Wordless Wednesday : Reflecting on Reflections

Reflecting building

Reflecting building

 

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Wordless Wednesday : Old and New at Twilight

Frankfurt, Germany

Old and new, Frankfurt

Wordless Wednesday : Peter Pan Flying Over the Rooftops

Kinsale, Co Cortk

Rooftops of Kinsale

A Geyser in Nevada‏…

Amazing photos and video of a Geyser in Nevada.

Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog

Be sure to watch the video at the end.

In the early twentieth century, a farmer decided that he needed to improve the agriculture on his ranch in Nevada. He figured that a well needed to be dug to bring water and nutrients to the soil above.

He lived in a barren desert and the water stored deep beneath the Earth’s crust would have provided a more sustainable crop for this harsh and dry area. He knew that a well with ample water was needed to supply bountiful crops.

What he didn’t know was what was waiting for him deep below the soil. He began to dig a deep well when problems soon arose. After digging deep into the Earth searching for water, he found what he was looking for. The problem was that the water was incredibly hot. Over 200 degrees in fact, making it impossible to create a…

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Sky Watch Friday : Architectural Details in the Sky

London Buildings

London Buildings

The two London buildings, seen from the 34th floor of another building, are known as the Gherkin and the Cheesegrater, and are very different looking from the usual square skyscrapers, thanks to the imaginative architecture.

 

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Weekly Photo Challenge : Orange

Looking through my photos, it seems I have a lot of orange, from sunsets to flowers to buildings, and I have so many more wonderful photos with that little bit of orange that catches the eye, and brightens up the scene.

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Weekly Photo Challenge : Nighttime

Dubai is a city with higher, bigger, taller, different, more elaborate buildings than anywhere else I have been, and at night time there is so much to see when all the different skyscrapers and malls are lit up.  There is a great buzz with people everywhere enjoying the cooler evenings after the high temperature of the days.

In front of the Burj Khalifa is a large lake with ‘dancing’ fountains, which put on a magnificent display to music every evening, shooting jets of water and light high into the night sky.   You can see the fountains dancing here

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