Medicine Man. Zimbabwe.
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Shona witchdoctor in Zimbabwe
love this for african witch doctor costume and it's shona from zim!
African Shamanism: Ndembu Shamanism
:Shona witch doctor (Zimbabwe)
Witch doctor of the Shona people close to Great Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe. by Hans Hillewaert
Haunting bridge in Zimbabwe, by Victoria Falls...
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Haunting bridge in Zimbabwe, by Victoria Falls. BelAfrique your personal travel planner - www.BelAfrique.com
Nice View of bridge.
Bridge near Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.
Would you swim on the edge of Victoria Falls?
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This is the "devil's swimming pool" on the edge of Victoria falls. Special current conditions and a natural rock wall keep you from falling over. Yes, I'm scared of heights, but how cool!
This is the Devil's Pool on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe at Victoria Falls. It is pretty much in my top 5 of places I WILL go soon.
Bucket List!!!!! Devil's Pool at Victoria Falls (or Mosi-oa-Tunya). In the fall, when the river is at its lowest and slowest, a natural rock retaining wall allows swimmers to safely jump into the pool, float to the edge, and look over the falls without being swept down. #zambia
Devils Pool, Victoria Falls, South Africa. This pool sits atop the magnificent Victoria Falls in South Africa, and gives you the eerie feeling that you are going to swim off the edge of one of the largest waterfalls in the world. Swimmers can look over the side as thousands of gallons of water from the Zambezi River plummet down into the gorge beneath them. The pool is thankfully completely safe though with a rock wall that prevents any swimmers from being pulled over the edge.
Victoria Falls... drink it in!
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On all our tours and workshops I encourage our guests to also shoot verticals, not only horizontals. Magazines for instance, are all based on verticals, so if you ever want your picture to grace the cover or to be published on a full page, you'll need to shoot verticals as well. A little while back I got an email from British Airways, asking whether I had a vertical version of my famous picture The Edge, of an elephant at Victoria Falls. And as a matter of fact I did, I just never processed it. When I started processing the image, I wondered why I hadn't done it earlier - the vertical version seems to make more sense because you can actually see the height of the falls and you can see all the water falling down. Anyway, British Airways published the shot and I was happy they had given me a good reason to dive into my image library again. Here's the background story that I wrote for the horizontal version: - It's hard enough to make original pictures, but with some subjects it simply borders the impossible. When I was at Victoria Falls last year, I thought about the billions of photographs that must have been taken there, and I almost decided to just visit the place without my camera. That was until I spoke with some of the local people, who told me that they had seen a bull elephant crossing the Zambezi river the day before. During my research I had not seen any images of the falls with an elephant in it, so I decided to stay a few extra days and try my luck. The course of the Zambezi is dotted with numerous tree-covered islands, which increase in number as the river approaches the falls. As the dry season takes effect, the islets on the crest become wider and more numerous, and with the water level of the Zambezi dropping, once submerged walkways and fresh foraging possibilities present themselves. This elephant was apparently aware of this. On the third day I left very early with a small boat to reach my location. On my way to the edge I suddenly saw the lone bull wading through shallow parts of the river, but it was far away and light levels were low, so I decided to continue to the falls. I took some sunrise shots and half an hour later I saw the elephant approaching the falls. I quickly collected my gear and moved carefully towards the edge where the water plummeted into a 360ft chasm - not particularly nice when you're afraid of heights... I set everything up in order to include as much as possible of the falls and made a composition. Luckily the elephant was aware of my preference to shoot into the light, so his position couldn't be better. After I took the shots, I knew I had just witnessed and captured something very special. Later that day local people confirmed this by telling me that they had never seen an elephant so close to the edge of the falls before - exactly what I wanted to hear! This image was featured as a double page spread in National Geographic, and won First Prize in the European Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards. - If you would like to join me on our next photo tour in Zambia and learn everything about wildlife photography, please check out my website for more information and tour impression video clips: Squiver Photo Tours & Workshops Hope to see you there! Marsel ©2013 Marsel van Oosten, All Rights Reserved. This image is not available for use on websites, blogs or other media without the explicit written permission of the photographer.
Brave Elephant (Victoria Falls) -Photo By: Marsel Van Oosten
A lone elephant captured visiting the edge of Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River by nature photographer Marsel van Oosten.
