Mekong Delta (Vietnam). 'The food bowl of Vietnam, the Mekong Delta is an overwhelmingly green expanse but surprisingly heavily populated all the same. Those longing for a taste of local life far from fellow travellers will find it in many of the small, isolated cities in the Mekong’s forgotten (by tourism at least) corners.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/vietnam/mekong-delta

Mekong Delta, Vietnam The Mekong's Vietnamese name, Cuu Long, means Nine Dragons for the nine mouths that terminate the flow of this great river as it is absorbed by the sea. The people of south Vietnam are often very proud of the richness and vastness o

"'... Let lights in the expanse of the sky be for separating the day from the night...'" Genesis 1:14 TLV #tlvbible #SolarEclipse2017

"'And Elohim said, Let light sources be in the expanse of the heavens, to divide between the day and the night.

Another way to make my room appear larger is with a lot of curtains and placing those curtains high, high, high!

My Less Cluttered Home: Small Bedroom Makeover Inspiration

Curtain Illusion Introduce a rental to luxury with gorgeous drapes. Hanging several sets of drapes along a wall is an apartment-approved way to give your walls personality without the permanency of wallpaper or paint.

Through the Outback - The New York Times

Through the Outback

THROUGH THE OUTBACK By ADAM FERGUSON JULY 2017 Traveling across Australia’s vast interior, our photojournalist found a land that defied easy explanations, a remote expanse filled with meaning.

THROUGH THE OUTBACK  By ADAM FERGUSON JULY 13, 2017  Traveling across Australia’s vast interior, our photojournalist found a land that defied easy explanations, a remote expanse filled with meaning. @nytimes via @topupyourtrip

Through the Outback

THROUGH THE OUTBACK By ADAM FERGUSON JULY 2017 Traveling across Australia’s vast interior, our photojournalist found a land that defied easy explanations, a remote expanse filled with meaning.

"Countdown" by yuumei on DeviantArt While many of us enjoy the luxury of watching TV on our couch with a cold can of soda or beer, the ice caps are melting at an alarming rate. Polar bears that need the ice to hunt and survive are drowning or starving; sometimes forced to search through dumpsters to survive.

"Countdown" by yuumei on DeviantArt This really does mean alot Sad truth. I wish more people would help take care of our Earth. This planet doesn't just belong to us.

For many people the word "awesome" has lost it's impact; I tend to throw it around to describe a good "grilled-cheese sandwich" or a funny joke: "That's awesome" I say with a chuckle!  But awe shouldn't be so cheap right? To be left breathless in wonder-- that's what the word really means. It's use is better suited to the feeling we have when confronted with the expanse of the cosmos or the majesty of mighty mountains!  We should also feel this way about the power beauty love justice and…

For many people the word "awesome" has lost it's impact; I tend to throw it around to describe a good "grilled-cheese sandwich" or a funny joke: "That's awesome" I say with a chuckle! But awe shouldn't be so cheap right? To be left breathless in wonder-- that's what the word really means. It's use is better suited to the feeling we have when confronted with the expanse of the cosmos or the majesty of mighty mountains! We should also feel this way about the power beauty love justice and…

Domnu, Goddess mother of the Fomorians - In The Silurian, book 3, Owen White-tooth threatened to bring a Formorian army with him to battle against Arthur; Bedwyr thought the Formorians were real warriors of the Gaels, and this threat caused him a lot of worry.

[CELTIC] Domnu, goddess mother of the Fomorians (Howard David Johnson)

The large expanse of Rann of Kutch. Rann derives from the Sanskrit word "Irin" meaning salt.

The large expanse of Rann of Kutch. Rann derives from the Sanskrit word "Irin" meaning salt.

Traveling across Australia’s vast interior, our photojournalist found a land that defied easy explanations, a remote expanse filled with meaning.

Through the Outback

Traveling across Australia’s vast interior, our photojournalist found a land that defied easy explanations, a remote expanse filled with meaning.

Traveling across Australia’s vast interior, our photojournalist found a land that defied easy explanations, a remote expanse filled with meaning.

Through the Outback

Daisy Ward, Tribal Elder, Warakurna, Western Australia: "It's like we are invisible but we are the desert people.

♂ solo tree reflection serenity nature Paradise in the fog @sun-Moon Lake, Taiwan ~日月潭 鏡 雪世界

"Paradise in the fog Sun-Moon Lake," Taiwan; Photo by -- passer-by F.

Achnabreck - a horned spiral.  ‘This place is magical. The largest expanse of rock art in Britain, with rings, cups and gutters as well as some curious motifs like this horned spiral. Scholars are slowly revealing some of this Neolithic rock art's secrets but it's unlikely we'll ever know just what the symbols mean. I find their enigmatic elegance hypnotic.’  Copyright Steve Farrar

Achnabreck - a horned spiral. ‘This place is magical. The largest expanse of rock art in Britain, with rings, cups and gutters as well as some curious motifs like this horned spiral. Scholars are slowly revealing some of this Neolithic rock art's secrets but it's unlikely we'll ever know just what the symbols mean. I find their enigmatic elegance hypnotic.’ Copyright Steve Farrar

Hetalia - Spain and Greece xD

Hetalia - Spain and Greece xD<<I remember that episode! That was hilarious, I could not stop laughing XD

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