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  • The dramatic 116m discovery yacht ULYSSES from above. Designed for long expeditions, the yacht boasts an impressive selection of high-speed tenders for adventuring off the beaten track.
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Image by @theyachtdroneguy
  • The dramatic 116m discovery yacht ULYSSES from above. Designed for long expeditions, the yacht boasts an impressive selection of high-speed tenders for adventuring off the beaten track.
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    Image by @theyachtdroneguy
  • 831 9 12 October, 2018
  • Sip sun downers at the beach club bar, prepare for an excursion on the tender or get ready for a diving or jet ski adventure. 42.2m MOKA is available exclusively for sale by Y.CO.
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Image by @yacht_shot
#livelifeinyellow #thrillofthepurchase
  • Sip sun downers at the beach club bar, prepare for an excursion on the tender or get ready for a diving or jet ski adventure. 42.2m MOKA is available exclusively for sale by Y.CO.
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    Image by @yacht_shot
    #livelifeinyellow #thrillofthepurchase
  • 510 2 11 November, 2018
  • Double tap if you'd like a Mediterranean lunch with this view! #ExploreFurther
  • Double tap if you'd like a Mediterranean lunch with this view! #ExploreFurther
  • 519 5 16 February, 2019

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  • Thinking back to this time last week when we were on board the lovely Silver Galapagos and looking forward to ten weeks today when we will be back on board the beautiful Azamara Pursuit. #visitwithus
  • Thinking back to this time last week when we were on board the lovely Silver Galapagos and looking forward to ten weeks today when we will be back on board the beautiful Azamara Pursuit. #visitwithus
  • 34 2 22 hours ago
  • There is some kiss we want with our whole lives,

the touch of Spirit on the body.

Seawater begs the pearl to break its shell.

And the lily, how passionately it needs some wild darling!

At night, I open the window and ask the moon to come

and press its face against mine.

Breathe into me.

Close the language-door,

and open the love-window.

The moon won’t use  the door,

only the window. - Rumi
  • There is some kiss we want with our whole lives,

    the touch of Spirit on the body.

    Seawater begs the pearl to break its shell.

    And the lily, how passionately it needs some wild darling!

    At night, I open the window and ask the moon to come

    and press its face against mine.

    Breathe into me.

    Close the language-door,

    and open the love-window.

    The moon won’t use the door,

    only the window. - Rumi
  • 30 3 19 March, 2019
  • My work day was sponsored by #caffeine today ☕️ Heading home 😴😊
  • My work day was sponsored by #caffeine today ☕️ Heading home 😴😊
  • 51 5 19 March, 2019
  • Rich culture, pristine beauty, fresh air – Alaska is waiting to be explored. We've extended our Set Sale offer, now is the time to book. #ExploreFurther
  • Rich culture, pristine beauty, fresh air – Alaska is waiting to be explored. We've extended our Set Sale offer, now is the time to book. #ExploreFurther
  • 119 4 18 March, 2019
  • After driving straight for almost two days we’ve now almost reached the border of Germany/Switzerland. Been through all kinds of weather (even snow at parts south of Hannover) and winds out of this world. ☀️🌱🌧🌪🔥💦 Like the trooper our van Trubbelina is, she has carried us tirelessly. She really is the best 😍, and here’s for hoping she’ll keep carry us safe and sound for many years forward. 🙌  I’ll need some time to get used to the heights and dizzying roads down here close to the alps, but all in all everything’s great. We’re loving vanlife so far!
  • After driving straight for almost two days we’ve now almost reached the border of Germany/Switzerland. Been through all kinds of weather (even snow at parts south of Hannover) and winds out of this world. ☀️🌱🌧🌪🔥💦 Like the trooper our van Trubbelina is, she has carried us tirelessly. She really is the best 😍, and here’s for hoping she’ll keep carry us safe and sound for many years forward. 🙌 I’ll need some time to get used to the heights and dizzying roads down here close to the alps, but all in all everything’s great. We’re loving vanlife so far!
  • 70 1 18 March, 2019
  • NOW is the time to get ready for Alaska! ‼️ Let us help you find the best way to see the last frontier this summer. #ExploreFurther #Azamazing
  • NOW is the time to get ready for Alaska! ‼️ Let us help you find the best way to see the last frontier this summer. #ExploreFurther #Azamazing
  • 29 3 18 March, 2019
  • White-crested laughingthrush
  • White-crested laughingthrush
  • 38 1 17 March, 2019
  • There is something magical about the Sydney Opera House- magically created by visuals arts and performances within the Opera House and the magic of the form, structure and its spatial setting in the Bennelong Point, Sydney Harbor between Sydney Cove and Farm Cove, adjacent to the Sydney central business district and the Royal Botanic Gardens, and close by the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

