Job well done in Venice.
The Golden Bridge on the grounds of Vietnam's Ba Na Hills Resort stretches for almost 500 feet (152 meters) over a pass in the high Annamese Mountains, which stand 5,000 feet (1,524 meters) above sea level. One must take one of the world's longest cable car rides just to reach this elevation. Despite the fact that it just opened earlier this year, the bridge is already known around the world because of images that have been taken of the massive hands that appear to support it and simultaneously reach for heaven. When @anniepwanderlust visited the site, she felt as though she were already there, suspended in the clouds. She spent over an hour exploring the beauty of the area, taking in all that she could. As is the case with many, the photos she saw of this place inspired her visit, and she hopes this one does the same. Photo by @anniepwanderlust Ba Na Hills in Da Nang, Vietnam
University of Nevada, Las Vegas coming in hot. @kristinaledstrom Babes email photos with your Instagram name and school to TFMgirls@totalfratmove.com to be featured!
Two of the cutest things the world