The Edge, of an elephant at Victoria Falls, Zambia and Zimbabwe: 500px / Photo "Brave Elephant" by Marsel van Oosten
Drink it in: Marble Cathedral, Patagonia, Chile
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Marble Cathedral - a natural wonder that could be the world's most beautiful cave network. An azure temple created by nature, the walls of this network of water-filled marble caverns show just how magnificent the precious geography of our planet can be. Visitors to the water-sculpted blue caverns see light reflected off the turquoise waters of South America's second largest freshwater lake, General Carrera in Patagonia, Chile.
Marble Cathedral, Patagonia, Chile #Beautiful #Places #Photography Bucket list want to visit beautiful, inspiring places
How lovely would it be to swim in the crystal clear water cave of Marble Cathedral, Patagonia, #Chile #travel #ocean #water #clear #swim
Would you live close to the blue?
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Let's go to Yemen, to the tallest tower, and fling open the shutters. Let's let the sun shine in.
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Dar Al Hajar - the Rock Palace, in Wady Hajar, a few kilometers from Sanaa
Dar al-Hajar, a mansion built in the 1930's as a summer retreat to Imam Yahya near Sana'a, Yemen.
The Amazing Dar al-Hajar (Rock Palace), Yemen - not every earth sheltered house is a classic underground design
Wadi Dhar rock palace - Yemen......THIS PLACE HAD NO ELEVATORS, YOU HAD TO CLIMB TIL YOU WERE BLUE IN THE FACE......DID LOSE SOME WEIGHT, SO THAT WAS GOOD.....OH! WE LIVED ON THE TOP FLOOR........ccp
Dar al-Hajar, the Rock Palace | Sana'a, Yemen (West Asia)
Dar al-Hajar, Yemen - in the village of Suq al-Wadi, stands a famous rock palace. It is a classic example of Yemeni architecture and was built in 1786 by Imam Mansour Ali Bin Mahdi Abbas; in the 1930s Imam Yahya Hamid Al Din extended it as a summer residence.
Could the world be an enormous bowl of pho? Perhaps in Vietnam...
Kitchens Window, Enorm Bowls
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La Gran Sabana, Canaima National Park, Venezuela.
Seven Spectacular Bus Routes Through South America #travel
Five Local Secrets for the Best Experiences in Australia’s Red Center
This is Vatican City, where even the light seems to have substance.
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The main doors with light streaming in can be seen at the end of the nave. The enormous space dwarfs the people who are walking across the s...
Basilica di san pietro
St Peter Basilica light streams
Visiting St. Peter's Basilica, An Insider's Guide To Rome's Most Famous Church
Cows in Vanuatu, dwarfed by palm trees.
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Efate round trip, 26 Nov. 2006 - Commercial agriculture, North Efate | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Commercial agriculture, North Efate ◆Vanuatu - Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vanuatu #Vanuatu
Layers upon layers; small humans.
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Kalta Minor Minaret - Khiva Uzbekistan. Unfinished minaret, begun in 1851 by Mohammed Amin Khan, who according to legend wanted to build a minaret so high he could see all the way to Bukhara, but the Khan dropped dead in 1855 and it was never completed.” [text via lonely planet]
Towers & arches into the blue.
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The Registan was the heart of the ancient city of Samarkand of the Timurid dynasty, now in Uzbekistan. The three madrasahs of the Registan are: the Ulugh Beg Madrasah (1417–1420), the Tilya-Kori Madrasah (1646–1660) and the Sher-Dor Madrasah (1619–1636). Madrasah is an Arabic term meaning school.
Registan Square, Samarkand, Uzbekistan
About the Food of Uzbekistan
Let's nibble salad on the sand dunes of Uruguay.
If I climb, will you follow? Rapunzel's Tower, Wales.
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Rapunzel’s Tower, Wales - for a fairy tale freak like me, this would be amazing to visit!
Rapunzel’s Tower, Wales... Dream house backyard playhouse
Rapunzel’s Tower, Wales.... ♥ (Scenery. Architectural. Exterior. I didn't see the caption before deciding to include this image, but the first thing I thought of was Rapunzel's Tower from "Into the Woods" by Stephen Sondheim.)
Rapunzel’s Tower, Wales. Can I get this attached to my house? Heck, just give me a castle!
Let's guzzle water, cold as this glacier.
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** Tracy Arm fjord Sawyer Glacier
Let's share a cup of tea on this dune, with sugar & sunshine.
