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Hundred Islands National Park [05.18.14] @gercieshore @kingmhyke #pixoto
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Are we there yet? Hundred Is. National Park, Alaminos, Pangasinan [05.18.14] @gercieshore @kingmhyke  #pixoto
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The Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary in Corella

Want to see more? Be sure to visit The Philippine Tarsier Conservatory location page on Instagram!

The Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary in Corella, Bohol, is owned by the non-profit Philippine Tarsier Foundation, whose mission is to save the tarsiers. The Sanctuary gives visitors the opportunity to see these tiny tarsiers up close, learn more about the species and take photographs of them as they live freely inside a protected forest. All fees collected from visitors support conservation efforts.

Tarsiers, one of the smallest primates, have thrived in rainforests around the world for the past 45 million years; however, the tarsier population has drastically dwindled since the 1960s as a result of habitat loss, hunting, pesticides and human disturbance. Today, the Philippine tarsier exists only on a few islands in the Philippines, Indonesia and Borneo. Once a common sight on the Philippine island of Bohol, the tarsier is now on the endangered species list.
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The Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary in Corella

Want to see more? Be sure to visit The Philippine Tarsier Conservatory location page on Instagram!

The Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary in Corella, Bohol, is owned by the non-profit Philippine Tarsier Foundation, whose mission is to save the tarsiers. The Sanctuary gives visitors the opportunity to see these tiny tarsiers up close, learn more about the species and take photographs of them as they live freely inside a protected forest. All fees collected from visitors support conservation efforts.

Tarsiers, one of the smallest primates, have thrived in rainforests around the world for the past 45 million years; however, the tarsier population has drastically dwindled since the 1960s as a result of habitat loss, hunting, pesticides and human disturbance. Today, the Philippine tarsier exists only on a few islands in the Philippines, Indonesia and Borneo. Once a common sight on the Philippine island of Bohol, the tarsier is now on the endangered species list.
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The Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary in Corella

Want to see more? Be sure to visit The Philippine Tarsier Conservatory location page on Instagram!

The Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary in Corella, Bohol, is owned by the non-profit Philippine Tarsier Foundation, whose mission is to save the tarsiers. The Sanctuary gives visitors the opportunity to see these tiny tarsiers up close, learn more about the species and take photographs of them as they live freely inside a protected forest. All fees collected from visitors support conservation efforts.

Tarsiers, one of the smallest primates, have thrived in rainforests around the world for the past 45 million years; however, the tarsier population has drastically dwindled since the 1960s as a result of habitat loss, hunting, pesticides and human disturbance. Today, the Philippine tarsier exists only on a few islands in the Philippines, Indonesia and Borneo. Once a common sight on the Philippine island of Bohol, the tarsier is now on the endangered species list.
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Prague’s Astronomical Clock

The Prague Astronomical Clock, or Pražský Orloj, is a medieval clock mounted on the southern wall of Prague’s Old Town City Hall. Clockmaker Mikuláš of Kadaň and Jan Šindel manufactured the Orloj’s astronomical dial just over 600 years ago in 1410. Despite being the world’s oldest working astronomical clock, the Pražský Orloj still provides an overwhelming amount of information. 

This sophisticated clock’s dials, hands and markings display the times of sunrise and sunset, moonrise and moonset, the height of the sun at midday, the times of the solstices and equinoxes, how the Sun moves through the zodiac and how the Moon and the Sun move in the sky above them. It also tells the time—in three different ways! The Orloj is a beautiful and intricate representation of the human desire to understand and explore the heavens.

To see more photographs of this truly amazing clock, visit the Pražský Orloj | Astronomical Clock location page.
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Prague’s Astronomical Clock

The Prague Astronomical Clock, or Pražský Orloj, is a medieval clock mounted on the southern wall of Prague’s Old Town City Hall. Clockmaker Mikuláš of Kadaň and Jan Šindel manufactured the Orloj’s astronomical dial just over 600 years ago in 1410. Despite being the world’s oldest working astronomical clock, the Pražský Orloj still provides an overwhelming amount of information. 

This sophisticated clock’s dials, hands and markings display the times of sunrise and sunset, moonrise and moonset, the height of the sun at midday, the times of the solstices and equinoxes, how the Sun moves through the zodiac and how the Moon and the Sun move in the sky above them. It also tells the time—in three different ways! The Orloj is a beautiful and intricate representation of the human desire to understand and explore the heavens.

To see more photographs of this truly amazing clock, visit the Pražský Orloj | Astronomical Clock location page.
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Prague’s Astronomical Clock

The Prague Astronomical Clock, or Pražský Orloj, is a medieval clock mounted on the southern wall of Prague’s Old Town City Hall. Clockmaker Mikuláš of Kadaň and Jan Šindel manufactured the Orloj’s astronomical dial just over 600 years ago in 1410. Despite being the world’s oldest working astronomical clock, the Pražský Orloj still provides an overwhelming amount of information. 

