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This is a road trip across France over 3 days I did last year. I drove from Evian in the French Alps to Castets almost on the West Coast of France to house-sit for 2.5 months in a typical house lost in the middle of a pine forest.I love road trips! I never get bored on the road, I can just stare all day at the landscapes changing along the way. On this occasion I left the mountains, drove by ancient volcanoes, through agricultural lands and wineries to end in the Landes forest near the Atlantic ocean and its long and wild beaches. It was great to experience the different landscapes of my own country and it makes me want to visit more of it and get lost in the small roads in the countryside.
One of the creepiest and also the most interesting bits of human history is the abandonment of man made objects and places when nature takes over. This map illustrates 4 of my favorite abandoned theme parks in 4 different European countries.
Peachtree City was planned to be a community where golf carts would be a norm for transportation, from grocery shopping, to going to school, grabbing a bite to eat, and now driving to your local brewery. It is a unique community, usually referred to as "The Bubble" because it is just that - a unique bubble of a town. Illustrated spots include The Fred Amphitheater, Line Creek Brewing Co., Mule Rock, a sculpture at Line Creek Nature Trail, the many golf courses of PTC, a golf cart bridge, The Avenue shopping center, and Starr's Mill.
Taronga Zoo is an amazing place to explore and discover wildlife. I visited it last winter when I was on vacation in Sydney. Unfortunately, large fires happened at the same time. This piece is to commemorate the wild animals killed in the fire and hope that people do not despise the power of nature.
Aurangabad is an important city in the state of Maharashtra, India. The city is heading towards rapid industrial growth, but retains its past glory and charms, heritage and traditions. Conspicuously seen on the Deccan plateau, it has a rich culture and a plethora of magnificent arts on display. Aurangabad has a long association with the concept of heritage. Aurangabad has seen several dynasties and experienced the power of rulers of different religions, cultures and communities, each of which has left its mark on the city. Aurangabad is also known for its artistic silk fabrics, particularly shawls.