Time for Sunday brunch with coffee and cake?! 😋🍰☕️
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Architecture of Norway. These small houses named Rorbuer have been adapted to meet Norwegian climatic conditions, including: harsh winters, high winds and, in coastal areas, salt spray. They even carry mountains. by @eventyr 🌏 #folkgreen
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Snow turned Tallinn into a true fairy tail. Its easy to daydream here, easy to believe in magic, easy to forget time and responsibilities as well as gain few pounds eating great Estonian food. I love this place. #tallinn#estonia
Everything about the Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias was amazing. This photo is of a portion that is by no means special to tourists, but I couldn’t help but love the patterns, angles, and curves of these insanely cool structures.
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I don’t often like posing for photos, it feels awkward. But I needed a photo in front of this massive architectural beauty. With a handful of shots and quite a bit of my awkwardly realigning myself with the building, I think it turned out pretty cool.
According to the UK weather forecast news ‘London and south-east England could be colder than the North Pole this weekend’ 🧐 Indeed, London does feel icy cold now ❄️ But on the other hand, it also feels like spring 😍 Look at this beautiful blossoming tree, that I stumbled upon yesterday 🌸🍃 Spring is just around the corner! Keep warm everyone 🙌🏻
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📷: @davieg8 "This was taken at Tunnel View from my first visit to Yosemite National Park last August which was a dream come true to me. It's by far one of the most beautiful sceneries I've ever seen. I was there with 2 Sony cameras, a7R II & a6000 with a wide angle lens attached to one and a telephoto to the other to make sure not to waste any time changing lenses so and not to miss any moment.." | a6000 | Sony 55-210mm @ 55mm | f/8 | 1/1250 | ISO 500 |
The vastly beautiful Berg Lake captured by @thismattexists 👏🏽👏🏽 "The best camera is the one you have with you, which is why I chose the light weight, compact Sony a6000 for this long trek." | a6000| Zeiss 16-70mm | f/4 | 1/200th | ISO 200 |