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Dogs Gods | By Tim Flach

A couple of weeks ago we featured the amazing best seller book by award-winning photographer Seth Casteel "Underwater Dogs". A book filled with unique and exhilarating photographs of dogs underwater in pursuit of a ball. "Dogs Gods" by multi-award-winning photographer Tim Flach (author of the critically acclaimed Equus), is also an exquisite study of "man´s best friend" and delivers an appealing and exciting photographic tribute to one of our closest companions.

You can buy it in Europe here




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KIMBALL HOUSE | DOMINICAN REPUBLIC | Image

KIMBALL HOUSE | DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

Kimball House is an exceptional caribbean destination, the combination of a brilliantly designed contemporary villa and a particularly moving oceanfront landscape. It features: accomadation for up to 18 people, a personal chef, a bartender, and a full-time concierge to plan all your activities. A six star experience......
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COCO PRIVE | MALDIVES

Coco Privé is located on Kuda Hithi Island, North Malé Atoll, Maldives. The new resort is the ultimate private island retreat, it offers sumptuous lodgings sleeping a total of 12 people and features one master residence and five luxury guest villas. The 13,000 square foot private island offers guests crystal clear water, pristine white beaches, lush vegetation and state of the art residences plus a personal chef and a stunning beach length infinity poo...
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HOTEL JOULE | DALLAS

A beacon of energy in the heart of downtown Dallas, The Joule is a tour-de-force of Adam D. Tihanys award-winning design and style situated in a revitalized 1920’s Neo-Gothic building re-imagined for the contemporary traveler. The buildings façade has been restored and added to with a new 10-story tower which is topped by the cantilevered rooftop pool and bar area. The pool actually juts out over the edge off the building with just a heavy layer of glass separating ...
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