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She had horses who were the blue air of the sky

Photo by Aaron Huey. You can watch a TED talk by Huey

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Joy Harjo reading ‘She had some horses’ HERE

Honor the treaties…give back the Black Hills.

Review: Brave Like Me

Brave Like Me

Author: Barbara Kerley

National Geographic, 2016

Source: Received copy from National Geographic

Brave Like Me is a wonderful picture book for children whose families serve in the military. 231 more words

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Dream House

During the last ice age, Sweden was covered by a blanket of ice. When the land thawed, myriad streams, rivers, and lakes were left behind. In this image submitted by Your Shot member Tobias Hägg, a tiny island, seen from above, sits in one of Sweden’s nearly 100,000 lakes. 61 more words

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National Geographic Dream House

National Geographic Photo of the Day

During the last ice age, Sweden was covered by a blanket of ice. When the land thawed, myriad streams, rivers, and lakes were left behind. 75 more words

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National Geographic Educates People About Their World

Michael Anderson, who lives in Dallas, Texas, is a lifelong member of the National Geographic Society. As a history, culture, and outdoor enthusiast, Michael Anderson of Dallas supports National Geographic as it strives to explore and protect the globe. 182 more words

Michael Anderson

bits of inspiration - #37.

This is definitely the most beautiful website dedicated to bears. I highly recommend that everyone take some time to navigate around National Geographic’s “A Bear’s-Eye View of Yellowstone… 25 more words

Bits Of Inspiration

National Geographic’s Fearless Chef: Kiran Jethwa

All chefs are usually passionate about their work but some of them just stand out, they take their culinary skills & styles to great heights which are not achievable by others & leave the world in awe of them. 1,146 more words

Cheer The Chefs