Gabriele Maira

Gabriele Maira

Gabriele Maira
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Sleeping under the stars in South Africa's Madikwe Game Reserve with Sanctuary Makanyane Safari Lodge

Sleeping under the stars in South Africa's Madikwe Game Reserve with Sanctuary Makanyane Safari Lodge

Beautiful Places In Africa | Most Beautiful Places on Earth? - Zelda Universe Forums - The worlds ...

Beautiful Places In Africa | Most Beautiful Places on Earth? - Zelda Universe Forums - The worlds ...

#neverhaveiever seen the Pyramids and Sphinx of Giza, Egypt

#neverhaveiever seen the Pyramids and Sphinx of Giza, Egypt

Want to add a garden but have limited space? This pyramid-shaped planter provides 36 linear feet of planting area, yet its base is compact enough to sit nicely on a deck or patio. Fill it with flowers, herbs or vegetables--its unique tiered design allows for easy access and lets light reach all of your plants.

Want to add a garden but have limited space? This pyramid-shaped planter provides 36 linear feet of planting area, yet its base is compact enough to sit nicely on a deck or patio. Fill it with flowers, herbs or vegetables--its unique tiered design allows for easy access and lets light reach all of your plants.

Celtic Tree of Life Symbol

Celtic Tree of Life Symbol

rumah paling unik di indonesia - Google Nggoleki l Wae Rebo: The Remaining Trace of Manggarai Architectural Hallmark

rumah paling unik di indonesia - Google Nggoleki l Wae Rebo: The Remaining Trace of Manggarai Architectural Hallmark

green architecture on a spiral dome base shape

green architecture on a spiral dome base shape

Africa | A Dorze man building his home in the Chencha, southern Ethiopia. The Dorze people are famous for their huge huts, resembling a giant beehive. Although these huts look fragile, they can last up to 60 years. The about 12 metres high huts, looking like a beehive, are constructed with vertical hardwood poles and woven bamboo and have thatched roofs of enset (false-banana) | © Sergio Pessolano

Africa | A Dorze man building his home in the Chencha, southern Ethiopia. The Dorze people are famous for their huge huts, resembling a giant beehive. Although these huts look fragile, they can last up to 60 years. The about 12 metres high huts, looking like a beehive, are constructed with vertical hardwood poles and woven bamboo and have thatched roofs of enset (false-banana) | © Sergio Pessolano

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I was at this tree my self #takemeback- 2,000 year old tree in South Africa called The Tree of Life. The boabab tree.

I was at this tree my self #takemeback- 2,000 year old tree in South Africa called The Tree of Life. The boabab tree.