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Glastonbury 2017

It was that Glastonbury time of year again this past weekend. Sunshine, rain, tents, people and loads of music. It's an experience to behold, but you'll have to wait until 2019 for the next edition.
In the meantime enjoy these photos and rock on.

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Sculptures In Sand

Creations from the Sand Sculpture Festival "Disney Sand Magic" in Ostend, Belgium.

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Urban farming in Brooklyn

"Entrepreneurial farmers" are selected by Square Roots, an indoor urban farming company, to grow kale, mini-head lettuce and other crops locally in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn

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Up close and personal at the Chelsea Flower Show

Nothing like some flowers to brighten up your day. If it needs to brighten up of course.

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Going underground: riding the Moscow metro

Moscow’s metro is one of the busiest and most visually stunning underground systems in the world. Created as a showcase for the Soviet Union, its elaborate, spacious stations are adorned with mosaics, marble statues and stained glass that tell the story of the communist state.

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Budapest’s abandoned Soviet military hospital

Time stands still in a former Soviet military hospital in Budapest that was abandoned when the last Russian troops left Hungary in 1991.

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The Sydney Vivid Light Festival

Visitors take in the Sydney Vivid Festival of light and sound.
It looks amazing.

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Iceberg Alley In Canada

The first icebergs of the season pass "Iceberg Alley" on the coast of Newfoundland, Canada.

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The 3D Chocolate Printer

The future is here for chocoholics. A 3D printer that runs on liquid chocolate. Just in time for Easter.

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Ultra Music Festival Miami 2017 in 101 Awesome Pictures!

The famous Ultra Music Festival was held again at the Bayfront Park in Miami a couple of weeks ago. If you are into dance music, this is the event you want to attend to. Normally good weather for this festival, but this edition there were some rainy days. But that doesn't stop the die hards to go eat, sleep, rave and repeat on the music brought to them from Hardwell, The prodigy, Carl Cox, Above & Beyond, Martin Garrix, Robin Schulz, Armin van Buuren, Axwell /\ Ingrosso, Steve Aoki, Afrojack, Underworld, Tiesto, Justice, Major Lazer, DJ Snake and many others! Not only a lot of Dutch DJ's, but also the one of the best Dutch party photographers was at work at Ultra Miami 2017. We are talking about Rutger Geerling. Again he did an awesome job taking pictures from a helicopter. Watching these pictures will make you go back asap to Ultra or putting it on your bucket list for 2018!

Our mandatory tip for today... Follow Rutger on his Facebook Page, Twitter or on Instagram.

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The coloured eggs of the Schloegl egg company

Easter is just around the corner and that means it's all about eggs, eggs and more eggs. Some will be actual eggs, but we all know most will be of the chocolate variety.
The Schloegl egg company in Drassmarkt, Austria deals in real eggs and for Easter they get coloured.

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The Catacombs of Paris by Photographer Luuc de Wilde

Luuc de Wilde is a 20-year-old Dutchman from Rotterdam who just loves to travel and make the most of his days. To the extreme.

He has traveled the world to visit abandoned hospitals, hotels, theme parks and bunkers. He has also visited Chernobyl. And he likes to climb on rooftops for a better view.

In March of 2016 Luuc wanted to try something else. He went underground. He traveled to Paris to visit the famous catacombs.

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