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ermakovep

Da Lat, Vietnam.

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nakulbphotog

Fushimi-Inari Shrine. Founded in 711, but the main shrine was built in 1499. I suggest visiting early in the morning to avoid the crowds! #BeAlpha #sonyalpha @sonyalpha Exposure: 1/50 Aperture: f/4 ISO: 400

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aroudthecorner

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ermakovep

Nha Trang, Vietnam.

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voyager_for_life

“Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.” 😁 Can you see the mini me in the frame? Well, I don’t literally mean to relate the quote with the picture. All I want to say that it’s wise to enjoy what you can see and not be bothered about what you cannot see. . . Everyone is a tiny bit in the hugeness of this world 🌍 and the universe, or I should rather say in the huge sphere of things that happen around us. . . Well, I’m on the train to Mumbai right now. A quick trip to get my camera for an extended trip in #Chhattisgarh 😊 Will be back in a day! It’s fun to do such stuff. Unplanned travel. Extended stay. Quick trips. Following your heart... By the way, picture credit goes to @walteramit 🏍 . . #voyagerforlife #stunningchhattisgarh #slowtravel #unplannedtravel #slowtraveler

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michellecooper_xo

Just hanging with a mate #deputyprimeminister

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travellergiselle

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followtheblondekitty

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global_travel_stories

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gdowneyphotography

La venta el mar el sol ❤️🇪🇸

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londaniel

Cannot get enough of the shutters of the Cotê d’Azur

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girarrostorestaurant

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zakirzawahir

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nicole_courtney_

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addyinwanderland

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onelosttraveller

Parallel lines. As I was walking through this little town, I came across a slight dip in the road and in the middle is a train crossing (I think I went a bit mad with photographing train crossing, looking through my photos 🤔😅🙈). Anyhow, with the evening sun, the cables and the view - it wasn’t something I wanted to miss. . . . . . . . #mylpguide #jp_gallery #jp_gallery_member #tokyocameraclub #pics_jp #visitjapanau #rawurbanshots #inspirationcultmag #culturetrip #awesupply #streetclassics #japanculture #insidetones #traveltagged #screen_archive #traveljapan #explorejapan #toneplay #westsidestory_ #japan_vacations #vj_view_2018 #japangram #explorejpn #exploringjapan #unknownjapan #teamkaptainkenny #lookatthosecolours #wethecreators #complexphotos #japanrevealed

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dev_agarwal

ICE HOCKEY - Ladakh may just light the spark for generating a greater interest in winter sports among Indians. Situated at an altitude of 14,350 feet above sea level, this is the ‘highest’ ice-rink in the world. . .. ... .... #photography #yourshotphotographer #natgeoyourshot #onassignment #globalwarming #environment #MagnumPhotos #travelstoke #iamatraveler #lonelyplanet #lpfanphoto #mylpguide #lonelyplanetindia #bbctravel #cntraveler #lovetheworld #ngtindia #travelgram #myfeatureshoot #everydayasia #photodocumentary #photostory #everydayeverywhere #instaphotography @natgeoyourshot @natgeo @natgeocreative @thephotosociety @everydayasia

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followtheblondekitty

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coxandkings_uk

Canada's rugged wilderness offers plenty of opportunities to spot birdlife and wild flowers as well as endless walking trails. Drive at your own pace past creaking glaciers, snow-capped mountains and mist-shrouded fjords. See the most scenic road trips in bio.

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itsmarilynn

Rooftop hangs away from the crowds 🌔 . Found the perfect spot , waiting for the sun to dive into the sea. . Can you spot us ??

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erdenebulgan_photographer

Mongolian cold winter...

