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28 Reasons why South Africa should be on your Bucket List

South Africa is all about variety of activities, wildlife, adventures and scenery. These photos capture some of the wildlife you can find travelling this part of Africa | The Planet D: Adventure Travel Blog >> See More:

Aqua green NEW BCBG mini dress/ long tank

Aqua green NEW BCBG mini dress/ long tank This is soooooo gorgeous but I never wore it! I say mini dress because it is quite long at 32" (and slightly longer in back) so it goes both ways! Would pair well with leggings. This is my favorite color on the planet. Hard to capture in the photos! It's a rich jade with slight bluish tone. You'll love it I promise! The back is so sexy! BCBGMaxAzria Tops Tank Tops

Happy Tuesday wherever you happen to be. Im just finishing up several big commercial photographic projects which Ill share with you guys soon. And in between the rain and cloud weve been experiencing here in the Shoalhaven Ive been at my favourite photo spots capturing what the planet looks like when it smiles. I photographed this sunset in Shoalhaven Heads the same evening I photographed the timelapse which is the final sequence in this weeks Sunday to Sunday compilation. Mellow vibes to…

Masters of photography: Sebastiao Salgado – Genesis – The Legacy of Planet Earth

Sebastião Salgado genesis penguins ~ I love how this picture tricks the that the foot of a hill in the background? Or is there a strange, low, ceiling above the penguins?~

The 10 Most Beautiful Parks In Paris, France

OPEN) jinx) I sat off to the side, in dress and makeup, people had stared at me for putting a skeleton face on, but it was my choice so... Now everyone dance and talked with friends aside from me, even my brother had a date... 'I'm pathetic' I thought to myself. I sat now pushing around food on my plate in boredom, when I heard a cough from behind, I turned to see (blub)

To My Fellow Citizens of The Planet

Water cascades down an Uluru rock face. Uluru, also referred to as Ayers Rock, is a large sandstone rock formation in the southern part of the Northern Territory, central Australia. Photo by: Peter Carroll