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A landscape and wildlife tour of Australia, Fiji, and New Zealand

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"Dark Star: H.R. Giger's World" was a pretty good documentary on him, I enjoyed it. My favorite thing I learned bout him was the tiny train he used to ride in a miniature nightmarish theme park he had in his back yard.

And you just improved my day considerably since I’m now imagining Giger (with a black conductor’s hat on, of course) rolling around on a tiny train. :D Thanks. You know, I’ve had that doc suggested to me before…I think. Yeah, I believe I have. I also think I say that I don’t know anything about him and would probably enjoy learning more pretty often (every few months or so). I guess I should bump it up on my endless list of stuff to explore, hm? I appreciate the rec very much. Have a nice weekend.

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Spiegelberge

  1. Die Gletscherlagune Jökulsárlón an der Südküste Islands. An Ende der Lagune hat man einen schönen Blick auf den Berg Fellsfjall. 
  2. Drei Berge spiegeln sich im Wasser der Jökulsá í Lóni von rechts nach links gesehen: Hvammsheiði, Þorgeirsstaðatindur, Skálatindur. Hier auf der #1 Fahrtrichtung von Stafafell nach Höfn im Südosten Islands.

Mirror mountains

  1. The Jökulsárlón glacial lagoon at the south coast of Iceland. At the end of the lagoon there is a beautiful view of the mountain Fellsfjall.
  2. Three mountains are mirrored in the water of Jökulsá í Lóni, seen from right to left: Hvammsheiði, Þorgeirsstaðatindur, Skálatindur. Here on the #1, travel direction of Stafafell to Höfn in the East of Iceland. 

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“Pirates of the Caribbean” Tim Delaney

Long before Shanghai Disneyland’s incredible Treasure Cove area debuted in 2016, the original arrival of Pirates in China was to be in a planned “Pirates Cove” at Hong Kong Disneyland. The headliner attraction, of course, would have been a modern take on the classic Pirates of the Caribbean ride. Shown here in a concept by Tim Delaney, the flume ride would’ve featured a massive splashdown from the fiery peak of a skull-encrusted mountain into a shipwreck lagoon. This project, originally envisioned as Part Four of the expansion plan that included Mystic Point, Grizzly Gulch and Toy Story Land, was shelved and later expanded upon for Shanghai.

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Dawn’s Soft Glow by Lizzy Gadd
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A glimpse into the nomadic life of the photographer Alex Strohl during an adventure in Alaska.