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Weekly Photo Challenge: Force of Nature

The river was wild and untamed this afternoon dashing madly over rocks and advancing like a cavalry charge racing to the precipice and the final crevice which is about twenty metres wide, and is at right angles to the flow of the river which results in a dramatic water plunge and an atmosphere full of hanging mist and as we watched we were left in no doubt about the wonderful power of nature.

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Kristin Hannah’s Angel Falls

When Liam Campbell’s wife, Mikaela, suffers a traumatic brain injury and slips into a coma, he is unprepared for the grief and devastating loss to his family.  94 more words

Family

Spanning the Narrows in Venezuela

By Linda Tancs

Punctuated by the Angostura Bridge connecting it with the rest of Venezuela, Ciudad Bolívar is a historical city featuring houses, buildings and a cathedral dating to the colonial period.  92 more words

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Four by Nwshoegazing on Mixcloud

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Once again, for your pleasure, ten tasty slices of Shoegaze goodness—all released this year, plus a bonus track. 668 more words

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No.13 - See an awe-inspiring waterfall that takes your breath away - 2015 Travel Resolutions

2015 Travel Resolutions – See an awe-inspiring waterfall that takes your breath away. Not a little one, a gigantic one, like Niagara Falls, Angel Falls or my favourites Iguazu Falls and Victoria Falls… 14 more words

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Depth

My visit to the beautiful country of Venezuela turned out a be an incredibly memorable trip filled with muddy treks in the Amazon, stunning Margarita Island beaches and thrilling boat rides down the Orinoco Delta.   121 more words

Travel

Weekly Photo Challenge: Depth - A Waterfall in Iceland

“No waterfall in Europe can match Gullfoss.  In wildness and fury it outdoes the Niagra Falls in the United States”                                                                                      From the Travel Diary of two Danes in the retinue of Frederick VII of Denmark (1907). 102 more words

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