Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) // What amazing tunnel systems lie beneath our cities? Dubbed 'Megatron' by the secretive network of urban explorers who sometimes delve into its silent chambers, this storm drain lies directly under Sheffield (England) city centre. So concerned were our Victorian forebears with the possibility of the city flooding that they decided to build this giant underground wonder in 1860. With a parabolic brick arch this feat of engineering prowess protects the city from potential flooding by rain.


Photo by @amivitale | A keeper feeds
three orphaned baby rhinos at the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy (@lewa_wildlife) in #Kenya. Animals here receive dedicated, constant care from their keepers, who look after their health and help prepare them for life in the wild. Indigenous communities are on
the front lines of the fight against poaching and landscape destruction, making them the best protectors of the endangered wildlife around them.

Follow @amivitale @lewa_wildlife @nrt_kenya & @nature_org to learn about the incredible work being done to protect and preserve these wondrous beings.

@kenyawildlifeservice @thephotosociety @natgeo @nature_africa #WorthMoreAlive #protectrhinos #DontLetThemDisappear
#rhinos #saverhinos #stoppoaching #kenya #northernkenya #magicalkenya #africa #everydayafrica #worldrhinoday #photojournalism #amivitale


Fluorescent Anemone | Photograph by Jim Obester (@jimobester)
Blue-filtered strobe lights stimulate fluorescent pigments in the clear tentacles of a tube-dwelling anemone in Hood Canal, Washington. This photo won first place in the underwater category in the 2017 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year Contest.

The 2018 @natgeo Photo Contest has launched, the link is in our profile. We are looking for images that show us the world: its wildlife, people, and places. Submission deadline is November 15, 2018. Good luck #YourShotPhotographer


Photo by @theastvibes
“When I saw the bond between the goose and the person, I just couldn’t resist myself from capturing it,” says 24-year-old Rahul Singh (@theastvibes), who photographed this #WHPkindness submission by the Brahmaputra River in Assam, India. “It’s so funny that we can create a bond with anything via compassion and love.”


Amalfi - Italy ✨❤️❤️❤️✨ Picture by ✨✨@timothysykes✨✨ go follow this self-made millionaire who travels the world while teaching others how to become millionaires too!


a pint in the fabled Leadenhall market 🍻⁣

Any Harry Potter fans out there might also recognize this as Diagon Alley 🧙🏼‍♂️


Next in my series of under visited places is Sukhothai! 🇹🇭🇹🇭🇹🇭
Sukhothai is the former imperial capital of the Sukhothai Empire. The ruins of the capital can be found in the historical park of the same name just outside of the modern city of Sukhothai.
Sukhothai is located approximately halfway between Bangkok and Chiang Mai. Despite being situated between two of the most popular destinations in Thailand, Sukhothai gets very few visitors in comparison. Most people either fly or take a train, which skips Sukhothai entirely.
It is really too bad because Sukhothai is an amazing place. I’ve often described it as a smaller, cleaner version of Angkor, Cambodia. There are almost 200 ruins spread over 70 square kilometers. There are very few visitors to the park and you can stroll about the grounds historical park is which only a few square kilometers.
The park has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it is one of the most significant historical sites in Thailand. It think it is a superior visit to Ayutthaya which is usually crowded with visitors on day trips from Bangkok.
When I visited I pretty much had the park to myself. You can walk amongst the temple ruins or you can rent a bike. They have paved paths that you can ride on.
The easiest way to get to Sukhothai is either by bus or train, from Bangkok or Chiang Mai. I recommend people stop here if they are going between the two cities as it is one place in the country which should not be missed.
#everythingeverywhere #thailand #sukhothai #unesco #worldheritage #worldheritagesites


The Reader, Saint-Michel, Paris 🕵🏻‍♂️🗞


Daños ocasionados por huracanes 🌪

1) Un bote navega por un vecindario inundado como consecuencia del huracán Katrina, el 11 de septiembre de 2005, dos semanas después de que la letal tormenta golpeara la ciudad.

2) La inundación y la erosión del huracán Irene han dañado gravemente las casas.

3) El oficial Cliff Tice del Departamento del Sheriff del condado de Dare camina por la carretera dañada NC 12 que desemboca en la playa Mirlo en Rodanthe, Carolina del Norte, el martes 30 de octubre de 2012. El huracán Sandy dejó la calle intransitable.

4) Seaside Park, en la costa de Nueva Jersey, después del huracán Sandy.


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