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7 hours ago comment 7 star 550

I’ve had my latest @baggallini bag for two days and we’re already inseparable. get your own (designed by two flight attendants) during their memorial day sale this weekend! #trendsandtolstoytravels #thatbagglife #partner

1 hour ago comment 2 star 190

What a beautiful temple built in houston!🙌 who has been here⁉️
📸: @sammcclendon 📍texas, usa 🇺🇸 .
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5 hours ago comment 26 star 611

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7 hours ago comment 35 star 2,011

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5 hours ago comment 11 star 1,443

Exploring these never-ending white sand dunes was probably one of the coolest parts of the road-trip. it has some pretty cool history as well. the sands of white sands national monument are formed from gypsum, a soft mineral often left behind when water bodies evaporate. although gypsum is a fairly common mineral, it is rarely found as sand because it easily dissolves in water, and rivers generally carry dissolved gypsum to the sea. waters flowing into the basin holding white sands national monument, however, found no outlet and evaporated. over many years, gypsum crystals deposited in this basin were subjected to freezing, thawing, and wind, and broke down into tiny grains.

the massive collection of gypsum dunes in new mexico results from changes in ancient landscapes that started before the time of the dinosaurs. some 250 million years ago, what is now new mexico was covered by a shallow sea, but the sea’s level eventually fell as the area began to dry. thick layers of gypsum settled onto the old sea floor. about 70 million years ago, the rocky mountains began to form, and a broad area, including the giant gypsum field, rose. plate tectonic activity continued changing the region, and about 30 million years ago, a depression called the tularosa basin formed. this basin became the perfect receptacle for sediment washed off nearby mountains. pretty cool huh? not only do i love seeing and exploring new places, i love learning about the history and past events that have occurred. 🗻

4 hours ago comment 8 star 378

Have a question about traveling to santorini, mykonos, or athens? drop it below! i’ve had a lot of requests to share our greece itinerary and travel tips with you’all so watch this space for details! i’ll do my best to answer all your questions! ❤️🇬🇷#greece #athens #santorini #oia #fira #mykonos

4 hours ago comment 10 star 123