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1. A beautiful waterfall in the north of Iceland, at Goðafoss

From @long.explorer

2. Moments like these, beautiful sunset

From @ianshivephoto

3. A moment of quietness, serenity and right balance in the countryside

From @doeeme

4. Family is family, Dolphins are incredibly intelligent, social, wide-ranging and deep-diving marine mammals who love to play.

They live in complex social groups called pods, often made up of family members.

From @VickiSmith

5. Octopus at Tavolara Island, off the northeast coast of Sardinia, Italy

From @matthewunderwater

6. Morning drives through the North Cascades

From @jguzmannn

7. This is your sign to take a breath, relax, and let life guide you

From @ianshivephoto

8. Aerial view of New Mexico landscape, beautiful sunrise

From @chrisroams

9. Look back at it, The leopard is the most elusive and secretive of the large felids.

Meet Luluka, a leopard in Masai Mara, Kenya perched in early morning light in September.

From Vicki Jauron, Babylon and Beyond Photography

10. Feel the rush, Located in northern Iceland, Aldeyjarfoss is a breathtaking waterfall set against basalt columns.

While the stream of most waterfalls has been compared to the look of bridal veils, this one resembles the train of a bridal gown.

From ARoxo

11. Intimate moment with Craig, one of the last 24 super tuskers on earth

From @pie_aerts

12. One of the first places I added to my bucket list was here, at Germany

I remember hearing how much effort it took to reach it, and how it’s not close to any major German city. So if you’re going, you’re committed to long hours in the car Which goes to show if you set your mind to something and work hard for it- you can accomplish anything. And now I’m lucky enough to say I’ve come and gone 3 times in a few year's time. Set a goal, go after it

From @chrisroams

13. This temple complex is located in the Nakhon Ratchasima province, around an hour North

of the city by the same name. Although all the buildings have their own charm, the highlight of this location is the elephant shaped mosaic shrine called Thep Witthayakhom.

The shrine sits on an artificial island on a lake with a Naga serpent guarded bridge leading you to the entrance. Once inside you can admire all the artwork adorning each level before enjoying the panoramic views from the outdoor area at the very top. In the basement is a large neon lit area with various coloured sculptures

From @40ltravels

14. Sending you a virtual hug, Baby kangaroos are referred to as joeys, like all other marsupial babies.

From Jami Tarris

15. The beauty’s in the little moments, at Mt Hood, Oregon, USA

From @SimonKR

16. We finally left Bali after 18 months on the island! First stop Croatia

I was pretty apprehensive to travel after spending so long in one place, but being in Croatia was an absolute joy and I felt so safe the entire trip. Thank you for having us

From @sophiapope

17. All about those colourful coastlines, at Sellicks Beach

From @imlukemackenzie

18. A journey of giraffe moving in a rhythmic, undulating and graceful fashion across the lush green rolling hills of Chyulu, Kenya

From @pie_aerts

19. Welcome to the north of France

Never thought I would be happy to go shooting in these super windy, overcast conditions. But I have to admit, the Côte d'Opale is pretty impressive

From @johan_drone_adventures

20. The glass rafting at Star Tide Camp, long water ride nestled in the bamboo forest in Anji County, Zhejiang Province

The fully transparent high-altitude glass water slide boasts a drop of more than 120 meters, and a with a maximum ground clearance of more than 20 meters

From @khanjipeerwala

21. Gotta love those Amsterdam views, Netherlands

From @arden_nl

22. Built for royalty, The Dunnottar Castle is a ruined medieval fortress located upon a rocky headland on the northeastern coast of Scotland.

It's known to be a romantic, evocative, and historically significant place of affairs, with many secrets held within its walls

From @SilviaOtte

23. The best things come in threes

The presence of Sunda tigers is an important indicator of the Sumatran forest's health and biodiversity. The island of Sumatra is the only place where tigers, rhinos, orangutans, and elephants live together in the wild

From Schafer and Hill

24. Brienzer Rothorn Ridge Trail is something else

From @megafry

25. A beary strong start to the week

The salmon fishing season for brown bears is currently in full swing. During the salmon run, bears will consume upwards of 40 fish a day (about 100 lbs) as they prepare themselves for the long winter months ahead.

From @davesandford

26. Breakfast done right in Lofoten

From @veronicaeh

27. An eternal sunset in the Ancient Bristlecone Pines Forest

Bristlecone pine trees can reach an age of over 5,000 years old. Their long lifespan can be attributed to the harsh conditions of the desert.

From @markian.b

28. Take it all in, feel the fresh vibes air

From @ianshivephoto

29. One of the most rewarding hikes in Norway, at Preikestolen

We hiked to Preikestolen with barely 2 hours of sleep. We were so excited - we landed late night, camped outside in the parking lot and we started our hike at 2:30 am to catch the sunrise !! No crowds and the entire place to ourselves.. Was a great start to our trip with magical morning lit skies and the clouds rolling. Have you hiked the Preikestolen

From @strangersabroad

30. Adorable baby octopus, sadly found floating on plastic in the ocean

From @chiaraphoto

31. The greyhounds of the sea

Fin whales are the fastest baleen whales, capable of reaching speeds of 23 mph! One of the coolest features of fin whales is their asymmetrical jaw coloring which you can see from this aerial perspective: dark on the left and white on the right.

From @markgirardeau

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