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  • arif-hussains-world
    06.12.2021 - 1 hour ago

    Watch "Best Workout tips for Beginners" on YouTube

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  • profoundbiscuitbonklamp
    06.12.2021 - 2 hours ago

    A sea of clouds from Appenzell, Switzerland.

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  • auraquartzcrystal
    06.12.2021 - 3 hours ago

    Created through millennia in the hearth of Earth, absorbing energies and messages along with those sent by the Sun, Moon and oceans, natural crystals and gemstones hold power and emit those energies, helping raise your personal vibration and enhancing your psychic and intuitive powers.

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  • sushilsrivastava
    06.12.2021 - 7 hours ago

    Allah/God is Kabir

    Quran, Surah Al Furqan 25:58,

    Kabir Allah (God Kabir) is worthy of being worshipped.

    - Baakhabar Sant Rampal Ji Maharaj

    Quran proves Allah is none other than God Kabir. He is eternal in reality.

    #christchurch #newzealand #nz #auckland #christchurchnz #wellington #bournemouth #dorset #poole #chch #christian #christ #educational #jobs #business #SaintRampalJiMaharaj #KabirIsGod

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  • shadeofrebelmoon
    06.12.2021 - 8 hours ago

    Sunset Fish River Canyon,

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  • shadeofrebelmoon
    06.12.2021 - 8 hours ago

    Fish River Canyon, Namibia

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  • baby-back-ribs
    06.12.2021 - 9 hours ago

    the “tweet like pokémon were real” tweet is doing so much for the funnyguy economy right now

    #getting a new one every half an hour or so #honestly all bangers #i am enjoy #not on twitter though so it’s all ok #i think that’s why i am so chuffed #sort of so many creatures new mutations passing the demands of natural selection #all on my timelines #epic #the ditto ones mmm #crunchy #this could be us #if we all collectively just decided to delude ourselves that we lived in Pokémon world on all social media platforms #rendering them completely unusable #a girl can dream
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  • eelmeat
    06.12.2021 - 9 hours ago

    I really only care about orchids these days <3 im gonna join the islands orchid society and make friends with old orchid freaks <3

    #one of the foubders used to be my neighbour and im so so upset i didnt know before she left #orchids are my fav thing ever ive foubd ym calling in life so help me god and i will become certified orchid society member :) #ive been feelin a little imposter syndrome thoug! like are my orchids good enough 😳 #theure all super healthy and 2 are starting 2 flower again but there no special speices or rare types cos i havent had access 2 those yet #or the envornment 2 keep them! im hoping in making connections with the society theyll be able yo help me groe my collection :) and maybe #let me borrow some greenhouse space or something who knows!@ #i wish there was a pond society too though haha orchids and ponds and fish and eels my loves of life <3 #any other orchid heads out there? my collection is gettin outta hand cos i keep saving them from work when they go bad #and then i bring them back to good health and give them as gifts to strangers when they flower again #little orchid rescue operation goin on here lol #my dream is to make a vivarium with orchids growing naturally on tree banches and just stinking up the placs #ok i will dream of this tonight sleep tight mucg love much peace much happyness to you <3 #AUUGGHHGHH please research some of the tiby orchid speicies cos i was spewing info all over my coworkers today about dwarf orchid speices #and good lord if u arent excited about orchids look up different breeds and them growinf naturally and the smallest orchid varietties #OK #thats all ok i promise #anyobe wanna make a orchid comunnity with me and just discuss orchids forever ? anyone wanna make a grouo and discus orcvids and ponds and #fish and eels and epiphites and lavarocks and masks and welding and punk mentalities and little joys in the world?? #ok #whatever goodnight i dream and dream and dream ok #forreal this time ok much love kissa u softly <4 #<3
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  • dansnaturepictures
    05.12.2021 - 19 hours ago

    05/12/2021-Pig Bush in the New Forest: Thrushes and more on part two of a standout New Forest weekend of my year

    Before coming out today it was interesting to see Carrion Crow and two Magpies in the bare tree visible from my room the one that always looks good in autumn with yellow leaves and in blossom this morning. I had seen a Jackdaw picking berries off it in summer 2020 but never these cousins of it so this was interesting.

