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ELSEWHERE  The Place Between Arrival and Departure. #outofoffice | hello@elsewherestudio.co

You are enough. via @andyoulifestyle #twentynineteen

Soft curves 〰️@nobuhotelmiamibeach.

📍Lamu Island, Kenya by @sandylamu

Bouchra Ezzahraoui, co-founder of cult-favorite fine jewelry brand @auratenewyork, makes entrepreneurship look effortless – even on vacation. View her escapist essentials for Cairo and the Red Sea. —
elsw.re/escapist-essentials-egypt-AUrate

The faster we go, the less we tend to see. Allow your mind and soul to rest at @riad42marrakech. (via @thesecretsouk)

“One belongs to the whole world, not just one part of it.” — Paul Bowles

#outofoffice stories from Udaipur, Rajasthan via @horrry

Book Club 📚 | The Best American Travel Writing 2016, curated by Bill Bryson.

📍Atrani, Italy | Bookmarking this one to our “Bucket List” collection.

The Sama-Bajau, or “sea gypsies”, of Southeast Asia live almost their entire lives out at sea. Traditionally, they live in floating houseboats or Sama-style stilt houses and make a living by fishing. Their aquatic lifestyle has made them exceptionally skilled free divers, able to spend between five and fifteen minutes underwater in a single breath! They live in isolation, intentionally. Most are illiterate, and though they do know the concept of time, they do not know their own age. Sadly, the changing ocean conditions, government relocation, over-tourism and modern technology all pose threats to their secluded life in paradise. (📷 Jonathan Collins | @easternsuns )

📍Lençóis Maranhenses, Maranhão, Brazil.
An impermeable layer of rock beneath the vast white sand dunes in Lençóis Maranhenses prevents winter rainfall from percolating down through the sand. Subsequently, the rainwater collects in the valleys to form hundreds of magical turquoise lagoons.

“I'm interested in the edges of the world, not the centre." — Sibylle Bergemann. 〰️
Though best known for her documentary work chronicling East Germany during its Communist era, Sibylle’s interest in portraying deeper social context and natural subjects is visible across all genres of her work. This photo of a woman is from her Senegal series. (Thank you @majesticorder for discovering!)

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