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Desk day today. Plant for company.

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‘When all the world appears to be in a tumult, and nature itself is feeling the assault of climate change, the seasons retain their essential rhythm. Yes, fall gives us a premonition of winter, but then, winter, will be forced to relent, once again, to the new beginnings of soft greens, longer light, and the sweet air of spring.’ Madeleine M. Kunin 🌱 bloom bloommagazine inbloom gardeningmagazine optoutside natureinspiration naturemagazine nature getoutdoors plantlover alovefornaturesbest plantsarefriends botanicalbeauty planthunter thehappygardeninglife getoutside gardeninspiration natureforsoul aseasonalyear natureisbeautiful myalmanacmoment lookaroundyou springiscoming thatwinterspringthing springvibes springisintheair wisewords quoteoftheday thewildnesstonic simplenaturefinds

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We should all spend more time in natural environments because it helps us to get in touch with our inner feelings and our true selves. According to numerous studies, walking in nature improves our mental and physical health, helps reduce stress ,helps with depression, improves concentration and positivity. So let's all enhance our happiness and well-being through a simple walk in nature naturephotography naturelover walkinnature🌿 walkinnature landscapelove woods winterpicture snow❄️ beauty travelphotogram greeneyes outsideyoga gooutside precioustimemeditateoutside selflove lovewinter gratefulgirl perfectplace wellness wellbeing happinessiseverywhere lookaroundyou livemoremagic outofcitylife yogatrainer positivemindset naturalenvironments namaste torino :- r.tudor

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Happy Aloha Friday. The facade of the Aloha Theatre in Hanapepe is all that remains of this 1930’s cinema treasure. Posted with Aloha from Kaua’i 💜.

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In 1994 when I was 9 yo, my family moved to a village with no electricity as transmigran. Transmigration was part of the government's programs to control the over-populations in Java (especially Jakarta). This was a help for families in difficult situation. Each got about 100 m2 land & a small wood house (I will talk about this program more in another post). - Before moving there, my dad was a repair specialist for electronic devices. My mother was a taylor. Until now, I still don’t know why we moved to that countryside. - They soon became farmers. The soils around the house had been planted with corns, rice, potatoes & vegetables. Outside, left of the house, there's a dwell with source water & was a cement-floor around the dwell. It was our open bathroom (showered, dished, washed) & the soils around, had been planted kangkung, spinach, chilli, herbs. Behind the house, we had a few banana trees that produced different kind of banana’s (p. raja, p. emas, p. kepok). In front of the house were different kind of flowers. Casava were also planted around as a fence, to separate our ground from the neigbours. We had a few roosters and hen. From time to time we ate cockerels or pullets, especially when there was a birthday or when one of us just recovered from sickness. He then chose which chicken he wanted for his supper & he also got the leg (best part of the chicken, according to my mom). Sometimes, my dad hunted & brought wild pork. - In the evening after dinner, we would put rugs outside. My mother had prepared snacks with bananas & tea. We'd sit or lay down while my father told stories (Indonesian legends such as goldfish, waterfall si piso-piso, the origin of parapat). It was completely dark as no electricity, the sky was clear & full of bright stars & thousands fireflies flew around. The night was silent, only my father's & cricket's voice. I often fell in sleep, while holding the big tummy of my mother (when she was pregnant of my youngest brother) & listening my father story. - This exact moment was heaven for me. I'd love to blow this childhood memory in to bubble & live inside it, not forever, just sometimes, when I miss my fam, when I miss home 🏡

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I like how I’ve grown. From dragging people to get pictures with me to posing alone. From being afraid to step out alone to making sure my friends get home safely. From not praying at all to trying to wake up for Fajr. Its a process, everything takes time. I admit there are bad days but I like me and you should like you too

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Do you prefer bracelets with only one gemstone or do you like having different ones combined? This beauty has three amazing gems to offer and is available in my shop! BTW - if you order two products from my etsy you'll get 20% off your entire order!

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𝘛𝘩𝘦 𝘩𝘢𝘳𝘣𝘰𝘶𝘳 𝘵𝘶𝘨 I’ve photographed this boat a few times, here in the fog. I could be wrong but it seems like it’s 1960’s (?)and still going tugboat tugboats harbourview charlottetown princeedwardisland documentaryphotographer documentaryphoto photodocumentary photolovers thisview lookaroundyou foggyday foggy harbourlife ontheriver picturestory greyday monochromephoto bnwlovers bnwcaptures blackandwhitephotos beached blackandwhitelove blackandwhitelovers stillwinter frozenwater oldboat exploreyourcity

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This is our last day in Budapest and we’ll go around the city with some additional highlights Starting with the Heroes' Square: it’s known for its iconic statue featuring the seven chieftains of the Magyars (as a celebration to the foundation of the Hungarian state) and the Memorial Stone of Heroes (people say it’s the tomb of the unknown soldier but that is not accurate – there are no human remnants there). The memorial was built as a tribute to those who died defending Hungary’s thousand years old borders Stop in the middle of the square and look around. In one side is the Museum of Fine Arts, on the other the Hall of Art. Right behind the statues, you’ll see the City Park and a building that resembles a mansion. That, is the Vajdahunyad Castle, built as part of the millennial celebration of the Hungary foundation. The design was made in a way that it copies several landmarks from several parts of the, once, Kingdom of Hungary. So, you can expect a pot pourri of styles: Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque Once you are done with the visiting, head back to Heroes’ Square and stroll down Andrássy Ave. The boulevard, one of the most important in the city, has very relevant buildings on its way. The House of Terror, with exhibits related to the fascist and communist regimes and, on a brighter side, the Hungarian State Opera House End your evening with some paprika shopping and food tasting in the Great Market Hall or some royalty-worthy meal at Café New York. Then, hop on a boat for a night cruise in the Danube river: we assure you, the monuments are even more amazing at night AMBTinHungary alpacanow alpacamybagstravel visiteurope heyhungary wanderlusts budapest hungary hungarian seebudapest visitbudapest budapestmemories noteasterneurope centraleurope discoverhungary welovebudapest igbudapest lookaroundyou travellife europetravel europe_travel europeancity adventurediary shetravels borntoroam gettoknowearth globalwanderer travelholics lookaroundyou

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Rugged Bristol

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So much fun with my dear friends visiting Maui. Grateful we were able to get together. Can’t wait for you guys to return! ❤️❤️❤️ ichoosebeauty Day1947

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