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Ivette Pache
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Welcome to my blog. I'm a Brisbane based artist who was born and raised in Holland.
Welcome to my blog. I'm a Brisbane based artist who was born and raised in Holland.

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Guru Mooch VII, Warrior II
Mooch still loves his warrior poses, and here he will
demonstrate the second warrior pose, also known as Virabhadrasana II. Start by standing straight, facing the long sir of your mat; paws  feet together, arms besides your body. Inhale and step, or lightly...

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'Jabba the Cat'
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Oh yes..... I am very grateful for public libraries though, not only for the free access to so much literature, magazines and information, but also for the quiet atmosphere!
 

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Poor Mooch is having to deal with the aftermath of his great night out. His humans are not happy. His reaction is seriously felinistic! 

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Oh, what a night, II
  …a bit later: I’m slowly waking
up. My body feels heavy and sleepy; my paws slightly sore. I’m
basking in the afterglow of a fantastic night. Memories of a Great Hunt, some
awesome stalking and images of me running over moon-lit rooftops are gently floati...

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Take the plunge....
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Something cute to kickstart the day in a positive way!
Good morning ^____^ 😍😍😍
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M8 The Lagoon Emission Nebula Complex in Sagittarius, located just above the spout of the Teapot, it is easily visible as a bright glowing patch of light to the human eye from a dark location, looks great in binoculars too!
M8 is approximately 5000 light years away, and roughly 130 light years across in the longer dimension. Composed primarily of hydrogen, much of it ionized (heated or energized) by radiation from the nearby superstar Herschel 36, M8 is known as an emission nebula or star-forming region, often called a stellar nursery.
There is an open star cluster, NGC 6530, of young hot, blue stars probably only a few million years old. In addition to these young stars, there are also many dark nebulae visible or “Bok” globules of condensing gas and dust on their way to becoming “proto-stars” and eventually full-fledged stars like those already formed nearby.
In this image I captured last night 09-05-2015 you can see
M8 The Lagoon Emission Nebula Complex in Sagittarius with open star cluster NGC 6530 in front of the Nebula, also globular Star cluster, bottom left corner is NGC 6544 Globular Star cluster, and upper left of center is a small blue wisp of Nebulosity called IC 4678 reflection nebula.
5.5 inch F5 Newtonian Reflector Scope & modified Canon Rebel Xsi DSLR, ISO 1600, 72 minute exposure at my Observatories at JBSPO in Yellow Springs, Ohio USA.
Best Regards,
John Chumack
www.galacticimages.com
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