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The factor that I overlooked was the finiteness of time. The concept is invisible to a child. Kids may know logically that they will one day they will be old, but they can’t feel it. It sounds like a rumor. The carefree timelessness of my youth was rattled in my 20s. A kind of panic set in. Time became visible. Each choice I made began to feel more and more final, as if every choice was the death of others. Millions of doors were closing behind me as I passed them in the hallway. Am I missing out? Am I making the right decisions? Am I becoming the person I want to be? It often dawns too late that we have only one life, only one path, and the choices we make become the story of our lives.
@jedidiahjenkins in “To Wake the Sleeping Self”
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Just some thoughts I’ve been wrestling with especially as another year has passed so quickly. Originally saw this via @kylor and then @jess.wandering because I suppose all of us friends resonate with similar things :) #sumba #wonderfulindonesia
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The factor that I overlooked was the finiteness of time. The concept is invisible to a child. Kids may know logically that they will one day they will be old, but they can’t feel it. It sounds like a rumor. The carefree timelessness of my youth was r

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@samkolder Thankfully you're able to think like this while you're still young, so many people just start to look at life this way when it's too late! :) ❤️

@samkolder @chelseakauai I'm prepared!! Hopefully this means lots more surfing and high lining🙏🏽🙏🏽

From winter to sun! You guys I had so much fun exploring the more rugged side of Aruba yesterday, driving on dirt roads and over rocks on quiet coastal trails with cacti and driftwood to keep me company, and these powerful waves slamming against the rocky shoreline (it's on my insta stories if you want to see more!). I love this adventurous side of Aruba that most tourists don't see. Did you know it looked like this here? Gorgeous. #DiscoverAruba #OneHappyIsland #spon
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From winter to sun! You guys I had so much fun exploring the more rugged side of Aruba yesterday, driving on dirt roads and over rocks on quiet coastal trails with cacti and driftwood to keep me company, and these powerful waves slamming against the

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From the minute I sat down at Edible Canada for a dinner hosted by Fairmont Waterfront, to the minute I finished the brunch that I returned for, and paid for on my own, days later - I sensed something very different about this bistro on Granville Island and the greater brand that is Edible Canada. All I knew is this wasn’t like anything I’d experienced before. Through my travels I’ve seen that not as many people as you think know how to make what is essentially simple food in a REALLY GREAT way. A way you remember forever, and crave often. But that’s what’s happening at Edible Canada. It started with a culinary concierge service by Chef Eric Pateman in 2005. It’s expanded thus [in words from their own website]:
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“Our vision is to make a national food community which helps define Canadian cuisine and generates a strong sense of food culture. Through learning, collaboration, celebration, story-telling and food experiences, our mission is to support the growth of Canada’s culinary collective, creating more opportunity for all those who help shape the face of Canadian food. In 2010, only 5 short years after the company was founded, [what was Edible Vancouver and then Edible British Columbia] became Edible Canada, opening up a full-service bistro all while integrating [Eric’s] retail concept and food tours. Eric’s vision to support local, sustainable food systems and to introduce the public to the very best Canadian culinary artisans was realized. Edible Canada has been driven by the question- what is Canadian Cuisine? – and we have since come to define it as ‘local, sustainable & seasonal ingredients in the hands of many cultures’. From wild mushrooms to seafood and birch syrup to bison, Canada’s vast selection of natural ingredients bring feelings to flavours by infusing the cultural elements of our people’s past, present and future. It’s our continued goal to share and explore this further. In everything we do today, Edible Canada is celebrating and representing Canadian cuisine with collaboration and sustainability in mind. [...] always searching for the best of what is local, sustainable, seasonal and uniquely Canadian.”
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From the minute I sat down at Edible Canada for a dinner hosted by Fairmont Waterfront, to the minute I finished the brunch that I returned for, and paid for on my own, days later - I sensed something very different about this bistro on Granville Isl

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@sezgiolgac Yum yum 😍

@inbedwith.me Yummmmmmmm🙌🏽

One more week here in Oslo and then we are heading to more snowy Christmas holidays
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One more week here in Oslo and then we are heading to more snowy Christmas holidays @ilbisonteofficial #1box10shots #whenagiftisallyouneed