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onuncukoyyolcusu

(Eng below) Balık ayıklarlen nasıl bu kadar karizmatik ve seksi görünebildiğini hiç anlamadım. Geçenlerde instagramda çok sevdiğim bir dostum ‘senin kendi çektiğin fotolar fazla kalabalık fazla detaycı. Sen çekerken hissettiğin duyguyu bize geçirebilmelisin’ dedi. Haklı bir eleştiri dedim ve çektiğim fotoların bende yarattığı hisleri sizler ile de paylaşmaya karar verdim. Örneğin bu fotoyu çekerken yaptığı işle kafamdaki seksilik kavramı çelişen bir kadın vardı karşımda. Tezgahını geçip gidemedim. İşte karşımda bütün vakarı, asaleti ve seksiliği ile bildiğin balık temizliyordu. Balık temizleyen hiçbir kadın bu kadar seksi olmamıştır dedim kendi kendime ve çektim fotoğrafını. Peki siz ne görüyorsunuz? Seksi bir hatun mu? Kirli leğenler mi? Yoksa son nefesini vermiş bir balık mı? ** I have no idea how she manages to look so good and sexy when cleaning a fish🤷🏻‍♀️ An insta friend told me recently that my photos are too crowded and too detailed for Instagram and that I should pass the feeling I had when taking the photo onto my followers. It was a valuable criticism so I thought maybe I should explain why I took a particular shot. For instance in this photo, I saw a very hot lady whose job somehow contradicts with the concept of hotness in my mind. Yet she was there, before me, so confident, so charismatic, and so hot, cleaning a fish. What do you see in this photo? A hot lady? Or dirty bowls and a dead fish?

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🇺🇿🇺🇿🇺🇿 #Repost @map_of_ourplanet with @get_repost ・・・ Samarkand ❤ Uzbekistan Congrats @thediaryofanomad - Use #map_of_ourplanet . . Another thing that really impressed me about Uzbekistan: the locals are incredibly well-dressed. By that, I mean their clothes are full of gorgeous colours and patterns that completely complement the architecture around them 👗✨ . You can therefore imagine my excitement when I saw this lady in her fabulous traditional clothing cleaning one of the mausoleums in Shah-i-Zinda, Samarkand 🕌😍 . What’s the best dressed country you’ve been to? . . . . #lpfanphoto #travelingpost #lonelyplanet #travelandleisure #bestplacestogo #stayandwander #lovetheworld #agameoftones #hello_worldpics #beautifuldestinations #tlpicks #living_destinations #artofvisuals #bestcitybreaks #mylpguide #guardiantravelsnaps #iamatraveler #thediscoverer #acolorstory #travelawesome #beautifulmatters #passionpassport #travellingthroughtheworld #wonderful_places #nikon #forbestravelguide #bbc_travel

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oftravelsandtales

Want to feel like a local? Then, you've gotta visit San Telmo Market in Buenos Aires. We were here almost everyday. P.S. You won't always see IG husband in the picture but if you do it probably involves a coffee.☕💑 . . @Coffeetownargok does amazing coffee & are great photographers too 😏 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. #darlingdaily  #makemoments  #openmyworld  #liveunscripted  #prettylittletrips  #citizenfemme  #speechlessplaces  #lifeofadventure  #livetheadventure  #travelguide  #travelstories  #sheexplores  #travelbloggers  #argentina_ig  #travelcommunity  #youmustsee  #tlpicks   #Livetravelchannel  #passionpassport  # #girlsborntotravel  #girlsthatwander  #gltlove  #followmefaraway  #coupletravel  #travelcouple #travelbuddy #cafes #coffeetable

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rachelking25

New York, N.Y. (September 2018) Recommended 📚: “Between Meals: An Appetite for Paris” by A. J. Liebling. #FRYday #eeeeeats

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perlanmuseumiceland

What is better than new adventures when fall approaches? 🍁 • You find them at Perlan: See, experience & learn about Iceland’s nature at our high-tech exhibition. ✨ • #Perlan #Reykjavik #Iceland

