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jeronmoore Rainy ol' Edinburgh... you charmed me and I cannot wait to return! #🌧 2mon

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jeronmoore More #latergrams from NZ. We pulled over to explore Lake Tekapo on our way to Queenstown... this place was unreal. 🙄 2mon

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jeronmoore Sometimes the smallest details are the ones I find most fascinating, like these miniature rivers and canyons carved out of the sand by tiny streams of water, finding their way back home to the sea. # #topography 2mon

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jeronmoore This dude was just chillin, so we said wassup, but he was a bit crabby so we decided to peace out. 🏼🦀 3mon

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jeronmoore Just 12km east of Christchurch lies Sumner Beach, and in the picture you can see Cave Rock to the left. This is probably one of my favorite photos from our Christchurch visit. 3mon

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jeronmoore An amazing two days in Christchurch, with a little day trip down to Akaroa. Christchurch is still rebuilding itself after the catastrophic earthquake that hit in 2011. Almost five years later, the city is still a shadow of its former self, but remains positive, hopeful, and vibrant, embracing its new identity. As a creative solution to having lost roughly 80% of its buildings at city center, Christchurch has resourcefully repurposed shipping containers to create semi-permanent malls, restaurants, and coffee shops, as well using them to bolster and support historic landmarks and other important structures. # 3mon

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jeronmoore Rather than come up with some stuffy, self-important reflection about confronting your fears or taking a step toward the limitless possibilities of the universe, I'm just gonna be real: taking this photo scared the out of me. But from my camera to your screen, the tiny bit of vertigo I experienced was worth it, I think. 3mon

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jeronmoore When I visited the Sydney Opera House in 2013, I took a lot of the usual, touristy shots. This time I tried to get a bit closer and examine more of the building's fascinating geometry. It's no wonder this is one of the world's most photographed landmarks. Every angle is a work of art. 😎🏼 3mon

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jeronmoore If you scroll down almost 3 years back into my photo feed (or just go to the map index on my profile), you'll find a picture almost identical to this one from 2013! 3mon

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jeronmoore Last week marked one of the highlights of my year: 3 back-to-back, sold out performances at the legendary, iconic Sydney Opera House with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. This is the second time one of my productions has been here, and the goosebumps never go away. It's a surreal experience, and an incredible place. # 3mon
  •   erplumlee Wish we could be there with you like last time xo 3mon
  •   brandon_kong1208 Hey remember me! I took a pic with you after the show when were signing autographs and my little sister was too shy to get a picture with you, also my name is actually Anthony 3mon
  •   jeronmoore @erplumlee It wasn't the same without you guys! Looking forward to seeing you in January (I hope -- need to coordinate with Loree)!! Love you, miss you! 3mon
  •   jeronmoore @brandon_kong1208 Hey Anthony!! Yeah man! Thanks for coming to the show! Say hi to your little sis for me. And post that pic!! 🏼 3mon
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  •   brandon_kong1208 Yeah I will and I'll post that pic soon (it's on my mum's phone, it's a Samsung need to get it on my iPad or computer or something) and also YOU ARE THE BEST PERSON EVER!!!!!! ️ (Getting a 6s for Christmas) 3mon
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jeronmoore It was pretty much impossible not to fall in love with these guys. 3mon

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jeronmoore It's not everyday you get to cuddle a koala. This one's name was Belle, and in exchange for putting up with all of us, she got to eat a lot of eucalyptus. 3mon

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jeronmoore Looking out onto Gulf St. Vincent off the coast of South Australia, in Glenelg right outside Adelaide. Continue about 5,000 miles that direction and you'll hit Antarctica! 3mon

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jeronmoore On the Glenelg Jetty (pier) looking down a good 30 feet or so above the crystal clear, emerald green water of Gulf St. Vincent. ️🏖 3mon

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