Hector Flores Mendez

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Taylor Swift ya es madrina y conoce a su ahijado por primera vez (FOTO)

La estrella del pop, Taylor Swift, finalmente es madrina y fue a conocer a su ahijado. La cantante dio a conocer la gran noticia el martes (28 de …

Photo by@stephenwilkes: As I shift gears from one location to the next, it’s been nice to make a pit stop at my favorite vacation spot #BlockIsland and relax for a bit. Tomorrow, I’ll head to a new location to shoot my next #DayToNight for @natgeo. Stay tuned to find out where! #summer #vacation #infinitypool #relax

Photo by Pete McBride @pedromcbride // Aerial view of the abyss — Marble Canyon of the Grand Canyon National Park — a place where a 310-foot dam was once proposed but eventually turned down due to public outrage and the hard work of many. To see another view of this geological masterpiece, go to @pedromcbride. #chasingrivers #aerial #conservation #Coloradoriver @ecoflight @oars_rafting

Photo by @ciriljazbec / My trip in Kenya has totally exceeded my expectations in a very positive way. I have met so many inspiring young entrepreneurs with incredible visions and dreams. Last weekend we went to Naivasha to take photos of the technology impact in the countryside. Luckily there was also some time to visit the amazing Hell's Gate National Park which lies north west of Nairobi. We got up early in the morning one day to capture this sunrise view looking at the Fischer's Tower. The Hell's Gate was actually an inspiration for The Lion King 1994 movie. Lead crew members of the film went to the park to study and gain appreciation of the environment for the film. @ciriljazbec @natgeo #Hells #Gate #Kenya #rising

Swirls formed around home plate as the #baseball field at @haverfordedu was groomed last week. @haverfordedu, in the Philadelphia suburbs, has produced an inordinate number of @mlb executives, talent evaluators and agents. In fact, as many as 20 percent of @haverfordedu’s economics majors — many of them #baseball players — choose baseball or sports as the subject of their senior thesis. But the school’s 200-acre campus, which includes an arboretum and duck pond, doesn’t scream “athletic powerhouse.” @nytimessports explores how a little, studious school became such a pipeline to a career in baseball, an industry with a limited number of job openings. Photo by @markmakela.