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michellecooper_xo

Ready for my first big event of the year 🌹bring on the end of the evening

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gemmarourke

Day 3 - Honister to Grasmere - Following Greenup Gill ascending this wonderous valley to the summit of Lining Crag. 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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gemmarourke

Day 3 - Honister to Grasmere - Video log part 2/3 - Up, up and more up!!! Still recovering from an horrendous 24 hour gastric bug, the hike up Lining Crag was erm challenging! Still super fun though! @ordnancesurvey 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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Day 3 - Honister to Grasmere - First views of what’s in store on the pass to Lining crag. I tell you there was a lot of up!!!! 🏠🎈🎈🎈 ©️GemmaRourke2018 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔

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gemmarourke

Day 3 - Honister to Grasmere - Video diary part 1/3. From valley to valley with a waterfall or two in between 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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gemmarourke

Day 3 - Honister to Grasmere - Modest in distance yet plentiful in ascents. Starting out on an empty stomach after throwing up for the past 2 days but thankful to still be on trail. Picture taking and videoing was a little tricky today thanks to the rain but I my best! 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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Day 2 - Dent to Honister - As the clouds descend, Buttermere disappears into the mist.

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gemmarourke

Day 2 - Dent to Honister - ▫️ Mess up or divine intervention? When I set off this morning I got into my head I was on day 2 & therefore had to get to Rosthwaite. It may well have been my second day but as I’d only done half a day’s walking the day before I was now inadvertently trying to do 1.5 days worth of walking in 1. I couldn’t understand why i was so tired, why was i struggling when i had so much further to go? I didn’t figure it out until I was nearly at the Blacksail hut at 4pm in the afternoon. ▫️ When I reached Blacksail, fatigued & totally drenched, there was nowhere to wild camp as the valley was just too waterlogged, & the hut was too expensive so I had no option but to push on despite a daunting steep climb up the Loft Beck waterfall (pictured) ▫️ I made a mad dash from the hut wading across 2 rather fast flowing rivers to catch up with some people i’d met, who stopped to take a break in the hut. Together we managed to keep plodding along & our spirits high. ▫️ The rain didn’t let up all day & by the time I reached Honister i could not face the thought of finding somewhere to wild camp so stomached the cost & stayed at YHA Honister. Thank god I did as not only did i get all my gear dry but during the night was so violently ill i could barely stand. I took a zero day the following day to recover. Despite messing up & walking nearly 22 miles that day i was so grateful as getting that sick whilst wild camping would have been horrific 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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gemmarourke

Day 2 - Dent to Honister - ▫️ Mess up or divine intervention? When I set off this morning I got into my head I was on day 2 & therefore had to get to Rosthwaite. It may well have been my second day but as I’d only done half a day’s walking the day before I was now inadvertently trying to do 1.5 days worth of walking in 1. I couldn’t understand why i was so tired, why was i struggling when i had so much further to go? I didn’t figure it out until I was nearly at the Blacksail hut at 4pm in the afternoon. ▫️ When I reached Blacksail, fatigued & totally drenched, there was nowhere to wild camp as the valley was just too waterlogged, & the hut was too expensive so I had no option but to push on despite a daunting steep climb up the Loft Beck waterfall (pictured) ▫️ I made a mad dash from the hut wading across 2 rather fast flowing rivers to catch up with some people i’d met, who stopped to take a break in the hut. Together we managed to keep plodding along & our spirits high. ▫️ The rain didn’t let up all day & by the time I reached Honister i could not face the thought of finding somewhere to wild camp so stomached the cost & stayed at YHA Honister. Thank god I did as not only did i get all my gear dry but during the night was so violently ill i could barely stand. I took a zero day the following day to recover. Despite messing up & walking nearly 22 miles that day i was so grateful as getting that sick whilst wild camping would have been horrific 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 📷1&2 ©️GemmaRourke2018 📷3 @ordnancesurvey

