Most Wonderful Views From The Top Of Legendary Landmarks

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There are many things that can leave someone breathless, apart from grinding out a triathlon or spending time at high altitudes. The sight of a bride on her wedding day may take the breath from a groom-to-be.

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Painted Hills of Oregon

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This place attracts thousands of tourists every year, especially those interested in geology and paleontology. Of course, photographers love this place, too.

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The Adorable Adventures of Coonhound Maddie Captured by Photographer Theron Humphrey

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American photographer Theron Humphreytakes lovely pictures of his adorable dog Maddie going on adventures. While his previous project showed her balancing on things, his new series captures his canine companion on the road with him.

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The Faroe Islands: The Most Beautiful Place You’ve Never Heard Of

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In “Into the Mystical Unreal Reality of the Faroe Islands” New York Times described the archipelago of 18 upthrusted hunks of igneous rock in the middle of precisely nowhere, “maybe the most curious place left on earth,” and for good reason. Take a look at the stunning set of photos below then read the full article over on NYTimes.com to get an idea of why the Faroe Islands might be the most mystical place you can add to your travel bucket list.

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The Woman Who Chose Too Much

The film is a false documentary made by FCB Lisboa to Turismo de Portugal and Monocle Magazine about a character: “The Woman who chose too much”.

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Tiny Beach in a Cave

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These breathtaking images capture the hidden depths of one of the worlds largest caves, which is so big its home to a beach, a river and a jungle. At more than 130m high, and 150m across, the imposing cave is so big as high as the London Eye and wider than one-and-a-half football pitches. The incredible cave called Hang En, in Vietnam is the worlds third largest cave and even has its own climate. Photographer Lars Krux, 48, ventured into the cave with his wife Justyna Krux, and a party of tourists, in order to capture these stunning shots. Here: The campers set up inside the cave on the beach. (Photo by Lars Krux/Caters News)

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Living on Water

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The Bajau people of Malaysia live their lives completely at sea, living in wooden huts and spending their days fishing. Sailing over crystal clear waters, the Bajau people of Malaysia live their lives almost entirely at sea. Children as young as four catch fish, octopus and lobsters from handmade boats off the eastern coast of Sabah, Malaysia. Along with their families, they live in wooden huts on stilts and trade their seafood for necessities with islanders in the nearby town of Semporna. Photographer Ng Choo Kia joined the Bajau people on their pirogues, which are long narrow canoes made from single tree trunks, and documented their daily life in a series of pictures.

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The Colorful Island of Burano, Italy

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Italian island of Burano is located in the northern part of the Venetian lagoon, at a distance of seven kilometers from the center of Venice. It is considered to be a district of the city, although it has its own independent history.

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Madeira Island first glamping on Crowdfunding

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Wake up in a tropical banana tree forest, listening to the waves by the beach and the spring water falling down the cascade. This new glamping site in Madeira Island is the perfect spot to relax by the hill, camping with all comfort and glamour. They are now on crowdfunding so that the project can be finished and become real.

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Paris Drenched In Colours Of the Rainbow For “World’s Happiest Run”

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Around 20,000 people took part in the second edition of the Paris Color Run in April 19, 2015, that left both the runners and the city itself doused in pinks, blues, and greens. Benoit Tessier, Reuters photographer reveals a spectacular series, at the foot of Eiffel tower, where people, hands up in the air, have celebrated the end of the race.

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Atacama Expedition Motorcycle Tent

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Redverz Gear has achieved camping nirvana with The Atacama Expedition Motorcycle Tent. With 23 inches of additional sleeping room, 3-person capacity, room for cots and the ability to sleep either cross-wise or lengthwise, The Atacama Expedition Tent is the most versatile and comfortable motorcycle tent known to man. The small vestibule of its’ predecessor, The Series II Expedition Tent, has been annexed into the sleeping bay, adding precious slumber space and enabling each camper to use a separate door when entering and exiting the tent.

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The New Nomads

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The life of urban nomads places new demands on cities, buildings, residences, and working spaces. This book presents temporary architecture and flexible room and furniture concepts, as well as the fitting tools and fashion, for a generation that feels at home in every corner of the globe.

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Toilet Bowl Waterfall in Foshan, China

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The city of Foshan is located in the central part of China. On the city’s Shiwan Park’s territory is a waterfall fountain consisting of 10,000 toilet bowls, urinals and sinks.

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Civita di Bagnoregio: Ancient Endangered Hill Town in Italy

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Civita di Bagnoregio, Province of Viterbo, Italy. Initially Civita was the first settlement established by Etruscans over 2 500 years ago, whereas Bagnoregio was its suburb. Only recently tourists rediscovered the sister towns, that mesmerize with impressive nature and panoramic views, as well as historic architecture, balancing on a fragile cliff.

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27 Places In The U.S. That Foreigners Are Crazy About

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What most of us living in the U.S. don’t know is that this country is actually a great place to travel around. It offers all sorts of stunning scenery. From the low plains all the way up to the mighty mountains, the U.S. has a little bit of everything to see.

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