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
im-baroque:

April 19, Brisbane
He was so charming up close and personal!! 
foxear:

Azim Haydaryan: Morrocco
geddion:

a—fri—ca:

Senegal by João Moura  
raysofthesun:

La Jolla, California~
somewheretraveled:

The British Museum
im-baroque:

Cambridges!
fohk:

the netherlands are renowned connoisseurs of the tulip world, amongst other things of course, and belgian photographer bruxelles5 has captured the polychromatic beauty of the vast tulip fields that bloom every year between march and may. annually in spring, the dutch countryside morphs into a sea of color, these particular images taken in the former municipality of anna paulowna in north holland from a small prop plane.the images corroborate the sheer magnificence of nature through photography.
im-baroque:

Neuschwanstein Castle - a dramatic Romanesque fortress of King Ludwig II of Bavaria.
Though Bavaria was absorbed into the German Empire, the young King remained on the Bavarian throne, after which he ignored political affairs in favour of extravagant artistic and architectural pursuits.  He commissioned the construction of Neuschwanstein Castle (among others), and was a devoted patron of the composer Richard Wagner. The walls of Neuschwanstein are decorated with frescoes depicting scenes from the legends used in Wagner’s operas, including Tannhäuser, Tristan und Isolde, Lohengrin, Parsifal, and the somewhat less than mystic Meistersinger.
 This has always been my favourite castle. Studying it’s history is reminiscent of reading a fairytale. It also resonates well whilst studying art history and music!
im-baroque:

Veuve Clicquot x Spyder, ‘Oasis’ Pop-Up Champagne Bar atop Aspen Mountain
im-baroque:

Veuve Clicquot x Spyder, ‘Oasis’ Pop-Up Champagne Bar atop Aspen Mountain
sleepy
theme