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Willie Nelson - Heaven Is Closed
In reference to my friend Murray’s often referred to dreamscapes. I am left paddling through a sea of memories to ask Noah about an impossible task.
Reference to Gilgamesh
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Makuhari Baytown

Makuhari Baytown realizes an attractive urban design suitable for a new city center aiming for an international business city in the 21st century.

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Here is the list of foods that benefits the body in more unique way. They actually looks like the body part, they are good for.

https://www.healthuses.com/22-healthy-foods-specific-body-parts/
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Hopping Joe Cascade - Genoa River Wilderness
Celebration: countdown 35

Balance at the flood and fill your billy with clear cold water.
Fan a flame gently until the leaves spark and explode with fire.
From saddle bag, add a good handful of dried China tea.
Wait till the mixture bubbles and brews, soothing the mind.
Finish with a mighty circular swinging of the billy,
air-cooling the contents for drinking.

Few have ever braved the wilds of north-east Gippsland, a handful have ever lived here.

Some say Hopping Joe was an old Scot adrift from his homeland. Others say he was a prospector left behind by the 1859 alpine gold-rush. He wandered the lonely highlands along the old colonial border between Victoria and New South Wales. It is not known whether he took his name from the creek (the first people custom), or gave his name to this lively tributary of the Genoa. A superb horseman, in later years, he lived in a bush tent along the creek with an old grey mare.

He is remembered imperfectly for providing hospitality once to a royal party travelling by horseback from Rockton to the Cann River. He is said to have prepared tea for a visiting Duke by first boiling creek water in an old billy can, blackened from long usage over fires. He then threw in a good handful of tea leaves, before removing the can from the fire. The creek still retells the story: how with a mighty circular swinging of the billy, Hopping Joe air-cooled the contents for drinking, telling the Duke that this was the 'Real Mackie' and it 'wouldn't curl a hair of any man's head'.

Image: After a fall of snow, Hopping Joe Cascades swirls through blue granite. The creek and the granite echo the other, just as their names resonate. There is nothing more satisfying to stand here and swing your billy in his memory.
There are many ways of processing an image - but to me, an image without its story, however poorly understood, is no better than catching falling light.
In this reprocess, I have toned for structure, looking for resonance between cascade and rock.
My field notes note the presence of foam or snow in places, and staining of the water from flood.

Celebrate: Thank you. To celebrate what we all achieved on G+, i am publishing the 50 most viewed posts in this collection until shutdown. This is a reprocessed image of upper Genoa water tributaries (35th most viewed - viewed 1,909,735 times).

After shutdown, you can find me by visiting https://wheretofind.me/@peterquinton
Adventure with me at my website: http://www.silenttheory.net
The books we wrote here on G+ are now on Amazon: https://amazon.com/author/peterquinton
My footprints are on GoogleMaps: https://goo.gl/maps/r2CtN5y38XJ2

#CelebrateCountdown (please feel free to use this hashtag to celebrate your own favorite posts)

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Download wallpapers AmaZulu FC, South African Football Club, Golden Silver, Durban, South Africa, ABSA Premiership, Premier League, 3d golden emblem, creative 3d art, football
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Lioness stalking her prey (me) on the Serengeti

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There are so many budgeting apps to choose from these days. New money management and budgeting apps pop up every few weeks it seems, so weeding out the poorly built ones and focusing on the best budget apps can be tough. We’ve done the hard work for you by making a list of the best budgeting apps out there today.

https://thetechinside.com/5-budgeting-apps-for-ios-and-android/
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“In 1978, our telescopes had advanced enough to determine that it had a large satellite: the giant moon Charon. Through occultations of distant stars, we determined Pluto had an atmosphere that changed over time, growing larger near perihelion. 1994 saw the first optically-corrected pictures of the Pluto-Charon system by Hubble, the first image to resolve these worlds independently.”

On this date in 1930, the first world beyond Neptune in our Solar System was discovered. Now known as Pluto, our images and understanding of it have progressed dramatically through the years. It is one of nature’s most fascinating objects, and our ever-improving sights of the world are only eclipsed by the scientific knowledge we’ve continued to glean. It’s the largest object in all the Kuiper belt with five moons of its own, and it tells a story unique in all the Universe.

