Photo: @andy_mann // A territorial Triggerfish attacks a Red Jellyfish off the coast of Southern Thailand. A once vibrant and heathy coral reef now lay barren and lifeless below them, leaving a whole cast of colorful characters racing to adapt to this rapidly changing environment. // #followme@andy_mann on a journey of our world's oceans and mountains through the lens of adventure and conservation. @waittfoundation@sea_legacy
Had to wear white for Simons birthday dinner!! 🍾🍾 I wish I knew who made my dress but there's no tag on it ☹️ @missjilljacobs would know. My heels are @tamaramellon
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I'm doing this to my future bae at least once a month until she can stand up perfectly. #ChallengeOn@funny
He found out his dude had sex with his girl and he showed up on em at the barber shop
Vamos prestar mais atenção no que estamos passando pra frente! Tudo que postamos, que divulgamos, ajudamos a alimentar e fazemos crescer. Pelo Whatsapp, chegam correntes religiosas, memes divertidos, mas também recebemos muito coisas horríveis, vídeos e fotos que não merecem ser disseminadas porque nada acrescentam e ainda prejudicam os outros. Não adianta colocar hashtag fofinha em tudo, falar de empatia se na prática não conseguimos exercer a compaixão, se não somos capazes de interromper o ciclo da maldade e da fofoca. Vamos deixar de lado tudo que for desnecessário, que não agrega e vamos postar notícias bons, fatos inspiradores, qualquer coisa que ajude os outros a melhorarem. Vamos focar no que for bom porque o mundo nos devolve o que espalhamos por aí! #vamossemearcoisasboas
Selamat Hari Raya Idul Fitri, mohon maaf lahir batin, semoga kita bisa saling memaafkan, amin.
For Javanese photographer Mast Irham (@mastirham), Indonesia can feel both intimate and colossal — a land of limitless possibilities. “Indonesian people have lived together with many differences for a very long time,” says Mast. “I think that’s why Indonesians are friendly with people they’ve just met and with foreigners. For a photographer, that attitude is definitely an advantage. People in the countryside like to have their pictures taken. We just need to spend some time with them, and it becomes comfortable for us to shoot.”
During Islamic holidays like Eid al-Fitr, a three-day holiday marking the end of Ramadan, the islands of the largest Muslim-majority country in the world especially come to life. “People leave Jakarta and other big cities to go back to their hometowns to visit family,” says Mast. “Taking pictures feels different, too. We see more people during prayer time, and during Eid people often pray outside instead of inside the mosques.”
Watch our Instagram story now to learn about Eid al-Fitr traditions in Indonesia.
Photo by @mastirham
Enjoy me completely butchering my best @schwarzenegger impersonation while rehearsing on set of #Rampage.
When I was a kid Arnold was one of my heroes. And when I first started in Hollywood, he was one of the biggest stars on the planet and was so supportive and welcoming to me, when he didn't have to be. First time we had dinner he said, "You can take the brass ring to places it's never been before" in his iconic accent which clearly I suck at.
15 long hard working years later, here I am.
Grateful. This one's for you brother. #YoBigDawg#OnSet#Rampage 🏾