Tropic of Capricorn
Tropic of Capricorn
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mothernaturenetwork:

Feast your eyes on the alien-like geysers of El TatioIn this surreal set of images, photographer Owen Perry documents the sublime volcanic landscape of El Tatio, a bubbling geyser field nestled within the Andes mountains.
mothernaturenetwork:

Feast your eyes on the alien-like geysers of El TatioIn this surreal set of images, photographer Owen Perry documents the sublime volcanic landscape of El Tatio, a bubbling geyser field nestled within the Andes mountains.
mothernaturenetwork:

Feast your eyes on the alien-like geysers of El TatioIn this surreal set of images, photographer Owen Perry documents the sublime volcanic landscape of El Tatio, a bubbling geyser field nestled within the Andes mountains.
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wnderlst:

Zakynthos, Greece | Martin Nakov
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ancientart:

Examples of dogs represented in ancient Mexican art.
All of these artifacts date from 200 BCE to 500 CE. The first is from Nayarit, and the rest are from Colima. The dog in last sculpture is shown to be wearing a human mask.
Courtesy of & currently located at the LACMA, via their online collections.
ancientart:

Examples of dogs represented in ancient Mexican art.
All of these artifacts date from 200 BCE to 500 CE. The first is from Nayarit, and the rest are from Colima. The dog in last sculpture is shown to be wearing a human mask.
Courtesy of & currently located at the LACMA, via their online collections.
ancientart:

Examples of dogs represented in ancient Mexican art.
All of these artifacts date from 200 BCE to 500 CE. The first is from Nayarit, and the rest are from Colima. The dog in last sculpture is shown to be wearing a human mask.
Courtesy of & currently located at the LACMA, via their online collections.
ancientart:

Examples of dogs represented in ancient Mexican art.
All of these artifacts date from 200 BCE to 500 CE. The first is from Nayarit, and the rest are from Colima. The dog in last sculpture is shown to be wearing a human mask.
Courtesy of & currently located at the LACMA, via their online collections.
ancientart:

Examples of dogs represented in ancient Mexican art.
All of these artifacts date from 200 BCE to 500 CE. The first is from Nayarit, and the rest are from Colima. The dog in last sculpture is shown to be wearing a human mask.
Courtesy of & currently located at the LACMA, via their online collections.
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travelingcolors:

Streets of Glasgow | Scotland (by Maurice Ayal)
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travelingcolors:

Königsee | Germany (by Michaela-W)
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celestiol:

Lift off | by Pedro Jarque Krebs
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In Premier air-dry clay, with Kato Polyclay and washi paper. About 15.5 inches tall
©‎ Forest Rogers | Facebook
Edit: Tales of the Night Whisperer
Do not remove original credit
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greatlittleplace:

The abandoned Helensburgh railroad tunnel in Australia. It was opened in 1889 and abandoned in 1915. http://bit.ly/1fqwb4p
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marlenmueller:

ICELAND FROM ABOVE 
2014
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visitheworld:

Ruins of Abbaye d’Ourscamp in Oise / France (by Philippe_28).