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¿Has conocido ya a todos los habitantes de Añora (Córdoba)? / Have you ever met all the inhabitants of Añora (Córdoba)?

¿Has conocido ya a todos los habitantes de Añora (Córdoba)? / Have you ever met all the inhabitants of Añora (Córdoba)?

I'd be afraid to get lost in all those feesh!

Photographer and marine biologist Octavio Aburto snapped the images of the "fish tornado". Images of an underwater fish "tornado" were captured at Cabo Pulmo National Park in Mexico.

Into the blue. Mexico.

Cave Diving in Tulum, Mexico Photograph by Patrik Gustafsson, National Geographic Your Shot A diver explores a cenote in Tulum, Mexico. Ancient Maya believed that the rain god Chaak lived in these natural wells. Now they are giving archaeologists new ins

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High Five with a Humpback Whale

Diver and whale high five by Marco Queral. I wanna give a whale a high-five!

Stunning sculptures and moving photographs are a bonus to a tasting at one of these luxe wineries.

4 Wineries With Stellar Art Collections

Stunning sculptures and moving photographs are a bonus to a tasting at one of these luxe wineries.

dandelion ♥

red ladybug on a white dandelion, Touch of Color/Photography this is an amazing board with beautiful hints of…

Sperm Whales

How could anyone harm such a magnificent, gentle creature of the sea? A pair of adult sperm whales flanks a young calf during a dive. Photo by National Wildlife Photo Contest entrant Clark Miller.

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Underwater Dubai hotel. There is a wall of glass in every room, looking into coral reefs and varying sea life.

Rooms with a spectacular sea view! Dubai unveils plan for world's largest underwater hotel

A Hotel Architecture Underwater Hotel called Water Discus Hotel in Dubai an underwater and above-water one, Water Discus Underwater Hotel

“Freddy Nock has just climbed Germany’s highest mountain by tightrope walking up it’s 1,000-meter-long cable car cable, which took an hour and 20 minutes.”

Swiss stuntman Freddy Nock climbed Germany's highest mountain by tightrope walking up it's cable car cable, which took an hour and 20 minutes.

Timeline Photos - Chris Burkard Photography

Major inspiration this Monday from Chris Burkard Photography!

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