    We then came to my favourite place in the New Forest where seeing it with the bare branches on an overcast day it took me back to a moment earlier in the year if I had to chose my moment of the year here seeing Lesser Spotted Woodpecker, Tawny Owl and many more birds on an epic walk which I mentioned in my first week of 2021 highlights blogs posting over the last week. My only other walk here this year, my first of a few in 2021 in a purple carpet of heather to start my September week off with a bang with lots of wildlife seen, wasn’t bad either.

    I have said so often how Pig Bush is my favourite spot for birds, as well as generally, in the New Forest excluding dedicated nature reserves with so many species you can see here. As we walked through the initial bit of woods from the car park today even by it’s standards it was amazing. I saw a big Raven flying through the windy air by the car park, and loads of Redwings flying through the trees which was a delight. On the theme of my favourite colour red I saw a striking male Bullfinch in these trees which was special and Treecreeper a star bird of this woodland spot and a Grey Squirrel for a third day running for me were key components of a fast start too.

    Walking over the bridge over a lovely stream where on our first ever visit here on a fine sunny October day I took a photo of my Mum pointing to our dog Missy in the stream with her boots on which looked like she was dancing which we’ve recreated many times since including today on the way back, on the open heath I saw two of my favourite birds. A not unusual for these boggy parts Little Egret flying over was really nice, and a frequent flyer for this site a big Buzzard soaring was nice to see.

    In the woods we have seen the Lesser Spotted Woodpecker a few times a Coal Tit was a highlight. And today became a key moment on a pleasing run I find myself in for seeing Redwings as we saw so many of these scarlet tinged wonders. It was really powerful and satisfying to watch them fly through in numbers getting binocular views of these exceptional birds to see which I’ve probably had my best ever year for. By the initial clump of trees I thought I had seen a Fieldfare but couldn’t quite get a view of it to be sure. On the way back we saw it again and got enough on it between us to see it was. Another special bird it was my first of the Redwing’s cousin I‘ve seen this season which is always a crucial moment.

    It was really good to be out in this open landscape today, with the heath still a bit orange as it always looks in Octobers reminding me of that day this incredible journey with and connection to this place began eleven years ago for us, and that’s why I like to come to walk here in an October if we can to remind me of it. I felt really embraced being out on a cold and windy day. I took the first five and seventh and eighth pictures in this photoset of views here today. Rose hips and other berries especially near the stream which the second photo from today and a few mushrooms on trees and the ground and lichen again were lovely to see today too. I took the sixth picture in this photoset of mushroom and lichen on a tree. There were nice bits of autumnal and evergreen colour on the trees which I admired today. I took the ninth picture in this photoset of some still autumnal leaves.

    Wildlife Sightings Summary: Two of my favourite birds the Little Egret and Buzzard, Treecreeper, Bullfinch, Meadow Pipit well, Coal Tit, Robin, Blackbird, Song Thrush too I believe, Redwing, Fieldfare, Woodpigeon, Raven and Grey Squirrel.

    In a session of a few photos this afternoon at home as we got home early to watch football I took the tenth in this photoset of a Feral Pigeon in the back garden which I admired alongside Goldfinch, House Sparrow and Starlings feeding in the garden, I took some photos of nice sky scenes too. 

    I am glad we had a weekend with two New Forest trips at places within it or near I hold dear going to Blashford Lakes yesterday as the dedicated New Forest and bits of other of my old style wildlife/photography highlights blogs about the first half of my 2021 posted over the past week which when looking back on bits of them got me feeling really endeared to it. Two of my new style highlights posts on the latter part of my 2021 at least that post later this month are centred on or feature a lot around the New Forest. And also as last night we watched a wonderful documentary we recorded from the week on the Smithsonian Channel filmed last year about the New Forest which showed the splendour, character, beauty and many iconic species and scenes that we have been so lucky to see this year and others there so well in a wonderfully narrated and amazingly filmed show. So it made me proud to live near and visit a lot this national park.

