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The Twelve Apostles in Australia

Want to see more? Head on over to The Twelve Apostles’ location page, as well as the #12apostles hashtag.

The 12 Apostles are a collection of rugged limestone rock stacks that rise up from the Southern Ocean on Victoria, Australia’s coastline. They were created by continual erosion of the coastal cliffs caused by the harsh weather conditions of the Southern Ocean.

Over millions of years, they have transformed from caves in the cliffs into arches that eventually collapsed to become nine 45 meter rock stacks. Today, there are only eight stacks remaining due to further erosion from waves that continue to threaten their existence. If given the chance, head to Australia to see these beautiful sleeping giants before they are gone!

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The Twelve Apostles in Australia

Want to see more? Head on over to The Twelve Apostles’ location page, as well as the #12apostles hashtag.

The 12 Apostles are a collection of rugged limestone rock stacks that rise up from the Southern Ocean on Victoria, Australia’s coastline. They were created by continual erosion of the coastal cliffs caused by the harsh weather conditions of the Southern Ocean.

Over millions of years, they have transformed from caves in the cliffs into arches that eventually collapsed to become nine 45 meter rock stacks. Today, there are only eight stacks remaining due to further erosion from waves that continue to threaten their existence. If given the chance, head to Australia to see these beautiful sleeping giants before they are gone!

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Want to see more photos? Browse photos taken at Cloud Gate.

Cloud Gate

In the center of Chicago’s Millennium Park lies Cloud Gate, perhaps the most photogenic bean in the world. The reflective steel sculpture was built between 2004 and 2006 and is made of 168 stainless steel plates that were welded together leaving no visible seams. Anish Kapoor, the artist behind Cloud Gate, is said to have been inspired by liquid mercury.

No trip to Chicago is complete with out a photo op at “The Bean.” Go ahead and put your paws right on the sculpture — Cloud Gate gets wiped down twice a day so it’ll never lose its shine.

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Photographer Dina Goldstein’s series “Fallen Princesses“ has actually been around since 2009 but I had never posted the photographs as a complete set before. The project looks at Disney fairy tale princesses and their harshly realistic modern day lifestyles. Seems not everybody lives happily ever after. This project has won several awards, been published internationally in magazines, analyzed by experts in the field of Fairytale literature and studied in High schools and Universities.

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