🎶Love will lead you back.
Someday I just know that.
Love will lead you back to my arms.
Where you belong.
Sure as stars are shining.
One day you will find me again.
It won't be long.
One of these days.
Our love will lead you back.🎶 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• A little break from landscape photography ❤️
#Alagna#Valsesia (Walser German: Im Land, Piedmontese: Alagna, Valsesiano: Lagna) is a comune and small village high in the Valsesia alpine valley in the province of Vercelli, Piedmont, #Italy , a UNESCO World heritage site since 2013. It is a tourist place for mountaineering and winter sports, and it is internationally renowned for the freeride off-piste skiing. It was originally settled by Walser at the beginning of 12th century. It is located at an elevation of 1,191 metres (3,907 ft) just south of the Monte Rosa, elevation 4,638 metres (15,217 ft) (the second tallest peak in the Alps); It is very close to Milan (130 kilometres (81 mi)) and to the international Milan–Malpensa Airport (106 kilometres (66 mi)). Mountaineering
Alagna is one of the Alpine towns which have played a crucial role in the history of the mountaineering. The Guides Association was founded in 1872 and it is the oldest in Italy second only to that of Courmayeur (1870). From the town started all the first expeditions on the close Monte Rosa; the first one was on 23 July 1801 when Pietro Giordani, a native of Alagna, reached the summit of the peak which now is called by his name (Giordani peak, 4,046 metres (13,274 ft)). On 1819 Zumstein reached the third highest Monte Rosa peak (Zumstein peak, 4,563 metres (14,970 ft)). Finally between August the 8th and the 9th, the Alagna parish priest, reached, after three attempts, the fourth tallest peak of Monte Rosa and the highest in the Alagna Valley, the today called Gnifetti Peak (4,559 metres (14,957 ft)). #a6500 | E 20 f/2.8 Sony | f/8 | HDR 1/3 10 30 sec | ISO 100
Rarely seen and photographed, these humpback whales open wide to take a gigantic gulp of thousands of anchovies off the coast of Santa Barbara. I still can't believe I was able to capture this image. It was truly an amazing experience. #natgeo#natgeoyourshot#sonyimages#sony#whale#humpbackwhale
I want Dubai to be a place where everybody from all over the world meets each other, don't think of fighting or hate, just love it, enjoy their sport, and that's it. (Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum). Pic By @umaircom
I don’t want this anger that’s burning in me
It’s something from which it’s so hard to be free
But none of the tears that we cry in sorrow or rage
Can make any difference, or turn back the page — David Gilmour