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Day 2 - Dent to Honister - The long road to Blacksail through this dramatic amphitheatre in the shadow of Piller (892) and High Stile (807) surrounded by forest and disused quarries. ▫️ Since the 1920’s this valley has been managed as coniferous plantation forest however in 2006 the Forestry commission along with the National Trust and United Utilities began a new insinuative, ‘Wild Ennerdale’. The aim, more sensitive management of the valley away from pure economic productivity towards allowing more natural processes to shape the future of the landscape and its ecology. To allow the valley to become more wild. ▫️ I hope insinuatives like this can help improve the balance between the need to use land for economic and leisure purposes and the need to preserve and re-wild habit, turning the focus towards conservation, improving the health and survival of important environments for the future and promote respect for the natural world. More information can be found at www.wildennerdale.co.uk.

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gemmarourke

Day 2 - Dent to Honister - Crossing the River Liza, one of Britain’s most natural rivers who’s source lies at the foot of Great Gable. Not often you find a river so untouched by man and left to do its thing. ▫️ The river flows through the glacial drumlin valley past one of the most remote youth hostels in the country, Blacksail Hut before entering Ennerdale Water. My route now takes me upstream, through Ennerdale Forest in search of the hut 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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gemmarourke

Day 2 - Dent to Honister - I made it!!!! Ennerdale Water is done!!!🎉🎉 I spent most of the last 2 hours staring at my feet however if you have time to look up Ennerdale is diverse in wildlife, the water home to salmon, trout, arctic chad and otter. ▫️ The surrounding landscape is an area of special conservation importance, home to wildlife such as red squirrels, cuckoo, deer, marsh fritillary and peregrine. If you plan to visit Ennerdale I hope you have more luck wild life spotting than I did!! 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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Day 2 - Dent to Honister - Picturesque boulder hell! ▫️ AW’s route follows the south side of Ennerdale Water which, on the map, looks like an easy stroll but do not be folded by easy looking contour lines, allow up to 2 hours for this section alone. The south side, though stunningly beautiful, is a boulder field. I’m sure those walking with only a day pack would make light work of it but with a fully laden backpack with camping gear and fully stocked with water it was a massive challenge and took longer than expected thanks also to rain making the undulating ground very slippy underfoot! ▫️ If you are up for a challenge take the south side but it is also possible, I found out later, to take the slightly longer but easier route on the north side. Watch out for some steep downward scrambles on the south side past Angler’s Crag with a significant drop into the Lake, there is a route over the top (but you have to keep your eyes peeled) which I only discovered after I’d scrambled down rather precariously, thanks to my pack. 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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gemmarourke

Day 2 - Dent to Honister - So I’ve made it to Ennerdale Water, one of Britain’s cleanest lakes and, for walkers, one of the quietest!! Thanks to it’s location in the remote valley of Ennerdale and the fact it’s one of the only major lakes in the Lake District that does not have a road running along it this water is one of the least populated giving walkers the monopoly. It’s the perfect place to sit, take a break, soak up the scenery, restock my water supplies and whip out my @jetboil and cook up some tasty soup. 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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Day 2 - Dent to Honister - 15.5miles Walker. Ennerdale Water!!!! 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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gemmarourke

Day 2 - Dent to Honister - Yup, about right! 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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gemmarourke

Day 2 - Dent to Honister - Kinda feel like any moment a couple of hobbits could jump out! Walking through the secret valley of Nannycatch, where a simple gate marks the boundary to the Lake District, officially in National Park number 1 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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Day 2 - Dent to Honister - Summit of Dent, the first peak of many. Despite Dent’s modest size the panoramic views from its summit across the flat planes of West Cumbria and easterly into the Lake District are no less than spectacular. It’s the first time you get to look back and see just how far you have come already, a rather humbling experience! 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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Day 2 - Dent to Honister - Beautiful rainbow to start the day but defo a bad omen hinting at the relentless torrential rain to come! I started the day dry but by the end look like I’d jumped into a lake. As the saying goes, “there is no such thing as bad weather, just bad clothing” After 8+ hours of walking I’m beyond grateful to my fantastic waterproofs that kept me protected all day long! 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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Day 2 - Dent to Honister - Wild camped just below the summit of Dent last night. Was up bright and early which was a good job as turns out I had to walk a lot further than expected! 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 Tent @msr_gear hubba, stove @jetboil sumo, head wear that benefits the homeless @wawwaclothing

