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The Winding Path, a photo from Zuid Holland, South Critiques | Translate v_vicky Hello Pepijn, it seems like a path from a fairytale!! I like the colours and the atmosphere. Bravo! My regards Vicky foibles3 This is a classic shot. divail Bonsoir Pepijn, C'est un sentier qui dégage une atmosphère de mystère. tendzin (0) 2009-09-01 13:29 Well, yes, nice image but... has nobody noticed how all the leaves have *exactly* the same shade of green? These clues all point to this being a hand-tinted black-and-white photo. Excellent tinting on the trees, though. ambivalens lovely photo:) TFS fatma Pilote26 (154) 2012-01-31 11:25 Bonsoir Pepijn, Agréable photo, le chemin beau et le cadrage sympathique. chintudutta (32) 2012-02-28 1:29 Hello Agnostic wonderful composition specially the contrast between shrub and the path.lovely texture and curve.good work. blueaquan I wouldn't be surprised if a shining Knight on a steed would suddenly appear there! The Trees on the right doesn't seem to be in focus and is straining my eyes. Cheers, Blue drt100 David ManishaJain

RED WINES There are literally thousands of red wines from around the world, from Alaska to Argentina, from California to China, and everywhere in between. Instead of giving you the world view, here are 4 of the most popular grapes and regions. Merlot Tastes change over the years, what the public liked 10 years ago with respect to wine, is completely different than it is today. 10 years ago, it was the great surge of Pinot Noir and the bashing of Merlot thanks to the now famous movie Sideways. Everyone forgot about the great French classic, Merlot, and moved to another great French classic, Pinot Noir, but we did it all because of California grape tours on the big screen. Pinot Noir Pinot Noir on the other hand, is still wildly popular for those that want a lighter style red, with lesser tannins and still good fruit. Shiraz/Syrah I simply can’t discuss popular red grapes and not bring up Shiraz. Malbec Cabernet Sauvignon

The World's Biggest Cave National Geographic presents The World's Biggest Cave, a TV special that gives us a close-up look at Son Doong, a huge recently-discovered underground labyrinth in Vietnam. In 2009, a team of British cavers investigated a recently uncovered cave in a remote Vietnamese jungle. The Son Doong cave is enormous; can it be larger than the current world-record holder? The special airs Monday, December 20th at 10PM EST. A half-mile block of 40-story buildings could fit inside this lit stretch of Hang Son Doong, which may be the world's biggest subterranean passage. Like a castle on a knoll, a rock formation shines beneath a skylight in Hang Son Doong. Navigating an algae-skinned maze, expedition organizers Deb and Howard Limbert lead the way across a sculpted cavescape in Hang Son Doong. Son Trach, Bo Trach District, Vietnam. Hang Song Doong aka Mountain River Cave, Son Trach, Bo Trach District, Vietnam.

Mayan Calendar 2012 Doomsday Scenarios Debunked By NASA Scientist By: Natalie Wolchover Published: 03/09/2012 09:26 AM EST on Lifes Little Mysteries Scientists at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory have put out a new video to address false claims about the "Mayan apocalypse," a non-event that some people believe will bring the world to an end on Dec. 21. In the video, which was posted online Wednesday (Mar. 7), Don Yeomans, head of the Near-Earth Objects Program Office at NASA/JPL, explains away many of the most frequently cited doomsday scenarios. [See video] Addressing the belief that the calendar used by the ancient Mayan civilization comes to a sudden end in December 2012, and that this will coincide with a cataclysmic, world-ending event, Yeomans said: "Their calendar does not end on December 21, 2012; it's just the end of the cycle and the beginning of a new one. He added that there is zero possibility of a NASA cover-up. "Then we have planetary alignments," Yeomans said.

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Punchbowl falls on the Eagle Creek Trail Eagle Creek is a tributary of the Columbia River in Multnomah and Hood River counties in the U.S. state of Oregon. It cuts through a narrow canyon in its 3,200 feet (980 m) descent to the Columbia River Gorge and is known for its concentration of waterfalls. This is a description of all 13 falls. Eight major falls are on Eagle Creek and the East Fork Eagle Creek itself, while five are on its tributaries. The highest falls on Eagle Creek is Twister Falls, which is a unique cascade of 140 feet (43 m). The highest tributary waterfall is Wauna Falls, which is 150 feet (46 m) high with a tallest drop of 50 feet (15 m). Punch Bowl Falls is a 33 feet (10 m) punchbowl, hence the name, just upstream of Lower Punch Bowl Falls, and is an incredibly popular subject of photography.

15 Outstanding Sites to Find Awesome Fonts If you are a web designer chances are you are in love with fonts, one could even call the love you have for them an addiction. While it is true that many of you may need a font intervention we can guarantee you won’t get that here. See, we are what therapists might call an "enabler". With that said, we present to you the best sites on the Web to check out and download fonts…enjoy! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. dafont.com 7. urbanfonts 8. 9. 10. creamundo 11. 12. 1001 Free Fonts 13. 14. 15. There you go, hopefully you have an hour or 20 to check out all the great fonts on these sites.

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