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WWII veteran, 97, kneels in support of protesting athletes

A 97-year-old World War II veteran from Missouri has kneeled in support of protesting NFL players, saying the athletes “have every right to protest.”<p>The picture of John Middlemas on one knee and supporting the athletes has become a viral social media sensation.<p>The vet’s photo was taken and posted …

Golden path

Riva di Varenna

Earth Angel

~ Mystic Forest ~

Purple stripes

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Gorgeous Traditional Temari, Embroiedered By a 92 Year Old Woman

Temari (meaning handball), is a Japanese folk art form of embroidering balls for handball games or just plain decoration. Back in the day (around 7th century AD), the spheres were made from old kimono remnants that were wadded up into a ball and then wrapped with strips of fabric. Over time, the …

Cool Winds and Crystal Waters

A Stream Flowing off to Waterton Lake (Glacier National Park)

Redrock Falls - Glacier National Park

Olympic Green

Swiftcurrent River

Grizzly Cheezin'

Swift Current Sunrise Pano

This Is My “No, I DIDN’T Like That” Look, OK?

Spread the Cute:<p>We think we’re doing them a favor by giving them a bath, with all sorts of warm soapy water, baby talk, <i>(Now who’s the snookums</i> …

Wonders of the World

The pathway to heaven. Sunrise slowly lights up the "horns" of the Torres del Paine National Park in Chile's #Patagonia. These are some of the most beautiful mountains I have ever laid my eyes upon....and to hike to (and within) them is such an amazing experience. Photo by @magnumji

Ditch Your Responsibilities And Go Hike The Mendenhall Ice Caves Before They Melt

These, dear friends, are the Mendenhall ice caves in Alaska. They exist only because a glacier is melting-- and as you can guess, glaciers don't keep on melting forever.<p>Over the past year, researchers have noticed strange ancient trees standing upright in the ice caves. Turns out that as it …

Two gentoo penguins perched above the icy water in Antarctica. Of this chilling shot, photographer Nancy Leigh mused, "Were they angry with each other, on the lookout, breaking the wind for each other?" Photograph by Nancy Leigh, National Geographic Your Shot

The Cave

TravelDigital Nomad<p>Limestone caves are like McDonalds—they’re pretty much all the same and they’re pretty much everywhere.<p>The overbearing similitude of karst caves dissuades me from prioritizing them as tourist attractions—when you’re underground and it’s dark, you could be in France, Vietnam, …

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Corkscrew Falls, Hocking Hills, Ohio, USA

Awesome Architecture! Ansan City, South Korea

The Forgotten Temple of Lysistrata (Sea Caves near Benagil Beach), Algarve, Portugal !

Prskalo Waterfall, Serbia