• Photo by Skaman/Getty Images. Modern camel riders travel through the Nubra Valley, India, along the route that once linked southern Asia to Rome along the Silk Road.  (via Natgeo)
  • Background on Caleb/Wednesday/Hump Day Posts and Geico’s original commercial: Let’s Hit it Again


  1. It is my birthday!! Made it through another year! Thanks for the camel picture.

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  2. BIG STORM day (and also hump day)!

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  3. And you want us to tackle this journey on a Wednesday?

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  4. like a hollywood movie backdrop

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  5. This is SO beautiful I want to be in it!

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  6. Excellent shot👍great job!!

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  7. Anonymous says:

    It’s the Sepia’s Day end! 😀

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  8. Wow! Love hump day and your posts.

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  9. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    Amazing perspective!! … are we there yet? Caleb … keep going!!


  10. What a breath-taking shot!
    Happy Hump day to you Mr. Kanigan!

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  11. My reading on this beautiful photo? They’re headed out to get wine because it’s Wine Wednesday. Have a good one.

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  12. Yay! It’s Wednesday again.

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  13. An epic photo 💛

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  14. I would love to travel the silk road, but it would be a huge disappointment I think, because now, with all the modern changes, it wouldn’t have the romantic allure that I picture.

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  15. Hey Guys; You’ve got to be kidding! Where’s the short cut?

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