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In all my trips to Vancouver before this latest one, I'd somehow never been to Granville Island nor had I discovered the adorable ferry service that is the Aquabus. The staff at Fairmont Waterfront suggested I experience both on a day without scheduled activities, so I did return on my own. And I'm so glad I did! This small fleet is a family-owned business in operation in Vancouver since the 1980s. At least one of the tiny boats now runs on electricity instead of gas which makes my  extra happy. (I hope they convert more!) And the branding that wraps around the boats, reminiscent of the vintage album covers and movies I grew up with, was so cute I couldn't help but smile with childlike wonder as I took the ferry from the island all around False Creek. The sweet teenagers, Keenan and Angus, who were captains on my Aquabus were so amused by my level of fascination with it all and that made it more fun for me as I realized a life lesson. Too often, the things that are normal or typical for me lose their luster because I thrive on change and newness. I’m sure I’ve been like Keenan and Angus many a time as I wondered why a visitor to where I lived found something to love in what I view as merely normal. Being purposeful about not losing appreciation for what's close to home, would help me be a better steward of what I‘m given.
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Aquabus is open every day but Christmas for residents of Vancouver and visitors alike. A portion of the fleet accommodates wheelchairs, bicycles and those desiring to commute via water. Dogs are encouraged if you’re a pet owner. Cash is the only payment accepted on board but you can get tickets with a card on Granville Island.
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And in case I didn’t make it clear already, this is definitely an activity I’d recommend the next time you visit Vancouver! ️
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In all my trips to Vancouver before this latest one, I'd somehow never been to Granville Island nor had I discovered the adorable ferry service that is the Aquabus. The staff at Fairmont Waterfront suggested I experience both on a day without schedul

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@inbedwith.me On my list!

@rachelroams Such a cute island!

A friend of mine just shared an article with me on why she deleted Instagram after reaching 10K followers and the article went into the many, many, MANY ways that people grow their Instagram accounts, hack the system and cheat. After reading it my predominant feeling was just to feel super sad for every single person that does this. I occasionally get upset that I reach less people on Instagram as a direct result of not being able to compete with the algorithms (because I don’t cheat). I think that’s only human. But I have always been secure in the knowledge that every person I reach is there because they are interested. This is how I’ve been able to maintain such love for the platform over the past 8+ years of using it. I wish that more people could know what a wonderful place Instagram can be for people like me. I don’t have to rush and comment (4+ words!) on my pod, I don’t have sophisticated bots running in the background, I’m not following/ unfollowing people and frantically checking my numbers each day and I’m not scared each day that my account, or the platform that services my account with fake engagement, is going to be shut down. Instagram is not a game. Instagram is a place to go to be inspired and to inspire. To those that feel they have to cheat, I feel sorry for you. I feel sad. I hope that you can one day discover the joy of instagram for yourself. The real Instagram. Tag someone who needs to hear this! X
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A friend of mine just shared an article with me on why she deleted Instagram after reaching 10K followers and the article went into the many, many, MANY ways that people grow their Instagram accounts, hack the system and cheat. After reading it my pr

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It’s pretty weird to be leaving Berlin today without any idea when I will return and knowing that next time it will be as a tourist. It didn’t really hit me until last week as I was exploring the Christmas markets that I would be leaving Germany soon. It was completely my choice, just like it was to move here in the first place 5 years ago, but it’s bittersweet nonetheless. I’ll miss the way the pavement seems to somehow always be wet in the winter, reflecting the lights, I’ll miss the rare snow day, because it makes the city so beautiful. I’ll miss the way the city comes alive in the summer, with people hanging out in parks, and on the canal in front of my old house. I’ll miss watching the sunset there with friends strumming on the guitar while eating cherries. I’ll miss the sheer ridiculousness of it all, and the way that nothing I ever did could make me the weirdest person in that city (and I tried!). But I won’t miss the place, the people, or the memories, because they are all still very much with me. That’s what I’ve learned over all of these years of coming and going – you keep things with you, and it is all interconnected in the fabric of our lives and experiences. Now there’s nothing ahead of me, and nothing behind me, just the adventure unfolding right now. (: @thisbatteredsuitcase)
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It’s pretty weird to be leaving Berlin today without any idea when I will return and knowing that next time it will be as a tourist. It didn’t really hit me until last week as I was exploring the Christmas markets that I would be leaving Germany soon

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@theplanetd Bye by Berlin! It's been very good to you! Living in this city was where your superblogging stardom took off! I can't wait to see where the next chapter of your life takes you. Big hugs from Deb!

