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The dining room of a converted loft in Portland..

Foxy Converted Loft Brings a Bit of Tribeca to Portland

Amazing retro industrial residence recently designed by Emerick Architects situated on the SE Division Street, in Portland, Oregon. Visit Emerick Architects</p>

Vue aérienne de maisons détruites à Khanigaun (Népal), depuis un hélicoptère indien. Une multitude de maisons, de bâtiments et de temples de la capitale ont été détruits durant le séisme, entraînant plus de 7000 morts et davantage de personnes coincées sous les décombres, tandis que les secours d’urgence tentent de dégager les débris et de trouver des survivants. David Ramos / Getty Images

Les 33 photos les plus fortes de la semaine

As another week passes, let’s take a moment to look back at the images that have moved us. Here are the most joyous, sorrowful, and impactful photos from this past week.

More popularly known as Skeleton Lake or Mystery Lake, the spine-chilling attraction of this lake is the 600 odd human skeletons that were discovered here.  These date back to the 9th CE and are clearly visible at the bottom of the shallow lake when the snow melts. The locals believe that this entourage had earned the fury of the local deity, Latu, who sent a terrible hailstorm their way, which eventually killed them. #boutindia #travel #Roopkund #lake #trek #roopkundlake #himalayas #Tour

More popularly known as Skeleton Lake or Mystery Lake, the spine-chilling attraction of this lake is the 600 odd human skeletons that were discovered here. These date back to the 9th CE and are clearly visible at the bottom of the shallow lake when the snow melts. The locals believe that this entourage had earned the fury of the local deity, Latu, who sent a terrible hailstorm their way, which eventually killed them. #boutindia #travel #Roopkund #lake #trek #roopkundlake #himalayas #Tour

casa da gata

casa da gata

1482 | Elmina Castle "Door of No Return" --The infamous portal through which Slaves boarded the ships. By the 18th century, 30,000 slaves on their way to the Americas passed through Elmina (located on the western coast of present day Ghana) each year. Captured slaves were brought to the outpost -- once there, the slaves would wait, often for a long period of time, until a ship arrived. They were traded for cowrie shells, iron bars, guns, basins, mirrors, knives, linens, silk, and beads.

Elmina Castle DOOR of NO RETURN, the infamous portal through which slaves boarded the ships.

Infinita beleza...

Infinita beleza...

Campfire Safety tips

Campfire Safety Tips to Minimize Dangers - The Visual Yatra

Om Namo Shivai

That calmness.one feels once he enters Shiva's place of worship is beyond words.

Kathleen Lake and mountains, Kluane National Park and Reserve of Canada, Yukon, by Yves Marcoux

Kathleen Lake ~ Kluane National Park and Reserve of Canada, Yukon - We camped here many years ago. WIld and quiet

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