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    Water splashes creating a Magnificent view to look at higher and higher it climbs to show off it 's awesome talents.

    Waves swirl together in the sun. The ocean, like a crystal.

    ➰ She was born out of ocean breath. I reminded her: stop pouring so much of yourself into hearts that have no room for themselves. Do not thin yourself. Be vast. You do not bring the ocean to the river ~ Tapiwa Mugabe


    Sound Of Silence | Thin places are what might be called the 'numinous' in landscape. They are places that feel as if they are filled with a presence of divinity or where one might encounter the divine. These "thin places" are often found on the something; a mountaintop, where the earth meets the sky or the shoreline where the land meets the ocean..

    playa hermosa, costa rica. hairstylist❤️Studió Parrucchieri Lory (Join us on our Facebook Page) Via Cinzano 10, Torino, Italy.

    Wave by Ewen Charlton....Wonderful!

    black sand beach

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    beautiful contrast & composition, making a wonderful abstract.

    Hidden in Fog by Long Bach


    "Forward by Paulo Abrante" #landscape #photo #photography #bw #black #blackwhite

    b&w photography

    gundega dege| Past: Witnessing this photo took me way way back. To the times when me and my friends used to run all around the neighborhood racing and seeing what we discover, going through different yards and streets. It was so exciting and we always seem to lose track of time especially with all of us hanging out doing this. The qualities that we gained from this activity of play was voluntary, inherent attraction, diminished consciousness of self, and continuation desire. The play personalities that we inherent was kinesthete, explorer, and competitor.

    Black + white ocean wave. Repinned from Vital Outburst clothing

    Nero , mountain , fog , dark , black , photography

    Eaglehawk Neck (Tasmania, Australia) Many of my family lived on Bruny Island. Everywhere you look in Tasmania there is a "view" just awesome.