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This Man Will Show You More In 1 Minute Than You’ll See In a Lifetime. Seriously.

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16 Of The Most Bizarre Beaches In The World 53 Flares Twitter 35 Facebook 0 Google+ 7 Pin It Share 11 Email -- 53 Flares × There are an infinite number of beaches around the world, everyone wants to find out what the best beaches are. This time we’ve put together a list of 16 of the most bizarre beaches around the world. From the glass beaches in California to bizarre green beaches in French Guiana.. Enjoy our list of not so average beaches.. 1 | Unique Glass Beach in California Advertisement Image credits: digggs | Glass Beach is a beach in MacKerricher State Park near Fort Bragg, California that is abundant in sea glass created from years of dumping garbage into an area of coastline near the northern part of the town. 2 | Hidden beach in Marieta, Mexico Image credits:, Miguel Naranjo | World’s most idyllic bomb site: Hidden beach created by giant blast from Mexican government during target practice is now a stunning strip of sand. 3 | Maldives Beach That Looks Like Starry Night Sky 5 | Pink Sand Beach, Bahamas

Creative Writing Prompts Many creative writers use prompts to generate new material. Prompts can be challenges -- for example, write a story using only one syllable words or craft an alphabet story where the first sentence begins with the letter A, the next sentence B, and so on -- or themes provided by journals, or a poem to which an writer can respond. For example, the Sun lists prompts and deadlines every issue. To see responses, check out "Readers Write." For a list of up-to-date journal prompts, deadlines, and contest information, see the Writing Program's bulletin board in Jensen on the second floor. Creative Writing Exercises Compiled by Catherine Reid Creative writing exercises, like any kind of warm-up routine before playing a sport or a musical instrument, help loosen up your imagination while honing your writing muscles. Though the exercises are more fun done with two or more people, each can be done alone. The prompts: 3) Create a story using words of one-syllable only, beginning with a phrase such as:

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The Top 50 Cities to See in Your Lifetime | minube Buena Vista Images via Getty Images With our ever-expanding bucket lists, it’s sometimes easy to lose sight of the essentials. Well, we’ve gone to the community of travelers at with a simple goal: find the greatest destinations on Earth. From the great ancient capitals to the modern cities of Asia, the Americas, and beyond, here are the 50 cities you must see during your lifetime. 1.) Venice, Italy - How could we not include Venice? Click here for more photos of Venice 2.) Click here for more photos of Seville 3.) Click here for more photos of New York City 4.) Click here for more photos of Lhasa 5.) Click here for more photos of Rio de Janeiro 6.) Click here for more photos of London 7.) Click here for more photos of Marrakech 8.) Click here for more photos of Petra 9.) Click here for more photos of Rome 10.) Click here for more photos of Varanasi 11.) Click here for more photos of Florence 12.) Click here for more photos of Havana 13.) Click here for more photos of Kyoto 14.) 15.) 16.)

Writing Prompts 101 By Simon Kewin Even if you are not a professional writer you probably already heard about writing prompts. They represent a very effective tool for any writing project, so it’s a good idea to know how to use them. What Is A Writing Prompt? If you’re a fiction writer, you may want to consider using writing prompts to kick-start your creativity. You may just come up with rough, disjointed notes or you may end up with something more polished and complete, a scene or even a complete story. Here are four good reasons for writing to prompts : Sometimes it’s hard to start writing when faced with a blank page. Examples of Writing Prompts The following are twenty writing prompts that you could use to spark your imagination. It was the first snowfall of the year. Where To Find Writing Prompts Online The internet is a wonderful source of writing prompts. There are also numerous blogs that offer a regular writing prompt to inspire you and where you can, if you wish, post what you’ve written.

Main Page - Academic Kids 32 Spectacular Places Of Worship From Every Continent Built around 1180, this is Norway's oldest timber building and one of the most well-known of their beautiful, wooden Stave Churches. This Buddhist sacred site hangs from a cliff about 3000 feet up and is also known as the Tiger’s Nest. This Gothic cathedral is located on the main square of Milan and is the second largest Catholic cathedral in the world. It took over 500 years to "complete" the construction, but some uncarved blocks still remain to be turned into sculpture. This church is located on one of the only islands in all of Slovenia. The 170-foot-tall bell tower holds a total of 17 bells, the largest of which weighs 12 tons. It isn't called grand for nothing. This is one of the few remaining Baroque churches in the country and was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1993. Everyone knows the St. Know as the Blue Church for obvious reasons, pretty much everything is blue from pews to the roof. The church is situated on a steep hill and has a wonderful view of Kiev.

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