Shit you see in your everyday life are most welcome but anything goes.
love these kinds of threads
where did you take this pics, amici?
I took this photo in october last year while waiting for the bus at Kalmar central station. It's a train named "Nils Dacke"
From wikipedia: "Nils Dacke was a Swedish yeoman who was the leader of a mid 16th-century peasant revolt in Småland, southern Sweden, called the Dacke War (Swedish: Dackefejden), fought against the Swedish king Gustav I Vasa. It was the most widespread and serious civil war in Swedish history and almost toppled the king."
Such is life in Småland i guess :^)
It's Rimini provence pal.
She's choking on your friends' cocks as we speak
Also a photo i took in october. It's the main street of Gdansk. The funny thing it's nearly free to take the ferry to Gdansk from Karlskrona, i think i paid 300 sek for it all.
Took a pic of the shrine near my home when it snowed.
Almost 2years ago already.
some man fishing at the Danube in Budapest
Around Gradara (Gradara castle on top)
having been there, I'd say there's a lot in common between the two cities, but one of the main differences (in terms of cityscape) is that the Danube is a whole lot wider than the Seine (I took this pic when I visited Paris two years ago)
Posted these on /pol/ earlier. Taken at a rally on Stone Mountain.
It doesn't look this nice now, but during summer and spribg the park is really nice. Also alien cockroach space ship in the background from Men in Black.
I took this picture a few months ago. Anyone know what type it is? I live in San Diego, California if that helps with identification.
Budapest again, the building on the right played the NASA headquarters in The Martina (google Bálna Budapest)
Who wants to come to the local bar with me? It's totally safe, trust me.
Here, I cropped it so it's right side up.
Pic unrelated but also in GA
the Royal Palace on Castle Hill in Budapest, shot from a dinner cruise
Where was your picture taken? Looks like Nepal.
Here's one from Bali, but I did take this one myself
yeah, it's a volcano caldera at 2000m (~6000 burgermeters)
felt pretty star warsy
Bryce Canyon National Park
I'll dump a few other National parks from Utah. Will answer questions or possibly take requests if you guys have any
I need to move to Utah one day. Photos from road trip.
Wow, hivemind. My favorite was Goblin Valley State Park, I think that they didn't make it a national park because there would be too many tourists damaging the formations.
When we got there, the flags were at half mast because a recruiting office had been shot up in a terrorist attack in Tennessee. The state governor a few days later said it was an act of terror and ordered all flags to be flown at half mast, and shortly after that Obama did the same thing so he didn't look insensitive.
Arches National Park
I just remembered I put all this stuff in an album, if you want to see more from American Southwest parks, here's ~40 some pictures.
Utah is literally the most beautiful state in the country. It's vast desolation and ancient landscapes are unique to the world.
Plus, everyone I met out there was incredibly helpful and polite.
I personally liked Capitol Reef National park the most. Really underrated park that offers a lot of good hiking.
yeah, it's beautiful, thanks anon
Feels good knowing exactly where that is in relation to all the other arches. One thing got me, though.
>see sign on side of road
>"Trail to Caves."
>cool, let's check it out
Were they trolling us?
I think it was part of that three-way section in the middle-ish area of the park?
Pic here is Canyonlands National Park
On the topic of Utah, here's something interesting. This is actually the largest living organism on the planet (largest visible, the largest one I think is a fungus bed in Washington iirc). It's a clonal root system of trees, so these are all connected by the root. It was a drive past our hotel in a nature preserve, found a few fossils and some selenite in a road cut on the way there. Too cool, rockhounding was awesome.
hah, at first I didn't understand the question.
Nope, I'm standing on the ground. Not on a "cliff" either, 200 feet away from my car in the parking lot, at Grand View point (the big 1 on the map) http://www.nationalparked.com/US/Canyonlands/images/maps/canyonlands_trail_01L.jpg
Pic related is from Canyonlands National park, further north.
That's my goal in life, to move to Utah. Salt Lake City looks so comfy.
Took this one in Mcleodganj. Pro Tibetan and anti-china posters and graffiti were all over the town.
I didn't actually make it up to Salt Lake City, the only part of the state I was in was the Southern region.
Big is from Zion National Park. Notice the red roads.
More info? I thought that was mostly confined to Dharamsalah?
>you will never see the Chushi Gangdruk make a comeback
Feels bad man.
I remember that road. Unfortunately i couldn't do the hike around there, perfect rolling sandstone hills, I only got to leave the car and walk a short ways (didn't want to waste time on a crunch.) Some really cool iron oxide concretions, the ones that look like UFOs you could find lying around in places.
>post a thread about my trip to Easter Island on 4chan
>computer crashes, lose all photos
>come back asking if anyone happened to save them
>some absolute madman points me in the direction of the archive
You guys saved my ass, I love this forum.
Actually I think I lost it, can't find the archive any more. Saved the photos to a backup disc though. If you have the money just go, they speak English mostly and it's so small you don't need a tour, just cash for a cab.
>I thought that was mostly confined to Dharamsalah?
