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Discover The World

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YOLO! You Only Live Once is a hardcore pillar in my life. I do believe we only get one life, one opportunity to make it all happen. To live the life we love and desire. I desire a life filled…

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Outside

Carpe Diem, Felien's ABC

One of my 2017 intentions is to be more outside, close to nature. Social media is a quite big part of my life and I love it. But, there are so much more things to enjoy in life.

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A Popular Perch

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Birds gather on a rock formation—a popular attraction for both seabirds and people—at Natural Bridges State Beach in Santa Cruz, California. Photographer Laurence Norah writes that it’s “a wonderful place to get the sunset … A long exposure added a…

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Valley Of Shallow

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In this photo,  by photographer Emanuele Zallocco, a bale of hay casts a long shadow in Monti Sibillini National Park. Named for a legendary prophetess named Sibyl, this Italian park is a landscape of narrow valleys, rushing rivers, towering mountain…

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Transforming One Moment

Carpe Diem, Ocean of Posts

One of the first things I do in the morning, is checking out instagram. I know, it is a very bad habit, but I’m following some pretty amazing people on instagram and it is always great to see some new…

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Patagonian Paradise

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The renowned beauty of Chile’s Patagonia region is exemplified in this photo of French Valley in Torres del Paine National Park, submitted by Your Shot member Roger Smith. The valley is ringed by the soaring granite peaks of the 19-mile…

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A Watershed Moment

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A watershed moment by Daniel Beltrá: “Water in Iceland’s Ölfusá River flows around sandbars toward the Atlantic Ocean. The Ölfusá is Iceland’s largest river, and its watershed drains 2,355 square miles (or one-seventh of Iceland).” Mesmerizing, isn’t it? Love the…

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Snow, born to melt

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Why do we forget that the snow was born to melt and the leaves were born to fall and the sun was born to set? Why do we forget that the snow was born to dance and the leaves were…

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