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Canada: the conductor for the drunken nights

For: Miquel Silvestre (text and photos)
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The circumnavigation of the globe on two wheels has been done many times and many more will. As experience is of the most intense I know, but as literary enterprise is seen as something, maybe even too. Currently we run the risk of tiring trivialized and reaches saturation to force travelers embark on the road with the sole purpose of having their experiences in social networks to become famous or have followers.
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Towards the Grand Canyon

For: Miquel Silvestre (text and photos)
Hacia el Gran Cañón del Colorado
(...) A Mexican told me that the teacher hit them when they spoke Spanish. Almost on the border with Mexico, Columbus appears, a tiny village that had its moment of fame when Pancho Villa made in 1916 one of their raids. The raid would bring death.
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Namibia: Kolmanns- coup, the ghost town of diamonds

For: Javier Brandoli (text and photos)
Namibia: Kolmanns- kuppe, la ciudad fantasma de los diamantes
City, in the desert, is now a ghostly landscape. The once luxurious homes look like dunes go through doors and windows. The richness of the period in which flourished diamonds has given way to oblivion. There was installed the first x-ray machine in Africa, there was a casino, had air conditioning ...
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Torres del Paine: alone with the Patagonia

For: Ricardo Coarasa (text and photos)
Torres del Paine: a solas con la Patagonia
Se lo dijo Jorge Luis Borges a Paul Theroux, from writer to writer, before he put an Southbound South American continent, who had crossed from end to end: "In Patagonia there is nothing. Not the Sahara, but it is the closest you can find in Argentina. Not, in Patagonia there is nothing ".
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The game of billiards and the Great Fish River Canyon
For: Javier Brandoli (text and photos)

La partida de billar y el Gran Fish River Canyon
It was not easy to leave South Africa, Police were playing ball, border risks, and wanted me to pay a fine because I had expired visa. "Call your boss, 'I said, but that makes it clear that I have permission to 15 de septiembre ". The guy must have thought I was going to put heavy and it was easier estamparme the seal and I lost in the desert of Namibia. We leave.
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Exposure - Todo está en el Mundo · José Luis Feliu · Dimitris Bountolos

  • Aurora boreal del lago Inari (Finland)
  • Gulag del lago Baikal (Siberia)
    Gulag del lago Baikal (Siberia)
  • Desierto del Gobi (Mongolia)
    Gobi Desert (Mongolia)
  • Península de Kamchatka (Rusia)
    De Kamchatka Peninsula (Russia)
  • Pequeña isla de Diomedes (Estrecho de Bering)
    Pequeña isla de Diomedes (Bering Strait)
  • Glaciar Mendenhall (Alaska)
    Glaciar Mendenhall (Alaska)
  • Monument Valley (Estados Unidos)
    Monument Valley (U.S.)
  • Ruinas mayas de Tulum (México)
    Ruinas mayas de Tulum (Mexico)
  • Machu Picchu (Perú)
    Machu Picchu (Peru)
  • Salar de Uyuni (Bolivia)
    Salar de Uyuni (Bolivia)
  • Villa de las Estrellas (Antártida)
    Villa de las Estrellas (Antarctica)
  • Poblado himba (Namibia)
    Himba village (Namibia)
  • Río Luangwa (Zambia)
    Río Luangwa (Zambia)
  • Lago Malawi (Malawi)
    Lago Malawi (Malawi)
  • Pirámides de Meroe (Sudán)
    Pirámides de Meroe (Sudan)

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