Ellora Caves outside Aurangabad, India. A monolith of carved-out temples.
/r/travelPath to Fairy Pools in Scotland being lit by rogue ray of sunlight. 14 JUN 2019.
/r/travelAn hour before sunset Shwe Inn Dein Pagoda, Burma (Phone Pic)
/r/travelTop of Kotor fortress is Montenegro
/r/travelI feel like this shot I took in Brussels, Belgium, perfectly sums up the city: warm and colourful even when the temperature is a freezing 0°C in late January
/r/travelGrand Place, Brussels, Belgium
/r/travelViews From Uluwatu Temple in Bali
/r/travelCarmo Archaeological Museum in Lisbon and the cathedral with no roof
/r/travelTook a trip to the equator in Ecuador at Mital Del Mundo. Officially it’s not the actual equatorial line, the French got it wrong in the 17th century. The real line is 250 meters away from here. But, still an awesome place! This is only a thirty minute trip from Quito, the capital of Ecuador.
/r/travelPicture from outside the Neuschwanstein Castle!
/r/travelPučišća, small town on the island of Brač in Croatia. Visiting my cousins for the first time.
/r/travelViews from Monastero in Ischia, Italy.
/r/travelHelicopter view of Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe!
/r/travelFranschhoek Pass, Western Cape. One of my favorite drives.
/r/travelWaxenstein Wettersteingebirge - Grainau / Garmisch Partenkirchen / Bavaria / Germany [OC] [2488x3264]
/r/travelThe most beautiful place on earth - Palawan, Philippines
/r/travelMy view from this past weekend of Moraine Lake in Banff National Park
/r/travelCrater Lake earlier today
/r/travelSnapped this picture of one of Wat Arun's stupa yesterday.
/r/travelIstanbul is one of the most beautiful places I've ever been to for sure. The history, the architecture, the sea, the people, the food...
/r/travelThe Armenian church Khor Virap sits nearly in the shadow of Mount Ararat and is built over a pit that, stories say, contained Saint Gregory the Illuminator for 13 years in the Fourth Century
/r/travelCalella de Parafrugel on the Costa Brava, Spain
/r/travelTaras Shevchenko University in Kyiv, Ukraine, is the country's 3rd oldest university. It was built between 1837–1843.
/r/travelBerczy Park in Downtown Toronto has a dog fountain
/r/travelIt’s been raining for some days in Amsterdam but when the sky finally lets up the sunsets are just spectacular.
/r/travelThe Amphitheatre in El Jem. It’s one of the largest ampitheatres of the roman empire, built in the 3rd century. Who could have guessed that one of the most well preserved Roman buildings would be hidden in the middle of Tunisia?
/r/travelRemember the movie Perfume: The Story of a Murderer? The movie was filmed in the adorable village of Grasse in France. Walking those streets was so much fun and the whole village was all about perfumes!
/r/travelWalking along the mountain ridges in Annapurna, Nepal was the greatest graduation gift I could've ever asked for.
/r/travelSwords valley between Goreme and Cavusin, Cappadocia, Turkey
/r/travelA decent view from my hotel balcony in Lermoos.