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30 Images of Tasmania We Can’t Stop Looking At

All photos by Mia and Matt Glastonbury | Via Matador Network | Text by Michael Bonocore |

Part 1 - Part 2 here

Last year was the first time the Australian island of Tasmania cracked the 1 million visitors mark, and only 10% of those tourists were from international locations. Located 240 kilometers south of the mainland, Tasmania is home to just over 500,000 residents, and more than half of of them live in and around the capital city of Hobart. These photos by Mia and Matt Glastonbury show why the visitor numbers to Tasmania is growing every year

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Sheep In Tuscan Fields In Italy

| Photos by Marcin Sobas | Via BoredPandaFacebook |

This set is about sheep from Tuscan fields. These several pictures was taken during few trips to Italy, mainly on spring and summer. Herds of sheep are very popular in this area so I decided to make some pictures in good locations with them.

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Winter in Mongolia by Deera Venkatranam

Winters here are long and harsh, with temperatures here typically ranging from -20°C to – 45°C degrees. Most tourists flock here in summer to enjoy the comfortable temperatures and see the vast landscapes of wide open country and nomadic culture.

Mongolia’s winters are home to incredible landscapes for those who are prepared.

More info: | dheera.net | via Bored Panda |

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Stunning Dreamlike Cityscapes of Los Angeles by Anthony Samaniego

Los Angeles-based photographer Anthony Samaniego captures a combination of stunning, colorful cloudscapes and cityscapes of his home city. Titled “Dreamscapes,” Samaniego’s work showcases soft pastel colors with an ethereal touch of fluffy clouds over the Los Angeles skyline.

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30 Images of Tasmania We Can’t Stop Looking At

Part 2 - Part 1 here

All photos by Mia and Matt Glastonbury | Via Matador Network | Text by Michael Bonocore |

Last year was the first time the Australian island of Tasmania cracked the 1 million visitors mark, and only 10% of those tourists were from international locations. Located 240 kilometers south of the mainland, Tasmania is home to just over 500,000 residents, and more than half of of them live in and around the capital city of Hobart. These photos by Mia and Matt Glastonbury show why the visitor numbers to Tasmania is growing every year