When I read or watch the news lately, I become more and more convinced that so many of our problems have to do with our fear of connection or our misunderstanding of it. In our desire for our own safety or that of our family and loved ones, I think we fear being connected to others who aren’t like us and we fear new connections because of all the unknowns.
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I get it. I can be prey to fear too. Especially of connection. I tend to push people & things away before they can end up doing the same to me.
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But when I was in Vancouver recently, I began to think of the word in entirely different terms as I explored the city from Granville Island to Stanley Park and beyond courtesy of the staff at the Fairmont Waterfront hotel. Their hearts are BIG and their desire for us to learn was immense, matched only by my own as the days wore on. The more I learned, the more I wanted to know.
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From Candace Campo, of Talaysay Tours, how her roots go deep into the earth of what is now known as Stanley Park but which was her ancestor’s home for a certain part of every year; how important Cedar Trees were to them and how even now there are still plants we can use if we learn how and what to look for. She shared how a deep connection to the Earth and to all those who came before her informs her choices and her actions now. She exuded more grace, kindness and wisdom than in anyone else I’ve ever met.
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And we met Mr. Bannock, aka Paul Natrall- a second generation chef, who has adapted his family’s culinary traditions into a food truck format so that he can travel all around the city of Vancouver to serve up plates overflowing with love.
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Then it was on to Museum of Vancouver and the Bill Reid Gallery to understand Indigenous culture and history through tangible things like jewelry, baskets, hats... art. I was moved to silence by the Haida Gwaii exhibit which is on view till April 2020. Then stunned by the sheer mastery of the skill of Jaad Kuujus, aka Meghann O’Brien, and her intricate weaving on display alongside Bill Reid and others from the past who inform her work today.
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These experiences made me think of connection in an entirely new light.
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When I read or watch the news lately, I become more and more convinced that so many of our problems have to do with our fear of connection or our misunderstanding of it. In our desire for our own safety or that of our family and loved ones, I think w

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@inbedwith.me This. 🙏🏽🙏🏽

@rachelroams Yes! That’s such a great city to explore how diverse experiences can lead to a city rich in both culture and connectedness.

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Hi! I’ve been reminding myself this week about what photography means to me. Six years ago I quit my job as a chef to become a photographer and at the time I wrote down three things on a piece of paper. They were: photography, travel and social media. ️ I didn’t know it at the time, but those words had a power to them and my life now embodies them completely. Of the three though, it’s photography that started it all. Photography allows me to be completely present in a moment and completely in tune with the world around me. It anchors me. Don’t get me wrong, I love business and all of the many facets of running my own, but put me in the wilderness with a camera and I am at rest. I can’t wait to share my shots from the Etosha National Park where I’ve been shooting this week. I’m on holiday with mummy and falling in love with my camera all over again.  And don’t forget, you can learn photography from me, link in bio  @laurenepbath .
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Hi! I’ve been reminding myself this week about what photography means to me. Six years ago I quit my job as a chef to become a photographer and at the time I wrote down three things on a piece of paper. They were: photography, travel and social media

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@siddharthajoshi Damn! Absolutely love this Lauren ❤️

The Holidays are getting close! 
Last few days for shipping prints, books & merch in time for Christmas are here! If you wanna grab something during our biggest sale of the year, use code: CBHOLIDAYS25 at www.ChrisBurkard.com 🤙
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The Holidays are getting close! Last few days for shipping prints, books & merch in time for Christmas are here! If you wanna grab something during our biggest sale of the year, use code: CBHOLIDAYS25 at www.ChrisBurkard.com 🤙

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You and your wife are on the same team. Make sure she never has to question it.️

