You'll find Mano del Desierto, or "Hand of the Desert," in the Atacama Desert of Chile. This 36 foot sculpture protrudes seemingly out of nowhere among miles of otherwise monotonous sand. Created by Chilean artist Mario Irarrazabal, it is said to represent human vulnerability. 📸: @allicarone
This is Nicolás. Just because he doesn’t have a roof doesn’t mean he doesn’t have a home. The community has taken him in, given him a caller with a name and treated him like the good boy he is. Cone of shame and everything
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All that glitters is not gold, but this temple is indeed very golden and very ✨glittery ✨
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Reppin’ my fave South Bay ramen shop in NZ 😂🍜🇳🇿 I think this was my favorite hike (Mt. Iron Track) from the trip. Hooker Valley Track was a close second but it took almost twice as long. I like short hikes 🙃 This was 1.5 hours round trip which still seemed long to me but I was assured by several people in NZ that this is about as good as it gets 😂 Almost equivalent to the amount of time it takes to get in and out of Ramen Nagi! #wanakanz#nzsouthisland#newzealandhikes
A new city every few days is great. But have you ever spent a month somewhere? 3 months? A year? Have you taken the time to find all the shortcuts? Find the hole in the wall places that make you feel like a local? Walk down the streets and smile at the faces you start to recognize?
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Pelas ruas do litoral paulista 🌟 Ontem teve festa de Natal na orla daqui e hoje teve festa do futebol contra o Flamengo 🌟 Parabéns #santistas !!
Entrance gate to one of the pavillions of the main monastery in Ava, former capital of Myanmar. This magnificently carved teak building, the private school for the royal family's children, was built in 1835, just 4 years before a series of earthquakes levelled most of the city and led it to be deserted by most of the surviving population. Now, only scattered ruins and a few mysteriously surviving buildings remain. *