This sophisticated clock’s dials, hands and markings display the times of sunrise and sunset, moonrise and moonset, the height of the sun at midday, the times of the solstices and equinoxes, how the Sun moves through the zodiac and how the Moon and the Sun move in the sky above them. It also tells the time—in three different ways! The Orloj is a beautiful and intricate representation of the human desire to understand and explore the heavens.

To see more photographs of this truly amazing clock, visit the Pražský Orloj | Astronomical Clock location page.
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Prague’s Astronomical Clock

The Prague Astronomical Clock, or Pražský Orloj, is a medieval clock mounted on the southern wall of Prague’s Old Town City Hall. Clockmaker Mikuláš of Kadaň and Jan Šindel manufactured the Orloj’s astronomical dial just over 600 years ago in 1410. Despite being the world’s oldest working astronomical clock, the Pražský Orloj still provides an overwhelming amount of information. 

This sophisticated clock’s dials, hands and markings display the times of sunrise and sunset, moonrise and moonset, the height of the sun at midday, the times of the solstices and equinoxes, how the Sun moves through the zodiac and how the Moon and the Sun move in the sky above them. It also tells the time—in three different ways! The Orloj is a beautiful and intricate representation of the human desire to understand and explore the heavens.

To see more photographs of this truly amazing clock, visit the Pražský Orloj | Astronomical Clock location page.
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Prague’s Astronomical Clock

The Prague Astronomical Clock, or Pražský Orloj, is a medieval clock mounted on the southern wall of Prague’s Old Town City Hall. Clockmaker Mikuláš of Kadaň and Jan Šindel manufactured the Orloj’s astronomical dial just over 600 years ago in 1410. Despite being the world’s oldest working astronomical clock, the Pražský Orloj still provides an overwhelming amount of information. 

This sophisticated clock’s dials, hands and markings display the times of sunrise and sunset, moonrise and moonset, the height of the sun at midday, the times of the solstices and equinoxes, how the Sun moves through the zodiac and how the Moon and the Sun move in the sky above them. It also tells the time—in three different ways! The Orloj is a beautiful and intricate representation of the human desire to understand and explore the heavens.

To see more photographs of this truly amazing clock, visit the Pražský Orloj | Astronomical Clock location page.
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Prague’s Astronomical Clock

The Prague Astronomical Clock, or Pražský Orloj, is a medieval clock mounted on the southern wall of Prague’s Old Town City Hall. Clockmaker Mikuláš of Kadaň and Jan Šindel manufactured the Orloj’s astronomical dial just over 600 years ago in 1410. Despite being the world’s oldest working astronomical clock, the Pražský Orloj still provides an overwhelming amount of information. 

This sophisticated clock’s dials, hands and markings display the times of sunrise and sunset, moonrise and moonset, the height of the sun at midday, the times of the solstices and equinoxes, how the Sun moves through the zodiac and how the Moon and the Sun move in the sky above them. It also tells the time—in three different ways! The Orloj is a beautiful and intricate representation of the human desire to understand and explore the heavens.

To see more photographs of this truly amazing clock, visit the Pražský Orloj | Astronomical Clock location page.
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No winter lasts forever; no spring skips it’s turn. - Hal Borland [Boracay, June 2012] (Taken with Instagram)
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London 2012 Opening Ceremony

The #OpeningCeremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games (@Olympics) is officially underway! Instagrammers are there capturing the experience. See some of their photos above and view more photos taken at the Olympic Stadium here.
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London 2012 Opening Ceremony

The #OpeningCeremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games (@Olympics) is officially underway! Instagrammers are there capturing the experience. See some of their photos above and view more photos taken at the Olympic Stadium here.
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London 2012 Opening Ceremony

The #OpeningCeremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games (@Olympics) is officially underway! Instagrammers are there capturing the experience. See some of their photos above and view more photos taken at the Olympic Stadium here.
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London 2012 Opening Ceremony

The #OpeningCeremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games (@Olympics) is officially underway! Instagrammers are there capturing the experience. See some of their photos above and view more photos taken at the Olympic Stadium here.
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London 2012 Opening Ceremony

The #OpeningCeremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games (@Olympics) is officially underway! Instagrammers are there capturing the experience. See some of their photos above and view more photos taken at the Olympic Stadium here.
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London 2012 Opening Ceremony

The #OpeningCeremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games (@Olympics) is officially underway! Instagrammers are there capturing the experience. See some of their photos above and view more photos taken at the Olympic Stadium here.
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London 2012 Opening Ceremony

The #OpeningCeremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games (@Olympics) is officially underway! Instagrammers are there capturing the experience. See some of their photos above and view more photos taken at the Olympic Stadium here.
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Calm. - White #Beach #Boracay Is., PH. June 2012 - [Anne_Blue_Wthin]  (Taken with Instagram)
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Sunset at Willy’s Rock, Boracay Is., Philippines (Taken with Instagram)
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Smile. (Taken with Instagram)
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Strike a pose. (Taken with Instagram)