Mountain cities in the world

Vail, Colorado
 
From Vail, the Rocky Mountains is the ideal ski destination with endless adventures from winter to summer. Situated amid steep cliffs, the city flourished like the heart of these majestic mountains.
 
In addition to Whitewater Park where there are water sports activities, Vail also has Eagle Bahn and Gondola where there are beautiful trails ideal for cycling trips.
 
Cavalese, Italy
 
Located in the Dolomites, Cavalese is probably the smallest village in Italy, but the wonderful hilly landscapes with diverse natural life make this destination an unforgettable place. 
 
Being one of the crown jewels of Italy, Cavalese brings a unique outdoor experience that you want to stay enjoying. However, if you want to discover these beauties in Asia, Cambodia and Vietnam holiday packages will be an ideal choice for you.
 
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
 
At 170 miles from vibrant Mexico City is a picturesque town in the central Bajio Mountains. More than 100,000 people call San Miguel de Allende their home, and once you see first-hand the rich architecture formed from the rugged terrain, you will understand why more and more people are gathering here.
 
The fresh winds bring to the city Bajio a pleasant day and night. Enjoying a privileged location on the hill, the cobblestone streets have the classic Mexican style.

Check out Antonino Pasquale D’Ambrosio’s interview with the ACLU about Johnny Cash, Native Rights, and the power of creative-response music and then…

Check out Antonino Pasquale D’Ambrosio’s interview with the ACLU about Johnny Cash, Native Rights, and the power of creative-response music and then go see him intro the great film Rumble at NYC’s Film Forum Thursday, August 3rd at 7PM.
‘Where Are Your Guts?': Johnny Cash’s Little-Known Fight for Native Americans

What an amazing night with my new favorite #bff @lacmagazine cover star @lesliemann who is equal parts brains, beauty and authenticity!…

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One of the blessings of being an uncle has been watching my nine or ten lovely, strong-willed, feisty and talented nieces grow through the stages of…

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Episode 53 of @The People is available on iTunes and wherever else you get your podcasts right now! Our guests EJ Hill and Dylan Mira talk to us…

Episode 53 of @The People is available on iTunes and wherever else you get your podcasts right now! Our guests EJ Hill and Dylan Mira talk to us about trusting your processes, decolonizing knowledge, performing different versions of oneself, and much more. Music from FUCK U Pay Us
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pointing out problems in other peoples shit is cowardly

pointing out problems in other peoples shit is cowardly, listen to, hold and educate your peers, collaborating is the hardest work but this is not a time to cave to fear, yes this sucks now own it, step up don’t tear down, make yourself bigger better stronger, make the people around you bigger better stronger, i am not viable alone i need you to survive, yes you

Omigoodness I think I’ve actually started drawing a man! Portrait of my friend Cesar, on the island of Itaparica, in Bahia, Brazil

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#beautiful #Brasil #Brazil #Bahía #bahia #itaparica #sacatarbrasil

“Offering Dance to Yemenja”, inspired by my daylong visit to the little village of Porto Santos on Ilha De Itaparica, during my Instituto Sacatar…

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Color pencil and crayon on 20 folio-sized pages of “Historia do Brasil” by Gaspar Barleu, published Sao Paulo 1940; 60″ high x 72″ wide.
In preparation for my solo show at Gallery 38 as part of Pacific Standard Time LA/LA’s Participating Gallery program.
Opening Friday, 29 September 2017
Photo by Daniel Rider at J6 Creative, who does all my fine art photography – highly recommended :)

Fresh back from the Photo Studio,”Offering Dance to Yemenja”, from my daylong visit to the little village of Porto Santos on Ilha de Itaparica,…

Fresh back from the Photo Studio,”Offering Dance to Yemenja”, from my daylong visit to the little village of Porto Santos on Ilha de Itaparica, during my Instituto Sacatar artist residency in Bahia, Brazil.
Color pencil and crayon on 20 folio-sized pages of “Historia do Brasil” by Gaspar Barleu, published Sao Paulo 1940; 60″ high x 72″ wide.
In preparation for my solo show at Gallery 38, as part of Pacific Standard Time LA/LA’s Participating Gallery program.
Opening Friday, 29 September 2017
Photo by the great J6 Creative

“Spread the word! We’re looking for 5 visual artists and 5 writers to join our 2017 Trans Day of Resilience project

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Applications are due Wednesday, August 2nd. For the application and more information, visit http://bit.ly/2uchQX6. Excited to meet you and your work!”