    Yesterday I was on the verge of calling the day a key part of my month in the interest of pointing out some moments that may have made my new style highlights blogs had it happened before I stopped writing them at the end of November ahead of their December posting whilst it was such a brilliant day. I am thinking of trying to group together weekends (which I did a lot of in the new style highlights blogs actually) when I want to do it to try and prevent me saying it every Saturday and Sunday. So with today added as well, if nothing else for the reason of if this weekend happened a month earlier I would have definitely put it or both days separately into my new style posts on key New Forest moments from my August to November I had in my head this is a key weekend of my New Forest year. I hope you all had a nice weekend.

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  • matumatumatu
    05.12.2021 - 19 hours ago

    This has certainly been a race

    #if I SPEAK LOL #all the drama in the world and nature still heals ham ver bot
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  • chl0r0plast
    05.12.2021 - 23 hours ago

    Pics I took yesterday

    #bitches love natural rock formations #he is mesmerized by the beauty of the world
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  • rabbitcruiser
    05.12.2021 - 1 day ago

    World Soil Day

    One annual celebration people will be forgiven for not participating in (or even knowing about) is World Soil Day. Yes, soil—as in that sticky brown stuff that gets walked all over into prized cream carpets. Sadly, it is the ignorance about the importance of soil and the degree to which people take advantage of all that it offers that have led to a drastic reduction in its quality all over the world.

    These are precisely the problems World Soil Day aims to battle, as few things could be more important to humans, the inhabitants of Planet Earth, who could never hope to survive without the land.

    Soil is, without a doubt, one of the most significant parts of the ecosystem. Contributing to people’s food, water and energy and playing an important part in reducing the impact of climate change, soil is a vital part of life.

    For all of these reasons, it’s high time that World Soil Day became known to more people than just scientists concerned about the welfare of our planet. So it’s time to get ready to learn about and celebrate this important day!

    History of World Soil Day

    In 2002, the International Union of Soil Sciences (IUSS) made a resolution proposing that the 5th of December be World Soil Day. The idea for the day was to make it possible to celebrate the importance of soil as a critical component of the natural system and as a vital contributor to human well-being.

    Later, 2015 was also declared to be the International Year of Soils, in hopes of raising as much awareness as possible about the enormous role that soil plays in food security and, therefore, the very lifeline of humans. Unsurprisingly, so far it’s mostly been the global community of 60,000 or so soil scientists who have been the ones who are celebrating the day the most.

    The chances of rather ordinary people exchanging ‘Happy Soil Day’ cards in the near future remain minimal. But that doesn’t mean that people can’t learn to appreciate the important role soil plays in human lives (even if it is darn hard to scrub off the carpet when those nearest and dearest feline friends leave muddy footprints on their way to the kitchen!).

    Getting average people involved in becoming more aware of soil and taking part in its health is what this day is all about.

    How to Celebrate World Soil Day

    As it turns out, there are a number of things that average, regular people can do that can greatly help the soil they live off of to remain in good condition. It’s easy to get started with observing World Soil Day beginning with these ideas. Or for those who are super creative, they can come up with their own!

    Get Educated About Soil

    The best way to celebrate this day is to do exactly what scientists the world over so badly needs: to get educated. An enormous amount of damage is done to the planet every year–not due to ill will, but to ignorance. This is because many average people simply do not know enough about the earth to know when they are causing damage to it, sometimes damage that cannot be repaired.

    Consider these resources for getting further educated on the issues related to World Soil Day:

    Kiss the Ground (2020) This 90 minute documentary film featuring Woody Harrelson, Patricia Arquette and Tom Brady tells the important story of the soil being a viable solution to the world’s climate problems.

    Symphony of the Soil (2012) Filmed on four different continents, this documentary features farmers, scientists, and ranchers who draw from ancient knowledge to pay respect to the importance of the soil.

    The Biggest Little Farm (2018) Telling the story of one family’s attempt at farming, this documentary shows the way the little farm with depleted soil turned into a productive organic farm using regenerative agricultural practices.

    Laguna Blanca (2012) Revealing how a farm in Argentina went from a single-crop, low-producing industrial farm to a multi-faceted area capable of production as well as lush greenery that houses many different wildlife.