From cypress jungles of Louisiana to ancient pagodas Swe Inn Dein in Myanmar. To wander here is an adventure on it's own. Endless ruins of hundreds of mossy pagodas with statues deep down in the tall grass. And almost not a single living soul around. Panoramic photos shot on #Nikon #d850 + 14-24 nikkor. 
#Myanmar #Burma #shweinndeinpagoda #inlelake #shweindeinpagoda #gitzoinspires #Lucroit #madewithluminar
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From cypress "jungles" of Louisiana to ancient pagodas Swe Inn Dein in Myanmar. To wander here is an adventure on it's own. Endless ruins of hundreds of mossy pagodas with statues deep down in the tall grass. And almost not a single living soul aroun

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@adingattamimi Wonderful bro!

@marselvanoosten That’s amazing Daniel 🔥

We came to Sumba with very little idea of what to expect. It’s only an hour(ish) flight from Bali, but feels completely opposite with its long dirt roads, rolling savannah land, and the relative obscurity of even the most popular “destinations”. ️I think we found this beach via Pinterest, couldn’t believe it was on the same island, cross referenced and embarked on a multi hour mission to get there. We stayed for one of the most beautiful pink sunsets and didn’t get home until almost 11pm. Very few things I like more than seeing unique landscapes and the special satisfaction when a little research goes a long way.
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We came to Sumba with very little idea of what to expect. It’s only an hour(ish) flight from Bali, but feels completely opposite with its long dirt roads, rolling savannah land, and the relative obscurity of even the most popular “destinations”. ️I t

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@sashadigiulian Yes!!! There’s some awesome climbing around here!🧗🏼‍♀️ Over the sea!

@bestvacations 😍💙🔥💙🔥😍

A few years ago, my mother and I took a trip following my late grandmother’s journal around Europe. Our first stop was Heidelberg, where we decided that things probably hadn’t changed that much since she was there. The old town that she wrote about was still charming, the castle still sits over the beautiful city, with a gorgeous view down to the town, the river, and right now the Christmas market. Our favorite thing was the apple cake, which we had twice! This time, my favorite thing was adding a Christmas memory to the story. Even though I loved being here in the summer, it felt extra festive and specially in the winter too. I’ve written a post and made a video of all of the markets that I visited on this trip, click on the link in my bio so that you can pick your favorites for when you come! #ChristmasBaWu #VisitBaWu #spon
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A few years ago, my mother and I took a trip following my late grandmother’s journal around Europe. Our first stop was Heidelberg, where we decided that things probably hadn’t changed that much since she was there. The old town that she wrote about w

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‍️ Photography tip: making something out of nothing.  I’m back with another fun filled photography tip from a shot I took recently when there really wasn’t that much to shoot. I guess I would call this a lesson in learning to check out your surroundings and think outside the square when you’re taking pictures. I was at an instameet and the sunset wasn’t looking like it was going to do much but I noticed that there was a rise to the landscape that would allow me to compose out all the distracting elements in the background; namely messy trees and power lines. So, 1️⃣ Get down nice and low and look up at your “subject” to see if you can simplify your composition. ‍️ I always try lots of different angles for my shots, straight on, down low or up high. You never know what will work best. 2️⃣ If you don’t have an interesting element for your shot, you can always enlist a friend or else use yourself as a subject using the technique I shared in my last post. ‍️ Here I used my friend Tia and asked her to “cheers”. (We were at a winery ) 3️⃣ Always, ALWAYS wait for the light to do something. ️️ If there was no cloud and no light for this photo then it would have been boring indeed. ‍️ I always look at photography as building blocks. Take a nice scene and compose it nicely then add a foreground element or subject and wait for interesting light. Voila, an average photo can become a great photo. Learn photography from me, link in bio  @laurenepbath #LaurensPhotographyTips
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‍️ Photography tip: making something out of nothing. I’m back with another fun filled photography tip from a shot I took recently when there really wasn’t that much to shoot. I guess I would call this a lesson in learning to check out your surroundi

Sirromet Wines
We had coconuts and time. What more could you ask for :)
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We had coconuts and time. What more could you ask for :) - #sumba @indtravel photo @samkolder

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@bestvacations Sounds perfect to me! 😍