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gemmarourke

Day 2 - Dent to Honister - Today was a rather interesting day, full of up and downs, some literal & some mental. But it all began with this wondrous view from my wild camp spot just below the summit of Dent. 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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gemmarourke

Day 0.5 - St Bees to Dent - I stopped to take a break and turned around to the most stunning sunset, golden hour at this most magnificent. Note to self, don’t get to focused on moving forwards, take a second to look back where you’ve come from every now and again. 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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Day 0.5 - St Bees to Dent - Video says it all 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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Day 0.5 - St Bees to Dent - My @msr_gear TrailShot water filter in action. - This filter may be small but it’s mighty, very highly recommend. I’m planning on wild camping where possible which is why I’m carrying a filter but i really recommend carrying one even if your not planning on camping. You never know when your going to run out of water or where the next safe drinking water refill may be. I met others on the C2C, who were staying in B&B’s, who ran out of water in remote areas on trail who water bottles I was able to refill for them. Very handy piece of kit! 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 For those interested this water source was just after the train line crossing before Stanley pond. ©️GemmaRourke2018

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gemmarourke

Day 0.5 - St Bees to Dent - Leaving the west coast behind and turning eastwards through the flat lands of West Cumbria, for the first time heading towards my final destination. Passing through villages of quintessential Cumbrian cottages, evidence all around of their link to a mining past. The prevailing weather is now to my back, just how AW said it should be walked, I’m glad of the extra push from the wind helping me along 😛 If you are beginning your C2C make sure to reach the quarry bungalows (where this pic is) before you turn east, don’t take the earlier path which leads to the trig tower! 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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gemmarourke

Day 0.5 - St Bees to Dent - The 250+ million year old Early Triassic red sandstone cliffs of west Cumbria are the tallest cliffs in northwest England, rising up to 100 meters above sea level and from the top the view certainly doesn’t disappoint!!! The cliffs also provide the perfect nesting environment for sea birds so is the perfect place to stop for a second, take a breather and do a spot of bird spotting. Take care on the decent, they get very slippy, I speak from experience!!! 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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Day 0.5 - St Bees to Dent - Tempted to just lie down in this wonderful grass and take a nap! 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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gemmarourke

Day 0.5 - St Bees to Dent - The 17 meter high St Bees lighthouse built in 1822 stands on the most westerly point on the Coast to Coast, St Bees Head. St Bees head is also an important RSPB nature reserve with its red sandstone cliffs supporting the north west’s only cliff-nesting seabird colonies. From the cliffs it’s possible to see black guillemots, kittiwakes, fulmars, razorbills and sometimes peregrines. 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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gemmarourke

Day 0.5 - St Bees to Dent - Cuteness overload!! For most of the past 7000 agriculture has always played an important role in supporting the West Cumbrian community with live stock production on the fertile coastal planes a key feature of the local economy. It is an example of one industry that has stood the test of time where others such as mining have declined. 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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gemmarourke

Day 0.5 - St Bees to Dent - Obligatory cliff top selfie, mega grateful to have left the big smoke to return to my natural habitat 😛 Wind was pretty strong but thankful the rain stayed off so far. Bring on the next 190 miles I’m ready for you!! 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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gemmarourke

