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visitheworld:

Morning fog at the basilica, Mariazell / Austria (by The Mariazeller).

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How it’s the little things that make a city feel like home instead of a concrete jungle

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Playing TRON & Tetris on a skyscraper

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designed-for-life:

There is something beautiful about the mixture of eras in a space. The ceiling rose and detailing are to die for!

designed-for-life:

There is something beautiful about the mixture of eras in a space. The ceiling rose and detailing are to die for!

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playboydreamz:

mythicalogical:

LifeStraw is a water filter which removes 99.9999% of waterborne bacteria and 99.9% of parasites and filters a up to 264 gallons of water. Time Magazine gave Lifestraw the “Best Invention of the Year” award in 2005.LifeStraw water filters are designed for people living in developing nations and for distribution in humanitarian crisis. It was distributed in the 2010 Haiti earthquake, 2010 Pakistan floods, and 2011 Thailand floods. In the Mutomo District in Kenya which has suffered from long term drought, the Kenya Red Cross supplied filters to 3,750 school children and 6,750 households.The LifeStraw is a plastic tube 310 mm long and 30 mm in diameter. Water that is drawn up through the straw first passes through hollow fibers that filter water particles down, using only physical filtration methods and no chemicals. The entire process is powered by suction!LifeStraw Available here: http://tinyurl.com/Get-LifeStraw-Now

http://www.buylifestraw.com/

playboydreamz:

mythicalogical:

LifeStraw is a water filter which removes 99.9999% of waterborne bacteria and 99.9% of parasites and filters a up to 264 gallons of water. Time Magazine gave Lifestraw the “Best Invention of the Year” award in 2005.

LifeStraw water filters are designed for people living in developing nations and for distribution in humanitarian crisis. It was distributed in the 2010 Haiti earthquake, 2010 Pakistan floods, and 2011 Thailand floods. In the Mutomo District in Kenya which has suffered from long term drought, the Kenya Red Cross supplied filters to 3,750 school children and 6,750 households.

The LifeStraw is a plastic tube 310 mm long and 30 mm in diameter. Water that is drawn up through the straw first passes through hollow fibers that filter water particles down, using only physical filtration methods and no chemicals. The entire process is powered by suction!
LifeStraw Available here: http://tinyurl.com/Get-LifeStraw-Now

http://www.buylifestraw.com/
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soundbitecity:

A Place to Sit After a Long Walk

Barcelona and Las Ramblas are world renowned for walkability and pedestrian activities.  And sometimes, after all of that walking, you need a place to sit.

Here, people take a break on the edge of a fountain at Plaça Reial (Royal Plaza) - a beautiful plaza that is tucked away from the large mass of people moving down the central Rambla.

Photo taken August, 2013.

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pernette:

Straight Lines - VIII

Paris, France - July 2013

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hanny-wijaya:

just me n the sky #architecture #building #modern #blue #sky #docklands #london

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