Namibia, on Africa’s southwest coast, is a large country with a harsh landscape. The towering and constantly shifting dunes of the Namib Desert, shown here in this aerial photo by Julian Walter, run right to the Atlantic Ocean and can reach up to a thousand feet high. [2048 x 1536]

Namibia, on Africa’s southwest coast, is a large country with a harsh landscape. The towering and constantly shifting dunes of the Namib Desert, shown here in this aerial photo by Julian Walter, run right to the Atlantic Ocean and can reach up to a thousand feet high. [2048 x 1536]

After a long trek we finally reached Gergeti Trinity Church placed 2170 meters (7120 feet) high in the majestic Caucasus Mountains! Once we got up to the top we were greeted by a friendly dog who lives up there!

After a long trek we finally reached Gergeti Trinity Church placed 2170 meters (7120 feet) high in the majestic Caucasus Mountains! Once we got up to the top we were greeted by a friendly dog who lives up there!

My 68 Cutlass S. Clone of a W-31. Except, 455, Edelbrock aluminum heads, high rise intake, 780 Holly, MSD Billet, box, 525 cam, complete Hotchkiss, lowered, 3.73s, 5 speed Tremec, twin spals, aluminum radiator, perfect by perfect.

My 68 Cutlass S. Clone of a W-31. Except, 455, Edelbrock aluminum heads, high rise intake, 780 Holly, MSD Billet, box, 525 cam, complete Hotchkiss, lowered, 3.73s, 5 speed Tremec, twin spals, aluminum radiator, perfect by perfect.

Split, Croatia. This is me. I was chilling on the marine and saw some kids jumping from here. Automatically I approach them, they were 13 years old. Still, with no knowledge of English, we understood each other and I followed them. Seemed too high for me but shit, they were 13, I couldn’t step down

Split, Croatia. This is me. I was chilling on the marine and saw some kids jumping from here. Automatically I approach them, they were 13 years old. Still, with no knowledge of English, we understood each other and I followed them. Seemed too high for me but shit, they were 13, I couldn’t step down