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These bizarre locations may seem like a series of elaborate movie sets, but they are real destinations that you might want to see for yourself.
The Wave, Arizona, U.S.
Travertines, Pamukkale, Turkey
Red Beach, Panjin, China
Rice terraces, Bali, Indonesia
Odle Mountains, Italy
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Today Toby and I headed to the Roaches for a morning of exploring and climbing. We have been going to the Roaches for a few years now and absolutely love it! There are a few steep sections but not too many and you are rewarded with amazing views so the climbs are totally worth it! […]
At Travel with Nano B., Nano shares a photographic tour of well-known places and her own favorite spots in and around Tokyo to see cherry blossoms and enjoy the hanami season.
Talent or skill…or is it even art? I’ve had some pretty lively discussions with artist friends this week about what is authentic art. Boy, that is a can of worms. Fair warning; there is no definitive answer to this question but come along for the ride. We were reviewing submissions for the gallery for next […]
To create work that touches people’s lives in ten, a hundred, or a thousand years from now is both a humbling and unexpected reward of one’s effort. But we do not determine whether something is timeless or not; we simply create from the heart, telling the truth about what we see and why it matters, and we ship. You might not be around for the praise, but the choice to be present while enjoying the process is available daily.
We spoke to Maria Popova, founder of Brain Pickings—a cross-pollination of ideas from a diversity of domains in the pursuit of understanding why we’re here and how we can live well.
She shares her insights on what she has learned studying timeless ideas, producing an evergreen body of work, the origin of ‘content’ and why we need to reframe how we think about it.
Your insatiable curiosity and love for…
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We know the color version of B&W photos are always a subject of argument. But how beautiful is it if we get the actual color version of black & white photos. Here in this post Kurt Emans shared some amazing photos of the history with their color version. This is a unique way to show what life was like in a particular era.
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