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Best National Parks For Kids - Cape Cod National Park
Cape Cod Bay, Massachusetts.
Summertime in New England ☀
Cape Cod Beach Sunset
Cape Cod National Seashore... one of my favorite places in the world.
Let's share coffee under inky sky, with lights as pure as cream.
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nyc at night | Google Chrome Themes - New York City At Night Theme
Complete this thought: "An apple a day..."
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The sun-dappled plains of the Columbia River basin are home to some of the world’s most bountiful orchards; the rich volcanic soil has long helped make Washington state the nation’s second-largest producer of fruit.
Entomologist Brad Higbee (left) explains the benefits of areawide insect pest suppression to Jerry Wattman, manager of this apple orchard near West Parker Heights, Washington. Photo by Scott Bauer. From the Agricultural Research Service.
Red apple benefits - The health benefits of Red apples.
Let's sip tea at the edge of this bridge & ponder our reflections.
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Pulteney Bridge, a bridge that crosses the River Avon, in Bath, England, connecting the city with the new town of Bathwick. It is one of only four bridges in the world with shops across the full span on both sides. The much-photographed bridge and the weir below it are close to the centre of the city which is a World Heritage Site largely because of its Georgian architecture. Also, the city gets its name from the famous Roman baths which are in the town.
Pulteney Bridge, Bath, England, United Kingdom.
Pulteney Bridge, Bath, UK
Bath, England. The bridge you see is called Pulteney bridge. It has stores inside the bridge. In the entire world, there are only two bridges like that( with stores inside)!
Pulteney Bridge, Bath, England, UK
Been! very in love with this beautiful place. The beautiful City of Bath. England
The United Arab Emirates, where the world is an "island"...
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Dubai is constructing 3 man-made islands , all in the shape of palm trees, that mainly contain household buildings and wonderful beach cottages, each having a personal beach!
Photo taken by the crew of the International Space Station shows The World Islands on top right. The Palm island, another artificial archipelago, is also visible on the bottom left. Dubai
"The tunnel of love" in Ukraine.
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Тунель любви. The Tunnel of Love is an amusement railway located near Klevan, Ukraine. It is a railway surrounded by green arches and is three kilometers in length. It is known for being a favorite place for couples to take walks
Tunnel of Love in Klevan, Ukraine This railway engulfed in a tunnel of leaves is a Pinterest favorite and a Ukrainian hot spot for lovers. Although it’s undoubtedly romantic, there is an active train that travels through the tunnel three times a day to deliver wood to a factory. Just beware of the train before snapping engagement photos! 27 Surreal Places To Visit Before You Die
The Tunnel of Love, Ukraine Not far from the Ukrainian regional center Rivne there is a town known as Klevan. The main attraction of it is one of the most romantic places in the world called “The Tunnel of Love”. During the warm months of the year the trees planted next to each other form a fairy green tunnel along one kilometer long section of the railway.
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Train tree tunnel in Kleven, Ukraine
Giant trees surround this old train tunnel located in Kleven, Ukraine. The magical-looking place is nicknamed “The Tunnel Of Love” by locals because it is a popular spot for couples to visit. Image Credit : www.amazingplacesonearth.com
Tunnel of Love in Kleven, Ukraine. reminds me of the secret garden
Does travel affect how you see your mama's cooking? Join the conversation as we learn about the food of Uganda.
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Dancers at Buhoma Batwa in Uganda.
Batwa pygmies dancing
About the Food of Uganda | Global Table Adventure (Photo Credit: Batwa dancers at Buhoma in Uganda. Photo by Graham Racher.)
This week I'm cooking Tuvalu. Find out what Prince Williams & the Duchess ate during their stay & watch them...dance!
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Tuvalu! Tuvalu formerly known as the Ellice Islands, is a Polynesian island nation located in the Pacific Ocean, midway between Hawaii and Australia. It comprises four reef islands and five true atolls spread out from 6° to 10° south. Its nearest neighbours are Kiribati, Nauru, Samoa and Fiji. Its population of 10,472 makes it the third-least populous sovereign state in the world, with only Vatican City and Nauru having fewer inhabitants.
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About the Food of Tuvalu | Global Table Adventure (Photo Credit: A beach at Funafuti atoll, Tuvalu, on a sunny day. Photo by Stefan Lins.)
This week we're exploring Turkmenistan, where many have come face to face with the "gates of hell"... Learn more: globaltableadvent...