Badlands National Park, USA.  
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hypocider:

Oh my, I thought I had lost the high quality of this photo forever. I posted some cruddy JPEGs of this before, but nothing with a higher definition. I was cleaning my room and found an old, old broken camera 2001-model with photographs of my first major climb I did in 2011. I was supposed to do a 22 mile climb to Thousand Island Lake in a day, but I barely made it halfway and became so exhausted and had to turn around at Summit Lakes (here), and was so sore I could not walk for a week. I was so inexperienced, I had shoes with holes in them and two water bottles with me. I learned the hard way for sure.
I was so enchanted by how gorgeous it was, I trained and trained every single weekend on the mountains for half a year then came back and made it with daylight to spare. This place will always hold a special place in my heart as the climb that opened my eyes to all the treasures hidden deep in the wilderness and a testament to what adamant will can do.
Budapest, Hungary
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Budapest, Hungary
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Tepoztlan, Morelos. Mexico
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London, England 
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daylight savings time messing up my queue

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Waiheke Island, Auckland, New Zealand.
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Alicante, Spain
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Singapore Island
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It’s more fun in the Philippines :)
Coron, Palawan, Philippines 
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musts:

Long and Winding by Cameron Booth
Opaque  by  andbamnan