Mcleodganj is a suburb in Dharamsala.
I didn't really get the time to explore Mcleodganj as I was just passing through the town. But I did play Futsal with a bunch of Tibetan monks/students in their monastery. A pretty chill town but a little bit too touristy for my liking.
Post more dissident stuff and propaganda? Did you see any groups which looked violent, like militias? All I've ever seen reported on the area is peaceful Buddhist monks, but I have heard the militia still has offices.
>Post more dissident stuff and propaganda
That was the only propaganda related pic I had in my phone. My brother has more in his camera.
>Did you see any groups which looked violent, like militias? All I've ever seen reported on the area is peaceful Buddhist monks, but I have heard the militia still has offices.
Didn't see anything or anyone particularly violent looking. Though there were a couple of small offices of different Tibetan organizations like the Tibetan Youth Foundation or something and a few others.
It's a hindu (read: watered down hindu mixed with local beliefs) temple
As >>53466735 said, we sure had a lot of beautiful towns, however public services affairism with realestate companies in the 70s, and especially in the 80s where the countryside towns are concerned, led to excessive sprawling of suburban tier concrete houses and buildings all around historical towns and touristic villages.
No one follows haussmanian or classical urban designs anymore to make matters worse, meaning while Paris greatly expanded geographicaly over the past 30 years, the population growth was minimal in comparison to the space occupied, which is now a disgusting suburbian tier mess.
The same goes for smaller cities like Orléans
Pic is orléans in the XIXth century
>WB license plates
Are you Delhi Belly? How was Kolkata?
>I didn't even know MyBar has a terrace
I think the MyBar Lounge in CP does.
I only got a smart phone with a decent-ish camera this past year.
And this is orléans today (sorry about the image size). You can see the old part on the bottom right side corner. The rest as you can see is basically endless rows of small relatively identical concrete houses.
That sucks, man. Usually countries have programs where they can set aside certain areas as culturally important. I know in Savannah there's a lot of places that development can't really happen without strict approval and proof that construction will keep the spirit of the city.
>yo dawg, I heard you liek icecream
Yeah, I knew it was probably gonna taste bad, but it's a gimmicky thing and a friend managed to procure a few of them. The chipotle bread was ok though.
Have this one from last week, it's not too big. I live in Paris, this was from the Pont de La Tournelle
I'll post pics of my travels in Europe
First, this beautiful Lithuanian church
Concordo alla grande. Ma se non fosse per I riminesi e negrume vario sarebbe bellissima.
(Son di Cattolica)
Well we used to have that, but the regulations were discontinued in the 1970s. They were reinstated in the 1990s but it was too late. To make matters worse, officials are often bribed into giving out building authorizations, and everyone keeps quiet because after all, it creates jobs and housing. Sure, in the long run people will find their cities to be soulless and an infrastructural nightmare, but who cares about the long run or aesthetics anymore?
To make matters worse, architects and promoters can twist " the spirit of the city" into what they want it to be. Some old buildings which were some of the last proto-second empire style buildings in the capital were torn down a couple of months ago and are being replaced by a white metal and glass cube, because the mayor and the promoter argued the "spirit of the city" was that of a "modern and ever evolving cityscape". The judges called bullshit and stopped the construction, but the socialist state council working hand in hand with the socialist mayor overuled them (don't get me wrong, it's not that they were socialist, it's rather that both the state and the mayor were socialist, and want to please the billionaire magnate who is building this cube).
And the last nail in the coffin of heritage protection is going to be the upcoming culture minister's law which gives unlimited power to the mayors in matters of architecture and patrimonial protection in their cities, without the need of an assessment by the ministry of culture or patrimonial experts. It's going to be the 70s all over again.
Everybody knows what this is...
Long live Israel
>antalya-göreme = 50 TL
>be in kazan
>go to this one-person-collection museum
>ask the girl in charge if I can play
>she says I have to buy tokens
>comes with tokens
>"Ah, nevermind the money, here it goes :)))))"
The game was quite good to be honest.
I am, and I liked Kolkata quite a lot. However, I'm back in Delhi now and am likely to stay here a while longer.
Haven't been to the MyBar in CP more than a couple times. It's not a terrible place but I've never been a big fan of the chain in general.
I really want to remember the name of the terrace place. I think it was on the end of C or D block. View was great but service sucked.
/int/ has a 4MB max filesize anyway you turdlord, go back to offering your women to refugees before they get too horny
I could ask you the same france, but then again your women already got bombed by durkas.
>women gang raped by refugees in France with the police watching and French men crying in a corner looking at their feet, with the mayor of one of the main cities telling them they should apply shariah to not be bothered
>women gang raped by refugees in Germany with the police watching and German men crying in a corner looking at their feet while their wives and daughters are being fingered by Ahmed, with the mayor of one of the main cities telling them they should apply shariah to not be bothered
>1000 and counting
Noice did you like it ? Although I don't see how it'd be possible to dislike the place there's nothing wrong there at least for a tourist
Also guys 2nd thread ? If you are not done