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~Cute Relationship~
When Someone Gets Angry With You
And Says...
I Will Never Talk To You... frown emoticon
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You...
"I AM STILL ANGRY"
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Cute little boy kisses the box.







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봄, Spring
Beautiful flowers are in full bloom !!! May is the month for the family and children. I took this view at Namsan park located at Hannamdong area in Seoul. Walking around this park makes me so fresh. Hope your May is as freshness as this photo. Enjoy beautiful Nature ♡

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An old church provides coolness on a hot afternoon - a respite from the heat.  It also had delightful arches that had me spellbound for awhile.


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#themagicoflight +The Magic of Light  curated by  +Ray Bilcliff +Hamid Dastmalchi +Paul Stein 

#hqsparchitecture +HQSP Architecture curated by +Wing Yau Au Yeong  
#critiquepls +Architectural Photography  curated by  +YJ Tso 
#ArchitecturalVisions  +Architectural Visions  curated by  +Joel Tjintjelaar +Julia Anna Gospodarou 
#BTPArchitecturePro +BTP Architecture Pro  curated by  +Rinus Bakker +Nancy Dempsey +Aamir Shahzad #StunningMoment + 106314743058506488325 by +Alycia Tsai +Zvonimir Fras
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..:: Church Of The Good Shepherd::..

I have to admit that New Zealand is probably my favourite country in the world to travel to. I have been there twice now with some more trips planned for this year. Being a landscape photographer, this country really displays all that I love about nature, from mountains, waterfalls, glaciers and the sea, it doesn't get much better. On top of this, you can drive and explore for miles without passing another soul. It's during these moments of solitude in nature that one really feels free and can simply sit and reflect. In saying all that, I have come to see that no matter where you are, beauty can be found and is waiting to be explored.

Please feel free to check out more of my work at https://www.facebook.com/WilliamPatinoPhotography

#landscape   #photo   #nz   #travel   #vacation   #snow   #explore   #church   #architecture   #vacation   #holiday   #landscapephotography   #sunrise   #photographer   #beautiful   #sony   #a7r   #nature   #colorful   #light   #beauty   #mountains   #tekapo   #lake   #newzealand   #tourism   #morning   #incredible   #wallpaper   #patino   #dawn   #pink   #zealand   #luminosity   #ps  
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..:: Church Of The Good Shepherd::..

I have to admit that New Zealand is probably my favourite country in the world to travel to. I have been there twice now with some more trips planned for this year. Being a landscape photographer, this country really displays all that I love about nature, from mountains, waterfalls, glaciers and the sea, it doesn't get much better. On top of this, you can drive and explore for miles without passing another soul. It's during these moments of solitude in nature that one really feels free and can simply sit and reflect. In saying all that, I have come to see that no matter where you are, beauty can be found and is waiting to be explored.

Please feel free to check out more of my work at https://www.facebook.com/WilliamPatinoPhotography

#landscape   #photo   #nz   #travel   #vacation   #snow   #explore   #church   #architecture   #vacation   #holiday   #landscapephotography   #sunrise   #photographer   #beautiful   #sony   #a7r   #nature   #colorful   #light   #beauty   #mountains   #tekapo   #lake   #newzealand   #tourism   #morning   #incredible   #wallpaper   #patino   #dawn   #pink   #zealand   #luminosity   #ps  
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The Mysterious Lakes of Badain Jaran Desert ... "The Badain Jaran Desert occupies parts of China and Inner Mongolia covering an area of 49,000 sq. kilometers making it the third largest desert in China. Although not a lot of people are familiar with this desert, outside China, it is known for having the tallest stationary dunes on earth. Some of these dunes have been measured to reach heights of more than 500 meters. Badain Jaran has an extremely arid climate with an annual precipitation between 50-60mm. Nearly 40-80 times of the precipitation gets evaporated away before it falls as rainfall.

Despite these dry conditions, one of the most remarkable feature of Badain Jaran is the existence of nearly 140 permanent lakes that lie between the dunes. It’s these lakes that give the desert its name which in Mongolian means "mysterious lakes".

These mysterious lakes are believed to be fed by underground water springs that flow under the gravel deposits and appear between the dunes where the deposits become fine-grained and the water flow is blocked. The source of this water is precipitation and snowmelt in the mountains surrounding the desert hundreds of kilometers away. Runoff from these mountains flows through the fractured rocks and through gravel deposits beneath the desert, and emerge at scattered places giving rise to numerous lakes. Although the springs carry fresh water, most of the lakes are saline, which can be explained by their high rate of evaporation. Some of the lakes change color due to the presence of a large populations of algae, brine shrimp and minerals. Evaporation have also led some hypersaline lakes to form salt crust around the rim of the lakes.

The fresh water lakes provide the life sustenance in the desert supporting camels, goats and horses which are herded by nomads that travel through the desert. Most lakes also support a green ring of vegetation that populate the close vicinity around the lakes.
In recent decades, some of these lakes have shrunk or even disappeared, as a result of reduction in groundwater brought about by urbanization, irrigation, water diversion, and an increase in population. ..."

MORE: http://www.amusingplanet.com/2015/05/the-mysterious-lakes-of-badain-jaran.html
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OFFICIAL Somewhere over the Rainbow - Israel "IZ" Kamakawiwoʻole: https://youtu.be/V1bFr2SWP1I
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The Mysterious Lakes of Badain Jaran Desert ... "The Badain Jaran Desert occupies parts of China and Inner Mongolia covering an area of 49,000 sq. kilometers making it the third largest desert in China. Although not a lot of people are familiar with this desert, outside China, it is known for having the tallest stationary dunes on earth. Some of these dunes have been measured to reach heights of more than 500 meters. Badain Jaran has an extremely arid climate with an annual precipitation between 50-60mm. Nearly 40-80 times of the precipitation gets evaporated away before it falls as rainfall.

Despite these dry conditions, one of the most remarkable feature of Badain Jaran is the existence of nearly 140 permanent lakes that lie between the dunes. It’s these lakes that give the desert its name which in Mongolian means "mysterious lakes".

These mysterious lakes are believed to be fed by underground water springs that flow under the gravel deposits and appear between the dunes where the deposits become fine-grained and the water flow is blocked. The source of this water is precipitation and snowmelt in the mountains surrounding the desert hundreds of kilometers away. Runoff from these mountains flows through the fractured rocks and through gravel deposits beneath the desert, and emerge at scattered places giving rise to numerous lakes. Although the springs carry fresh water, most of the lakes are saline, which can be explained by their high rate of evaporation. Some of the lakes change color due to the presence of a large populations of algae, brine shrimp and minerals. Evaporation have also led some hypersaline lakes to form salt crust around the rim of the lakes.

The fresh water lakes provide the life sustenance in the desert supporting camels, goats and horses which are herded by nomads that travel through the desert. Most lakes also support a green ring of vegetation that populate the close vicinity around the lakes.
In recent decades, some of these lakes have shrunk or even disappeared, as a result of reduction in groundwater brought about by urbanization, irrigation, water diversion, and an increase in population. ..."

MORE: http://www.amusingplanet.com/2015/05/the-mysterious-lakes-of-badain-jaran.html
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