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A photo by Michael Lynch of the Kennecott Copper’s Bingham Canyon Mine from a commercial aircraft in December with snow cover. The mine is the world’s largest man-made excavation. Located 28 miles southwest of Salt Lake City, the mine is 2 ¾-miles.

The Shahara Bridge  in Yemen. This engineering marvel spans a sheer 300 foot deep canyon. Built in the early 17th Century, this famous bridge has stood the test of time. From both sides of the bridge the mountains parted and revealed a glimpse of the enormous valley. The bridge must be crossed in order to access the mountain fortress town of Shahara and its beautiful terraced fields.

The Shahara Bridge in Yemen. This engineering marvel spans a sheer 300 foot deep canyon. Built in the early 17th Century, this famous bridge has stood the test of time. From both sides of the bridge the mountains parted and revealed a glimpse of the enormous valley. The bridge must be crossed in order to access the mountain fortress town of Shahara and its beautiful terraced fields.

Wow!! Stone stairway from the 13th century. The stairway is part of a rock castle in the “Elbsandsteingebirge” mountains in Sachsen, Germany

Wow!! Stone stairway from the 13th century. The stairway is part of a rock castle in the “Elbsandsteingebirge” mountains in Sachsen, Germany

Solitude é o isolamento ou reclusão voluntário, quando o indivíduo busca estar em paz consigo mesmo. Em alguns casos, o indivíduo escolhe isso pelas experiências que lhe foram desagradáveis em algum tempo atrás. Sendo então a solitude uma maneira de evitar que o mesmo incidente ocorra novamente.

Solitude é o isolamento ou reclusão voluntário, quando o indivíduo busca estar em paz consigo mesmo. Em alguns casos, o indivíduo escolhe isso pelas experiências que lhe foram desagradáveis em algum tempo atrás. Sendo então a solitude uma maneira de evitar que o mesmo incidente ocorra novamente.

April 1975  "The company's [Kennecott Copper] mineral bull's-eye in the Oquirrh Mountains stretches two and a half miles wide and more than half a mile deep - the nation's largest open-pit copper mine, and its most productive."  From article "Utah's Shining Oasis" by Charles McCarry, photo by James L. Amos

April 1975 "The company's [Kennecott Copper] mineral bull's-eye in the Oquirrh Mountains stretches two and a half miles wide and more than half a mile deep - the nation's largest open-pit copper mine, and its most productive." From article "Utah's Shining Oasis" by Charles McCarry, photo by James L. Amos

Open Pit Copper Mine, Butte, Montana by Piedmont Fossil, via Flickr

Open Pit Copper Mine, Butte, Montana by Piedmont Fossil, via Flickr

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