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Sands of Time — Diary of an Aesthete

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Writer and Photographer James Dee Clayton travels across Morocco, into the lives of its many and varied people, deep into the tallest dunes of the Sahara Desert.

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Amazingly beautifully Colorful Scenes Captured on a Voyage Around the World — Sig Nordal, Jr.

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Mt. Fuji, Japan. British travel photographer Jordan Hammond may only be in his early twenties, but he’s already well on his way toward leaving his mark in the industry. His gorgeous photographs spark an immediate wanderlust in viewers, as they follow along on his journey around the world. With a special emphasis on Asia, his bright, […]

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Ascending the Andes — the thirdeyeworld

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“After climbing a great hill, one only finds that there are many more hills to climb”. – Nelson Mandela This photo was captured in November 2014 ascending a peak in the Condoriri Valley of Bolivia. After many many months of neglecting this blog, I decided to start it up again in honor of the WordPress […]

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Food for the Thoughtless — Discover

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If you sent David Sedaris to culinary school, you might end up with someone a bit like Michael Procopio — a writer with a keen eye for the foibles of humanity, a knack for blending humor and pathos, and a killer recipe for pork chops and applesauce.

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Where Food and History Meet: Michael W. Twitty’s Culinary Journey at Afroculinaria — Discover

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Culinary historian Michael W. Twitty, who blogs at Afroculinaria, talks about exploring his identity through food and his forthcoming book, The Cooking Gene.

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