Juliet's balcony, Verona
Roman amphitheatre, Piazza Bra, Verona
Son Bou, Menorca

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View of Duomo di Firenze, Florence
Mahon Fish Market, Menorca
Juliet's balcony, Verona
Mu Ko Ang Thong National Park, Thailand
Mozart statue, Vienna
Yosemite Valley, California
Ciutadella de Menorca
Place de Bruges, Belgium
Tunnel at Bethesda Terrace, Central Park, New York
Ponte Vecchio, Florence
Alcatraz Penitentiary, San Francisco Bay
Roman amphitheatre, Piazza Bra, Verona
Camberley, the jewel of Surrey
Venice waterfront
Strawberry Fields, Central Park, New York
Beach huts at West Wittering
Royal Muang Samui Villas, Ko Samui
11th Avenue, New York
Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco
Fossil-bearing cliff, Lyme Regis
Mexican skulls, Olvera Street, Los Angeles
Adams Street, Chicago
Colosseum, Rome
Brooklyn Bridge, New York
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Hello, I’m Darren, I work for Microsoft, play the guitar to a mediocre standard and go running when not injured.


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Photo credits

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Amazon Echo

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