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Maggie is the best woods cat I’ve ever had. She followed us for five miles in the wilderness. She stayed right with us the whole time. She had never been in the depths with us, and she enjoyed it sooo much! She frolicked around, on mossy logs, climbing on trees, and looking over cliff edges. Even climbing them. She’s my little hiking buddy. And, the sweetest cat I’ve ever known. I’m glad I have such a precious kitty in my life! She means the world to me! (:

Artist’s statement: "A woven sphere is glowing at sunset. Changing colors symbolize new life in a dying tree.
Tips & Tricks you may want to use sometime!
In Paris, An inflatable Trampoline Bridge
All the Photos are "straight out of the Camera" with little, or in many cases no post processing.
This montage of photographs taken by various NASA spacecraft displays the smaller planets and larger moons of the solar system at the same scale.
Mortal Kombat Artwork

1.Bamboo Forest-China

2.Black forest-Germany

3.Fields of tea-China

4.Hang son doong-vietnam

5.Hitachi seaside park-japan

6.Lake hillier-Australia

7.Lake retba-Sengal

8.Antelope canyon-USA

9.Lavender fields-France

10.Mendenhall icecaves-Alaska

  1. Portland Japanese Garden, Portland, Oregon. Photo by unknown.
  2. Red maples trees path. Photo by Ildiko Neer.
  3. Most beautiful wisteria tree in the world. Photo by Brian Young.
  4. Yellow autumn in Central Park, New York. Photo by Christopher Schoenbohm.
  5. Amazing Angel Oak Tree, Charlston, Photo by Mark Requidan.
  6. Cherry blossom tree path, Germany. Photo by Shoeven.
  7. California in autumn. Photo by Mizzy Pacheco.
  8. Jacaranda trees in bloom, South Africa. Photo by Falke.
  9. Ponthus beech tree in Brocéliande forest, France. Photo by Christophe Kiciak.
  10. Beautiful cherry blossom road. Photo by unknown.

The Earth, the Moon and also a faint blue mist over the surface of the Earth that is the only thing that separates and protects us from the dark and vast space. Is the atmosphere. Images obtained from an altitude of 35000 m with a stratospheric balloon.

Over the past several days the Sun has unleashed more than half a dozen major flares including four X-class events. The resulting aurora in some parts of the world have been beautiful. Here’s a collection of recent images taken by Jason Arhns in Alaska and one by Frank Olsen in Norway. In the image above, it seems the aurora is blanketing not only the sky, but the landscape as well!
Many lucky people around the world were treated to a an unusual “hybrid” solar eclipse today — so called because the extent to which the Sun was blocked out varied around the world. Those along North America’s east coast and the northern half of South America saw a brilliant Sun partially eclipsed by the Moon just at dawn, as in the lead image from South Carolina, USA. But regions like equatorial Africa had a total eclipsed Sun for about a minute, while those in southern Europe, the Middle East, were able to see an “annular” or partial, eclipse. This type of variable eclipse is rare — the last time one occurred was Nov. 20, 1854 and the next one won’t happen until Oct. 17, 2172! This was also the last eclipse of the year, and photographers were out to capture the views.
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