Kyle Huber (@asenseofhuber)

Surrounded by lush green trees and white silica sands, this perched lake is located in the middle of Fraser Island and makes for the perfect swimming destination. Created entirely from rain, this natural wonder’s water is so clear and pure that very few species can live in it. ✨

Patrycja Podgòrski (@ppodski)

There she was, looking into a new world she didn’t quite know but wanted to understand.

There are only a few places on this earth where you can go out and not see garbage. Our oceans are being polluted with more marine debris which come in all shapes and sizes ranging from Q-tips to fishing nets to plastic, glass, rubber, metal so much more. This garbage enters our waters in many ways such as littering, dumping, natural disasters (Hurricanes, floods, etc...). The largest landfill has formed in the Pacific Ocean known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. It is believed to be bigger than TEXAS! The trash, free floating in a concentrated area, gets often mistaken as food and leads to many deaths of sea turtles, ocean creatures including birds.

Please be mindful when buying products and their effects on our environment, as well as properly discarding your trash. Buy less plastic. Bring your own reusable bags when shopping. Don't use plastic lids on your coffee or straws in your drinks. This is our home and we need to protect it.

#Altantis #bahamas
#ourplanetdaily #BahamasAtHeart


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Jared (@jared_mcdonald_)

From way back in the day, sometime in 2015. My first long exposure.

Conar Fair (@conarfair)

my three favourite things in one photo 👧🏻🐶🏔️

Katie M (

Magical desert nights are best spent under the stars, climbing on rocks.