February 25, 2011



We three kings, originally uploaded by mgsbird.

King Penguins at Saint Andrews Bay, South Georgia.

(Ernest Shackleton died on board ship off South Georgia in 1922, and is buried on the island.)

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February 24, 2011



Unicorn, originally uploaded by Origami Roman.

Origami unicorn! How awesome is that??

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February 23, 2011



Hollywood Starz Part 2, originally uploaded by Astig!!.

Los Angeles from the Griffith Park Observatory.

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February 17, 2011



Topaz Mill HDR, originally uploaded by Uncle Phooey.

Topaz Mill in Douglas County, Missouri. The current mill was built in 1896.

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February 16, 2011



Holi in India !, originally uploaded by Anoop Negi.

Piles of coloured powder in India.

For the celebrations of Holi, traditionally colours came from plants and spring-time tree blossoms – in urban areas, chemically produced industrial dyes have taken their place. (Says Wikipedia.)

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February 11, 2011



Someone’s got a New INON #1, originally uploaded by Fish.Eye.

Diving at the Daedalus Reef or Abu Kizan in the Red Sea. This reef is almost halfway between Egypt and Saudi Arabia. There is an island (450 metres long and 100 metres wide) with a lighthouse which is the only break on the horizon for many miles in any direction.

Find out more here.

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February 10, 2011



Castle on the Rocks, originally uploaded by Habub3.

Lichtenstein Castle in Germany – lichtenstein means “light (colored) stone.”

Wikipedia informs us that there has been a castle on the site since around 1200, though the current Neo-Gothic one dates from the 1840s. (Previous castles on the site were destroyed in the 1300s.)

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