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27 sights that will remind you how incredible Earth is Temples are fine, but they're truly amazing when they tower out of a jungle cloaked in mist. Spotting a lion is great, but even greater are the millions of wildebeest trekking across the African plains on an annual migration. There are some things you can see around the world that have the potential to give you photo-showing rights for decades. Top 10 Alternatives to YouTube YouTube w/out a doubt is the most popular website for video on the internet. However, this site is cause for concern w/ school districts due to the inappropriateness of some of its content. For this reason YouTube is blocked in many school districts around the world (for safer ways to view YouTube videos click here). While there are paid solutions for bringing video to the classroom such as Discovery Education Streaming or Safari Montage there are a number of free websites that provide a nice alternative as well.

50 sites to find free stock images FreeFoto.com : Lots of images, orgnized in different galleries. Dexhaus : Good site with excellent photos.Kavewall : images and textures.Digital Dreamers : Different falleries.StockVault : Very well-known, and very good of course.FreePhotosBank : Good choice. FreeDigitalPhotos : Lots of photos.Cepolina : Many free images availables in different formats.TurboPhoto : Simple and efficient!

Mount Everest-Monte Everest -360 panorama view from summit - Climbing Mt Everest - Nepal Trekking-panoramic photo from top of Mont Everest It is from a book titled Everest: Reflections From the Top by Christine Gee & Garry Weare Acropole d'Athènes The Propylaia, famous already in antiquity for its brilliant coffered ceilings and the unique design of the monumental entrance to the sanctuary of Athena, was a work of the architect Mnesikles (437-432 B.C.). It consists of a central building with two six-columned Doric porticoes east and west and two Ionic colonnades in the interior, framed at the north and south by two wings with porches in the Doric order. The outbreak of the Peloponnesian War meant that the final work on the surfaces of the monument was never completed. The destruction of most of the superstructure of the central building during the years 1640-1830 , after the explosion of gunpowder that was stored in the monument by the Turks, has led to a gradual loss of authentic building material, so that until now no more than one fifth of it had been recognised.

30 Incredible Views Of Famous Cities From Above. The 2nd One Left Me Absolutely Speechless! From Paris, France to the rice fields of China, there is no view like a bird's view. These photos will change the way you see familiar places and make you wish you could fly above it all to take in these amazing sights firsthand! Share this with someone who can't get enough traveling in their life! 14 books educators should read Here are 14 books that I have read over the last two years that have had a positive effect and impact on me as an educator. Some of these books were read in the book club at Seckman High School, and some were read as part of my doctoral studies. Despite doing a lot more online reading of late (blogs, articles, etc...), I still feel that books play an important role in educator growth and development.

50 Images from National Geographic`s 2010 Photo Contest Writen by Bogdan / Comments Off on 50 Images from National Geographic`s 2010 Photo Contest This is one of the most anticipated annual photo contests. The deadline for the submissions is on November 30th so if you have an interesting photo, submit it. Below you can see 50 images collected from different categories. An Indian wrestler smears mud on his head before starting wrestling in Kolkata, India, March 30, 2010.

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