This multi-venue performing arts centre was designed by the Danish architect and 2003 Pritzker Prize winner Jørn Oberg Utzon in different stages between the 1950s to 1970s, replacing Fort Macquarie Tram Depot. 
Last night, the Opera House projected a Silver Fern in memory of lives lost in recent events in New Zealand. 
Story: Spatial Perspectives of Change 
Created by Mahak Agrawal
Imagery source: Google
  • There is something magical about the Sydney Opera House- magically created by visuals arts and performances within the Opera House and the magic of the form, structure and its spatial setting in the Bennelong Point, Sydney Harbor between Sydney Cove and Farm Cove, adjacent to the Sydney central business district and the Royal Botanic Gardens, and close by the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

    This multi-venue performing arts centre was designed by the Danish architect and 2003 Pritzker Prize winner Jørn Oberg Utzon in different stages between the 1950s to 1970s, replacing Fort Macquarie Tram Depot.
    Last night, the Opera House projected a Silver Fern in memory of lives lost in recent events in New Zealand.
    Story: Spatial Perspectives of Change
    Created by Mahak Agrawal
    Imagery source: Google
  • 48 5 17 March, 2019
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  • 62 3 17 March, 2019
  • Looks like there’s a skull on its back
  • Looks like there’s a skull on its back
  • 55 3 16 March, 2019
  • Sleepy croc
  • Sleepy croc
  • 43 1 15 March, 2019
  • Get swept away by stunning views while you're relaxing on board. #ExploreFurther
  • Get swept away by stunning views while you're relaxing on board. #ExploreFurther
  • 223 0 14 March, 2019
  • "I want to go through Central Park and watch folks passing by, spend the whole day watching people. I miss that" - said the former President of the United States of America Barack Obama, on a Saturday stroll through the Central Park with his daughters in July 2015. Surrounded by security and official duties, former POTUS reminisced his time in Columbia University. 
Central Park is one of the most famous urban parks of the United States, and a critical case study for planners, landscape architects and urban designers world over. It is one of the first parks developed using techniques of landscape architecture. The park we love and often get lost (in time and space) in, has an interesting background story in shaping and sustaining Manhattan borough of New York City. 
In the 1840s the increasing urbanization of Manhattan prompted the poet-editor William Cullen Bryant and the landscape architect Andrew Jackson Downing to call for a new, large park to be built on the island. Their views gained widespread support, and in 1856 a plan was devised by the architects Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux to preserve and enhance the natural features of the terrain and provide a pastoral park for city dwellers. In 1858, the plan was chosen from 33 submissions to $2000 prize competition. 
Among various features in and around the Park is the Bethesda Terrace and Fountain- overlooking the lake in the Park. It is now a place for several recreational activities, luncheons, shooting several Hollywood movies and series (Home Alone, Avengers, Gossip Girl, @rebelwilson Isn’t It Romantic) but in the 1970s it was a drug-trafficking venue. In the 1980s, the area was restored by Vaux, Central Park Conservancy and other stakeholders - changing the spatial perspectives of the Bethesda as we see it today- with the Minton tiles of the Arcade ceiling, the fountain of the Angel of the Waters. 
Created by @mahak.agrawal 
Imagery @google @copernicus_eu @esa_earth @digitalglobe
  • "I want to go through Central Park and watch folks passing by, spend the whole day watching people. I miss that" - said the former President of the United States of America Barack Obama, on a Saturday stroll through the Central Park with his daughters in July 2015. Surrounded by security and official duties, former POTUS reminisced his time in Columbia University.