@marinacomes Coconuts and time sound like the greatest of plans!🤗🤗🤗

FINALLY back exploring the beautiful wine regions around Australia. It’s what I pictured but even better. Here at Delatite Winery, nestled in the foothills of the Victorian Alps (yes, Australia has Alps) beautiful sustainable wines are produced in a biodynamic way. I left with three bottles  @seehighcountry #seehighcountry
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FINALLY back exploring the beautiful wine regions around Australia. It’s what I pictured but even better. Here at Delatite Winery, nestled in the foothills of the Victorian Alps (yes, Australia has Alps) beautiful sustainable wines are produced in a

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It’s starting to feel a lot like Christmas!!! Actually Christmas came a bit early with few amazing packages from @ilbisonteofficial
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It’s starting to feel a lot like Christmas!!! Actually Christmas came a bit early with few amazing packages from @ilbisonteofficial #1box10shots #whenagiftisallyouneed

Oslo, Norway
The Dawn Wall... one of the greatest climbing films of this generation is showing tonight at my studio in Pismo Beach along with our California fire relief fundraiser. 6-10pm Live music, food & kombucha on tap along with some epic raffle prizes all for a good cause! A few tickets left, get em here www.ChrisBurkard.com/workshops or bio. .

Thanks for the support @dometic @prana @kleankanteen @whalebirdkombucha
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The Dawn Wall... one of the greatest climbing films of this generation is showing tonight at my studio in Pismo Beach along with our California fire relief fundraiser. 6-10pm Live music, food & kombucha on tap along with some epic raffle prizes all f

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@finn Yeah man... amazing film. Hope the event went well!

Winter roads are my favorite to explore
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Winter roads are my favorite to explore

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@ahmet.erdem This is perfect 😍

Good morning . Photography Tip Time! Have you ever wondered how some photographers manage to take photos of themselves? Curious as to whether there’s another photographer hidden away somewhere behind the lens? Well, there’s not! At least in my case. I don’t take many selfies, but sometimes there’s a scene that’s so pretty I just want to immortalise myself in it.  Here’s how: 1️⃣ Put your camera on a tripod and frame the scene. When framing pay attention to the lines, the composition and any distracting elements. ‍️ For example, make sure your horizon line is straight, look for leading lines to add a compositional element, compose out rubbish bins and cars on the street etc. 2️⃣ Next, figure out where you want to stand in the frame and switch your camera over to a manual focus to manually focus on something in that exact spot. ‍️ For this shot I just focused on the patch of sunlight where the road met the grass. 3️⃣ Finally, set your settings using your preferred shooting mode (manual or aperture priority are my faves) and take a test shot. ‍️ Check out the histogram to make sure your exposure is perfect and you’re ready! 4️⃣ Last, put on a self timer, allowing yourself time to run into the frame. Depending on the distance from the tripod to the spot you focused it could be 5 seconds or 30 seconds. ‍️ When you’re adjusting the self timer give it 3-5 shots so that you can try different poses without checking between each one. Boom  You’ve got a selfie. ‍️
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Good morning . Photography Tip Time! Have you ever wondered how some photographers manage to take photos of themselves? Curious as to whether there’s another photographer hidden away somewhere behind the lens? Well, there’s not! At least in my case.

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Series of photos about one beautiful sunrise at Louisiana cypress swamps. We were lucky this morning to have a bit of fog rolling over water surface which created this magical atmosphere. 
My friend @d.arkhipov making some masterpieces among trees on his kayak.
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Series of photos about one beautiful sunrise at Louisiana cypress swamps. We were lucky this morning to have a bit of fog rolling over water surface which created this magical atmosphere. My friend @d.arkhipov making some masterpieces among trees on

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@furstset 😍😍😍

Some places stay with you a bit longer than others. Late at night when my mind races & I can’t sleep (most nights) I’m drawn back to certain memories & feelings. This sunset in Mallorca a few months ago was hard to forget... rightly so. 
@nathaniel.coleman above the Balearic Sea.
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Some places stay with you a bit longer than others. Late at night when my mind races & I can’t sleep (most nights) I’m drawn back to certain memories & feelings. This sunset in Mallorca a few months ago was hard to forget... rightly so. @nathaniel.c

