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20 de Fevereiro 2010 – História de uma fotografia

The big flood and the might of a Human Hand!

179 July 15th Conjunction. The Moon, Venus and Jupiter.

The Moon, Venus, Jupiter and Aldebaran making a square in the sky just before sunrise. Honestly this is beauty!

Nothing this crazy, but one day I want to jump off some rocks in Greece. Preferably with friends.

Cliff Diving, Negril, Jamaica - One of the most beautiful Beaches in the world! And don't miss out on the Cliff Diving at Rick's Cafe! Night life is pretty awesome too!

Beautiful Sunset

HEAVEN AND HELL by Kristen Ashley Daybreak On The Outer Banks of North Carolina.how fun would it be to watch the sun rise here?

Azores - I've been enchanted since an Anthony Bourdain episode. (Islands off the coast of Portugal.)

Azores: Best Budget Travel Destination for 2012 - Travel

https://flic.kr/p/PKm8n6 | venise (702b)

https://flic.kr/p/PKm8n6 | venise (702b)

Cape Meares Lighthouse, Oregon at Lighthousefriends.com

Cape Meares Lighthouse - OR. Just a reminder you can't drive all the around the Cape Meares Loop road any more. The end of the road is the Cape Meares Lighthouse .

Iguazu Falls, BRAZIL side.

Iguazu Falls, Iguazú Falls, Iguassu Falls or Iguaçu Falls are waterfalls of the Iguazu River on the border of the Brazilian state of Paraná and the Argentinian province of Misiones.

Quelques slogans de mai 68 pour comprendre la différence entre cette époque et celle d'aujourd'hui. Ça fait réfléchir. L'action ne doit pas être une réaction mais une création   L'âge d'or était l'âge où l'or ne régnait pas. Le veau d'or est toujours de boue.   L'agresseur n'est pas celui...

Avant les Indignés, il y eut les enragés.

Fort-la-Latte, Bretagne, France. Le film Vikings avec Kirk Douglas et Tony Curtis y a été tourné en 1957.

Travel Inspiration for France - Fort-la-Latte (Castle of La Latte) in Dinan, Bretagne, France

On the island of Madeira (Portugal) - Up in "the mountains, and a bit west of Encumeada we follow an old trail seemingly leading straight into a rock wall. "Not a problem," the old Madeirans once must have said, and then proceeded to [cut] a hole in the volcanic formation."

An exploration walking tour through landscapes carved by volcanism and erosion and the evolution of Madeira Island through the local geodiversity.