Resting after a long ride, happy with a stunning view overlooking Slano Lake, Montenegro.
Riding the bike to go sailing, the best feeling in the world 🏍🛩⛵️
I was lucky with the light and many Batfish swimming around the Batfich Pinnacle, Sail Rock. The peace and tranquillity underwater is mesmerizing and the Batfish simply gorgeous.
Here and there one can also spot a Whaleshark around.
Underwater photo, shot with Gopro 7 Hero Black camera, at depth of 14m on a diving vacation in Koh Phangan, Thailand.
Fish seen in the waters surrounding Sail Rock include:
- Mooray Eeels
- Boxer Shrimps
- Titan Triggerfish
- and Whalesharks ❤️
Beautiful rainbow overhead Maribor city.
VFR flying (i.e. flying under visual flight rules) allows landing up to 30 minutes after sunset. It actually is the most amazing time of the day to fly 🛩
Perfect place, perfect time, perfect day, perfect company ❤️❤️❤️
Airplane tied down on an airport after landing. Ready to go exploring on foot.
Taking photos in the air while flying an airplane is demanding but not impossible. Some of the best memories are kept this way.
My childhood dream was to ski in Zermatt, below the Matterhorn mountain. A few years ago this dream got real as i invited my wife to join me for a skiing trip.
The only problem: she actually never learned how to ski.
So I decided to help her learn and she decided to give it a try. And what a try that was. On the positive side, there was New Year 2017, we started our journey a few days ago.
But on the more demanding side, at around 3000m it was -15 degrees Celsius and wind blowing hard, sometimes even more than 70km/h. Not at all the easiest conditions, especially for someone that practically never skied before.
We decided to start learning right after New Years, nearby Zermatt, in the Grächen, St.Niklaus Ski Resort.
Grächen is a superfriendly, nice and beautiful Ski Resort, that can accommodate families, beginners, but also more demanding skiers alike.
First day was a great success. My wife stepped on the skis for the first time and she did it with grace and enthusiasm. We learned some basics, how to move, how to stop and how to control the speed.
At first, she was really really afraid of the speed, so she developed an innovative stopping system – falling down intentionally. This was rather difficult thing to make her stop doing – and not a very pleasant for her to practice in the first place. But, after a day’s worth of falling, standing up and mastering basic skills, she was able to move fairly good, although also rather hurt and a bit pissed – the falling (and me yelling at her) took the toll, of course.
I was called a terrible teacher before.