Charlotte’s Web (1973) - American Animation Movie
Director - Charles A. Nichols, Iwao Takamoto [E.B. White (book)]
Cast - Debbie Reynolds, Henry Gibson, Paul Lynde, Rex Allen
I found a secret path in the forest today. Watching the light peek through the tree tops, I wandered into the unknown. Meeting owls and hearing the woodpecker making a home. The leaves of winter are starting to disappear as they are making way for new birth.
Categories: action, adventure, dub, fantasy, game adaptation, isekai, magic
After their dear friend Kotona is stabbed, Yusuke and Haruto somehow find themselves transported to another world. Not only can the usually wheelchair bound Yusuke walk with no problem, various people resemble those they know; including the princess Asha who looks an awful lot like Kotona, right down to the dagger she’s been attacked with. After rescuing her they realise that events in this other world affect events in the real world but whether it ends in a good or bad result will be up to the actions they choose to take.
Iran’s Harmuz Island in the Persian Gulf. Red due to reddish ochre clay… #persiangulf #iran #nature #خلیج_فارس #travel #photography #sea #ایرانگردی #tehran #dubai #دریا #photo #ایران #persiangulf
#adventure #persian #بوشهر #sunset #گردشگری #uae #bushehr #هرمزگان #beach #landcruiser #fjcruiser #prado #camping #4x4 #hormozgan #qeshm
In an age of corona…
Photography from Just How Your Face Looks…
The best thing about the first morning in a new country is:
Waking up to unfamiliar birdsong and knowing that you are somewhere different, with countless adventures and experiences just waiting to happen.
Lately, if we could sum up our emotions in one word, it would be thankful.
Usually upon returning to the UK after many months of stimulating, enriching travel, with more experiences under our belts than we could put into words, it would be with heavy hearts a deep sense of melancholy.
This time however, we’e feeling relieved to be back on British soil. We’re grateful not to be trapped abroad with no means of supporting ourselves. We’re grateful we have a safe place to stay. And we’re grateful to have found work in these trying times doing something positive for the community.
Our hasty return to the UK was a long and epic tale of border crossings and breakdowns, but that’s a story we will tell in due course.
For now we’re safely tucked away in our little cosy home, living on the bare minimum as always, patching up the rust holes and mending broken parts after another incredible adventure.
Stay safe out there, you guys.
[We will continue to post photos and stories from our travels until our feed is up to date as we still have a huge backlog 📸]
Tell us: what have you been doing this weekend in isolation to keep yourself occupied? We need some tips!
altered carbon by pilot81
a shot from an abandoned carbon factory in europe - from an awesome tour back in 2012 with a few legends! this one was taken from a very dodgy gantry that didn’t feel entirely safe to be walking across - let alone stopping to take multiple exposures ;)
Decided to follow a Bob Ross tutorial on my eyelid today 🎨
Mirador del Tepoztecatl.
There was an old building that contained a chair in the middle of the room on top of some stone stairs. It was very eerie, and it kept me guessing on what this was once used for. Possibly a circus area? There were bleachers behind where I was standing, so that was my guess! 🤷♀️