Wake up with the sun streaming on my face as the cicadas buzz outside. . Make a coffee and wander outdoors into the summer sunshine. . Walk down to the jetty with @giuliosturla barefoot as the scents of the morning forest mix with the smell of the sea. The dewey grass sinking between our toes. . Sit together in the sunshine with simple conversation. We don’t even know where our phones are or what time it is. . Yes, this is paradise. . #seresinestate #waterfallbay #marlboroughsounds #marlborough #picton #nzmustdo #newzealand
in Marlborough Sounds
Because spaghetti is just BETTER when there’s whipped ricotta and garlic Parmesan breadcrumbs involved. Head to the @FoodNetworkKitchen app to take @grantmelton ’s Whipped Ricotta Spaghetti with Garlic-Parmesan Breadcrumbs class! Take lots of 📷 and post with the hashtag #FoodNetworkKitchen so we can see!
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Photo by @tasneemalsultan | Andrea Bocelli, wearing Saudi attire, sings at Maraya Concert Hall, in Al Ula, during a tourism festival in Saudi Arabia. Even just a couple years ago, an event like this would not have taken place in such a remote region of the conservative kingdom. #saudiarabia #andreabocelli
Photo by @katieorlinsky | Young polar bears play in the Alaskan Arctic. Anyone with a sibling can probably relate. I made this image in the Inupiat village of Kaktovik, Alaska. Every fall after the community’s annual subsistence hunt of bowhead whales, polar bears arrive to feed off the whale carcass scraps and bones. Climate change has affected the migration and diet of polar bears, which have grown increasingly hungry as melting sea ice impairs their ability to hunt seals on the ice sheet. Meanwhile, scavenging so close to town brings its own set of challenges to both polar bears and the people of Kaktovik. With a steady stream of tourists and scientists coming to view and study the polar bears year after year, bears grow increasingly accustomed to interaction with humans—the most dangerous predator on the planet.
Photo by @lucalocatelliphoto | This futuristic vertical farming facility in Newark, New Jersey, produces fresh vegetables in the shadow of New York City. It employs a reusable substrate in the form of a patented cloth, made from 100% recycled plastic bottles, on which seeds are laid. The cloth is misted from below, reducing water usage by 95% compared to farming on fields, the company maintains. This facility aims to reduce food waste by optimizing production based on need. It is estimated that almost 30% of food production in the U.S. is wasted—technology may help change that. As a photographer, my work revolves around the transition humanity is facing as we look for new ways to live in the future. This image is part of an upcoming magazine cover story on waste. Please follow me @lucalocatelliphoto to find out more and discover other stories about the technology we hope will lead to a more sustainable life. #transition #greenhouse #future #environment #lucalocatelliphoto