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WEDNESDAY WANDERLUST: DRY TORTUGAS

On a remote island hours away from Key West lies the largest masonry structure in the Americas: Fort Jefferson. Built with 16 million bricks, but never finished, the fort served as a prison during Civil War. In 1935, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, upon visiting the island, named it a National Monument, and in 1992 it became part of Dry Tortugas National Park.
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WEDNESDAY WANDERLUST: ARCTIC LIGHTSCAPES

This weeks addition of Wednesday Wanderlust takes us to various Northern nations and captures the beautiful northern lights. This footage from Anneliese Possberg and the score by Pablo J. Garmón will certainly take your mind to a far away place.
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WEDNESDAY WANDERLUST (ON FRIDAY) - HOUSE OF TRAVEL

Still, I just couldn't bear the thought of sending you off to the weekend without ample stoke and motivation, so here you go. This weeks entry, House of Travel, comes from Joe Cook and Exit Films. Directed by Kiku Ohe.
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Wednesday Wanderlust: Planet Earth II

You have probably watched this by now but it's awesome so you can watch it again. Planet Earth II will be released on BBC ONE in November. The Vin Scully of nature documentaries, David Attenborough, returns to do the voice work.
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Wednesday Wanderlust: Rocky Mountain National Park in 4K

Enjoy this subtle two minutes from Evan Schneider. His video is shot in 4K and does a wonderful job of capturing both the grandeur and simplicity of Rocky Mountain National Park in the Fall.
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Wednesday Wanderlust: Postcard from Iceland

Few roads call to the Overland Traveler like Iceland's Ring Road. Iceland itself is the near definition of Wanderlust. A magical place with a gorgeous landscape that for most seems like a far off dream
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Wednesday Wanderlust: Above Australia

Wednesday Wanderlust is a new addition to the Dirt Orcas menu. Each week will be sharing an inspiring journey from around a globe. Neatly packaged into short videos. Enjoy the trip, even if its only a dream for you right now.