From Spiritual Ecology;
Photo by Kobi Refaeli with thanks to Sacred Earth Pictures!
Wow! Stand up for your rights and be proud.
From Aurore Lephilipponnat:
And now for something different: the beauty of African Art!
The fascination with Maasais appears as widespread amongst Tanzanians as it is amongst Westerners. Depictions of them are everywhere; in charcoal, oil paint, pastels, wooden sculptures. Always walking abreast, their Pangas at angles away from their bodies, their earlobes swinging as they walk. Some are crudely done but others are truely beautiful.
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From Santa Robaina Rodriguez :
Wow to the costumes and the picture!
What a sight!
Magnificent, isn’t it?
Isn’t she a beauty?
Beautiful animal in a beautiful setting.
Isn’t she beautiful?
Full Moon setting behind the Alps and the Sacra di San Michele, Northern Italy – By © Stefano De Rosa
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From Wikipedia, <click here!> to read more
A fallstreak hole, also known as a hole punch cloud, punch hole cloud, skypunch, canal cloud or cloud hole, is a large circular or elliptical gap, that can appear in cirrocumulus or altocumulus clouds. Such holes are formed when the water temperature in the clouds is below freezing but the water has not frozen yet due to the lack of ice nucleation particles (see supercooled water). When ice crystals do form it will set off a domino effect, due to the Bergeron process, causing the water droplets around the crystals to evaporate: this leaves a large, often circular, hole in the cloud.
Image from Buckle up, Bitches
One of the most amazing road trips in the world – The Atlantic Road through Norway.
Now that’s a pool!
Absolutely love it, but … I’m afraid of heights!
Never seen this before!
This has always been one of my favourites!
Immerse yourself in a seamless beautiful environment.
At a first glance this picture almost seems like a fantasy painting by some extraordinarily gifted artist, but it is actually the real thing: Tianzi Mountain Nature Reserve, China.
Another WOW and WAW!
Another BIG thank you to Lieven for finding this little jewel!
This a a story that lies close to my heart, having been homeless myself. It does not get any better than this. A story about an orphan boy, who at the age of five ran away from the orphanage, because he was being beaten there. Since then he has lived on the street, for more than ten years, supporting himself by selling chewing gum, but sleeping in stairways and in public toilets.
This story takes place in Korea. The boy heard a singer in a nightclub and decided to give it a try, by himself and to himself. He finally got up enough courage to enter in the national talent competition and boy did he ever make an impression! The judges and the audience were crying during his performance and so was I. The lead judge of a panel of three’s first reaction was: “Young man, I just want to hug you!” This phenomenon humbles me in a way that I can not express. He reminded me NEVER to give up your dream. One reminder to whom it may concern: Never judge a book by its cover.
One wonders how many homeless wonders are out there that nobody will ever hear or read about! I challenge anyone to listen to this artists account, listen to his song and not be moved. His name is Sung-Bong and he has since won the finals. You will definitely be hearing more from him.
I rest my case, over to him:
Do me a favour everyone and Press This!
One wonders how many more homeless people out there have something to offer?