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Christina Lihani
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I'm here to listen, to talk, to be inspired by you. I love digital art and digital photography.
I'm here to listen, to talk, to be inspired by you. I love digital art and digital photography.

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One Minute Photoshop Tricks Tutorials. 
Got a Minute to Learn Something New in Photoshop?

"Adobe's 'Make It Now' Series Teaches You Photoshop Tricks in Just One Minute" http://buff.ly/2mL2oeY
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#joinindaily with +Johnny Wills

Today the theme is Orange Flowers
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Today's theme is Five

#SpartanRace #FortCarson 
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Hats and Caps is the theme.

History and the ghosts from the past come to life during the annual “Mt. Pisgah Speaks Cemetery Tour.” The Gold Camp Victorian Society, dedicated to the preservation of the history of Cripple Creek, hosts this unique tour, which is complete with character reenactments at different locations through the Mt. Pisgah Cemetery. Visitors learn about the famous characters who lived in this area and are buried in the Mt. Pisgah cemetery.

#cripplecreek #colorado 
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Crow in the Rain

#joinindaily Today's theme is All Black Birds
Hosted by +Johnny Wills
Captured in Canada last year
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Oh, the stories you could tell...
Your trials, your battles, your tribulations. Even in death you are beautiful.

#BoulderColorado #Colorado #NCAR

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If Earth was the size of a beach ball,
what could you do to save our planet?

I would get rid about 50% of the lawns most homeowners have -- especially in dry areas. In some countries clean water is just a dream but here in the US we pour between 30-60% of our yearly water usage onto lawns (and streets and sidewalks) without a second thought. The amount of toxic chemicals our lawns produce is staggering and they eventually leach into the water tables.
The mowing, edging, and aerating of each lawn contributes to a lot of fossil fuel use -- and pollution.
While I do think parks, playgrounds, and recreational areas should have lawns, most yards could be about 50% less grass and the rest of the area could be filled with indigenous plants that support wild life, butterflies, and bees.
The extra space could also support vegetable gardens or sitting areas that can be just as beautiful as any lawn.

+Eric Raeber has been working on a project for about a year where he asks children "If the Earth were the size of a beach ball, what could you do to save our planet?" Then he photographs the child holding a beach ball, with props demonstrating the child's answer. He photoshops the Earth in place of the beach ball and posts the image to his project page.
Check it out: http://www.ericraeber.com/Earth

Now he is challenging friends on social networks to show us in a photo or a video how THEY would save our planet if it was the size of a beach ball (or any ball, for that matter).
Alternatively, make a difference by planting a few trees at http://bit.ly/2kIf9V0 and help us reach the goal of 100,000 trees by Earth Day.

Anyone can participate and create their own photo or video.
Just as importantly, everyone can make a difference in helping to make this planet better.


#IfEarthWasTheSizeOfABeachBall
#GlobalWarming #ClimateChange
#DoYourPart to #SaveThePlanet
See more at www.ericraeber.com/Earth 
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Reflections on Water

I love how this reflection looks like motion blur in two directions. I didn't make this in photoshop and wouldn't even know how... nature made this! 
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