A Picture's Worth A Thousand Words
Beautiful photography and art.
"Milarrochy Tree " , Milarrochy Bay, Loch Lomond, Scotland,
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Winona Ryder and Gary Oldman, Premiere Magazine 1992 *** Bellissima foto. Due grandi attori anche un po' sottovalutati, secondo me.
Winona & Keanu in New Movie
Absolutely Stunning! I am so happy grateful that the River of Life never stops flowing... It flows through me into lavish expression! My thoughts are directed exclusively towards abundance. Infinite riches are flowing to me easily and effortlessly. Extraordinary Abundance is all around me, I AM provided with abundance at any time and in every situation!! THANK YOU... Abundance Now and Always... AND SO IT IS!
Moon Over Sounion, Greece
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20 Perfectly Timed Breathtaking Pictures
“The mind is a superb instrument if used rightly. Used wrongly, however, it becomes very destructive. To put it more accurately, it is not so much that you use your mind wrongly — you usually don’t use it at all. It uses you. This is the disease. You believe that you are your mind. This is the delusion. The instrument has taken you over.” -Eckhart Tolle
The Dark Side of the Pyramid
Incredible night sky...
You’re bound to feel uncertain, unprepared, and unqualified. But let me assure you of this: what you have right now is enough. You can plan, delay, and revise all you want, but trust me, what you have now is enough to start. -- http://www.rebellesociety.com/2013/10/18/successful-people-start-before-theyre-ready/
star gazing on dock
I have this on my wall to remind me that everything in life is about perspective. Am I seeing things clearly? accurately? What am I missing? People have seen these trees and that sand dune for millennia - and never saw this amazing shot. Amazingly, these are REAL trees (Camel Thorn Trees) and a REAL background (Sand dune in the sun) in Namibia
This shot doesn't look so much like a Photoshop as it does a painting. It generated so much buzz that National Geographic actually had to track down photographer Frans Lanting in Africa to explain. Basically what you're seeing behind the trees isn't the sky, it's a sand dune (the white blotches are patches of white grass). The colors look off because the photo was taken at dawn, so the orange dune itself was bathed in light, while the foreground was still in shadow.