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Photo by Robbie Shone @shonephoto | Cave explorers install a rope traverse around a pool of ice-cold water below the surface of the Gorner Glacier, Europe's second largest glacial system. The cave divers hoped the pool would lead them down through flooded galleries and passages to the base of the glacier, but the pool was only a few meters deep.


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La Vie En Rose | Photograph by Maxime Legare-Vezina | A beautiful Chilean flamingo by a cold winter morning. #YourShotPhotographer


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Fall in Amsterdam ✨💖💖💖✨
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Picture by ✨✨@izkiz✨✨
#wonderful_places for a feature 💖

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It’s Anti-Bullying Week in the UK, but no matter where in the 🌎 you live, everyone has a vital role in standing up to bullying. Choose kindness, spread love and live your truth. 🌟💕✨⁣

Our friends @antibullyingpro and @dianaaward are working with some amazing anti-bullying ambassadors to share the creative ways they are taking a stand against bullying — and encouraging others to do the same. Head over to our story to see them in action.⁣

If you or someone you know is experiencing bullying and needs support, click the link in our bio for helpful resources.


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48 hours in Toronto 🇨🇦⁣

One of my favorite travel hacks is the stopover - where you break up a longer journey with a quick stop in the middle. This past weekend @expedia invited me to do a 48hr stopover in Toronto w/ @seetorontonow and @aircanada (link in bio for more info) - scroll through for some scenes from day 1 where we hit up the old downtown, distillery district, Queen street west, city hall and a Maple Leafs hockey game. If you have stopover questions or Toronto questions let me know and I’ll do my best to answer them in the comments 📝#torontostopover #openyourcuriosity

Oh and a big shoutout to @zachdriftwood for shooting the bts video of me at graffiti alley - a true Toronto classic 🎨

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Photos by @carltonward | A large male panther emerges from a wildlife underpass that allows safe passage beneath State Road 80 near Labelle, Florida. The properties on either side of the road are private ranches that have been protected by perpetual conservation easements, funded by The Nature Conservancy (TNC) and other partners. There was already a bridge at this site for cars and trucks to cross over a canal. By adding ledges to the sides of the canal (where TNC Conservation Projects Manager Wendy Mathews walks; third photo) and high fencing on either side of the bridge, conservationists were able to encourage panthers to cross beneath the road rather than through traffic above. Vehicles kill nearly 30 Florida panthers on roads each year—the leading cause of death for the endangered puma. With the pictured segment of the statewide Florida Wildlife Corridor secure, panthers and other wildlife can now move safely from large public lands up to the southern banks of the Caloosahatchee River and the northern Everglades beyond. The Caloosahatchee had been a long-standing barrier to the northward movement of female panthers until late 2016, when the first female panthers were detected on the north side of the river in nearly 50 years. For Florida panthers to reach sustainable numbers, they need access to their historic territory in central and north Florida. Check the link in my bio for a new story connected to my #PathofthePanther project with @insidenatgeo. @PathofthePanther @FL_WildCorridor @NatureFlorida #Panther #FloridaWild #KeepFLWild


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I was thinking of which lesser known destinations to feature. The truth is, there are a LOT of them. The planet is littered with amazing places few people bother to visit.

This week I really want to feature places that evoke a response of “WHY DIDN’T I KNOW ABOUT THIS??” One of those places is again in Italy. Most of the attractions in Italy either date back to the Roman period, or to the Renaissance. This place dates back to the 18th Century, which isn’t one of the best known periods in Italian history.

Back then, most royals in Europe had Versailles envy. The palace of the King of France was the standard by which palaces were judged. Many other monarchs created palaces which emulated Versailles. Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna is probably one of the best examples of this.

The King of Naples didn’t want to be outdone, so they created the Italian version of Versailles.
The Royal Palace of Caserta.

When I visited, I was on a group tour of Italy, and only one other person on the tour bothered to come with me. When I got there, there were almost no non-Italian tourists.

In terms of total volume, it is the largest royal palace in the world. The palace is five stories tall, has over 1,200 rooms, and has over 1,700 windows.
The gardens are what is really amazing. There is an aqueduct running through the garden which is a total of 38km long! From the back of the palace it extends out to the horizon.

Getting to Caseata is actually really easy. The train station is literally outside the palace.

#everythingeverywhere #curiositynow #italy #caserta #unesco #unescoworldheritage #worldheritage #worldheritagesite

Reggia di Caserta
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#FotoDelDía | Multitudes se reúnen para disfrutar de una noche llena de comida, juegos y atracciones en el Race Street Pier en Filadelfia, Pensilvania. El colorido muelle se encuentra cerca de la bulliciosa costa central de Delaware, cerca del corazón del centro de la ciudad.
📸 Dina Litovsky


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“Leaving work knowing you did nothing all day” writes @winston_moose
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