    Central Park is one of the most famous urban parks of the United States, and a critical case study for planners, landscape architects and urban designers world over. It is one of the first parks developed using techniques of landscape architecture. The park we love and often get lost (in time and space) in, has an interesting background story in shaping and sustaining Manhattan borough of New York City.
    In the 1840s the increasing urbanization of Manhattan prompted the poet-editor William Cullen Bryant and the landscape architect Andrew Jackson Downing to call for a new, large park to be built on the island. Their views gained widespread support, and in 1856 a plan was devised by the architects Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux to preserve and enhance the natural features of the terrain and provide a pastoral park for city dwellers. In 1858, the plan was chosen from 33 submissions to $2000 prize competition.
    Among various features in and around the Park is the Bethesda Terrace and Fountain- overlooking the lake in the Park. It is now a place for several recreational activities, luncheons, shooting several Hollywood movies and series (Home Alone, Avengers, Gossip Girl, @rebelwilson Isn’t It Romantic) but in the 1970s it was a drug-trafficking venue. In the 1980s, the area was restored by Vaux, Central Park Conservancy and other stakeholders - changing the spatial perspectives of the Bethesda as we see it today- with the Minton tiles of the Arcade ceiling, the fountain of the Angel of the Waters.
    Created by @mahak.agrawal
    Imagery @google @copernicus_eu @esa_earth @digitalglobe
  • 51 3 24 February, 2019
  • In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, I sit on my desk slogging away the 9 to 5 hours.
On a day when we are surrounded by paper, plastic and what-not sized, coloured, materialistic hearts- we present you with a heart shaped space on Earth- the Makepeace Island.
This heart shaped island is situated on the Noosa river on the Australia’s Sunshine Coast, Queensland. Originally known as the Pig Island, the island is now a private space and home to @richardbranson , and owned by @virginaustralia . The island was renamed as Makepeace Island after the housekeeper of the original owner- Charles Nicholas. Nicholas and his wife, left the island in the name of their long-time housekeeper Hannah Makepeace. After Hannah’s death in 1973, the island was owned by the state till Ben Spencer bought it in 1986, and renamed it to the Makepeace Island. The island was bought in 2003 by Brett Godfrey and Rob Sherrard before Sir Richard Branson bought Rob's half in 2007. The island is now available for exclusive use hire by the public and is famously known as ‘Sir Richard's Australian Home’. Love knows no bounds. Love has different perspectives and forms. 
Created by- @mahak.agrawal
Imagery - landsat @copernicus_eu  Wonder, Wander around the World with thespatialperspectives
  • In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, I sit on my desk slogging away the 9 to 5 hours.
    On a day when we are surrounded by paper, plastic and what-not sized, coloured, materialistic hearts- we present you with a heart shaped space on Earth- the Makepeace Island.
    This heart shaped island is situated on the Noosa river on the Australia’s Sunshine Coast, Queensland. Originally known as the Pig Island, the island is now a private space and home to @richardbranson , and owned by @virginaustralia . The island was renamed as Makepeace Island after the housekeeper of the original owner- Charles Nicholas. Nicholas and his wife, left the island in the name of their long-time housekeeper Hannah Makepeace. After Hannah’s death in 1973, the island was owned by the state till Ben Spencer bought it in 1986, and renamed it to the Makepeace Island. The island was bought in 2003 by Brett Godfrey and Rob Sherrard before Sir Richard Branson bought Rob's half in 2007. The island is now available for exclusive use hire by the public and is famously known as ‘Sir Richard's Australian Home’. Love knows no bounds. Love has different perspectives and forms.
    Created by- @mahak.agrawal
    Imagery - landsat @copernicus_eu Wonder, Wander around the World with thespatialperspectives
  • 66 13 14 February, 2019