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Season 2 Episode 11 Sex, Birth, Death Reid: T. S. Eliot wrote, "Between the desire and the spasm, between the potency and the existence, between the essence and the descent, falls the shadow. This is the way the world ends."

The boulder slammed into the tower, shattering stone, wood, and metal. Rock exploded, dust clouding the air. And with a boom that echoed across the bay, the chain collapsed, taking out a chunk of the tower—taking out the spot where she’d last seen Sam.

Volcanos play an important part in They've shielded the Dwarves of Libra from the Empire for centuries and, even when the Lazarus Cause invade, the Mountain Spirit responds to its inhabitants' defence, to scolding consequences.

This blog is simply a collection of photos (some my own, some not), etc. that I find beautiful, amusing, poignant, or that I can relate to in some way. I have a soft spot for beautiful photos of Cape Breton (Nova Scotia, Canada) and Massachusetts (USA).

Designing, taking photos, travelling, dreaming. Illusory correlations. Dreaming.......eating, living... dancing. Wasting time, escaping.... Always dreaming! + Art, interior decor, architecture, music, and of course beautiful clothes. Cognitive bias!...

Seeing an active volcano up close. Well, not SO close that it feels like falling into Mount Doom in Mordor, and possibly not DURING an eruption (although you'll never truly know when it may happen),but close enough to see actual flowing lava, like this...

Tavurvur Volcano, Papua New Guinea. Tavurvur is an active stratovolcano that lies near Rabaul, on the island of New Britain, in Papua New Guinea. It is a sub-vent of the Rabaul caldera and lies on the eastern rim of the larger feature. Photo by tarotastic

Sleeping Pele (Pay-lay), a natural lava flow on Big Island, Hawaii. Look close and you can see her left eye as she sleeps. Pele is known as the goddess of fire and is said to live on the big island of Hawaii in the Kilauea crater. ASPEN CREEK TRAVEL -