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Technology-free holidays: 10 ways to escape the World Cup

<b>The saints go marching in</b><p>Some 300 years old and with atmospheric halls, beautiful frescoes and sweeping staircases, the St Georgenberg-Fiecht Monastery in the Austrian Tirol is home to 15 Benedictine monks who school guests in the kind of monastic life often lived by players on the continent. …

Travel

Dubai Sunrise

Epic 360-degree selfie will give you wanderlust

You've never seen anything quite like this. This incredible around-the-world video selfie took three years to film and is sure to make you want to hop a plane.<p>By attaching a GoPro camera to a long stick, extreme adventurer Alex Chacón documented himself in an astonishing 360-degree video selfie …

The True Origins of 'X-Men'

It was mid-1963, and Stan Lee was on a roll. In a mad burst of invention, he and star artists Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko had just birthed the …

Comics

Went crazy with my phone. Took sooo many pictures over the alps #alps #italy

#buongiorno #roma #a #view #from #up #high #alto #rome #history #clouds #bluesky #holiday #travel #italy #italia

cornersoftheworld:

netimu:

smithnant:

NASA just landed a rover on Mars, this is the very first picture. This JUST happened minutes ago.<p>1:42am EST 8/6/2012<p>It’s in color<p>holy shit<p>that’s fucking <i>MARS</i> you guys<p>I just need this on my blog again. This wonderful picture :’D<p>science is good fuck yes go NASA<p>Wow almost a year has past and this is still one of the coolest things I’ve ever seen.

evocativesynthesis:

touchdisky:

malformalady:

The Dead Sea is 427 meters below sea level and is the lowest place on earth. The Dead Sea is 306 m (1,004 ft) deep, the deepest hypersaline lake in the world. With 34.2% salinity (in 2011), it is also one of the world’s saltiest bodies of water<p>Photo credit: Victor B

t-a-h-i-t-i:

<b>Piana del Fucino, Abruzzo (Italy)</b> by L-M Photography

0rient-express:

lovelylikeliver:

Mt Shasta from the backseat.

sickpage:

allthingseurope:

Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild, France (by Mammu K.)

d4nyr3yes:

Road Trip Centro América, (Honduras)

sundxwn:

vulpiksie:

I need to go here before I die<p>you might die when you go here

The Earth’s clouds reflecting moonlight, creating a faint, reddish glow at a beach in northern France

The Earth’s clouds reflecting moonlight, creating a faint, reddish glow at a beach in northern France. Beyond the clouds lie cosmic dust and star clouds of the Milky Way. The constellation Sagittarius can be seen peaking above the horizon and Jupiter is shining visibly on the right, amongst the stars of the Scorpius constellation.<p>Photo credit & copyright: Laurent Laveder (July, 2007)

Playa del Carmem, Mexico~

Playa del Carmem, Mexico~

myprettyuniverse:

<i>Katmai Crater - Mount Katmai, Alaska, Katmai National Park</i>

thoselonelyeyes:

the starry sky on the himalayas<p>CLICK ON THE PIC BRO

goldenyasmin:

Crater lake at sunset. I feel spoiled out here.<p>click on it<p>This is more beautiful than you realise.

aurinkotomaatteja:

June 2013<br>Tampere, Finland<p>I can’t explain how much I miss my life and infinite moments with beautiful people who make me feel good about myself. Nowadays I’m not even able to leave my house.

shoomlah:

<b>pathways | Arches National Park</b><p>Mystic Places is back from Utah with <i>tons</i> of photos! I’ll be posting a couple sets of them this week- it’s hard not to think of Myst when you’re wandering alone through a desert.<p>Starting to post some of my Utah vacation photos over on Mystic Places! The ones that are particularly Myst-ish, anyway.<p>…which is <i>all of them.</i>