Faces of the Globe
Destinations:
Abu Dhabi | Afghanistan
Africa | Argentina
Antarctica | Australia
Austria | Bali
Bermuda | Bolivia
Borneo | Brazil
Bulgaria | Cambodia
Canada | Chile
China | Colombia
Costa Rica | Croatia
Cuba | Denmark
England | Equador
Egypt | Fiji | Finland
France | Germany
Greece | Greenland
Haiti | Hungary
Iceland | India | Ireland
Iran | Italy | Jamaica
Japan | Jordan| Korea
Lifestyle | Madagascar
Maldives | Mexico
Mongolia | Morocco
Myanmar | Nepal
New Zealand | Norway
Pakistan | Panama
Paraguay | Peru
Philippines | Poland
Portugal | Puerto Rico
Republic Dominican
Romania | Russia
Saudi Arabia | Scotland
Singapore | South Africa
Spain | Sri Lanka
Sweden | Switzerland
Tahiti | Tanzania
Thailand | Tibet
Turkey | Uraguay
USA | Venezuela
Vietnam | Yemen
buddhabrot:

Mursi warrior | Omo Valley, Ethiopia
gasoline-station:

Thanks USSR
A picture taken on May 3, 2014, (released June 12), shows people visiting “The Gateway to Hell,” a huge burning gas crater in the heart of Turkmenistan’s Karakum desert. The fiery pit was the result of a simple miscalculation by Soviet scientists in 1971 after their boring equipment suddenly drilled through into an underground cavern and a deep sinkhole formed. Fearing that the crater would emit poisonous gases, the scientists took the decision to set it alight, thinking that the gas would burn out quickly and this would cause the flames to go out. But the flames have not gone out in more than 40 years.
Picture: Igor Sasin/AFP/Getty Images
Source: The Atlantic In Picture
im-baroque:

The coloured sands at Rainbow Beach, Australia. You can’t get here without a 4wd. 
childsaints:

A villager collects seeds from Giant Water Lilies in the Deepor Beel Bird Sanctuary in Guwahati city, northeast India.
earthmoonlotus:

anjuliettemendiola1101:

THE SLEEPING GODDESSLocated on Woodland Walk, in the Lost Gardens of Heligan, is an amazing sculpture of a sleeping goddess entitled ‘Mud Maid’. The incredible larger-than-life sculpture even has grass and moss growing atop it.Heligan was a sprawling thousand-acre estate in the UK (Pentewan, St. Austell, Cornwall to be exact), and was originally bought by the Tremaynes in the 16th century. After decades of neglect in the 1900s it became decayed and overgrown until an ambitious restoration project in 1996 brought the gardens back to life. They are now one of the most popular botanical gardens in the UK.The restoration, which was the subject of a six part Channel 4 television series in 1996, proved to be an outstanding success, not only revitalising the gardens but also the local economy around Heligan by providing employment. The gardens are now leased by a company owned by their restorers, who continue to cultivate them and operate them as a visitor attraction.

I’ve seen photos of this, but never knew where it was. It’s a beautiful sculpture
im-baroque:

Found this ‘History of Music’ in the library at work - printed in London in 1861. It’s not in great condition but it still feels like I’ve found treasure ♫

beaux-arts-club:

UM 🎻🎶

im-baroque:

Found this ‘History of Music’ in the library at work - printed in London in 1861. It’s not in great condition but it still feels like I’ve found treasure ♫
beaux-arts-club:

The sculpture gallery at Chatsworth House. 
Country manor of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire in Derbyshire, England. 
Chatsworth House Art Collections
Photo credit. Edited by me. 
beaux-arts-club:

Hotel de Chimay, built nearly 300 years ago, hosted Ralph Lauren's celebration of its new patronage of the Beaux-Arts in Paris.
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