Do you know what an Earthscape Artist does?

Do you know what an Earthscape Artist does?

[BBC News]

Vocabulary chunks to learn after watching video :

  • He’s an Earthscape Artist
  • He spends his days on the beach racking the sand
  • He lets his imagination run wild
  • Geometric patterns
  • My biggest inspiration is nature
  • Translate the world I see
  • Scientific pursuit
  • By blending broad and narrow strokes he creates patterns
  • Which hovers above the design and takes pictures
  • Beach goers love his work
  • Travel miles to see it
  • He used to be Environmental Scientist
  • Follow his dream
  • Opened more doors
  • Make a living racking in the sand
  • When the tide comes in

 

 

 English vocabulay  – ECCE speaking exam – Cambridge Exams

 

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Tiny home road trips

Tiny home road trips

 [Seeker Stories]

Vocabulary chunks to learn after watching the video :

  • A professional snowboarder
  • He hits the road
  • In his self-made Travelling Tiny Home searching for the perfect snow
  • It took about 3 weeks
  • Some stuff I already had
  • A water tank, a sink, a hot water heater, a furnace a fire-place, a skylight
  • The toilet is an outdoor thing
  • So it’s good you’re a dude
  • A lake front property
  • It’s like having real estate that is priceless
  • You never get homesick with this
  • A snowboarding pioneer
  • You’ve really moved this sport forward
  • You left the professional life
  • Off the grid cabin
  • Tiny mobile house
  • When you build something with your hands it has some energy of yourself in it
  • Being able to head right into the heart of a snowstorm
  • The more you put yourself into something the more you remember it, the more you feel it
  • He is chasing storms
  • Taking self-portraits
  • These stunts that you do are absolutely mind-blowing
  • You set up these shots yourself
  • Were the risks worth it?
  • These are very special moments
  • You are testing how you function under pressure
  • He has set up an outdoor gallery of his photography
  • I wanted to bring art into the woods for that outdoor experience
  • The feeling is overwhelming
  • On the edge of a cliff
  • On a mountain peak
  • Feeling small, vulnerable

 

 

 

Meet Iceland’s wild horses

Meet Iceland’s wild horses

Peter Warner

Vocabulary to learn after watching the video :

  • Icelanders call these captivating creatures their Viking treasures

  • You won’t see scenes like this anywhere in the world

  • These are wild Icelandic horses

  • Some of them have never been touched by the human hand before

  • It takes patience to win their trust

  • Iceland is a nation that thrives on Myths and Fairy Tales

  • It’s tapping into the countries natural resources to attract travelers with an adventurous spirit

  • They are trustworthy

  • It’s not just the beauty of the beast

  • An extra two riding styles

  • It’s like sitting on a sofa

  • The specialist Icelandic Horse Riding School

  • Local and international students

  • With an average 20% increase in tourists every year

  • They see these creatures as their most compelling ambassadors

  • Why it’s worth venturing off the traditional tourist trails

  • And though they may not strike you as the typical souvenir

  • Only here will you see them unaffected by civilization

Blink #3

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Where do you store your winter food supply ?

Where do you store your winter food supply ?

LabofOrnithology

Vocabulary chunks to learn after watching the video :

  • One of the most interesting birds that I have every photographed is Acorn Woodpecker
  • I found a population of woodpeckers in a Suburban Park, in Southern California
  • Thousands and thousands of holes in it
  • They are among the busiest birds
  • This is where they store their winter food supply
  • It’s a tree that has been used over the generations, multi generations
  • We don’t drill them all at once
  • Each winter they drill a few more
  • And add some more acorns to them
  • That makes Acorn Woodpeckers pretty special in the bird world
  • They’ve got glossy blue-black back
  • They’ve got red and pale yellow and black markings around their heads and faces
  • Their eyes really stand out
  • You can tell the males from the females
  • They’re highly social birds
  • They live in social groups year round, up to a dozen individuals or more
  • Dramatic and very wonderful wing-spread display
  • I really like to go watch them and photograph them
You don’t need eyes to see beauty

You don’t need eyes to see beauty

 

[Volkswagen UK]

Vocabulary chunks to learn after watching the video :

• I would lose all my sight
• It hit me like a hammer
• That would mimic how sighted people see
• The world I envision
• Built from all the other senses
• This car is very sculptural
• The lines are quite exquisite
• They reappear and disappear
• You don’t need eyes to see beauty
• Beauty in every sense

 

 

Waiting

Waiting

“I will wait for you until the gold from the sun dwindles away.”

― H.S. Crow

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I see postcards #7

I see postcards #7

 

“When you set sail for Ithaca,
wish for the road to be long,
full of adventures, full of knowledge.”

— Constantinos P. Cavafis .”

Discover Greece

 

Discover the Greek island of Ithaca HERE

 

 

 

 

 

 

Texture

Texture

“The true worthiness of a man is not to be found in the man himself, but in the colors and textures that come alive in others” 

-Albert Schweitzer

Textures
I see postcards #6

I see postcards #6

 

“The harder you work, the luckier you get.”

— Plato

 

 

 

 

 

I see postcards #5

I see postcards #5

 

“I find it incredibly amazing how at every sunset, the sky is a different shade.   No cloud is ever in the same place.   Each day is a new masterpiece.    A new wonder.   A new memory.”

— Sanober Khan

 

 

photography by vocabularyinchunks

 

 

Paint the sky and make it yours #25

Paint the sky and make it yours #25

“I ignored your aura but it grabbed me by the hand, like the moon pulled the tide, and the tide pulled the sand”

– Talib Kweli

Paint the sky make it your
photography by vocabulary in chunks

 

I see postcards #4

I see postcards #4

 

“Life is a journey, but it’s not about the places along the way, it’s about the people that give you a piece of themselves.”

― Stavros Nashi,

 

photography by vocabularyinchunks

 

 

I saw #8

I saw #8

What goes around comes around (proverb)

The consequences of one’s actions will
have to be dealt with eventually – oxford dictionary

 

photography by vocabularyinchunks