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therealbohemian:

- yes tell me how you really feel about tourists. And I’ve felt this way oftentimes myself.
via Fucking Tourist
therealbohemian:

- yes tell me how you really feel about tourists. And I’ve felt this way oftentimes myself.
via Fucking Tourist
therealbohemian:

- yes tell me how you really feel about tourists. And I’ve felt this way oftentimes myself.
via Fucking Tourist
therealbohemian:

- yes tell me how you really feel about tourists. And I’ve felt this way oftentimes myself.
via Fucking Tourist
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beerburritowhiskey:

20th-century-man:

The Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco / open to pedestrian traffic only, during its opening in May 1937 (top) and on its 50th anniversary in May 1987 (bottom).
In 1987, the weight of the 300,000 people that crossed the bridge caused it to sag by 5 feet.

My dad and I were watching it live on TV and he had to assure me that the bridge wouldn’t break or collapse. 
beerburritowhiskey:

20th-century-man:

The Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco / open to pedestrian traffic only, during its opening in May 1937 (top) and on its 50th anniversary in May 1987 (bottom).
In 1987, the weight of the 300,000 people that crossed the bridge caused it to sag by 5 feet.

My dad and I were watching it live on TV and he had to assure me that the bridge wouldn’t break or collapse. 
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Solange Knowles Goes East for The Ground Shoot by Seiji Fujimori

Solange Knowles Goes East for The Ground Shoot by Seiji Fujimori

Solange Knowles Goes East for The Ground Shoot by Seiji Fujimori

Solange Knowles Goes East for The Ground Shoot by Seiji Fujimori

Solange Knowles Goes East for The Ground Shoot by Seiji Fujimori
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huffingtonpost:

'F**king Tourist' series by Photographer Nicolas Demeersman will make you think twice about how you travel. See the full collection of photos here. 
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stevemccurrystudios:

The poor dog, in life the firmest friend, The first to welcome, foremost to defend.- Lord Byron
stevemccurrystudios:

The poor dog, in life the firmest friend, The first to welcome, foremost to defend.- Lord Byron
stevemccurrystudios:

The poor dog, in life the firmest friend, The first to welcome, foremost to defend.- Lord Byron
stevemccurrystudios:

The poor dog, in life the firmest friend, The first to welcome, foremost to defend.- Lord Byron
stevemccurrystudios:

The poor dog, in life the firmest friend, The first to welcome, foremost to defend.- Lord Byron
stevemccurrystudios:

The poor dog, in life the firmest friend, The first to welcome, foremost to defend.- Lord Byron
stevemccurrystudios:

The poor dog, in life the firmest friend, The first to welcome, foremost to defend.- Lord Byron
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brockdavis:

popcorn rain cloud #popcorn #rain #popcornraincloud
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newsweek:

In an unlikely corner of our solar system, scientists have discovered evidence of what they believe is a subterranean ocean. The water means a tiny moon orbiting Saturn could be one of the few places in the solar system with the right ingredients for life.
The moon Enceladus is only 300 miles wide—it would fit between New York City and Charlottesville, Va. It’s a mini-world with a bright, icy, frigid surface, and it is just one of an astounding 62 moons orbiting the ringed planet. But it is not just a static, boring ice ball. Fractures on the moon’s surface—evocatively named “tiger stripes”—emit jets of frozen water that help form one of the bands in Saturn’s rings.
Ocean as Large as Lake Superior Found on Enceladus, a Tiny Moon Orbiting Saturn
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gasoline-station:

City Reflections
by Andrea Stone
"While visiting Portland, Oregon in the summer of 2011 I became consciously aware of the incredibly beautiful abstract patterns reflected in the windows of the Downtown. I started to associate to the way metal and glass, like structure and openness, represent the tension between elements in modern architecture. While the metal framework demands conformity, the glass reflections seem to explode, almost in defiance of this structure and, in the end, seem to transcend their captors."
gasoline-station:

City Reflections
by Andrea Stone
"While visiting Portland, Oregon in the summer of 2011 I became consciously aware of the incredibly beautiful abstract patterns reflected in the windows of the Downtown. I started to associate to the way metal and glass, like structure and openness, represent the tension between elements in modern architecture. While the metal framework demands conformity, the glass reflections seem to explode, almost in defiance of this structure and, in the end, seem to transcend their captors."
gasoline-station:

City Reflections
by Andrea Stone
"While visiting Portland, Oregon in the summer of 2011 I became consciously aware of the incredibly beautiful abstract patterns reflected in the windows of the Downtown. I started to associate to the way metal and glass, like structure and openness, represent the tension between elements in modern architecture. While the metal framework demands conformity, the glass reflections seem to explode, almost in defiance of this structure and, in the end, seem to transcend their captors."
gasoline-station:

City Reflections
by Andrea Stone
"While visiting Portland, Oregon in the summer of 2011 I became consciously aware of the incredibly beautiful abstract patterns reflected in the windows of the Downtown. I started to associate to the way metal and glass, like structure and openness, represent the tension between elements in modern architecture. While the metal framework demands conformity, the glass reflections seem to explode, almost in defiance of this structure and, in the end, seem to transcend their captors."
gasoline-station:

City Reflections
by Andrea Stone
"While visiting Portland, Oregon in the summer of 2011 I became consciously aware of the incredibly beautiful abstract patterns reflected in the windows of the Downtown. I started to associate to the way metal and glass, like structure and openness, represent the tension between elements in modern architecture. While the metal framework demands conformity, the glass reflections seem to explode, almost in defiance of this structure and, in the end, seem to transcend their captors."
gasoline-station:

City Reflections
by Andrea Stone
"While visiting Portland, Oregon in the summer of 2011 I became consciously aware of the incredibly beautiful abstract patterns reflected in the windows of the Downtown. I started to associate to the way metal and glass, like structure and openness, represent the tension between elements in modern architecture. While the metal framework demands conformity, the glass reflections seem to explode, almost in defiance of this structure and, in the end, seem to transcend their captors."
gasoline-station:

City Reflections
by Andrea Stone
"While visiting Portland, Oregon in the summer of 2011 I became consciously aware of the incredibly beautiful abstract patterns reflected in the windows of the Downtown. I started to associate to the way metal and glass, like structure and openness, represent the tension between elements in modern architecture. While the metal framework demands conformity, the glass reflections seem to explode, almost in defiance of this structure and, in the end, seem to transcend their captors."
gasoline-station:

City Reflections
by Andrea Stone
"While visiting Portland, Oregon in the summer of 2011 I became consciously aware of the incredibly beautiful abstract patterns reflected in the windows of the Downtown. I started to associate to the way metal and glass, like structure and openness, represent the tension between elements in modern architecture. While the metal framework demands conformity, the glass reflections seem to explode, almost in defiance of this structure and, in the end, seem to transcend their captors."
gasoline-station:

City Reflections
by Andrea Stone
"While visiting Portland, Oregon in the summer of 2011 I became consciously aware of the incredibly beautiful abstract patterns reflected in the windows of the Downtown. I started to associate to the way metal and glass, like structure and openness, represent the tension between elements in modern architecture. While the metal framework demands conformity, the glass reflections seem to explode, almost in defiance of this structure and, in the end, seem to transcend their captors."
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condenasttraveler:

Rice fields en route to Sari Organik farm and restaurant in Bali
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allthingseurope:

Rjómafoss, Iceland (by Óli.)
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citylandscapes:

The Banks of river Ganges, Haridwar city, India

#ReligiousCitiesOfIndia  #Submission