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A hot shower, surrounded by Winter ️ @jess.wandering
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A hot shower, surrounded by Winter ️ @jess.wandering

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@jasmine.lorimer 🙌🏼

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Wow oh wow. I’ve just wrapped a week of exploring the Victoria High Country, and was completely blown away by this perfect corner of Australia. A few hours from Melbourne, you’ll find stunning valleys, beautiful villages, AMAZING food and heaps of wineries, along with some of the nicest people I’ve ever met. For the food lover and outdoor enthusiast like me, I was instantly fell in love with this region. Super excited to begin sharing more of my stories from there  @seehighcountry #SeeHighCountry
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Wow oh wow. I’ve just wrapped a week of exploring the Victoria High Country, and was completely blown away by this perfect corner of Australia. A few hours from Melbourne, you’ll find stunning valleys, beautiful villages, AMAZING food and heaps of wi

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Kamchatka! Russia’s land of volcanoes. 
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This is the city of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, the main city on this remote peninsula in Russia’s far-east.
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From here we bussed to the interior, then hopped on snowmobiles to visit ethnic Even reindeer herders and learn about their way of life in the wilderness. It was such a wild trip!
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Kamchatka! Russia’s land of volcanoes. - This is the city of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, the main city on this remote peninsula in Russia’s far-east. - From here we bussed to the interior, then hopped on snowmobiles to visit ethnic Even reindeer herde

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@alexthevagabond Radical!!

@followmeaway Oh wow how incredible

Not a bad way to say good morning to the world . My friend @karl_shakur was loving the views  If you were to ask me one what was my favorite place I visited in 2018, I would probably say Indonesia. The country was so diverse with so many different things to do and see. From hiking volcanoes, exploring jungles, lounging on beaches—there really is something for everyone. Would love to go back in 2019 and see more!  what was your favorite place you visited this year? I’m trying to make my 2019 bucketlist. 
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Not a bad way to say good morning to the world . My friend @karl_shakur was loving the views If you were to ask me one what was my favorite place I visited in 2018, I would probably say Indonesia. The country was so diverse with so many different th

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@samhorine The man, the must, the legend

@furstset Yess😍😍🔥

It’s definitely cold outside, but I love the crisp weather️
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It’s definitely cold outside, but I love the crisp weather️

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My search for the most magical Christmas markets led me here to this adorable market under the bridge in Ravenna gorge. The lights turn from blue to purple, pink, gold, green, and red. There's a little river behind the market with decorated trees, and so many talented artists selling their works. If you're picturing a quaint Black Forest town with a magical little Christmas market, this one fits the bill! Swipe to watch the time lapses I took as this market and the chocolate market from Tübingen light up at night. #ChristmasBaWu #VisitBaWu #spon
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This reflects my opinions only, but I just want to express my heartfelt sorrow and love to those who are suffering because of what happened at the Christmas market in Strasbourg, France. I don’t want to give terrorists any attention, because that’s what they want and they’re pathetic, but I hope that you still come to Europe, still see these beautiful markets, still get to appreciate the culture and feel the love and festivity. These events are few and far between but they are scary, and sad. However I don’t want to let it force me into fear, because then they win and I’m letting love win today.
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My search for the most magical Christmas markets led me here to this adorable market under the bridge in Ravenna gorge. The lights turn from blue to purple, pink, gold, green, and red. There's a little river behind the market with decorated trees, an

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@mylifesatravelmovie Well said. I’m continuing with the Christmas Markets in Europe as well ❤️

Series of images about cypress trees. It's interesting to observe how the light could change the entire image at the same location. We've been to this little pond in Texas for many times in rain, fog, dusk or dawn and every time the place seem to live the different life. 
#Texas #cypressswamp #Nikon #gitzoinspires #luminar #madewithluminar #skylum #Lucroit
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Series of images about cypress trees. It's interesting to observe how the light could change the entire image at the same location. We've been to this little pond in Texas for many times in rain, fog, dusk or dawn and every time the place seem to liv

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@adingattamimi Epic mate!!

@felixinden Good stuff DK

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