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Violent winds swirl the dark, ominous thunderclouds overhead. The pounding waves crash onto the rocky shore and the roar of the Pacific Ocean makes its intention clear: thrash anything in its path.
With electricity in the air, I am oblivious to everything except the power coming my way as rain beats against my face, sucking me into the depths of the storm.
Ever since I was young, the powerful forces of storms, especially on the Oregon Coast, have held a rare type of electricity for me. Electricity that excites my soul and eliminates any trace of fear I may have.
Chasing the idea of becoming one with the storm. Not just to see the power unravel in front of me, but to physically feel this rare electricity.
The past three days I’ve experienced a different type of feeling.
Walking along the Tacloban city coastline watching the sunrise, I am beginning…
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i look at this place and think that i wish we stayed longer marvelling ourselves with it. endless little hills, there, for us. silence full of shades, and whites and rocks. reminding us that sky and earth are not that far apart. seas for clouds to go on a stroll. we were laughing hard. a big smile. crispy air bringing the sky into our faces, to your ears, to my nose. can look at that spot there, where the big hill splits in two, close the eyes and feel back there. mind swimming, like clouds do.
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FULL MOON AURORAS: Auroras are dancing around the Arctic Circle bright enough to see through the glare of the full Moon. The source of the display is a stream of solar wind that is pressing against Earth’s magnetic field. Anne Birgitte Fyhn sends this picture, taken last night at moonrise, from Tromsø, Norway:
the website has amazing pictures of northern lights, taken in tromso, Norway.
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tirar barretes, oculos e ceroulas do caixote. encontrar as calcas. alugar os skis para a saison. comprar o passe. esperar. ter paciencia. pedir todos os dias para que neve la em cima.