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Last month, we teamed up with Atlas Obscura to takeover the Travel topic. We asked you to submit your favourite travel memories — from shots of hidden gems, to top secret travel destinations. Thank you to everyone who took the time to upload their photos — we were blown away by your submissions.

Today we’re excited to share Atlas Obscura’s top 20 picks with you.

Atlas Obscura’s top travel selects

Thomas Bennie

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Table Mountain Aerial Cableway, Cape Town, South Africa

Vadim Sadovski

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Megan Kotlus

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Maras Salt Flats in the Sacred Valley of Peru

Victor Ene

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Ben McLeod

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Port Saint Joe, Florida, USA

Kit Ko

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Shinsekai, Osaka, Japan

Joshua Earle

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Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve, Colorado, USA

Casey Horner

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Great Wall of China

Ranjith Alingal

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Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

Omar Elsharawy

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Sandra Seitamaa

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Lofoten Islands, Gimsøysand, Norway

Simone Mascellari

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Amsterdam, Netherlands

Unexplored Northeast

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Jivko Iordanov

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Buzludzha, Central Balkan Mountains, Bulgaria

NICO BHLR

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Peillon, France

Dylan Sauerwein

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Assateague Island

Matthew Harris

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Lofoten, Norway

Marc Thunis

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Torres de Paine, Chile

Nagaraju amrabad

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Munnanur, Telangana, India

Sergey Pesterev

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Ogoy Island, Russia

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While it’s not news to anyone that the way we communicate has become increasingly visual, often the tools and platforms we use to manage media moments are anything but. Thankfully, Later sensed this major disconnect with the media platforms out there — and took a different approach: They’ve created a way for you to visually plan, schedule and manage your social media. With the goal of simplifying social media marketing to make it accessible for all businesses — Later’s platform helps you drive engagement, grow followings and save time.

The secret behind their platform? Their Visual Instagram Planner that helps you find the perfect balance for your feed and rearrange or swap out photos with ease. With their Drag and Drop tool, you can see what your next Instagram post will look like on your feed before posting it, and move things accordingly in seconds. …

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When it comes to bringing ideas to life — most of us would agree: the more visual, the better. But beyond visuals, it’s important to understand how different ideas come together and interact with each other. Because it’s the little things — the details and the transitions — that give us the whole picture to make the most impact.

Introducing: Framer

Thankfully, Framer makes prototyping so simple that it’s fit for complete beginners. The design tool is browser-based, free for everyone, and requires no code (!) to get going. All you’ve got to do is import a design from any of your favourite design tools, or even start from scratch in Framer. …

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