Come celebrate Pluto’s discovery with a retrospective of its greatest images, and our greatest science hits (so far) today!
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Moons could possess moons of their own. A newfound candidate to be a giant alien moon, Kepler-1625b-i, may even possess one or more submoons that once had surfaces habitable by life as we know it, a new study finds. That moon is located nearly 8,000 light-years from Earth.

https://9to5spot.com/hunting-for-mini-moons-exomoons-could-have-satellites-of-their-own/
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How to Respond to Negative Google My Business Reviews ? Here are Google’s tips for responding to negative reviews ...

#GoogleMyBusiness #GoogleBusinessReviews #GoogleLocalMaps #LocalListing #NegativeReviews #LocalSEO #Webmaster #GoogleTips
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The Latest #Google #SearchConsole Updates: What You Need to Know ~ Search Engine Journal:

#SEO #SEM #DigitalMarketing
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You can easily clean tarnished copper with Tamarind Juice and Salt. Copper vessel gets tarnished due to copper oxide layer formed on its surface.Copper oxide is basic in nature. Tamarind is acidic. Hence, when we rub tarnished copper vessel with tamarind, the basic copper oxider reacts with acid present in the tamarind to form a salt which is washed away with water.Hence,the vessel gets cleaned.
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Donald #Trump is winning little applause in #Europe. Literally. On Friday (Feb 15), world leaders and country representatives gathered for the annual Munich Security Conference in #Germany. The Vice President #MikePence gave a speech representing the #US - but things took an icy turn when he brought up Mr Trump. At this, there was a complete silence from the crowd. Mr Pence waits expectantly his head down for several painful seconds of silence, before he moves on. You might dismiss this as a simple gesture of listening politely.

But consider this stark contrast: German Chancellor #AngelaMerkel received a standing ovation after she gave a speech that repeatedly criticised US foreign policy. In the speech, before 30 heads of government and 90 ministers, Ms Merkel resisted Mr Pence’s calls to withdraw from the #Iran nuclear deal, and criticised the US decision to withdraw its troops from #Syria. At one point, Ms Merkel slammed the President’s 'frightening' move to declare European car imports (built by BMW in South Carolina) a 'threat to national security'.


#WorldEconomy #Economy #Geopolitics #Diplomacy #Politics #ForeignPolicy #InternationalRelations #ForeignRelations #EconomicRelations #EconomicCooperation #Trump #TrumpAdministration #JCPOA #EuropeanUnion
Donald Trump won little applause during #MunichSecurityConference — and Ivanka wasn’t too pleased
https://www.news.com.au/finance/work/leaders/donald-trump-wins-little-applause-during-munich-security-conference/news-story/35f7d940cbae36a9e7861c87b3f70571
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Hubble telescope is not the world’s first space telescope but this one is the most versatile and one of the largest telescopes launched in the low Earth orbit. It has been operational in the low Earth orbit since 1990.

With the help of this telescope researchers not only get amazing pictures of the cosmos but also understand the universe for the vital astronomy research. Here we enlist five most amazing Hubble telescope discoveries in the past 25 years.

https://mirrorcrunch.com/5-amazing-discoveries-using-the-hubble-telescope-in-the-past-25-years/
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What flowers looked like 100 million years ago | #Geology #GeologyPage

Flowering plants with at least 300,000 species are by far the most diverse group of plants on Earth. They include almost all the species used by people for food, medicine, and many other purposes.

Read more : http://www.geologypage.com/2017/08/flowers-looked-like-100-million-years-ago.html
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The Daily Galaxy --Great Discoveries Channel: “The Milky Way Base” –China Names First Human-Technology Landing Site on Moon’s Far Side.
https://dailygalaxy.com/2019/02/the-milky-way-base-china-names-first-human-technology-landing-site-on-moons-far-side/

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Fast radio bursts are an unsolved mystery in physics.
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