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Cabin Porn: Cabin in progress in Chiloé, Chile. Submitted by Marcos Zeger.

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Crank up your daydreaming with this beautiful remote cabin blog

One of the best things about Twitter (apart from celebrities having their punctuation corrected by hundreds of grammar sticklers simultaneously) is the way in which it gives certain content a second life. Weeks or months after something first does the rounds, back it comes to re-tickle our collective fancy and that’s exactly what’s happened with Cabin Porn.

It appears that it was lauded earlier this year but it’s back with a vengeance on Twitter today and it’s a real joy. Surely all of us, ground down by the relentlessness of modern urban living, have at one time or another fantasised about the ultimate retreat, remote and ideally a bit ramshackle? Cabin Porn indulges all those fantasies with huge, beautiful images of places that bring new meaning to “getting away from it all,” with new hideaways submitted by members of the public and edited by the team at the Beaver Brook park in New York State.

Also there’s hundreds of them so you can spend hours getting over that sweaty, cramped commute. Yes!

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Cabin Porn: Lookout near Lysekil, Sweden.

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Cabin Porn: ‘Permanent Camping’ in Mudgee, Australia by Casey Brown Architects. Submitted by Callum Flack

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Cabin Porn: Cabin in Schneealm, Austria. Submitted by Robert Najar.

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Cabin Porn: A-Frame in Sainte-Rose du Nord, Québec. Canada. Submitted by Francois.

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Cabin Porn: Foliage covered green roof in Kirkjubøur, a photo from Faroe Islands

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Cabin Porn: Cottage on an island near Nora, Sweden. Submitted by Jonas Loiske.

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Cabin Porn: Ladder House near Dale, Norway. Submitted by Olga Gladykowska

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Cabin Porn: Cabin on Hurricane Ridge, Olympic National Park, Washington.

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Cabin Porn: The Doll House, Potato Island, MA. Submitted by Colin Murtaugh.

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Cabin Porn: Ship cabin on the coast of British Columbia, Canada. Submitted by Mark McInnis

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Cabin Porn: Writing cabin in Northwest Connecticut, designed by Charlie Myer and built by author Michael Pollan as detailed in his book A Place of My Own.