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Пока журналисты пишут очередной роман и приписывают мне беременность, 😂мы с @vladtopalovofficial создаём кое-что более и
Пока журналисты пишут очередной роман и приписывают мне беременность, 😂мы с @vladtopalovofficial создаём кое-что более интересное.
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Приезжайте отдыхать на Байкал, тут красиво @baikalresidence
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24.02.2018 22:59:00
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23.02.2018 04:30:21
When galaxies collide — a common event in the universe — a fresh burst of star formation typically takes place as gas cl
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When galaxies collide — a common event in the universe — a fresh burst of star formation typically takes place as gas clouds mash together. At this point, the galaxy has a blue hue, but the color does not mean it is cold: it is a result of the intense heat of newly formed blue–white stars. Those stars do not last long, and after a few billion years the reddish hues of aging, smaller stars dominate an elliptical galaxy's spectrum.
Our Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble) caught sight of a soft, diffuse-looking galaxy, perhaps the aftermath of a long-ago galactic collision when two spiral galaxies, each perhaps much like the Milky Way, swirled together for millions of years.
In such mergers, the original galaxies are often stretched and pulled apart as they wrap around a common center of gravity. After a few back-and-forths, this starry tempest settles down into a new, round object. The now subdued celestial body is technically known as an elliptical galaxy.
Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA
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24.02.2018 20:28:05
A tale of blogging and ethics.

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We loved our time in Seville, however, one element of the city really disturbed us.
A tale of blogging and ethics.

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We loved our time in Seville, however, one element of the city really disturbed us. That bull-fighting is still touted as a great day out.

The giant bull ring's difficult to miss. Marked on every map and countless street signs, it exists on many a to-do list. And, if the outside is anything to go by, it is undoubtedly an architectural beauty. However, we refused to go in.

Quite apart from the fact that this is an activity that makes our blood run cold, that upsets as much as it disgusts us, we appreciate that as bloggers, we hold a degree of influence - and that influence should be used for good. We won't shy away from stating that this is not a 'sport' that should be encouraged, even for tourists who claim they only want to understand Spanish culture. In 2018, there really is no excuse.

These feelings, our desire to promote the best of a country and its travel experience whilst also acknowledging its failures or shortcomings, are an integral part of our blogging ethos.

Every country in the world has its dilemmas, its controversies and its villains, and there are certain countries that, because of our personal ethics and political views, we will not visit, others that we would only do independently and many that can only be experienced whilst telling you all the truth.

Regrettably, this is not true of everybody in our situation.

Certain events or government regimes should not be 'insta-washed', where right and wrong is not a subjective judgement but a completely glaring black and white objective truth. A country experiencing gross human rights violations, as is happening in the west of Myanmar, cannot be represented with a pretty beach photo without proper and frank acknowledgement of current affairs, and those with large followings have a responsibility to tell the truth and help, rather than hinder, change.

Social media, and Instagram in particular, is indeed a place for beautiful pictures, but it can also be a space to learn, to challenge and to think.

We won’t always get it right, but we’ll try. We won’t always agree, but we’ll listen.

Wherever you are in the world, have a great weekend.

#TheConstantlyCurious
23.02.2018 13:23:55
Sitting on the edge 💙(📷: @voyage_provocateur)
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24.02.2018 23:51:56
“ STRANGER THINGS “ on iTunes NOW @joynerlucas @chrisbrownofficial and SPOTIFY, TIDAL
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25.02.2018 01:26:17