Daniel Bastos

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BMW R65 + surfboard

A bike has to be pretty special to stand out at the annual Wheels & Waves festival in Biarritz: it’s the motorcycling equivalent of a beach full of French supermodels. But this lovely 1979 BMW R65 with a surfboard rack stopped passers-by in their tracks with its understated elegance.<p>It’s the work …

sonho tcheco: a maior pegadinha cinematográfica da história

Dois jovens estudantes de cinema captaram 700 mil dólares junto ao ministério da cultura tcheco e investiram tudo numa campanha publicitária para um …

solaris: o planeta vivo de stanislaw lem

Stanislaw Lem não foi só um dos grandes nomes da ficção científica, foi também o filósofo que fundiu a esperança no futuro com a amargura da …

341 meters (1,120 feet) beneath Lookout Mountain in Chattanooga, Tennessee, an underground stream winds its way through the caverns before plummeting to depths below. This site, known as Ruby Falls, has become one of the most famous tourist spots in the southeast United States, drawing visitors to capture the sight of the falls. The caves of Lookout Mountain have a rich and storied history leading up through the 19th century, but in 1905 railway construction along the mountain shut off all access to the caverns, leaving it inaccessible to visitors. Inspired by the stories of the past, cave enthusiast Leo Lambert garnered resources to reopen the site, and in 1928 construction on his project commenced. During excavation, Lambert discovered a new section of the cavern and—at its end—the waterfall. Lambert named the falls after his wife, Ruby, and went on to develop the site into a destination for visitors with regular tours. In time, Ruby Falls also came to be one of the first caves outfitted with electric lights. Now colored lights illuminate the falls, making it an even more attractive destination for visiting Instagrammers. For more photos and videos from the falls, tap the blue location text above. Photo by @mathnetic

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