High heel slackliner Faith Dickey carefully negotiates a thin wire high above a stunning landscape during the Womens Highline Meeting in the Czech Republic. Faith, from Austin in Texas, USA, was joined by adrenaline junkies Basia Sobanska 27 and Ela Ostrowska, 26, who wore their own accessories. (Faith Dickey / Caters)

International POW: 30Dec – 5Jan

Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover. — Mark Twain.

Happy New Year

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International POW 22-28 April

A lot has been happening this week around the world, as the search for the missing Malaysian airplane still continues, another disaster has also struck the pacific, searchers and divers are now also looking for bodies believed to be trapped in the sunken Sewol ferry.

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It's wall-to-wall people Saturday at a water park in Suining, in China's Sichuan province, which has been in the grip of a heatwave along with several other provinces. Temperatures were forecast to top 106 degrees on Tuesday.(AFP/GETTY IMAGES)

International POW 30 July – 5 august

I have been always seeing photos coming from Asian places having crowded swimming pools, but it was a good thing that i remembered that issue to go search for an image to see if it was a real thing or not, but eventually it was true!, as you will see in the first photo, too many people, with very few centimeters to share, but are they having fun?

From another side of planet earth, I’m also sharing with you images related to Ramadan and Islamic rituals from Palestine and Saudi Arabia along with other photos of course 🙂

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International POW 23 – 29 July

After everything that is happening in Brazil, I think the best thing that they are having now, is the pope’s visit to the region, spreading blessings, and hopelly love and guidance to Brazil’s leaders and politicians.

Of course world events this week can’t be separated from the royal baby birth, finally 🙂

From the bad side of this week, the worst maybe is in between Egypt’s clashes and Spain train crash.

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