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Pamukkale is a town in western Turkey known for the mineral-rich thermal waters flowing down white travertine terraces on a nearby hillside. It neighbors Hierapolis, an ancient Roman spa city founded around 190 B.C. What an amazing place!
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Pamukkale is a town in western Turkey known for the mineral-rich thermal waters flowing down white travertine terraces on a nearby hillside. It neighbors Hierapolis, an ancient Roman spa city founded around 190 B.C. What an amazing place!

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From his series “ Out West”, photo by @zakkoltun #zakkoltun

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Spot the snowy? Photography and social media have a very fickle relationship. I’ve long said that social media has killed the art of appreciation but I wonder if it’s also killing our ability to engage with anything other than overly processed, overly blended, overly dynamic and highly photoshopped work - not that there’s anything wrong with those images at all - but we all see the top dogs posting such work and we all know those images do better than others and so, as the like needle pumps our brains full of endorphins to those responses, I wonder if we’ve created scenarios where we discredit other strong images  that we create in favour of social media flavour? I’ve recently coined a saying that if something we’re stoked on bombs on social media, it probably means we’re doing something right. Something creative. Something different that pushes us. Even though it’s a bad feeling to have something you’re stoked on do poorly, it’s still important to shake it up. I love black and white photography yet I never post it here. That seems silly. So here’s a snowy owl in a tree. #blahblahblah #fuckhashtags
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Spot the snowy? Photography and social media have a very fickle relationship. I’ve long said that social media has killed the art of appreciation but I wonder if it’s also killing our ability to engage with anything other than overly processed, overly blended, overly dynamic and highly photoshopped work - not that there’s anything wrong with those images at all - but we all see the top dogs posting such work and we all know those images do better than others and so, as the like needle pumps our brains full of endorphins to those responses, I wonder if we’ve created scenarios where we discredit other strong images that we create in favour of social media flavour? I’ve recently coined a saying that if something we’re stoked on bombs on social media, it probably means we’re doing something right. Something creative. Something different that pushes us. Even though it’s a bad feeling to have something you’re stoked on do poorly, it’s still important to shake it up. I love black and white photography yet I never post it here. That seems silly. So here’s a snowy owl in a tree. #blahblahblah #fuckhashtags

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Video still from drone intercept yesterday in Key Largo of large and impressive #waterspout. Total duration about 5 minutes. Copyright Mike Theiss @ExtremeNature
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Video still from drone intercept yesterday in Key Largo of large and impressive #waterspout. Total duration about 5 minutes. Copyright Mike Theiss @ExtremeNature

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Where's your favourite spot for a wild camp? . . . I first got into wild camping about a decade ago - and I've been hooked ever since. This is my favourite place in the world for a wild camp. Low Fell in the Western Fells. Such stunning views. 😍

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Iniciamos um novo ano e uma nova década. Que venham novos desafios, novos projetos e muitas realizações! Sejam bem vindos os anos 20!

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Power of the beautiful backyard! This hike, and definitely this beach is one of my top pics for a sunny adventure in the most beautiful archipelago 😍
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Power of the beautiful backyard! This hike, and definitely this beach is one of my top pics for a sunny adventure in the most beautiful archipelago 😍

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Crystal clear 📸 unknown

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