Day 0.5 - St Bees to Dent - Making some seriously cute friends and pretty stoked the day has clear so I can see both the Isle of Man and Scotland!! Last year when I did the Camino De Santiago I forgot to film my adventure, instead focusing on photography and was so mad at myself when I got home so promised I wouldn’t make same mistake again on this trip. (Apologies for the wind noice but I can’t fit a mic muffler to my camera) 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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Day 0.5 - St Bees to Dent - Over the bridge and up onto the cliff path ticking off the first 4 miles of my C2C adventure 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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gemmarourke

Day 0.5 - St Bees to Dent - The C2C begins with a bracing 4miles cliff walk before turning inland. It really is the perfect start to the trip, soaking up the panoramic ocean views whilst heading north before being allowed to say goodbye to the west coast and finally turning east! 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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Day 0.5 - St Bees to Dent - So I started at 6pm in the evening and planned to reach Dent by 10pm to wild camp. A nice little half day to get this C2C started! 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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gemmarourke

Day 0.5 - St Bees to Dent - Looking back over St Bees! Sometimes it’s good to look back and in doing so set intensions for moving forwards, to contemplate in that moment the things you want to leave behind, the things that weigh you down and in moving forwards set yourself free. It’s one of the reasons I walk, to have time to myself to think, to move on and let go from anything that holds me back, to reconnect with myself and nature, to explore what makes me me, to grow and of course have a kick ass fun time in the process! Being in nature, nourishment for the body and soul! 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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Day 0.5 - St Bees to Dent - Saying goodbye to the Irish Sea. Wainwright didn’t believe you have truly started the Coast to Coast until you have stood on this beach and dipped both feet into the ocean. 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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Day 0.5 - St Bees to Dent - So it begins, with wet feet, a stone in my pocket, my house hanging from my shoulders and a strong wind to my back! 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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gemmarourke

Day 1 (well day half, I only started at 6pm) - St Bees to Dent - So I made it to the start of the C2C, 192miles ahead of me, coincidentally on the same day that a year previously i was beginning my first Camino de Santiago. Alfred Wainwright said that a life without ambition is well, aimless wandering. To have ambition, to challenge ourselves, or even just to have a bucket list, these things give our lives a deeper meaning and I believe a route to happiness. So here I am, embarking on a new challenge destined to finish a different person to the one standing in this photograph, forever changed by the challenge and the experience. 🏔🚶🏻‍♀️🏔 ©️GemmaRourke2018

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gemmarourke

Summer adventure 2018!! I am so excited to share with you my Coast to Coast journey, from St Bees on the west coast 192 miles across the width of England to Robin Hoods Bay on the East Coast. Following in the footsteps of the late great Alfred Wainwright, who devised this route over four decades ago, to complete one of the UK’s great walking challenges. I’ll pass through 3 national parks, camp along the way and by the time I’m done will have ascended and descended the equivalent height of Mount Everest! 🚶🏻‍♀️🏔🚶🏻‍♀️©️GemmaRourke2018

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gemmarourke

Summer adventure 2018!! I am so excited to share with you my Coast to Coast journey, from St Bees on the west coast 192 miles across the width of England to Robin Hoods Bay on the East Coast. Following in the footsteps of the late great Alfred Wainwright, who devised this route over four decades ago, to complete one of the UK’s great walking challenges. I’ll pass through 3 national parks, camp along the way and by the time I’m done will have ascended and descended the equivalent height of Mount Everest! 🚶🏻‍♀️🏔🚶🏻‍♀️©️GemmaRourke2018

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gemmarourke

Summer adventure 2018!! I am so excited to share with you my Coast to Coast journey, from St Bees on the west coast 192 miles across the width of England to Robin Hoods Bay on the East Coast. Following in the footsteps of the late great Alfred Wainwright, who devised this route over four decades ago, to complete one of the UK’s great walking challenges. I’ll pass through 3 national parks, camp along the way and by the time I’m done will have ascended and descended the equivalent height of Mount Everest! 🚶🏻‍♀️🏔🚶🏻‍♀️©️GemmaRourke2018

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