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I used to travel alot. Nowadays I do it through tumblr
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sublim-ature:

Bagan, BurmaRaúl Cruz Arnelas
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nasia-s:

cottonmill:

sycam0re:

 Cristopher McKenney.



Insanely good work, wish i’d have seen these back when I was doing my A Levels!

Jesus o_O
nasia-s:

cottonmill:

sycam0re:

 Cristopher McKenney.



Insanely good work, wish i’d have seen these back when I was doing my A Levels!

Jesus o_O
nasia-s:

cottonmill:

sycam0re:

 Cristopher McKenney.



Insanely good work, wish i’d have seen these back when I was doing my A Levels!

Jesus o_O
nasia-s:

cottonmill:

sycam0re:

 Cristopher McKenney.



Insanely good work, wish i’d have seen these back when I was doing my A Levels!

Jesus o_O
nasia-s:

cottonmill:

sycam0re:

 Cristopher McKenney.



Insanely good work, wish i’d have seen these back when I was doing my A Levels!

Jesus o_O
nasia-s:

cottonmill:

sycam0re:

 Cristopher McKenney.



Insanely good work, wish i’d have seen these back when I was doing my A Levels!

Jesus o_O
nasia-s:

cottonmill:

sycam0re:

 Cristopher McKenney.



Insanely good work, wish i’d have seen these back when I was doing my A Levels!

Jesus o_O
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worldaccordingtojoanne:

Spotted at Grizzly Falls Ziplining (Skagway, Alaska).
I have a thing for suspension bridges. Can you blame me though? 
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lifeisverybeautiful:

Rolaki Chalakos, Notio Aigaio, Greece
Ripple by Aaron_S. on Flickr.
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darkface:

(via _DSF0306 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!)
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etherealvistas:

My Heart Skips A Beat (Australia) by southern_skies2 
etherealvistas:

My Heart Skips A Beat (Australia) by southern_skies2 
etherealvistas:

My Heart Skips A Beat (Australia) by southern_skies2 
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with-grace-and-guts:

Stay awhile by blue mountain thyme on Flickr.
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sublim-ature:

Skagit River, WashingtonRachael Schumacher
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sublim-ature:

Bavaria, GermanyKilian Schönberger
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4nimalparty:

Tardor a la Val d’Aran (by manelanzon)
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bobbycaputo:

Five Months Inside The World’s Tallest Squat
The Centro Financiero Confinanzas Skyscraper in Caracas, Venezuela, has been home to 3000 squatting residents since October 2007. Alejandro Cegarra took five months to createThe Other Side of the Tower, a photo-series that documents the lives of the abandoned building’s inhabitants. Although it is in no way an ideal life – Cegarra reports that there are places without railings where drunk people or children have fallen, and that the water and electrical systems are not adequate – the Tower of David, as it has been nicknamed, is a place where people have created their homes to live mostly peacefully.
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bobbycaputo:

Five Months Inside The World’s Tallest Squat
The Centro Financiero Confinanzas Skyscraper in Caracas, Venezuela, has been home to 3000 squatting residents since October 2007. Alejandro Cegarra took five months to createThe Other Side of the Tower, a photo-series that documents the lives of the abandoned building’s inhabitants. Although it is in no way an ideal life – Cegarra reports that there are places without railings where drunk people or children have fallen, and that the water and electrical systems are not adequate – the Tower of David, as it has been nicknamed, is a place where people have created their homes to live mostly peacefully.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Five Months Inside The World’s Tallest Squat
The Centro Financiero Confinanzas Skyscraper in Caracas, Venezuela, has been home to 3000 squatting residents since October 2007. Alejandro Cegarra took five months to createThe Other Side of the Tower, a photo-series that documents the lives of the abandoned building’s inhabitants. Although it is in no way an ideal life – Cegarra reports that there are places without railings where drunk people or children have fallen, and that the water and electrical systems are not adequate – the Tower of David, as it has been nicknamed, is a place where people have created their homes to live mostly peacefully.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Five Months Inside The World’s Tallest Squat
The Centro Financiero Confinanzas Skyscraper in Caracas, Venezuela, has been home to 3000 squatting residents since October 2007. Alejandro Cegarra took five months to createThe Other Side of the Tower, a photo-series that documents the lives of the abandoned building’s inhabitants. Although it is in no way an ideal life – Cegarra reports that there are places without railings where drunk people or children have fallen, and that the water and electrical systems are not adequate – the Tower of David, as it has been nicknamed, is a place where people have created their homes to live mostly peacefully.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Five Months Inside The World’s Tallest Squat
The Centro Financiero Confinanzas Skyscraper in Caracas, Venezuela, has been home to 3000 squatting residents since October 2007. Alejandro Cegarra took five months to createThe Other Side of the Tower, a photo-series that documents the lives of the abandoned building’s inhabitants. Although it is in no way an ideal life – Cegarra reports that there are places without railings where drunk people or children have fallen, and that the water and electrical systems are not adequate – the Tower of David, as it has been nicknamed, is a place where people have created their homes to live mostly peacefully.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Five Months Inside The World’s Tallest Squat
The Centro Financiero Confinanzas Skyscraper in Caracas, Venezuela, has been home to 3000 squatting residents since October 2007. Alejandro Cegarra took five months to createThe Other Side of the Tower, a photo-series that documents the lives of the abandoned building’s inhabitants. Although it is in no way an ideal life – Cegarra reports that there are places without railings where drunk people or children have fallen, and that the water and electrical systems are not adequate – the Tower of David, as it has been nicknamed, is a place where people have created their homes to live mostly peacefully.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Five Months Inside The World’s Tallest Squat
The Centro Financiero Confinanzas Skyscraper in Caracas, Venezuela, has been home to 3000 squatting residents since October 2007. Alejandro Cegarra took five months to createThe Other Side of the Tower, a photo-series that documents the lives of the abandoned building’s inhabitants. Although it is in no way an ideal life – Cegarra reports that there are places without railings where drunk people or children have fallen, and that the water and electrical systems are not adequate – the Tower of David, as it has been nicknamed, is a place where people have created their homes to live mostly peacefully.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Five Months Inside The World’s Tallest Squat
The Centro Financiero Confinanzas Skyscraper in Caracas, Venezuela, has been home to 3000 squatting residents since October 2007. Alejandro Cegarra took five months to createThe Other Side of the Tower, a photo-series that documents the lives of the abandoned building’s inhabitants. Although it is in no way an ideal life – Cegarra reports that there are places without railings where drunk people or children have fallen, and that the water and electrical systems are not adequate – the Tower of David, as it has been nicknamed, is a place where people have created their homes to live mostly peacefully.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Five Months Inside The World’s Tallest Squat
The Centro Financiero Confinanzas Skyscraper in Caracas, Venezuela, has been home to 3000 squatting residents since October 2007. Alejandro Cegarra took five months to createThe Other Side of the Tower, a photo-series that documents the lives of the abandoned building’s inhabitants. Although it is in no way an ideal life – Cegarra reports that there are places without railings where drunk people or children have fallen, and that the water and electrical systems are not adequate – the Tower of David, as it has been nicknamed, is a place where people have created their homes to live mostly peacefully.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Five Months Inside The World’s Tallest Squat
The Centro Financiero Confinanzas Skyscraper in Caracas, Venezuela, has been home to 3000 squatting residents since October 2007. Alejandro Cegarra took five months to createThe Other Side of the Tower, a photo-series that documents the lives of the abandoned building’s inhabitants. Although it is in no way an ideal life – Cegarra reports that there are places without railings where drunk people or children have fallen, and that the water and electrical systems are not adequate – the Tower of David, as it has been nicknamed, is a place where people have created their homes to live mostly peacefully.
(Continue Reading)
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man-and-camera:

Jayme crossing the river ➾ Luke Gram