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Hammock suspended over Liquid blue waters....Where are thou?
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someone come get my sister out of this hammock! Chrissy, nap time is over, we must explore!
two of my favorite things: hammocks and the ocean. heaven.
Put a hammock anywhere and it's my favorite place.
Lazy Summer Days... i want to lay on this hammock
just you and the sea hammock over the ocean
Light house taking a wave
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light house vs the storm
The Storm at the Lighthouse~ L ooking far out on the ocean I magine a ship sailing a G reat distance in order to get H ome. I imagine it has T raveled to many ports, it H as had a long voyage O f peace and calm... U ntil now! Below me are S trong winds and E xtreme seas - hazardous homecoming.
Lighthouse in high waves photos are so stunning. How can it hold up to the waves??
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Places to visit with cool lighthouses.
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1938. A wave from a hurricane strikes a seawall in New England. Over a four-day period, the 1938 storm nicknamed “The Long Island Express” dropped an average of 11 inches of rain over a 10,000-square-mile area. Flooding inflicted major damage through Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, and Vermont, 600 people died. Ten of those deaths were in New York City. (via Live Science)
1938 A wave from a hurricane strikes a seawall in New England. Over a four-day period, the 1938 storm nicknamed “The Long Island Express” dropped an average of 11 inches of rain over a 10,000-square-mile area. Flooding inflicted major damage through Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, and Vermont, causing more than $300 million in losses. In all, 600 people died. Ten of those deaths were in New York City. (via Live Science)
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1938. A wave from a hurricane strikes a seawall in New England. Over a 4-day period, the 1938 storm, nicknamed “The Long Island Express,” dropped an average of 11 inches of rain over a 10,000-square-mile area. Flooding inflicted major damage through Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New York, and Vermont, causing more than $ 300 million in losses. In all, 600 people died. Ten of those deaths were in New York City. (via Live Science)
Waves striking seawall in a New England storm, 1938. Photo by National Weather Service.
Waves striking seawall give appearance of geysers erupting. Photo was taken in 1938 off of the New England coast during the approach of an intense hurricane. Credit: Image Courtesy of NOAA Photo Library
Officials survey the damage to route 12 on Hatteras Island, NC., Sunday, Aug. 28, 2011. Hurricane Irene swept through the area Saturday cutting the roadway in five locations. Irene caused more than 4.5 million homes and businesses along the East Coast to reportedly lose power over the weekend. #news #irene
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Poor Outer Banks
Damage by Hurricane Irene to highway 12 of Hatteras Island in North Carolina, USA. Photo by Steve Helber
Rodanthe, NC after hurricane Irene. Where the Nights in Rodanthe house used to be (it was moved not knocked down). Mother Nature won't be denied.
Hurricane Irene: One year later
Damage Hurricane Katrina Editorial & Stock Image Archives Featured - America's Greatest Heartbreak Two 300 ft fishing boats lie on the bridge spanning Highway 23 in Empire, Louisiana.
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What remained of this floating casino after Hurricane Katrina.
Even after all this time, looking back at the damage caused by Hurricane Katrina still stirs emotions
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Great Idea, Language Art, Morning Work, Inferences, Writing Prompts, Geographic Photo, Students View, Science Notebooks, National Geographic Pictures
Science Notebooking... Use National Geographics Picture of the Day - Students view different photo each day and make 5 observations, 5 inferences, and 5 predictions.
Science Journals - Great for beginning of the year Students view different photo each day and make 5 observations, 5 inferences, and 5 predictions. LOVE this idea!! Could be good even in language arts!
Morning work: Students view different photo each day and make 5 observations, 5 inferences, and 5 predictions. LOVE this idea!!
Students view different photo each day (blogger used National Geographic Photo of the Day) and make 5 observations, 5 inferences, and 5 predictions. Great idea to drive home the difference between those three key inquiry vocabulary terms.
Use National Geographics Picture of the Day - Students view different photo each day and make 5 observations, 5 inferences, and 5 predictions. Good photo for a writing prompt.
Hurricane Hugo damage
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Hurricane Hugo damage to the Ben Sawyer Bridge to/from Sullivans Island and Charleston, SC
Florida, Hurricane Winds, 1973
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Hurricane force winds
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*NEW daily blog* Holding your centre during a drama storm! By Lee-Anne Peters http://leeannepeters.blogspot.com.au/2012/05/holding-your-centre-during-drama-storm.html
When the wind blows..
Windy weather in Croatia - I believe I can fly!
