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15 TOP Google  Photographs for April 22, cover photo by Christopher Michel: https://plus.google.com/113190229460560085138/posts/cnCNQMPfMGz

15 TOP Google Photographs for April 22, cover photo by Christopher Michel: https://plus.google.com/113190229460560085138/posts/cnCNQMPfMGz

Looking for you next adventure? Look no further than Chile! 30 Trips to Take This Year: Outside Best of Travel 2015 | Travel Awards | OutsideOnline.com

The 30 Best Trips of 2015

Looking for you next adventure? Look no further than Chile! 30 Trips to Take This Year: Outside Best of Travel 2015 | Travel Awards | OutsideOnline.com

Not just any bridge, "A Bridge in Paris" is exactly as it sounds, a trampoline-based structure that lets you hop over the water.   AHH

Not just any bridge, "A Bridge in Paris" is exactly as it sounds, a trampoline-based structure that lets you hop over the water. AHH

Sunrise at Angkor Wat, a Buddhist temple in Cambodia that is also the largest religious monument in the world. #travel #wanderlust #bucketlist

Sunrise at Angkor Wat, a Buddhist temple in Cambodia that is also the largest religious monument in the world. #travel #wanderlust #bucketlist

The Cliffs Preserve Patagonia Chile, an eco-luxury spa retreat and private preserve. THIS WOULD BE A DREAM TO STAY HERE

Cauliflower Flatbread with Pesto

The Cliffs Preserve Patagonia Chile, an eco-luxury spa retreat and private preserve. THIS WOULD BE A DREAM TO STAY HERE

Lonely River in Iceland I wonder sometimes if I project my own emotions onto the landscape around me.  I’m really not all that dramatic, but sometimes this does seem to be the case, especially in Iceland.  Since I spend so much time there alone, I end up thinking that parts of the environs seem kind of lonely too.  And I think there is probably a lot of truth in it because I hardly ever see any other humans, so everything is very lonely!- Trey RatcliffClick here to read the rest of this post…

Lonely River in Iceland I wonder sometimes if I project my own emotions onto the landscape around me. I’m really not all that dramatic, but sometimes this does seem to be the case, especially in Iceland. Since I spend so much time there alone, I end up thinking that parts of the environs seem kind of lonely too. And I think there is probably a lot of truth in it because I hardly ever see any other humans, so everything is very lonely!- Trey RatcliffClick here to read the rest of this post…

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