    Participate in a Soil-Friendly Activities

    One of the first fun ideas average people can participate in is to plant a rain garden. For those who may not know what a rain garden is, it’s a shallow depression in the yard or garden that rainwater can easily flow into. This helps reduce soil erosion and promotes healthier soil.

    Another important soil-friendly activity is composting. In order to stay rich in nutrients, soil needs access to fresh minerals which can come from dried leaves, dead plant parts, grass clippings and more. Keeping a compost heap in the backyard, filling it and turning it regularly not only improves the growing soil, but also reduces the amount of waste put into a landfill.

    Read Kids Books about Soil

    Got little family members, friends or school children who want to be educated on how important soil is to the lives of humans? Then try reading some different books with them about it! Here are a few to get started with:

    The Magical World of Soil Biodiversity, by a variety of authors (2021).

    You Wouldn’t Want to Live Without Dirt, by Ian Graham (2016).

    The Good Garden: How One Family Went from Hunger to Having Enough, by Katie Smith Milway (2010).

    What’s Sprouting in my Trash? A Book About Composing, by Esther Porter (2013).

    Landscape and Plan for Less Erosion

    It is a good idea to reduce to a minimum the amount of flat or paved surfaces on a property, such as driveways and patios. This is because the water flowing over these types of surfaces has a tendency to gain momentum which causes more erosion than it normally would once it reaches the soil.

    For those who absolutely must have that patio, they should consider having it built with paving stones so rainwater can flow directly downward into the soil instead. It’s a much healthier (and prettier!) way to get that walking path in the garden.

    Place a Rain Barrel  Casasola dam, 

    Another simple way to go about conserving soil (and in this case, water as well) is to have a rain barrel placed somewhere strategic where it can easily collect rainwater that is flowing off of the roof, which can then be used to water the grass and the plants.

    Whatever you decide to do, remember that even the smallest gestures can make a big difference to Mother Nature!

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  • samantabrzozowska
    05.12.2021 - 1 day ago

    "God created all with love”

    #me #my art blog #my artworks#my lifestyle#my photos#my thoughts#artist#model#lifestyle bloger#dreamer#hippie girl#flower child#summer soul#nature goddess#summerdreams #all is love #hippie world #child of paradise #return to neverland #fairytaleliving #fairy tale vibes #enchanted life#magical being #heaven on earth #god is love #god's children#childhood dreams #jesus loves the little children #spirituality of the eternal child of paradise
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  • randomtimes-com
    05.12.2021 - 1 day ago

    Sheldon Chalet: the world’s most remote hotel (that will cost you $35,000)

    Sheldon Chalet: the world’s most remote hotel (that will cost you $35,000)

    Perched on the ridge of the Don Sheldon Amphitheater of Denali’s stunning Ruth Glacier, Alaska, and reachable only by air, is Sheldon Chalet, know as the world’s most remote hotel. Denali National Park stretches six million acres and is a shelter for grizzly bears, caribou, moose, wolves and other wildlife. However, If it is one of the most beautiful places you can visit in the United States, it…

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  • gjhoe
    05.12.2021 - 1 day ago

    Mallorca Natural, illes Balears. . . . #nature #naturaleza #natura #green #life #sustainability #outdor #eco #bio #naturephotografy #biology #photo #people #mundo #world #vintage #old #real #naturephotografy #natural #photographer #photos #photoday #fotografia #skyline #streetphotografy #sky #photografe #picture #photography #mallorca (en Porto Cristo Novo) https://www.instagram.com/vivir_en_mallorca/p/CXGEuAzjA2K/?utm_medium=tumblr

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  • nylanelleamberpine
    05.12.2021 - 1 day ago

    Nature blogs are so wonderful

    I spent time on Tumblr between 2013-2016. Aside from the varying fandoms I followed, I loved following nature photography blogs. The photos were incredibly beautiful and soothing to look at. Recently someone told me that I'm from "old Tumblr" which I found fascinating to think about. Regardless, as of right now I follow some World of Warcraft/Night elf blogs, in addition to nature photography blogs. I'm quite pleased at the overlap, since not only does it fulfill a character/RP itch, but it's still just as beautiful to look at as before.

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