Dörr Outdoor Pro 65 + Pro 15 - 2in1 • Padded waist straps with accessory compartment on both sides
• Height and width adjustable chest strap
• Height adjustable padded shoulder carrying straps
• Extra compartment for e.g. water pack, wet clothes, shoes and more – access via main compartment available
• Capacity: 65 & 15 litre
Two backpacks in one! Together with the extremely spacy travel backpack with a 65 l capacity, we supply a free extra backpack with 15 l capacity – both in green colour with signal green net appliqués and zippers. The two backpacks can be used independently. Great gear for several day trips. The lightweight combination is well thought out and offers plenty of useful features.
I had a thought the other day: I’ve been on this beautiful earth for 30 years now. In that time my body has grown from the length of a ruler into an adult; my interests have changed from barbie dolls to Harry Potter to retro fashion; my feet have worn everything from tiny baby booties to thongs, heels and boots; I’ve gone through toys, books, furniture, clothes, knickknacks and more. Nappies, baby wipes, body products, makeup- single use and short-term items by the bucketload...
Now multiply that by the 7.5 billion humans currently on earth, plus the humans of the past. The amount of waste we as a species have created is unfathomable, and it isn’t getting any better.
WHAT YOU CAN DO:
Buy second-hand, swap with friends and family, rent or borrow. Avoid brand new- especially from unsustainable, unethical brands.
Sheshaiya @ Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve where Vishnu is lying on Sheshnaag with Shiva behind him and Brahma now submerged below water. In the Puranas, Sheshnaag is said to hold all the planets of the universe on his hoods and to constantly sing the glories of the God Vishnu from all his mouths. It is said that when Sheshnaag uncoils, time moves forward and creation takes place; when he coils back, the universe ceases to exist. He is also described in Buddhism as Vasuki.
Vishnu is often depicted as resting on Shesha. Shesha is considered a servant and a manifestation of Vishnu. He is said to have descended to Earth in two human forms or avatars: Lakshmana, brother of Rama; Balarama, brother of Krishna. "Shesha" in Sanskrit texts, especially those relating to mathematical calculation, implies the "remainder"—that which remains when all else ceases to exist. #mythology#god#wildlife#amazing#beautiful#nature#wildlifephotography#hinduism