Nature calls - are you listening ?

Music by Brian Doerksen

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1. Thanos 3 years ago

Some parts of our planet untouched by man sure are astonishingly beautiful - My favorites are especially the mountain views and the waterfalls. I have always loved these kind of videos and hoped one day I might be able to see some of it with my own eyes.

PS: Baby polar bears are super cute! ^^

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2. armageddon 3 years ago

Just beautyful! :O

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3. gidman 3 years ago

one word! "priceless"

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4. c0mmanderKeen 3 years ago

Music is too cheesy for me, yet fitting. Very pretty shots. I need to save for a long trip...

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5. asdfas 3 years ago

The music's absolute rubbish :D

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6. ughlah 3 years ago

#4 google for a RTW (Round the world) ticket, for example from star alliance and set your starting/ending location to ICN (South Korea) (the whole trip gets around 40% cheaper than a starting location in europe). With the miles you gather during the trip you easily gather the miles for your return flight from Korea.

I'm planing a trip from namibia to tanzania at the moment...

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7. denniscav 3 years ago

Science has indeed, taken a "small step for mankind", but, has a longer step yet to come to replace mankind's need for understanding all that nature has to offer.