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Photo by @iantehphotography | I love this scene of children gleefully jumping into the water by the beach at St. Malo. The city is a walled port in Brittany, in northwestern France, on the English Channel. I was working on a story about the historical aspects of this province. In the past, it was notorious for privateering; today the city is a major tourist destination. #stmalo #summer #swimming


Photo by @jimmychin | The act of climbing mountains is often misunderstood. It can mean a lot of different things to different people. The reasons for climbing mountains can be deeply personal or about sharing an incredible experience with your climbing partners. For some it becomes a meditation in being present—life stripped to the basics, movement through the landscape with purpose. At its most raw, it can be about survival.⁠⠀
Conrad Anker has made a career seeking out, exploring, and climbing some of the most remote, unclimbed walls in the world. Beyond his climbing, he has been a mentor to new generations of climbers and also worked to protect the wild landscapes he loves. But at the end of the day, he still loves climbing.
Pictured here in minus 20°F temperatures, he ascends a new 4,000-foot route on Ulvetanna, aka the Wolf’s Fang, in Antarctica. Ask him why he’d spend a week on a wall in subzero temps and he might not be able to tell you—but he was surely present and enjoying this moment. For more images from mountain adventures around the world, follow @jimmychin.


Photo by Juan Carlos Fajardo @jc_fajardo |
Every summer in Ibiza, Spain, visitor records are exceeded. More and more houses are built on the edges of ravines, more and more hotels are devouring the coast to meet the tourist demand of the island. I could continue to enumerate hundreds of problems derived from the tourist overcrowding, not only on land but also at sea, with boats anchoring in Posidonia meadows, nightclubs where besides the noise pollution, the dumping of garbage into the sea is added. In this photo, I show you the Comte Beach, a place that in the summer months is filled with boats from the shore to the horizon, where luxury houses skipping the law of coasts border the coastal area to create your own private piers. #YourShotPhotographer


Pig in a blanket. 🐽 On today’s #WeeklyFluff, it’s snuggle time with Millie the mini piggy (@milliethelittlepiggy).⁣

Video by @milliethelittlepiggy

Tooele, Utah

Ear to the streets 👂🏻

2nd Avenue Bike Lane

Christmas market in Prague ✨❤️❤️❤️✨
Picture by ✨✨@mikecleggphoto✨✨
#wonderful_places for a feature ❤️

Prague, Czech Republic

“Deal 😂😍” writes (watch to the end!) 👆🤣😭❤️❤️❤️


#followmeto Fushimi Inari Shrine in Kyoto with @natalyosmann. It is famous for its thousands of torii gates. Inari is known as the god of foxes, called kitsune, in Japanese mythology. Foxes are thought to be his messengers. Kitsunes are said to have a variety of powers and abilities. They range from shapeshifting, possession, illusions. Which photo/video do you like the most? 1,2,3,4,5?
#Следуйзамной к Храму Фусими Инари, который также называется Храмом Тысячи Ворот. Инари считается богом лис - которых называют кицунэ. В Японской мифологии кицунэ имеют такие способности как вселяться в чужие тела, выдыхать и создавать огонь, появляться в чужих снах, и способность создавать иллюзии столь сложные, что они почти неотличимы от действительности. Весь наш ролик Японии пропитан иллюзиями…
Какое фото/видео вам больше понравилось? 1,2,3,4,5?

Fushimi Inari-taisha

#FotoDelDía | Una cámara activada por movimiento captura a dos lobos árticos (Canis lupus arctos) que se alimentan de un gran cadáver de buey almizclero macho en la isla de Ellesmere, la masa continental más al norte de Canadá.
📸 @ronan_donovan


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