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"I've always said, homelessness starts at home."

http://www.homelessmuseum.org/

"Juggling irreverence and sincerity, HoMu seeks to subvert the increasingly impersonal, market-driven art world and expose the sellout of cultural institutions to commerce, cronyism, real estate, and star architects."

Entrance to High Line Park on W20th street., Manhattan, New York, summer 2010.

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6 Years ago today

Taking a break while dog sledding on the Icefjord (http://kangia.gl/en) in Ilulissat, Greenland.

More shots here: http://goo.gl/aZwW8

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Mario Cart in Google Maps today

To celebrate the anniversary of Mario, you could turn your arrow in the navigation into Mario Kart.

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I thought the Jesus Christ lizard (aka. Common basilisk) had gotten its name because the first people who came across it said "Jesus Christ!!" when they saw it. Turns out it got its name because it can actually run on water.

I caught this one perched on a branch, just as it had run some meters across the river in front of us.

David Attenborough says, that for a human to pull off that stunt, you would have to run 100km/h.

The conclusion I take from that is, that Jesus was pretty fast.

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Parque Nacional Los Quetzales

Didn't manage to get a view of the resplendent Quetzal, but we did catch a view of the beautiful Costa Rican cloud forest. We also found a fresh footprint from a Baird's Tapir.

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Paddleboarding debut

Not bad doing it in Manuel Antonio national park. Expecting spaghetti arms tomorrow after just a few hours on the board.

It was combined with some snorkeling, but I haven't been very impressed with the visibility here on the Pacific side, 3-4 meters max, which is not great for spotting fish unfortunately.

Apart from that, absolutely no complaints.

¬°Pura Vida!