Cave-digging Artist Finds Inspiration Underground:: For the past 25 years, Ra Paulette has been carving out man-made caves from sandstone hills in New Mexico, then sculpting these spaces into works of art he calls "wilderness shrines".
This postcard from 1912 depicts the The Old Spite House, the home of the Graves brothers, two fisherman from Marblehead, Massachusetts, that supposedly lived in different sections of the home because they refused to sell the house to the other.
End of the World This photo, taken at the ‘end of the world’ swing in Banos, Ecuador, captures a man on the swing overlooking an erupting Mt Tungurahua. Photograph and caption: Sean Hacker Teper / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest
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