75 inspiring images of 2018.

An almighty assortment of landscape, urban, wildlife, space, ocean, and drone photography from all ends of the earth – for your viewing pleasure.

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I guess you guys love this flower. Right?🌸

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Traffic everyday 🚗🚙🚕

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Little Lama #Bhutan

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B/W ⚪️⚫️

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🛬 Touch down – Cape Town. Back home after a pretty intense but rewarding week filming around Tunisia and Kuwait. With the dam levels at 21.9% Cape Town is still heading towards the day zero mark as winter starts to approach. That orange patch in the photo used to be a dam full of water. “Cape Town is experiencing a severe water shortage due to insufficient rainfall and fast declining dam levels. The Western Cape region has gone without significant rains for more than three years, forcing the Mother City to slash residential water consumption by more than 60 percent. The city was granted a narrow escape when the dreaded "Day Zero" — the date when taps will run dry — was finally pushed back until next year after months of growing public panic. If Day Zero does arrive, individuals will be forced to queue at public standpipes to collect daily 25 liters.” Quote The times live.

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The entrance for god.

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Flamencos at beautiful Laguna Honda.

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Lazor beams. Or so. #iceland

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Unreal clouds from top of a mountain.

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Donuts in the snow. #iceland

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As much as I admire the explorers traveling to the ends of the Earth on large scale Expeditons. It’s the everyday man (or women) that truly explores & appreciates their own backyard that I admire most. Guys like Chris Dahl-Bredine @shotsfromabove who built an experimental aircraft in his garage in order to bring a new perspective to his life & creative vision. There isn’t much glamour in this type of exploration.. no sponsors footing the bill. Just hard work, cold mornings & sometimes a bit of duct tape. Part cowboy, part artist… chris’ work blends a blue collar work ethic that I have found really inspiring. So much so that I asked @renan_ozturk & @sonyalpha to help tell his story. . Video releasing next week. Stay tuned.

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Don't ask me why but today is Mt. Fuji day 🗻

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The Untouched Holy Mountain of Nepal 🏔 | Rising nearly 7000 metres into the clear blue sky above Nepal’s rugged Annapurna mountain range, Machapuchare (from Nepali माछापुच्छ्रे , meaning 'fishtail' | 6,993 m or 22,943 ft) is arguably the most untouched place on Earth. Believed to be one of the homes of the Hindu god Shiva, its isolated summit sits alone in the sky – unclimbable and untouched. Officially, Machapuchare has never been summited but as one of the last places on Earth where human beings had never set foot, naturally it was a target for Western mountaineers, particularly the British. Wilfrid Noyce, who came the closest anybody ever has to the summit on a 1957 expedition. The king of Nepal had asked Noyce to respect Hindu religious customs and not set foot on the summit. He and his climbing companion, A.D.M. Cox, turned back 150 feet short of the summit. This expedition produced the only climbing record of this mountain.

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The Sakura frame 🌸

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C-Beams glittering. #madeira

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💏🌅#hossegor #soortshossegor #sunset

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Pastel skies and sideway slides ⚡️ #surfvisuals

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