I go to the sea to breath & other stuff too.
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1954 | A passerby holds on to a tree for support as hurricane swept waves hammer the sea wall adjacent to the Belt Parkway near 72nd Street in Brooklyn. The New York area and the New Jersey coastline were battered by Hurricane Carol as heavy rains and fierce winds disrupted power lines, felled trees and tangled air and highway traffic.
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August 30, 1954: Hurricane Carol (1st major named storm) hits New England, 70 die Photo: A man holds onto a tree by the seashore against severe winds during Hurricane Carols assault on the Northeastern seaboard, Brooklyn, New York. Hulton Archive/Getty
Hurricane Sandy - October 29th, 2012
31 Aug 1954, Brooklyn, New York, New York, USA — A passerby holds on to a tree for support as hurricane swept waves hammer the sea wall adjacent to the Belt Parkway near 72nd Street in Brooklyn. The New York area and the New Jersey coastline were battered by Hurricane Carol .
"'Littoral Women' lit·to·ral [lit-er-uhl] adj.: Pertaining to the seashore. Mennonite girls brave Hurricane Bill’s monster waves in Rehoboth Beach, DE."
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Great picture submitted on PureWow.com for photography contest. My pick for the best picture >> "'Littoral Women' lit·to·ral [lit-er-uhl] adj.: Pertaining to the seashore. Mennonite girls brave Hurricane Bill’s monster waves in Rehoboth Beach, DE." Submitted by Kevin S.
Hurricane waves - Bing Images
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Image detail for -... July 28, 2012 at 1024 × 768 in TOP 60 Amazing Nature Pictures
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"Ocean Storm" - Turbulent Topoi
The Spray Of The Top Of The Waves!
Hurricane Waves, Cuba
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hurricane waves in Havana
Hurricane Katrina skirts Cuba on 8.26.05, sending the Caribbean Sea surging over Havana's Malecón. Children take advantage of the swells to escape the summer's oppressive heat. Weeks later, Hurricane Rita hit the island head-on, leaving old Havana underwater.
Huge waves break over the lighthouse at Porthcawl seafront in South Wales
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huge wave south wales | Huge waves break over the lighthouse at Porthcawl ... | hurricanes
Waves hit Navarre Pier hard during Hurricane Ivan's approach: Navarre Beach, Florida by State Library and Archives of Florida, via Flickr
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Hurricane Sandy has shown us that climate change is here and it will affect our election via Green-4-u.com
I lived 2 blocks from this pier when it hit. Ivan: Waves hit Navarre Pier at Navarre Beach, Florida, during Hurricane Ivan's approach in 2004
florida storms | After the storm: Black and white images capture the destruction left ...
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One day I hope Jim Cantore will call me to go on location with him to cover a hurricane.
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Prepare for extreme weather #emergency #safety
Mankind faces misery and suffering through natural disasters such as earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, volcanic eruptions, avalanches, floods, etc. People of faith believe that these are a consequence of God's wrath or anger at humans who committed sins. Sometimes this type of reasoning is not valid because many times innocent and pious people also get killed or suffer. Only God (Allah) knows the true reason.
Mother Nature goes wild! Hurricane.
Hurricane Storm Surge - 1957 Hurricane Audrey flooded southwest Louisiana, killing about 400 people - 1965 Hurricane Betsy flooded large areas of New Orleans, drowning around 40 people - 1979 Mid-Atlantic flooding caused by Hurricane David - 2005 New Orleans, Louisiana, was flooded due to the failure of several levees during Hurricane Katrina. 1,076 people died - 2001 Houston, Texas, floods from Tropical Storm Allison killed over 30 people.
In 2005, we took a trip to Cancun Mexico, just in time to be evacuated for Hurricane Wilma. Spent the week sheltered, rationing food, had no electricity or water. Winds were 140 miles an hour. Surprisingly warm, but scary how strong the wind was.
TigerChef Helps Businesses Rebuild Commercial Kitchens Damaged By Hurricane #Sandy Tigerchef Is Offering Near Wholesale Prices On Kitchen Equipment To Businesses Damaged In The Storm. http://news.yahoo.com/tigerchef-helps-businesses-rebuild-commercial-kitchens-damaged-hurricane-154638279.html
Strong waves batter Folly Beach Pier in South Carolina as Tropical Storm Beryl brushes past the coast on Sunday, May 27, 2012. The storm caused local beaches to restrict Swimming due to strong currents and rip tides. Power outages were reported as well.