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Spending Time in Places That Don't Exist
Why do we love to look at places that we can't go? I say this with the presumption that I'm not the only one because of the sheer volume of fictional places one can easily find while browsing Instagram. I think that fictional places capture our imaginations, but I'm not entirely sure why.
Some real-life places are too far away, or too expensive, or too obscure to travel to. But there are also an infinite number of places that don't really exist that we would also love to visit.
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