Wednesday, May 1, 2013

out for a walk

since today is the 1st of may i had the day off and instead of studying i took the bus out to go for a walk. i wanted to explore a little and find a path up a mountain i've seen when walking there before. so i travelled light and only brought my phone as a camera. i wasn't really expecting any picturesque sceneries, because i was up on another smaller mountain last week and it was just grey dirt and rotten snow. but a lot had melted since then. i can't wait for all the snow to be gone and the trees to blossom.

i managed to find a path that went a bit up the mountain but i ended up having to walk off the trail to find my way up. it was a bit intimidating really, because the path i took was very improvised. also, i walked by some semi-fresh moose droppings (or at least i think they were... i'm no moose droppings-expert) so i was afraid i'd get eaten by walk into a moose... anyway, i didn't go all the way up because it got pretty steep and i didn't want to get lost (or eaten by moose). such a refreshing walk though, i feel like i spend all my time indoors reading or at uni. words cannot express how much i look forward to summer vacation, even though i don't have any definite plans yet. does anyone have any exciting plans for summer?




















18 comments:

  1. whoa, fantastiske bilder, og ja, har akkurat bestilt londontur med vemund. oss to helt alene i den store byen. jeg gleder meg!

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    1. tusen takk! åh, london er spennende, håper dere får en god tur! og er glad for at du kommenterte, slik at jeg kunne komme over bloggen din - veldig mange fine bilder :)

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  2. This is gorgeous. Where do you live? I'd love to explore there too.

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  3. Beautiful. It would be so good to be there!

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  4. beautiful! this looks so much like yosemite in california.

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  5. Such an amazing photos, I fell in love with your blog:)) regards from Lithuania:>

    http://sleepy-dog.blogspot.com/

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  6. i was there about year ago. i miss your photo, your melancholy views.
    come back,
    reader

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  7. maglev&zipper for space elevator future

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  10. ...fly to the Moon only in a rocket. Do not is possible make a Station hanging Moon´s below that enters in Earth´s Atmosphere because then...due to rotation´s speed of Earth, approx. 1666 kms/h, this huge supersonic wind speed would do impossible embarking on Station.

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  11. 3d bioprintin = Immortality = go to stars

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  12. ...space-elevator (orbital station bike wheel-1g)... geostationary orbit, a huge "bike-wheel" is gyrating around its own axis for have 1g-centrifugal. Wheel held in place with 4 CABLES (two of them with a track for Train) FORMING THE STRUCTURE OF A RHOMBUS♦ (minor diagonal of rhombus is the gyration-axis of the Station-Wheel)...rhombus below, the carbon nanotubes Track towards Earth...rhombus´s above the Cable towards the higher counterweight...if...WHEEL´s RADIUS = 250 mts... Wheel gyration´s axis length = rhombus´s minor diagonal = Wheel´s radius = 250 mts... Cable´s length of the rhombus´s side = Wheel diameter = 500 mts. Wheel´s ZONE-1g: habitable length = 1571 mts*50 mts wide*50 mts height, gyrating 360º each 31 seconds, angular-speed = 11.61º/sec, linear-speed = 182 kms/hour... Station Wheel´s GYRATION: AXIS IN PERPENDICULAR (90º) ORIENTATION TO THE ORBITAL TRAJECTORY...and so, while Station-Wheel follows its geostationary orbit, the Wheel does Not changes the spatial-orientation of its axis, and thus there are Not Precession forces actuating (and thus there is Not collision tendency of the Station-Wheel against the rhombus´s cables...but the system must supporting lateral charges against Track produced by the Coriolis effect when Train goes upwards or downwards...), the gyroscopic-rigidity contributes for maintaining forever the gyration-axis perpendicular to orbital trajectory... When the Maglev Train slowly arrives, using now their retractable cogwheels by the Zipper-Track (zippers installed on the same Maglev-Track), Train stops in Geo 0g-Station placed over one extreme of the gyration-axis... Passengers disembark and entering into gyratory circular corridor, they take now the interior-elevator of one of the Wheel´s hollow-radius, and tunnel "descending" till Hotel into the final Zone-1g...where while Station-Wheel goes turning, the immense O2 producer Hydroponics Garden receives a filtered Sun light...and there are Earth´s awesome views.

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