- 1 / 1110. Wild LandscapesWe followed photographer @ana__cuba to Tolar Grande, a small village in northwestern Argentina. “Around 150 people live in Tolar Grande, so it feels completely desolate. The surrounding landscape—like the Cordon Sagrado del Macom pictured here—is surreal. I feel like I can’t take any credit for this photograph, because it’s really easy to take beautiful pictures when nature flaunts itself so overwhelmingly.”
Go Solo: A Guide to Argentina and ChilePhoto by @ana__cuba
- 2 / 119. Rare FindVicuñas (cousins of the alpaca and llama) aren’t rare in the salt flats surrounding Tolar Grande. But according to @ana__cuba, “It is rare (or hard, at least) to actually spot them, as they blend in perfectly with the landscape’s pastel colors!”
The world’s wildlife is waiting with these awesome animal adventures.Photo by @ana__cuba
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- 8 / 113. Golden Gate GetawayFun fact: The steel used to build the Golden Gate Bridge was delivered to the construction team coated in a burnt red primer to protect it from corrosive elements. The bridge’s architect, Irving Morrow, liked the way the primer’s vivid hue complemented the surrounding scenery, so he decided to paint the structure with the "International Orange” color for which it’s famous today.
Plan Your Trip: San FranciscoPhoto by @derek_j
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- 10 / 111. Awestruck in AustriaHallstatt—a historic village in Austria’s Lake District—is a popular destination for both adventurous and relaxation-oriented travelers. Tourists can enjoy the area’s many hiking routes, explore its surrounding caves, or simply sit back and soak up the scenery.
Plan Your Trip: Two Weeks in AustriaPhoto by @snowflakesfairy
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