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Hanneke Van Camp Exploring the European Alps

Hanneke Van Camp, graduated as a biologist and has a passion for travel and nature photography. In July, She traveled to Germany, Austria and Slovenia and she was amazed by how stunning and varied those places were. The first week she spent in Tirol, Austria together with her boyfriend. They also explored parts of Bavaria and not disappointed! The next 15 days she travelled through Slovenia and as off now, Slovenia is one of her favorites in Europe. The European Alps are overwhelmingly beautiful and without a doubt a paradise…

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Your go-to business trip packing tips

Your go-to business trip packing tips by Eugene Feygin. Business trips can be stressful. No matter what the traveler’s career or the location, circumstances, or length of the trip, leaving home and traveling with coworkers derails your typical routine. But if you pack smart—and don’t forget business trip essentials—you can have an easier time at the airport, hotel, and everywhere in between. The following infographic includes a business-specific packing checklist plus packing hacks and tips, from bringing backup identification to easy wrinkle prevention and stain removal methods. With a little…

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A dentition of Architecture: Underwater Tunnel connecting Denmark and Sweden.

Øresund Bridge The concept of a bridge over the Øresund was first formally proposed in 1936 by a consortium of engineering firms who proposed a national motorway network for Denmark.[3][4] The idea was dropped during World War II, but picked up again thereafter and studied in significant detail in various Danish-Swedish government commissions through the 1950s and 60s.[3] However, disagreement existed regarding the placement and exact form of the link, with some arguing for a link at the narrowest point of the sound at Helsingør–Helsingborg, further north of Copenhagen, and…

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Sea Fireflies Lighting Up the Rocks On a Japanese Beach

This series of images was made using bio-luminescent shrimp as the blue light source. It was photographed in Okayama, Japan, which is home to these rare and beautiful creatures. Check out the gallery below and read on to find out how they were taken. The bio-luminescent shrimp are scientifically known as Vargula Hilgendorfii, but are more commonly referred to as sea fireflies and locally known as “umihotaru.” They are 3mm in length and live in the sand in shallow sea water, usually in the range between high and low tide.…

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Stunning photos by Konsta punkka wildlife photographer.

Konsta punkka is 21 years old nature photographer capturing emotions and moment in nature  Specialized to capture close encounter shots of wildlife. These are some of his stunning moments of animals. The budding wildlife photographer has proven himself wildly able of catching tender portraits at remarkably close quarters of squirrels, birds, foxes, and other woodland animals.    

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Family Poses Lovely Photos With A Real Bear

The last time we saw this 1,400-pound furry subject, he was posturing fashion models against cold fairytale-inspired surroundings. Now, Stepan the bear is back, courtesy of Russian photographer Olga Barantseva—but this time, he’s calmly playing with a family in the forest, as if they’re all part of the same pack. The series is part of an anti-hunting campaign, showing a surprising harmony between two disparate species. The shots are spellbinding and surreal, showing the soft, sweet side of an animal we tend to see as predatory. In fact, Stepan was…

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