Named after the Hawaiian word for “spewing,” the mythical home of the volcanic goddess Pele rises 4,190 feet from the southeastern part of the Big Island. One of the world’s most active and perilous volcanoes, Kilauea has been erupting for more than three decades, fitfully coughing basaltic lava into the Pacific Ocean below. You can easily spot the billowing plumes of scorching gas in the daytime. But if you can, visit after sunset, when the lava flows glow more visibly, creating a beautifully infernal light show.
Approximately 1,200 miles off the southeast coast of Africa lies an island nation known as Mauritius that gives off the illusion of an underwater waterfall at the southwestern tip of the island. The visually deceiving impression, created in the water due to the runoff of sand and silt deposits, is especially effective and breathtaking in aerial shots. In fact, the illusion can even be seen on Google Maps.
Mashaa Allah :)
Whoa, this is the best photo set I’ve seen thus far about the snow in Egypt. These shots are AWE-SOME! Especially that last one of the sphinx!
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"Five Hundred Miles"- Justin Timberlake, Carey Mulligan & Stark Sands
My dear friends. I’m not quite sure how something as beautiful and unexpected as this soundtrack has slipped below my music radar. I never would have guessed that Mr. J.T. himself could throw himself into the bohemian folk era so effortlessly.
This movie, directed by The Coen Brothers (same fellas as O’ Brother, Where Art Thou, Big Lebowski, No Country for Old Men, True Grit, etc.), is sure to be a win. Dig in deep, brothers and sisters! It’s a good day for discovering some new tunes.