabbing my phone. I think it’s important to be conscious of how much we use our phones especially around children and the people we love! Life moves pretty fast.... #beinthemoment #now #love #mindfulness ❤️🙏🏼 (📸 @katerinarevenko)

@doutzen 581

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Er staat een nieuwe video online waarin Ella en ik gaan proberen te snowboarden voor de eerste keer ZONDER LES. Het ging niet helemaal goed... Check de video op ons kanaal 👏🏼 (En ja, ik heb op deze foto en in de video nog lang haar, want deze opnames waren nog voordat ik kaal ging)

@interessamt 49

Amsterdam is known for their beautiful canal houses with gabled facades. They have 6.800 16th, 17th and 18th century buildings, leaving Amsterdam one of the best preserved historical cities ✨ (📷: @_enk)

The videos are not edited in any way and I am only using Sony preinstalled Movie Creator app for stitching these clips together. It’s so easy to use. And once again I am wowed by the Super slow motion! Check out more in The Journey, a film by @sonyxperia - link in bio #ad #WorldOfWow #Xperia XZ1 #Superslowmotion

@felecool 13

Şömineyi yaktım, hırkamı giydim, iki dakikada da sıcak çikolatayı hazırladım... Ben kışı getirdim ya siz? :) @droetkerturkiye

@sezyilmaz 305

After the sun goes down. Giving away 15 more free Lightroom Presets today, comment in the first 20 minutes to enter ✌️

@forrestmankins 380

1am in the mountains. This was one of the most memorable nights of the past summer. After driving out to this highland ridge over the last of the snow melt, we hiked into a secluded valley towards the southern end of Kerlingarfjöll. Stumbling across some truly strange rock pillar formations and piles of obsidian along the way, the landscape quickly transitioned into a field of vibrant moss at the base of the valley, with canyons running down on either side. Even though we were in the height of the midnight sun, heavy cloud left us feeling as if darkness was returning early. As the fog settled, the last of the light casted an eerie glow across the area, making for some very interesting scenes. After seeing no other people for the entire evening, we decided it was time to hike back to the cars and begin the journey back to camp.

@benjaminhardman 106