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Today’s travel inspiration is from Melbourne, Australia, from @wanderflug on Instagram:

"The picture was taken during the Color Run in Melbourne. It was a great day that will always be a vivid memory to me — first time entering into a fun run event with friends of mine running alongside people of all ages and abilities (even people in wheelchairs participated). Everyone started off wearing white clothes and got colour thrown at them along the course. In the final zone the true colour splash began when people got handed packages of colour and were counted down to throw them in the air at the same time while dancing and jumping around. Everyone was laughing and smiling being covered in all colours of a rainbow. I will keep this memory close to my heart to make rainy and grey days with grumpy looking people more colourful." (at www.passionpassport.com)

Today’s travel inspiration is from Jurien Bay, Australia, from @andrew_marr on Instagram:

"I took this shot while on holidays with my wife and kids in Jurien Bay, a small coastal town a few hours north of Perth in Western Australia. It reminds me of the fantastic time we had camping and motivates me to plan more of these experiences for my family. Many of my shots tend to involve some planning, adventure or exploration; however this shot represents the opportunist in me which I wish I could tap into more frequently. I didn’t initially intend to take any photos on this walk, but after seeing the old jetty I couldn’t resist. This is a long exposure shot using an app called AvgCamPro on my iPhone. I usually use a tripod to ensure the iPhone doesn’t move, but not having one with me I instead needed to make do by carefully positioning it on a piece of driftwood to keep it still. There has been a new jetty built to replace this one, but this image highlights the beauty of the past and how it provides us something that can still be appreciated." (at www.passionpassport.com)

Week #4 of our The World Awaits series! 
This photo comes from Esperance, West Australia. The quote is from Rosalia de Castro.  Week #4 of our The World Awaits series! 
This photo comes from Esperance, West Australia. The quote is from Rosalia de Castro. 

Week #4 of our The World Awaits series! 

This photo comes from Esperance, West Australia. The quote is from Rosalia de Castro.